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In this guide you will find a sampling of many types of research resources on the topics of media and journalism.

How to use this guide

To find books click the "Books" tab above,

To find articles in our indexes and databases click the "Find Articles" tab.

You can find out about general Government Resources by clicking on the "Government Information" tab.

Anyway, you get the idea.

Need Help Citing Sources?

If you need help citing a document, take a look at this Subject Guide:

Citation and Style Guide

You may also want to contact the Writing Center in the Bear Claw:



I am the Reference and Government Documents Librarian here at the Duane G. Meyer Library.  I have prepared this guide as a starting point for your research.  This is by no means a comprehensive list of sources on this subject.  Good research requires you to study all types of resources including books, journal and magazine articles, government information and website information.  Hopefully the entries given here will help you to focus your topic and provide "keywords" that will help you find more and better information.  Always remember I and my co-workers are all here to help you.

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Grace Jackson-Brown
Missouri State University
Duane G. Meyer Library
Springfield, Missouri