Criminology: Books & eBooks

A subject guide to Monash University Library's resources for students and researchers of Criminology.

Books & eBooks at Monash University Library

 

 

Monash University Library has +2 million books, and +1 million online ebooks in our collections. 

The best way to find books and ebooks is by using Library Search.

Finding an item in the Library

All items in Monash Library have Call Numbers to organise them on the shelf. You can find every item's call number in the Details tab when using Search. Staff at the Information Point can help with any problems.


Some common Call Numbers for Criminology are:

323     Civil and political rights

345     Criminal law

360     Social problems & services; associations

364     Criminology

365     Penal & related institutions

Library Search

Books & eBooks

 

   Books vs eBooks  

 

What the difference between using a books or using ebooks for my assignment? 

Answer: None! One is online, and the other is in your hand, but they're both great academic sources.

Just like books, ebooks are academic sources, and great to use for your assignments and study. What you find on the shelves and what you find on the View It tab in Search are both books, you just read them in a different way. 

Monash University Library has +1 million ebooks, so you're likely to see a lot of them when you use Search. 

Finding books on Search

 

Search also finds journal articles, CDs, DVDs, and more, so to look just at books and ebooks, you need to use filters.

On the left side of the search results page, you will find Refine Results. Click 'Books' to see only books and ebooks.

Limit search by Date

Search by Date

One of the best ways to narrow a search is to change the Date

Unless you really want to find items from 1700 - or earlier! - onwards, either drag the bar or type in dates closer to the present to end up with fewer (and likely more relevant) results.

 


By limiting search crim* to 2000 - 2016: