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Marriage and Family (21:920:306:01): Find Books

Course guide for Prof. Ziff's course: Marriage and Family (21:920:306:01)

Library Catalog

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Video Tutorial: Find Books

Browse Book Stacks

If you prefer to browse the book stacks on Dana Library's second floor, here is a list of the call number ranges that contain books on the subject of family and marriage.

HQ -- The Family, Marriage, Women

HQ12-449 -- Sexual Life, The Family

HQ503 - HQ1064 -- The Family, Marriage, Home

HQ755.7 - HQ759.92 -- Parents, Parenthood

HQ767.8 - HQ792.2 -- Children, Child Development

HQ793 - HQ799.2 -- Youth, Adolescents, Teenagers

HQ800 - HQ800.4 -- Single People

HQ801 - HQ801.83 -- Man-woman Relationships, Courtship, Dating

HQ811 - HQ960.7 -- Divorce

HQ998 - HQ999 -- Unmarried Mothers

HQ1058 - HQ1058.5 -- Widows, Widowhood

HQ1075 - HQ1075.5 -- Sex Roles

HQ2035 - HQ2039 -- Everyday Life Skills, Coping Skills

Search Library Catalog and Retrieve Books

Step 1: Go to Rutgers Library Homepage at:

Step 2: Click on "SEARCH LIBRARY CATALOG" from the left side bar


Step 3: Select a search type (title, author, etc.), enter your search words, and click "SEARCH" button


Step 4: Check the book record: If the book Status is IN-LIBRARY and at Dana Library, use call number to locate the book.

If the book Status is IN-LIBRARY but at another library, use "Book Delivery / Recall" to request book delivery to Dana Library for you. Use "Go Back" button to return to search results list.

If your book is not available from any of the Rutgers Libraries, or checked out by others, use E-ZBORROW to search and request the book; if the book is still not available, then use INTERLIBRARY LOAN service.



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