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Political Science   Tags: political science, poly sci  

Useful resources for politics, political science, and public policy
Last Updated: Jan 30, 2017 URL: Print Guide RSS Updates

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  2. They have built-in quality control that you don't always get on the web.
  3. The articles don't contain advertising.
  4. The information has been approved for publication and may be written and reviewed by experts in the field.
  5. Ethics and integrity are important in academic research. Anyone can publish anything on the web.

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Political Science Research


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