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IBUS 427/710 (Nartey): Global Stakeholder Management: Security

Congressional Hearings

USC is a federal depository and the Government Information division provides access to documents like Congressional hearings. Many of these documents are available electronically. 

Search the Classic Catalog

Online Resources

Think tanks and NGOs are incredible sources of research publications, and most are accessible for free. Examples include:

Databases

Catalog Search

Classic Catalog Search

Classic Catalog Search

Advanced Search

Try a subject or keyword search in the Classic Catalog.

For example:

Terrorism -- Pakistan -- Case Studies

United States -- Foreign Relations -- Pakistan


Click the Request button (with the red check mark) in the catalog to ask for an item to be delivered to your preferred pickup location. Works for items in the Annex and on other USC campuses!

Think Outside the Box

There are many types of stakeholders, and society is usually a stakeholder of concern. Assessing the impact on societal stakeholders often requires thinking outside of the box for the human perspective.

Look for blogs or tweets by societal stakeholders affected by security issues and military actions. 

Twitter is often used to monitor terrorist activity.

Remember to evaluate the source for credibility and authenticity.

Books at USC

There are many ebooks and print books on relevant topics available through USC libraries. Search the Classic Catalog for resources like the examples below.