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JUPS 123: Introduction to Justice & Peace: Home

Prof. Atashi, Spring 2019

How to Evaluate Sources

Topic Overviews & Country Information

Topic Overviews

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Conflict Data

Related Research Guides

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General Data & Statistics

Reports & Gray Literature

"Gray Literature" is a term for writings published outside of traditional journal or book publishing or that are unpublished. Examples include government publications, doctoral dissertations or masters theses, working papers, white papers, reports, and sometimes conference papers. Below are some ways to locate these.

Making a Successful Project

RefWorks: Capture citations from databases, format bibliographies and references in MLA or other styles, and organize your research. refworks logo


Purdue OWL: Tips for annotated bibliographiesacademic writing, and research and citation sources.  Using Research explains quoting, paraphrasing, and summarizing.

Georgetown University Writing Center - Located on the second floor of Lauinger Library.


Group Writing--The Writing Center at UNC provides tips about researching and writing collaboratively.

"What Google Learned in its Quest to Build the Perfect Team" by Charles Duhigg New York Times Magazine 28 February 2016. Create a space of psychological safety by encouraging conversational turn-taking and empathy.

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