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FSC430H5 Seminar in Forensic Science (Capstone Course)

This guide is an inventory of resources for starting research in the course.

Colonization and Colonialism, Restorative Justice, Indigenous Ways of Knowing

Primary Source Materials

A unique and powerful way to support your arguments is to use primary sources. These primary source collections may help you achieve this:

Secondary Sources

Sources such as books, scholarly handbooks and book chapters will likely provide the majority of your sources. Here are some starting points:

Social Justice and Civil Rights

Primary Source Materials

A unique and powerful way to support your arguments in your essay is to use primary sources. These primary source collections may help you achieve that goal:

Secondary Sources

Sources such as books, scholarly handbooks and book chapters will likely provide the majority of your sources. Here are some starting points:

This book includes some primary source materials.

Gender-Based Violence

Primary Source Materials

A powerful way to support your research may be to use primary source documents. Try these collections:

Secondary Sources

Sources such as books, scholarly handbooks and book chapters will likely provide the majority of your sources. Here are some starting points: