Gender and Crime
You may find these books about doing library research useful:
- The elements of library research : what every student needs to know
REF Z710 .G44 2008
- Library Use: Handbook for Psychology
REF BF 76.8 .R32 2003
Do you have enough background to start a library search?
Reference resources such as encyclopedias and dictionaries can give you enough general background that, when you searching for sources, you will be able to analyze the source and decide where it fits into the scope of your topic.
Reference resources can also give you good search terms to use -- in the way that they are used in the discipline.
Take the time to do the preliminary work before you start searching in earnest, and if you get stuck, come back the these materials to clarify your concepts.
Suggested Reference Resources
- Battleground Criminal Justice
Floor 2 REF HV7411 .B38 2007 [2v.]
- Encyclopedia of Crime & Justice
- Encyclopedia of Gender and Society
- Encyclopedia of Human Behavior
Floor 5 BF31 .E5 [4v.]
- Encyclopedia of Psychology
Floor 2 REF BF31 .E525 [8v.; also online: v.1 Aborti-Bystan; v.2 Calkin-Determ; v.3 Develo-Gooden;
v.4 Govern-Learne; v.5 Learni-Opposi; v.6 Optimi-Rapapo; v.7 Rape-System; v.8 Table-Zubin; Index]
- Encyclopedia of Women and Gender
Floor 2 REF HQ1115 .E55 2001 [2v.]
- International Encyclopedia of the Social and Behavioral Sciences
- The multimedia encyclopedia of women in today's world