The Blackwell dictionary of sociology : a user's guide to sociological language
Encyclopedia of Sociology
Critical Dictionary of Sociology
Encyclopedia of Social History
Statistical Abstract of the United States
California Statistical Abstract
The sociology student writer's manual
A Library Research Guide to Sociology by Cynthia Bruns
To locate books on sociology topics, use the following catalogs
CSUF OPAC -- Books, journals, and other materials in the CSUF Library
LINK+ -- Books, journals, and other materials in 7 CSU libraries and Claremont Colleges Libraries
Melvyl -- Books, journals, etc. in UC and other libraries in the state of California
WorldCat -- Books and other materials from libraries worldwide
To locate journal articles on sociology, use the following electronic journals and indexes/abstracts/full-text
databases. Your professor may require you to use articles from popular or scholarly and/or both publications.
Databases are available via the Library's home page under Finding Articles & More. To learn about
these databases, see All Databases Described or go to the web sites of the databases.
Electronic Journal Collections
To access government information (including U.S. Government, California, Local & State, International, and etc.),
start from Government Publications.
Background Notes (US State Department)
Country Studies (Library of Congress)
World Factbook (CIA)
United States Sources
U.S. Census Bureau
Historical Statistics of the United States (Reference Desk HA215 .D6 v. 1 & 2)
Statistical Abstracts of the United States (Ref Desk; DOCS Desk)
Demographic Yearbook (DOCS DESK HA17 .D45 1996)
California Statistical Abstracts
City County Regional Sources (See Orange County Information)
Focus Orange County
Orange County Official Home Page
Center for Demographic Research
How to find information on the Web?
How can I tell the good, beautiful, and
truthful from the bad, false, and ugly?
To learn more about how to evaluate web resources, please visit Evaluating Web Resources.
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