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Human Rights: Find Books

See the best resources in the Library and on the Internet for information on human rights worldwide.

Books in the TCC LIBRARY Catalog

TCC ONLINE LIBRARY    CATALOG:
Click on the online Library catalog (under Books on library homepage) to determine what books and other materials the Library has on your subject. Search the catalog by subject, keyword, title, or author.

Examples of subject searches include:
Human Rights
Civil Rights
Political Persecution

 BROWSE THE SHELVES:
TCC uses the Library of Congress call numbers to categorize books by broad subject areas on the shelves.  Browse both the circulating and reference book stacks to find books on your topic in these areas:
JC Politics
K Law

If TCC does not  have a specific book on your topic, you can borrow the book from another library via Interlibrary Loan (ILL), a free service that . It may take 7-10 days for book delivery.
Click on  Interlibrary Loan  to log into MyTCC and submit a form to request a book from another library outside TCC.

Featured Books at TCC

Opposing Viewpoints with essays

Opposing Viewpoints is a series of books that provides pro/con persuasive essays on a single topic.

To find other titles in the Opposing Viewpoints

More Opposing Viewpoints titles with Human Rights Issues

Click on title to see campus location (link will open in new window)

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