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Social and Behavioral Sciences

Use this guide to navigate your way through the world of information in the interdisciplinary social and behavioral sciences.

Advanced Catalog Searching

Use the ASU Library Catalog to locate books:

ASU Library Catalog 

  • Note location (ie. West Stacks or Hayden Stacks), and  call number. You'll need these to find the book on the shelf in each library. 
  • Not available on your campus?  Use the REQUEST button to have books from other campuses delivered to your library.

 

E-Book Collections at ASU

  • Check here since there is a lag between getting these books and seeing them in the ASU Library Catalog.

Locating Videos:

To find videos or DVDs held in ASU Library, add the word videorecording to your keyword search.

Example: prisons videorecording

Note location (ie. West Media), and  call number. This information is needed to locate the material in the library.

Not available on your campus?  Use the REQUEST button to have books from other campuses delivered to your library. View more detailed instructions.

 


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