This guide gives an overview of resources and materials available at NYU Libraries for research and instruction in sociology. Use the menu in the sidebar to navigate this guide.
Ready to jump in? Here are the top 4 things to know about starting your research in sociology:
1. Scholarly articles are indexed by two core databases:
2. Background information and broad overviews of a topic can be found in discipline-specific reference works, such as:
3. Manage all materials you find from various sources using a bibliographic management tool like RefWorks or Zotero to save, organize, and format all your citations.
4. Ask me when you get stuck or have a question! I'm here to help with your research needs--just email me.
This guide is a gateway into the discipline of sociology more broadly. For resources on specific topics or related disciplines, please browse the guides is this list or check out our other social sciences guides.
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