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Food and Agriculture Law and Policy Research Guide: Research Methods

Research Methods

Food and Agriculture Law and Policy research can involve researching areas of water and soil management, land use, biotechnology, agricultural businesses, administrative law, food labeling, climate change, and much more.

Once a research topic is chosen, it is often best to start with secondary sources, such as books, ebooks, journal articles, law review articles, and news articles. There are also a numerous of websites that provide background information on various topics and offer links to other resources. 

This research guide is organized by resource types. Use the tabs on top of the page to learn about available resources for your given topics.

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