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Political Studies - MPA: Writing & Citing

Guide for students in Master's of Public Administration Programme



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If you are a new student, feel a bit lost using the library, or need advice on research and writing, we can help. This website will show you how to get started on your assignments and papers. Learn more about university level writing, how to search the library, and the correct way to use references. And as always, librarians at the University of Manitoba are available to help you find the books, articles, and other resources you need. 


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