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SOCY 499 - Senior Seminar - Dr. Odhiambo: Home

Fall 2018


This library guide will help you to organize your research process, develop a search strategy, and know where to look for sources. If I can be of assistance as questions about research and accessing information come up, or if you would like to schedule a research consultation, feel free to contact me.

  • On this page, find print and online reference sources that will help you to focus your topic.

Reference Resources

Find these books in the Reference section of the library or follow the links to the online versions.

Concise Encyclopedia of Sociology - EBSCO eBook

Encyclopedia of Sociology - REF HM425 .E5 2000, vols. 1-5, and online in Gale Virtual Reference Library.

International Encyclopedia of the Social Sciences - REF H40 .A2 I5 2008, vols. 1-9

Dictionary of Sociology - REF HM17 .C66 1998, and online in Oxford Reference Online.

Sage Dictionary of Social Research Methods - EBSCO eBook

Wiley-Blackwell Companion to Political Sociology - EBSCO eBook

These collections contain many useful reference works. You can search across all sources or browse for books in sociology and the social sciences.

 Note: Since the 2011 edition, the Statistical Abstract of the United States has been published by Bernan Press in collaboration with ProQuest. It is available in print only in the Reference section of the Library: HA 202 .P76. See the catalog record here.

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