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About This Guide
This guides provides suggestions for researching topics on the relationship between business, government and society. Emphasis is on idenityfing amd distinguishing both popular and scholarly resources.
Information on citation style from Cornell's Legal Information Institute. The is adapted from the "Bluebook" or the Uniform System oif Citation. The Bluebook : a uniform system of citation can be found in the Reference Collection, Call number is REF KF245 .B853 2005
Brief guides to APA, MLA and Turabian are available on the Library webpage
Congressional Quarterly Library
In addition to the Congressional Quarterly database, the Cheng Library subscribes to a series called "opposing viewpoints". This series is not online but covers a variety of current issues such as
- Government spending - call number HJ7537 .G686 2013
- US Deficist - call number HJ2051 .U7 2013
- Inflation - call number HG229 .I444894 2013
- Free Trade - call number HF1713 .F73534 2013
This online service includes CQ Researcher, a series of reports on policy issues confronting the U.S. and CQ Weekly, a weekly update on the U.S. Congress. The reports in CQ Researcher include an overview of the issue and a discussion of alternative perspecitves. A bibliography of additional sources is often included.