Using the Internet for Political Research

Using the Internet for Political Research

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This book is a practical guide to using the Internet for political science research. The growth of the Internet means that an increasing amount of political information is becoming available on the web; however, it can often be difficult for users to locate high quality resources. This book shows the reader how to develop effective Internet searching strategies and indicates what is available online. It covers some of the key political science areas, including elections, parliamentary information and political parties, showing how to successively locate and evaluate Internet resources. The book covers political research mainly in the UK, and the USA. Provides a subject specific approach to Internet research Includes chapters on key topics such as elections, parliaments, prime ministers and presidents Contains case studies of typical searches... provides free access to information from a consortium of publishers including Routledge, Taylor aamp; Francis, Carfax and Spon Press. The only disadvantage of this is the time that it takes to set up the original accounts as you will need to locate the ... This is an electronic table of contents service offered by the British Library.

Title:Using the Internet for Political Research
Author: Heather Dawson
Publisher:Elsevier - 2003-09-30

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