THE STRUCTURE OF POVERTY
This guide identifies resources related to poverty and its structure found in the reference and general collections of Pius XII Memorial Library, online resources provided by the SLU Libraries, and other resources accessible freely on the public Internet. It is not comprehensive; use it as a starting point for research. The resources you consult will depend upon the nature and scope of your course assignments.
Titles listed as available ONLINE can be accessed via the SLU Libraries Catalog as well as the Gale Virtual Reference Library (GVRL), eBook Collections (EBSCOhost), and Sage Knowledge databases, or directly through the Libraries' subscription with the publisher. Like subscription periodical databases, these resources are remotely accessible only to current SLU students, faculty, and staff. If accessed from the SLU dorms or off-campus, access is through the SLU proxy server; you'll need to type in your SLUnet ID (your SLU email account username) and SLUnet ID password (the password you use to log into your MySLU account).