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CJUS 4700: Research Methods in Criminal Justice: Introduction

Overview on how to find research articles in criminal justice. Tips on databases and basic search techniques and using APA citation style

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Introduction

Welcome to the course guide for CJUS 4700: Research Methods in Criminal Justice. Here you will find resources to help you complete your course assignments. If you have questions or need help, please contact the Criminal Justice librarian.

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