Politics and International Relations: Finding resources in Library

This guide will introduce you to resources for politics and international relations.

Call numbers for Politics

Number Subject
172 Political ethics
303.625 Terrorism
305.8 Ethnic and national groups
320 Political science
320.1 The State
320.5 Political ideologies
320.94 European politics
320.951 Chinese politics
320.956 Middle Eastern politics
320.959 Southeast Asian politics
320.973 American politics
320.994 Australian politics
321 Systems of governments and states
322 Relation of state to organized groups
323 Civil and political rights
324 Political process
324.294 Australian political parties
325 International migration and colonization
327 International relations
328 Legislative process
341 International law
342 Constitutional and administrative law
350 Public administration
355 Military science


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What are call numbers?

Call numbers are a series of predetermined numbers and letters allocated to items held by the library. They arrange items on the shelves so that items dealing with the same subjects are near each other. Call numbers are stuck to the spine or front of each item.

It is important that you note down all of the call number, and which part of the Monash collection the item is held in. Then you need to find each part of the number in turn.

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