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Refugees and Forced Migration: Subject Guide: Home

A starting point for research on the study of refugees and forced migration in a globalized world.

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Welcome to the library research guide for Refugee Studies. This guide offers subject-specific sources available via the University Library in print and electronic formats.

Use the tabs above to navigate between resources. Here is a quick guide to what you will find under each tab:

  • Key Terms: Provides lists of words/terms (keywords) you can use to search for information in the various library resources, including glossaries and definitions of terms.
  • Books: Provides access to the GSU library catalog, as well as links to locate books in other libraries.
  • Scholarly Journals: Use the links provided on this page to locate articles in scholarly journals
  • News, Media, Blogs: Provides links to U.S, and international newspaper databases 
  • Data/Statistics/Reports/Websites: Provides a list of reputable links to websites regarding refugees and forced migration.

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