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Communication Research Methods  

This guide will assist graduate and undergraduate students in the Communication program.
Last Updated: Aug 1, 2013 URL: Print Guide RSS Updates

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Welcome to the Pacific Library! This guide and the online tutorial are designed to lead you to useful books and articles for the study of Communication. If you have questions, don't hesitate to find me or ask a Reference Librarian for help!


Got Research? Smart Tigers "POUNCE" on it!

Use Pounce to get connected to library materials, such as books, ebooks, videos, journals, research articles, and more. Make sure to limit your search by source type (book, academic journal, etc.), year, and more to make sure you're getting the best results.

Don't forget to save your sources by printing them, emailing them to yourself, or capturing the citations in a word document.


Useful Online Reference Books

Here are a few excellent encyclopedias to get you research ideas and background information:

Credo Reference: a collection of excellent scholarly encyclopedias

Gale Virtual Reference: briefer, more varied essays

Sage E-Reference: hundreds of online encyclopedias

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