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What's in this Guide
Welcome to the LibGuide for Youth Studies. This is your one-stop-shop for all your research and information needs
This guide provides links to the most useful databases and resources for researching youth. Use the tabs above or the links below to navigate through the pages of this guide.
- Getting Started in the Library - for basic information about the library, including usernames and passwords
- Darlington - Information if you are studying at Darlington campus.
- Finding Books - search for books on youth.
Finding Journal Articles - search for articles relating to youth.
Finding Journals by Title - once you've identified a useful article, locate the journal and get the full-text. Explains what journals are and why they're important
Finding quality websites - There is such a huge amount of information available on the Internet and sites of good quality can be difficult. We have listed some to get you started and offer help to assess the quality of a site.
Finding Newspapers - Newspapers are a good source of up-to-date information. They can be local or national and will report news from each point of view.
Finding Statistics - Statistics may be needed as evidence to back up an argument. We have provided links to general and subject specific resources.
Finding Images - Images could be useful for use in presentations as well as course work and assignments.We have access to both moving and still image databases.
- Reading Lists - the online version of your module reading lists.
- How to Reference - information about referencing in the style recommended for Youth Studies.
- Examples - examples of references in the recommended style for Youth Studies.
If you can't find the answer to your question or you need further help, please contact us using the details on the right.
Information Skills Feedback
We are very interested to hear your views about any information skills sessions you have had and welcome your feedback.
Please go to Information Skills Feedback and fill in the online form.