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Key research resources to support Hugh Downs School of Human Communication and Communication Studies on ASU's West campus
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  • Hugh Downs School of Human Communication - ASU Tempe     Edit or Delete link_1583326  Get Quick Stats
    Teaching emphasis in The Hugh Downs School are: Intercultural Communication and Cultural Studies, Interpersonal Communication, Organizational Communication, Performance Studies, Rhetoric and Public Communication


    Your Librarian: deg farrelly

  • Communication Studies - ASU at the West campus      Edit or Delete link_1583326  Get Quick Stats
    Communication Studies on ASU's West campus is devoted to exploring the multiplicity of factors that contribute to / detract from human communication. The program also explores the various technologies that continue to evolve and shape human communication

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    Top Resources

    Subject Specific Databases

    Communication and Mass Media Complete provides comprehensive indexing to the key journals for all aspects of communications studies.  Other databases and indexes organized by more than 150 subjects.



    Displays with search results in ASU Libraries databases. Click it to be shown where and how you can connect directly to articles electronically, or locate print the articles in print in ASU Libraries.


    This online tool not only helps manage information resources used in research, it also customizes citations, footnotes, and bibliographies in papers prepared using Microsoft Word.


    Document Delivery/Borrow-It-Now

    Have materials in other ASU Libraries, including books and videos, delivered to your campus library. Many journal articles are available for electronic delivery.

    Research Assistance

    Online or in person, contact a subject librarian  for assistance with the selection and strategic use of library and web resources best suited to your research project.


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