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*Mass Communications Research

A guide to doing research in journalism, media, and communications.

Resources for MCCNM research

The study of media requires examination of media content—advertisements, films, newspapers—as well as consumer information, psychological and sociological studies, literary and film criticism, and scholarly articles. Some of this information is free online, but most (especially scholarly and historical works) are only available through library databases.


Books and ebooks

Literary and film criticism

Studies & scholarly articles


If the article you want is not part of the library's collection, you can request a copy by clicking Find It @CSU-Pueblo. You will be directed to the ClioWeb InterLibrary Loan form. Enter your information, and a librarian will obtain a copy of the article and deliver it to you. 

Getting The Article

When the article is ready, you will receive notification that your article has arrived through electronic delivery. Your article will be available daily after 8AM, 12PM, 4PM, and 8PM. If you would like to receive your article in a hard copy you may request to pick it up at the Circulation Desk.

If you are not able to access your article electronically, please call the Interlibrary Loan Office at 549-2362.

TV, movies, and magazines