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Geography (human): Grey Literature

Sources for searching for grey literature

Grey literature is information produced outside of traditional publishing--government documents, reports, working papers, urban plans, etc. This information is often produced by organizations "on the ground" (such as NGOs and IGOs) where dissemination of information and reporting on activities is the goal before publishing an academic article or book. If the source is a Google Custom Search, use the Google search tips here: google_tips_handout.pdf.

 

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