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International Government Documents
To find government documents from the country you are studying that you can use as primary sources try using the link below to find documents on your topic while limiting to the domain for your country's government for example:
immigration site:gov.tw for documents on immigration published by the Taiwanese government.
Primary sources can include government documents, novels written by a citizen of the country you are studying, and newspaper articles from the region, Such sources can help you gain a more intimate understanding of the issues and events you are studying. Secondary sources analyze or interpret primary source information.
Search CityCat to find books, e-books, DVDs, CDs and more. There are many ways to search, such as by Title, Author and Keyword. For fiction from the country you are studying, try a Subject search for your country fiction.
For example: Japan -- Fiction
Find CCSF Library books, textbooks and other materials:
Find newspapers from your country using these links below.
Links to newspapers around the world, listed by country.
Google News Search
Search Internet news sources from around the world
San Francisco Public Library card and PIN required. 2000 newspapers from 100 countries in 60 languages, many providing same day publication with a 60 day back file. Searchable by country.
San Francisco Public Library card and PIN required. Full text from more than 1300 newspapers, news websites and blogs from throughout the world. Include the New York Times, Wall Street Journal, Chicago Tribune, Washington Post, USA Today, Los Angeles Times, Boston Globe, The Guardian, etc.
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