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SOCY 429: Pandemic Surveillance

A library research guide to support SOCY 429: Pandemic Surveillance


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Sylvia Andrychuk
Joseph S. Stauffer Library
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Subjects: Philosophy, Sociology

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Background Information
Selected key reference resources including encyclopedias, handbooks and bibliographies

Find books available at Queen's University Library and via our academic library partner network.

Articles on surveillance studies topics can be found in a variety of sources - from article indexes and databases containing scholarly peer reviewed journals, to newspaper databases for current news coverage.

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Citing & Evaluating Sources
Citing sources is an important part of your research as it documents what sources you have used in writing your paper and enables the reader to locate the sources you have consulted. Evaluating your sources is a crucial step of the research process. You need to evaluate carefully each source to determine its appropriateness and quality.