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Lori Gwinett
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912 478-5032 lgwinett@georgiasouthern.edu

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Criminology and Criminal Justice
by Lori Gwinett - Last Updated Jul 21, 2014
Resources for beginning research in criminology, criminal justice, or related fields of study.
Tags: acquittal, attorneys, crime, crime prevention, criminals, jails, judicial discretion, juvenile, law enforcement, laws, legal status, policy, prisoners, prisons, punishment, sentences (criminal procedure), sentencing, statistics, united states, victims
Federal Reserve System
by Lori Gwinett, Sam Russell - Last Updated Apr 28, 2014
This Libguide aims to bring the user into familiarity with the Federal Reserve System. It addresses the Federal Reserve System, Central Banking in General, and the End the Fed movement.
Tags: austrian school, banking, banking act, banks, bis, board of governors, central banking, chairman, currency, end the fed, fed, federal reserve, finance, financial crisis, geographical boundaries, gold, imf, inflation, keynesian, money, world bank
Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act
by Lori Gwinett - Last Updated Jul 2, 2014
This Libguide discusses the Healthcare Law that was signed under President Obama. The authors have tried to remain as unbiased as possible in this Libguide, and to address any bias when it arises.
Tags: aca, barack obama, congress, court cases, doctor, government, health, healthcare, hospital, house of representatives, individual mandate, insurance, medicaid, medicare, obamacare, patient protection and affordable care act, senate
President Carter, First Lady Carter, & Presidential Libraries
by Lori Gwinett, Sam Russell - Last Updated Feb 21, 2014
Jimmy Carter served as President from 1977 to 1981. He is notable for his admirable humanitarian efforts following his presidency.First Lady Rosalynn Carter has worked for more than three decades to improve the quality of life for people around the world.
Tags: carter center, first lady, georgia, georgia southern university, governor, habitat for humanity, internships, james earl carter jr., jimmy carter, nobel, peanuts, president, presidential libraries, presidents day, rosalynn carter, volunteer opportunities
Public Administration
by Lori Gwinett - Last Updated Oct 30, 2014
This guide provides resources helpful for the Institute for Public and Nonprofit Studies at Georgia Southern and anyone else needing help getting started on research in Public Administration.
The Freedom of Information Act (FOIA)
by Lori Gwinett - Last Updated Mar 10, 2014
"The Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) is a law that gives you the right to access information from the federal government. It is often described as the law that keeps citizens in the know about their government." ~foia.gov
Tags: books, court cases, department of justice, foia, freedom of information act, georgia southern university, government, gsu, open government, president, research, sunshine week
U.S. Constitution
by Lori Gwinett, Sam Russell - Last Updated Aug 11, 2014
Important info pertaining to the history of the United States Constitution, it's development, and it's progression throughout the years. Be sure to visit the Constitution Day tab for the current year to see what events are taking place on campus now!
Tags: amendments, america, articles of confederation, bill of rights, constitution day, constitutional convention, declaration of independence, delegates, founding fathers, freedom, georgia southern, gsu, laws, liberty, peace, privacy, security, united states

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