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    Hey, Everyone-

    I'm currently writing my thesis on the expansion of gov't-run computer forensic labs, and I need your help. I need to have two more scholarly sources from within the past two years before tomorrow at 09:15 (Eastern). If anyone would be able to help me out by providing links for me I would be forever in your debt.
    If you need any more info., I shall provide.

    Thank you all in advance.

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    association for computer machinary. http://www.acm.org/ you won't find mroe scholarly sources anywhere else in the world, they have just about every published paper that has anything remotely to do with electronics/computers.

    i'm pretty sure you can search their archives even if you're not a member. it's like $40 or to join if you're a student, and if you're about to get your degree, you should definatly join.

    i hope this helps, good luck!
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    Thank you for your help.
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    If you need TONS of stats, you may get lucky by looking around on www.apa.org (American Psychological Association) or using a PSYCHLit database lookup (on the web, searchable through CSA ... google it).

    Have fun and good luck.

    ~N~

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    hmm

    i would just search google. why should you pay for information that someone else has already downloaded it.. and uploaded it elsewhere?

    i'm not spreading about illegal books or anything. but still?
    my pages: (great resources for everyone)
    geeksarecool.com resource for computers, hacking, virii, wutnot.
    thepillbox.net archive of logs and resource for laughter.
    --enjoy these pages, as they grow.

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