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Old 03-23-2011, 09:04 AM - Thread Starter
 
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I am writing an argument paper against mandatory vaccinations. (I vaccinate on my own schedule and not all of them anyway) I need to have an annotated bibliography and was hoping to be pointed in the right direction of some reliable journals or sources that I can use. The more the merrier. If you'd rather pm me, it doesn't matter. I just need some help. Thanks.


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honestly, your best bet is to contact the librarian on reference where you are.... they will be more than happy to help you, i promise.  academic librarians just adore questions like that.....i say that because each uni or college has specific databases that have particular journals and each works a little differently but the librarians can gladly help you find the best ones.

 


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