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Homeland Security and Emergency Preparedness

This guide will provide you with resources on the subjects of homeland security and emergency preparedness. If you don't find what you're looking for, or if you have questions -- please Ask Us!

Using this Guide

Research articles (which your professor may also call peer-reviewed, refereed, or academic articles) are considered the most reliable information sources. They are written by experts and go through a rigorous process where other subject experts analyze and critique the arguments to identify errors, faulty logic, and other problems. 

News Articles are usually considered primary sources and are excellent for finding information about an event around the time that it occurred. They are not peer-reviewed or scholarly in nature.

Legal Research involves finding the legislation, court cases, and law review discussions that make up the American judicial system.

Government Websites link you to government resources for Homeland Security and Emergency Preparedness.

Research Centers provide research reports and opinion pieces. These may be biased, so adopt concepts and research with care to cross check and verify information.