Please note: This LibGuide has not been updated in a while!
If you're a student or instructor using this LibGuide for research, send me a quick email to let me know. I'll be happy to update sources and search tips for you and your assignment.
Remember this old dinosaur? You could search it 3 ways: Author, Title, SUBJECT.
Look for Subject headings in item descriptions & cut your searching time in half!
Take a quick look at these short screencasts. They'll show you exactly how to search! Each video is between 2-3 minutes in length and will open in a separate window or tab. Enjoy!
Welcome, John Algeo and students! I've prepared this LibGuide to help you complete your assignment. Information about off-campus access to Library databases is included, along with how-to videos, and other helpful links.
Find a study in one of the journals linked below.
Prepare a brief report as follows:
Preparation: the report should be no more than two pages. It may be typed or handwritten.
NOTE: Not all issues of the journals in JSTOR are available through the library's subscription! Beware of articles available via "external sites." They will ask for $$$ in order to view the most recent articles. (Aaaargh.)
Need help figuring out sociology terms? Confused by the lingo? These online reference sources can help!
Does the Library subscribe to a specific journal, magazine, or newspaper online? Try these journal locators to see if a full-text, online journal, magazine, or newspaper is available in a Library database or browse the journals published in a subject area.