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CMJ 215- Juvenile Justice: Finding Sources

This guide was created for CMJ 215's in-depth analysis of a specific issue within a country's juvenile system

Finding Library E-Resources

Takeaways:

  1. Use OneSearch to locate the bulk of our e-resources.
  2. Click the "Peer Reviewed" checkbox to search only scholarly and peer reviewed sources.
  3. On the results page, use the limiters to the left to refine your search. (Ex. use the Date slider to get more recent sources, utilize the vocabulary suggestions under Subject)
  4.  Don't forget to use the Permalink address for your citation.

Country Domains

Consider searching for sites within your specific country using their country's domain code.

For example: belgium "juvenile justice" site:.be

Australia .au
Belgium   .be
Canada .ca
China .cn
Germany .de
Honduras .hn
El Salvador .sv
India .in
England .uk
Japan .jp
Russia .ru
South Africa .za

 

And/Or search by region using Google's Advanced Search:

 

Additional Resources

 

Proquest Criminal Justice Database

Proquest Criminal Justice Database

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Global Issues in Context 
Search for your county and then search by your topic.

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Consider searching from a broader context, such as by your country, "criminal justice, " "juvenile delinquency," etc.

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Films on Demand 
Videos on different cultures and issues. Searching "juvenile justice" brings up videos on the U.S. system and issues.

On Reserve in the Library

E-Books available:

Juvenile Justice in Global Perspective (2015)
Countries represented:
   China
   India
   Latin America
   Poland
   South Africa
   South Korea
   Japan

Juvenile Justice: International Perspectives, Model, and Trends (2014)
Countries represented:
  Austria
  Australia
  Brazil
  Canada
  China
  Iran
  Japan
  Namibia
  Netherlands
  Scotland
  Slovakia
  South Africa
  England and Wales
  United States