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This Social Sciences LibGuide has been created with your specific research needs in mind, in order to provide you with access to books/eBooks, journal articles, media, credible web sites, citation assistance and an easy way to contact us in the Library if you have any additional questions.  We hope you will use this resource again and again.  To get started, please choose a tab above.

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