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POL 210-E (Spring 2024): Race, Sports, and Politics: Home

This guide is to help students in Race, Sports, and Politics write their final policy paper.

Welcome

This research guide is designed for students doing research on policy issues. If you run into any obstacles, don't hesitate to book a research session~ Rosalind Tedford

Policy Analysis and Web Sources

Policy analysis organizations will differ depending on your topic, but here are some places to start.

Public Policy Think Tanks

The Harvard Kennedy School keeps a list of US and Non-US Think Tanks and provides a custom Google search across them all. This is a great place to go to find Think Tank content. 

Sports Policy-Specific Think Tanks

Video Resources

Getting Started with Background Sources

Before getting started with policy research, it is a good idea to start with some background and context to the issues you are investigating. The sources below will help you get to that information quickly.

Sports Policy Journals and News Sources

Major Politics and IA Databases

Political Science & Military Databases

Databases from Related Fields 

Roz not available? Other librarians can help!

If Roz is not available to help, any of our Social Sciences Librarians can! Use this link to access a joint group calendar to find a time:

Social Science Librarians Group Calendar

Roz Tedford: Politics and Int'l Affairs Liaison

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Rosalind Tedford
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ZSR Library
Room 457A