Category Archives: Research

Exciting news about CRS reports

It’s a good day for transparency! The Congressional Research Service has since the mid-twentieth century been explicitly prevented by Congress from making their research reports accessible to the public, unlike, for example, the GAO. With the Consolidated Appropriations Bill signed … Continue reading

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Some newer options for locating databases and datasets

Although the growth of the web and search engines gives us the impression that all data we could ever need or want is floating around somewhere, waiting for us, that doesn’t mean that it is all easy to find amongst … Continue reading

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Brookings Report: Home Ownership Dividing Lines

Hello everyone, It’s been a while since I posted something on this blog. It’s a long story not worthy of discussion. I found this article interesting for many reasons, and wanted to share it with the group for possible discussion. … Continue reading

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Access to excellent resource on research methods

The TSU Library subscribes to an excellent product, SAGE Research Methods.  This database includes a variety of resources including the “little green books” and “little blue books” that generations of graduate students and researchers have used to learn specific methods … Continue reading

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Recent publications and outreach

Did you catch the latest activities of our alumni, students and faculty in outreach and publishing? Here are some of the latest, including some from our newest faculty members, Drs. Ken Chilton and Kyujin Jung… LinkedIn Pulse The alarming lack … Continue reading

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