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PBHL3130: Violence as a Public Health Issue: Welcome

This course uses a public health framework to examine violent behaviors and their effects.

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Need help searching?  Having trouble locating research articles or statistics?  Want a quick refresher or overview about the Library's resources and services?  Library staff members are here to help you!

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Search the Cheng Library online catalog for books, e-books, and media. If you need journal articles, go to our databases page.


Welcome to the Cheng Library!

This research guide highlights resources and services available through the Cheng Library for students studying the public health aspects of violence.  These resources will be valuable as you search for information, statistics, and scholarly research about violent behaviors and their effects within a public health framework for yourreflection pieces, assignments, quizzes, and projects.  

- Use the Recommended Videos tab to locate Cheng Library DVDs and streaming videos required for your assignments.

- Use the Recommended Websites tab to locate links to websites, data and statistics, tools and other information required for your assignments.  

- Use the Recommended eBooks tab to link to the full text of electronic books in the Cheng Library collections.  These ebooks represent a selection of available ebooks on topics such as bullies, intimate partner violence, gangs.  Feel free to search the Library's catalog for even more content!

- Use the Topics in Violence tab to find links to additonal online information (websites, statistics, prevention & intervention) related to Family Violence, Workplace Violence, and Youth Violence.

Your Librarian

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Tony Joachim
Reference Librarian
David & Lorraine Cheng Library
300 Pompton Road
Wayne, NJ 07470