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World Guide: An Alternative Reference to the Countries of our Planet. (Ref 305 In7) Oxford: New Internationalist, 2007. Provides detailed country profiles with an eye towards issues of development, environment, human rights and more.
United Nations System: a Reference Handbook. (Ref 341.23 AL35) Santa Barbara: ABC-Clio, 2005. Information on issues relating to the UN. Includes information on UN organizations.
Yearbook of the United Nations. (Ref 341.13 Un3) Lake Success, NY: United Nations. Library has 1952, 1958 to present, with the most current 2006. Year by year account of UN activity.
Encyclopedia of the United Nations and International Agreements. (Ref 341.23 Os5) New York: Routledge, 2003.
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Chicago Manual of Style (Notes-Bibliography) - A guide from the SMC Library
Chicago/Turabian Documentation - From the University of Wisconsin, Madison.
Quick Guide to Chicago Style from the Chicago manual publishers.
A Manual for Writers of Research Papers, Theses, and Dissertations: Chicago Style for Students and Researchers (Ref 808.02 T840c) 7th ed., Chicago: University of Chicago, 2007.
APA Style Guide (quick guide from the SMC Library)
MLA Style Guide (quick guide from the SMC Library)