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POL 211: Introduction to American National Government
POL 211: Introduction to American National Government
POL 211: Introduction to American National Government
POL 211: Introduction to American National Government
POL 211: Introduction to American National Government
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POL 211: Introduction to American National Government

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This presentation focuses both on subscription databases and U.S. government information resources available for students enrolled in the POL 211 class.

This presentation focuses both on subscription databases and U.S. government information resources available for students enrolled in the POL 211 class.

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  • 1. Chella Vaidyanathan History, Political Science, U.S. Govt./International Docs. Librarian University of Miami Libraries, Coral Gables, FL
  • 2. Databases LexisNexis Academic LexisNexis Congressional CQ Researcher Plus Archive (1923-present) CQ Weekly CQ Voting and Elections Collection with Dataset
  • 3. Relevant Resources for Course Topics Constitution of the United States: The National Archives Experience – http://www.archives.gov/exhibits/charters/constituti on.html Primary Documents in American History: American Memory (Library of Congress) – http://memory.loc.gov/ammem/help/constRedir.html Privacy & Civil Liberties Office: U.S. Dept of Justice – http://www.usdoj.gov/pclo/ U.S. Courts – http://www.uscourts.gov/courtlinks/ U.S. Senate – http://www.senate.gov/
  • 4. Relevant Resources for Course Topics U.S. House of Representatives – http://www.house.gov/Welcome.shtml United States Public Interest Research Groups (U.S. PIRG) – http://www.uspirg.org/ Pressure Groups/Interest Groups/Lobbyists/ Political Advocacy Groups – http://www.csuchico.edu/~kfountain/index.ht ml The Gallup Poll (In Depth: Topics A-Z) – http://www.galluppoll.com/topics/
  • 5. Relevant Resources for Course Topics The Pew Research Center – http://people- press.org/ (You can search by “Survey Reports.” You can also narrow down your search by “topic” and by “period/date”). Pew Research Center’s Project for Excellence in Journalism – http://www.journalism.org/ Presidents of the United States (POTUS): The Internet Public Library – http://www.ipl.org/div/potus/
  • 6. Relevant Resources for Course Topics U.S. Census Bureau – http://www.census.gov/ USA.gov – http://www.usa.gov/ GPO Access – http://www.gpoaccess.gov/index.html House Committee on Foreign Affairs/Committee on International Relations (U.S. House of Representatives) – http://www.internationalrelations.house.gov/ U.S. Department of State – http://www.state.gov/

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