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To find books for Refugee Crisis Research, select the Electronic Catalog link from the Denfeld Media Center website.


Call # 304.8 MIL

Books about Refugees and Refugee Issues are located in the Dewey numbers:

United States immigration : a reference handbook

By Miller, E. Willard

Provides a short analysis of the roots of immigration, a historical account of the development of American immigration policy, and discussion of trends in legal, illegal, and refugee immigration, and includes a chronology of immigration laws and regulations, a directory of organizations, and lists of additional resources.


Call # 361.53

The Refused: the agony of the Indochina Refugees

By Barry Wain

Investigates and analyzes how refugees escaped from Vietnam, Laos, and Cambodia, what happened to them at sea and afterward, and who is to blame for their tragic problems.

This book has been checked out by Mrs. Lofald for classroom use.


Call # 323 RED

Human rights : a reference handbook

By Nina Redman and Lucille Whalen.

A compilation of essays and documents related to the issue of human rights in contemporary society, including a chronology, biographical sketches, a copy of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, descriptions of advocacy organizations, and lists of print and nonprint references.

Countries and Their Cultures

Melvin Ember and Carol R. Ember, editors


Call #:

R 306.03 COU

Profiles 225 alphabetically arranged countries, providing an overview of the cultures that shape each one. Topics covered include history, ethnic relations, urbanism, food and economy, social stratification, politics, gender roles and statuses, marriage, kinship, etiquette, religion, health care, secular celebrations, arts and humanities, and the sciences.


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R 306.03 PEO V.1

An encyclopedia of world peoples combining anthropological and social information, both historical and current, on the status of ethnic groups worldwide.



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