This guide is to help you get a jump-start on Sociology research by giving an overview of what discipline-specific resources are available in the library, along with some quick tips on how to find and use them. Use the tabs above to navigate its resources
Material labeled "Full Text Seeker" can be requested free (usually) through Interlibrary Loan
Sometimes wandering the shelves is useful. If you can find one book on a topic, others like it will be sitting close by on the same shelf. Be sure to look at both the Reference collection on the first floor for general helps like encyclopedias, and at the circulating collection on the second floor for books you can take with you
Class H Social Sciences (general)
subclass HM Sociology (general)
HM711+ Groups and organizations
HM1001+ Social psychology
subclass HN Social problems. Social conditions. Social reform
subclass HQ Family. Marriage. Women
HQ 12+ Human sexuality
HQ 503+ Family. Marriage. Home
HQ1075+ Sex roles.
subclass HT Communities. Classes. Race
subclass HV Social pathology. Social and public welfare. Criminology.
subclass HX Socialism. Communism. Utopias
Of course, use the library catalogue to find books by author, title, or subject