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UNIV 1301: Experiencing Poverty : Home

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Experiencing Poverty Research Guide

Poverty is a global problem with profound economic and social implications.  There is vast amount of information available about poverty. This research guide has been developed for UNIV 1301: Experiencing Poverty taught by Professor Teresa D. Hibbert and will showcase basic information sources available through the UTEP Library.  Navigate this research guide using the tabs on top of page. If you need personal assistance with your research, please do not hesitate to contact me via email, phone, or in-person (see contact information).




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