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Library Research and Resources for Sociology
Last Updated: Nov 17, 2013 URL: http://libguides.usc.edu/sociology Print Guide RSS UpdatesEmail Alerts

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Research Quick Start: Sociology

For more resources, see the Find Books and Find Journal Articles pages.

  • Sociological Abstracts
    International selection of sociology and related social science journals, plus conference papers, books and dissertations.
  • Web of Knowledge (Web of Science)
    Tip: To increase the relevancy of results, limit your search to the Social Sciences Citation Index using the check boxes below the search field.
  • ProQuest Research Library
    Large, interdisciplinary database including journals, newspapers and other publications, with many in full text.
  • Homer
    USC Library's catalog of books.
  • Inter-Library Loan
    Request books and articles not available through USC Libraries.

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Research Assistance

    • Sociology Librarian
      Email the sociology librarian, Katharin Peter (kpeter@usc.edu), to request an appointment.
    • Doheny Library Reference Desk Hours
      Visit or call the Doheny Library Reference Desk to speak with a USC librarian directly: (213) 740-4039. Click link (above) for today's hours.
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      See options for contacting a librarian in-person or by phone, email or 24/7 chat.

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    Sociology Librarian

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    Katharin Peter
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    VKC Library, B40a
    213.740.1700
    kpeter@usc.edu
     
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