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Introduction to International Relations   Tags: international_relations, political_science, world_politics  

This will assist you in doing research on the topic of International Relations
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              Finding Books

            If you would like to browse for books, look in these areas in the General Collection on the 2nd floor, or the Reference Collection on the Main floor:


            Many of the political science-related materials can be found in the following call number ranges:


            J        General legislative and executive papers

            JA      Political science (General)

            JC      Political theory

            JF      Political institutions and public administration

                                (North America)

            JJ      Political institutions and public administration

                                (United States)

            JK      Political institutions and public administration

                                (United States)

            JL      Political institutions and public administration

                                (Canada, Latin America, etc.)

            JN      Political institutions and public administration


            JQ      Political institutions and public administration

                                (Asia, Africa, Australia, Pacific Area, etc.)

            JS      Local government.  Municipal government

            JV      Colonies and colonization. Emigration and immigration.

            JX      International law

            JZ      International relations

             (For a more detailed breakdown of call numbers, see the Library of Congress)


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