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Death Penalty Research

We have plenty of resources - both print & electronic- available for you at our library for this research!

Print Resources

 titles with an * are also available in eBook form

 When using our catalog, look up both Capital Punishment and Death Penalty.  We have lots of circulating books on these topics.  Listed here are some reference materials.

 

REF 309.0973 Encyclopedia of Contemporary American Social Issues
 

 

 

REF 345.07 JOH Trials of the Century

REF 342.0852 MER Religion and the Law in America

REF 345.05 CRI Criminal Justice

REF 345.73 THO The Greenhaven Encyclopedia of Capital Punishment

REF 347.07 GRE Great American Trials

REF 347.73 BRA Supreme Court Drama

REF 348.73 USL (3 vol) U.S. Laws, Acts, and Treaties

REF 348.7303 WES West's Encyclopedia of American Law

REF 349.73 AME American Justice

REF 361.003 GLO Global Social Issues

*REF 361.973 SOC Social Issues in America

*REF 364 CRI Crime and Punishment Essential Primary Sources

REF 364.03 BAT Battleground Criminal Justice

REF 364.66 CAP Capital Punishment 2012

REF 364.66 PAL Encyclopedia of Capital Punishment in the United States

 

Databases

Opposing Viewpoints (Gale)

Global Issues in Context (Gale)

Issues & Controversies (Facts on File)

Issues Researcher (SIRS)

Issues Researcher (SIRS)- USE THIS LINK FROM HOME (enter creek/ bear as username/password)

U.S. History in Context (Gale)

ABC-CLIO Multiple Databases

eBooks

if linking to these off-campus, use the creek/ bear username/ password

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Death Penalty on Trial

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Public Execultions: the Death Penalty and the Media

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Capital Punishment: Second Edition, A Reference Handbook

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Cruel & Unusual Punishment: Rights & Liberties Under the Law

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Furman V Georgia, Great American Trials Series

 

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Criminial Justice: Prison & the Penal System


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Criminal Justice: Crime & Criminal

 

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Encyclopedia of the Supreme Court of the United States

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Crime and Punishment: Essential Primary Sources

 

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