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Browsing the Shelf
Going to the shelf and browsing can be an effective way to find a topic. Items shelved at 364.1-364.168 deal with white collar and corporate crimes. Check tables of contents and indexes to locate possible topics.
Subject Specific Encyclopedias
A good encyclopedia can provide beginning researchers with the following:
- an overview of a topic and its various aspects
- the vocabulary associated with the topic
- the names of important people, companies or places,
- a bibliography to lead to other relevant items on the topic, including major studies, books, articles and researchers
Encyclopedia of White-Collar and Corporate Crime, 2013.
Browse the reference collection at Dewey number 364 for other reference works on crime.
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