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Getting Started in Social Welfare Research  

Overview of how to get started with research and sources for finding basic information
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Welcome to the Social Welfare Subject page!

This is where you find the information you need to begin social welfare research. Please contact the Social Welfare Bibliographer, Elaine Lasda Bergman if you have any questions about the materials included, or if you have questions about a specific project.

Specific information about Social Welfare topics and access to databases, guides, and web resources can be found at the Subject Gateway for Social Welfare.  Most of the university's books and print journals on social welfare as well as those in criminal justice, public administration and policy, and library and information science are located at the Dewey Graduate Library on the downtown campus. Books and print journals in related subjects such as psychology, counseling, education, and sociology are at the University Library or Science Library on the Main Campus.

Subject Librarian for Social Welfare and Dewey Reference

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Elaine Lasda Bergman
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