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Fall 2020 - CRM002 Theoretical Perspectives on Crime and Justice

LibGuides for Criminology research

90% of the information you will find on this guide is taken from these two LibGuide on Criminology by Prof. David Woolwine: 

I highly recommend you consult those guides as well.

Consult with a Reference Librarian - LIVE!

Research assistance will be available from anywhere live via Chat and Zoom 60+ hours a week, Monday-Sunday.  You may chat with a librarian through the pop-out link on the library home page: https://www.hofstra.edu/library/.  Through chat, librarians can share your screen and guide you through searches of relevant library resources, assist you with citing your sources, recommend online databases, etc.  Walk-up reference services will not be available.  HOWEVER, if you are in the Axinn Library - or anywhere else in the world - you may chat live with a librarian by visiting the library home page and clicking on the LIVE CHAT button on the right side of the page. 

LIVE CHAT FROM LIBRARY HOME PAGE

You may make a research appointment by visiting: https://libcal.hofstra.edu/appointments/.  Appointments are one-on-one and enable you to have a conversation about your research and clarify your information needs.  If the reference desk is closed, you may text or email your research questions to our reference librarians 24/7 by visiting: https://libanswers.hofstra.edu/.  We will respond to your inquiries ASAP when the reference desk hours resume.



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