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Addiction Studies

Guide for addiction studies.

Borrowing books from the Library

You will need to bring an official photo I.D. and know your student I.D. number to check out materials. The physical items listed below, or digital photos of the same, qualify as official photo I.D.'s:

  • Student ID card with photo issued by any LACCD College. (Student ID cards can be acquired at Copy Tech.)
  • Student ID card with photo from other higher education institutions. 
  • Government-issued photo ID (e.g., driver’s license, California ID, passport). 
  • High school ID card with photo.

Information about loan periods, renewals, returns, holds and fines can be found here.

Placing Holds on Books

Interested in placing a hold on a book? Holds (requests) can be placed on most items from the LACCD libraries. If there's a Get It option next to a book in OneSearch, then you are able to place a hold.

Follow these directions to learn how to place a hold on a book

Searching for Books

All Pierce College Library books can be found through One Search. 

Use the search box to type in the title of a book, the author, or some keywords of the subject you are researching.

  • Title (example): the anthropology of religion, magic, and witchcraft
  • Author (example): Philip Stein
  • Subject or Keywords (example): "social media" bullying

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Addiction Studies Books in the Library

Image of a wine bottle filled with red and white-colored prescription pills.
Image of a white circular shape with a clear cover.
Image of book cover.
Unplugged book cover art
Image of the top of a monkey's head and eyes at the bottom of the cover and some object dropping into the surface of a liquid at top.
Last Call book cover art
Image of a metal folding chair in front of black background on the left side of the cover and a white background on the right side.
Image of an emergency cabinet with its door open and empty of contents.
Black-and-white image of a residential street in a mountainous area.