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Communication Research   Tags: communication, kennedy, mass media, research  

Guide to resources for research in communication and in support of Communication Studies
Last Updated: Sep 20, 2016 URL: Print Guide RSS Updates

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Communication Research publishes articles that explore communication across societal systems, such as mass media, new technology, and intercultural, from a multidisciplinary perspective. The library has online access to this journal in its entirety from 1974 to present.



Welcome to the LibGuide for Communication Research. . This guide serves as an introduction to a variety of library resources that will help you identify and use the literature in the field of communication studies. In addition to specific resources you will also find search tips and suggestions to make your research more effective. Hopefully this guide will:

  • Support and reinforce the content you learn in your Communication Research class
  • Provide an information gateway for you to use with your research projects
  • Familiarize you with the wide range of resources, print & electronic, that are important in your discipline
  • Remind you how to get assistance when you need it for your research      

We are available to assist you with your research. Don't hesitate to contact me as you have questions or need help.

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