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Criminal Justice Administration

Resources for students in the Franklin University Criminal Justice Administration Program

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Evaluating Sources

"When faced with a flood of information, misinformation, and conflicting sources, how do you know what to trust?”

-- Book Review: Printer’s Error: Irreverent Stories From Book History 

Need help finding good sources of information? Our Evaluating Sources Guide provides tools and strategies for finding and evaluating sources.

About this guide

Welcome to the Criminal Justice Administration (CJA) guide! This guide is intended to give some Hot Research Tips and Tricks related to criminal justice administration. Below, you'll find information on:

  • types of resources (scholarly? professional?)
  • using the Franklin library's website
  • a list of recommended resources
  • debate tips
  • interactive maps/websites related to criminal justice topics

Please note: this is NOT a complete list of resources! This is just a short list to help you get started. 

You can also scroll down this page to find a list of glossaries that may be helpful to your coursework. If you get stuck at any point during your research, remember, we're here to help! Click on "Additional Resources" below to learn how you can meet with a Franklin librarian or tutor for FREE.

Happy Researching! 

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