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Consumer Affairs: Films/Media

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How do I find films on Consumer Affairs in the Library?

OneSearch is the way you check for books, films and other items that the library owns.
Here are some helpful searches you can try in OneSearch Advanced Search to find films related to Consumer Affairs!

Using the Any Field search, select Videos from the Material Type menu: Using the SUBJECT search, select Videos from the Material Type menu: 


Consumer Credit

Product Recall

Consumption Economics

Consumer Credit

Product Recall

Citing Out-of-the-Ordinary Sources of Information

How do I cite things like interviews, emails, etc.?
When you are using non-standard sources of information it can be more difficult to cite these sources. The official style manual will be the best resource for a complete description of how to cite. Here are a few web sites with information:

Tip: Use a search engine, like Google, and search for "APA citation ERIC document" or "MLA citation interview" to find more examples.

 Not available at CSULB?

The University Library offers three options to obtain materials not currently available (checked out, temporarily unavailable, we don't own it, etc.) at CSULB.

Find out more on the Interlibrary Services page.