See also the following websites: Criminal Justice, Law, and Nebraska Law.
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Most Relevant Databases
Encyclopedias & Dictionaries
- Credo Reference
A selection of encyclopedias, dictionaries, and other reference books. Areas covered include criminal, civil, and commercial law.
- Gale Virtual Reference Library - A collection of criminal justice-related encyclopedias including Encyclopedia of Crime and Justice and Gale Encyclopedia of American Law.
eBooks, Magazine, Newspaper & Journal Articles
- Academic Search Premier
4,500+ full-text magazine, newspapers, and journals from all academic disciplines including criminal justice and law.
- eBook Collection (EBSCOhost)
More than 40,000 eBooks on a wide selection of topics. Many are available for checkout and offline viewing. [ Downloading EBSCOhost eBooks ]
- MasterFILE Complete (EBSCOhost)
Multidisciplinary database providing full text from magazines, newspapers, journals, reference books, and primary source documents.
- Omaha World-Herald (NewsBank)
Full text newspaper articles covering Nebraska and western Iowa dating back to 1983.
- OmniFile Full Text Select (EBSCOhost)
Includes full text magazine, newspaper, and journal articles on criminal justice and law-related issues and topics.
- Opposing Viewpoints
Pro/con coverage of controversial contemporary issues. Includes full text magazine and newspaper articles, topic overviews, statistics, primary documents, and links to relevant websites.
- Points of View Reference Center
Find critical essays of current events with an overview and two sides of the issue.
- SIRS Researcher
Thousands of full text magazine and newspaper articles exploring current events and current issues.