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City, Culture & Community Program Library Guide

Research guide for students in the graduate program City, Culture, & Community, sponsored by the department of Sociology and the School of Social Work.

Ways to Keep Current

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Highly Cited Journals

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Rankings are in order of impact factor as calculated by Journal Citation Reports for 2014. Ask a librarian for assistance using this tool or for more information on impact factors and other citation measurements.

More about Impact Factor

For further explanation of Impact Factors and how they are calculated, visit Thomson-Reuters explanatory page.

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