Criminal justice resources, including Federal, State, and local government reports; books; research reports; journal articles; and unpublished research. Contains reports on other countries. Use it to find out what is available, then check to see if Chatham has it.
EBSCO Search Tips
Starting Your Search
Advanced Search: Use this option for more search boxes and limit options
With the historical databases, you can specify the Historical Period you are interested in within the search options (scroll down on the search screen to see it). E.g., 1900-1999.
Search multiple EBSCO databases at the same time using the Choose Databases link above the search box.
If you are having trouble finding information, check the Also search within the full text of the articles box on the initial search screen.
Modifying Your Search
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Other Useful Tips
Finding More Keywords: Once you find a great article, click on the title to get more information and check out the “Subjects Terms” for other keywords to use in your search.
Create Citations by clicking on the name of the article and then on “Cite” on the right side of the screen. These are rarely perfect, so you will have to make changes!
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