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Welcome to the Sociology Libguide
This is your one-stop Library guide to essential resources for research in Sociology. Below is a summary of what you can find in this guide. Go to the top panel and click on individual tabs to find out more.
- Books, Journals, Databases
Explore the FindMore search engine to locate books, journals and access databases
- Theses and Dissertations
Theses & dissertations deposited in NUS Libraries as well as those indexed in databases worldwide
Subject-specific and multidisciplinary databases for searching scholarly journal articles, book chapters, conference proceedings, statistics, datasets, newspapers, working papers...
- Statistics / Data
- Find Full Text
Set up Find It and the Proxy Bookmarklet in Google Scholar to get full texts of source titles subscribed by NUS Libraries.
Keep current through subscribing to alerts for journals, databases, news, Google and NUS Libraries collections. Includes BrowZine.
Selected guides on academic writing for Sociology and Anthropology
- Research Methods
Check out the Sage Research Methods database for help in your research - from defining a topic, developing a research question, data analysis, writing up and dissemination.
- Open Educational Resources (OER)
Listings of open repositories, search engines, journals, textbooks, courses, films, videos, images, photos... that are available in the public domain or are issued under a license that allows for free use and re-purposing.
- Websites, Blogs
Popular web sources, blogs,... relating to Sociology and Anthropology
Cite references in the American Sociological Association (ASA) style
- Reference Managers
NUS Libraries provide support for Zotero, ZoteroBib, Mendeley and EndNote.
- Recent Titles
Sociology-related titles recently added to the NUS Library collection.
Graduate students may wish to refer to Sociology Resources for Graduate Students libguide.
Contact your Resource Librarian for a research consultation.