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Sociology Guide: Sociology Research Home

This guide is designed to help students do research within the fields of sociology, anthropology, and criminal justice.

Elizabeth Fox

Elizabeth Fox

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Welcome

Welcome to the sociology research guide. The contents of this guide are intended to help you do research within the broad discipline of sociology and all it's sub-disciplines like criminal justice and human resources. If you have any questions while doing your research, the librarians at Briggs Library are happy to help you. The librarian who works with the sociology department is listed to the left but any librarian will be able to help you.

Guides to Fields Related to Sociology

How To Guides

Research Evaluation Tools

There are tools that help you get a paper ready for publication and can help you measure the impact of a paper after it is published.

Check out these revewing systems:

Paper Critic

Peer Evaluation

Here are some sites to help track the impact of your research:

Academia.edu

Citeulike

Research Gate

See more altmetric sites here.

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