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Sociology 380: Social Research Methods: Welcome!

A Guide to Library Resources for Sociology 380

Welcome!

Welcome! This guide has been created to assist you finding and using library resources for your Sociology 380 research assignments. Our library is one of the largest publicly funded university library in the world. It can seem a bit overwhelming at first, but it is truly a treasure trove for scholars. All of the University of Illinois Library’s resources are available to you as you do your research–so start exploring, have fun, and don’t hesitate to ask questions!

Social Research Methods introduces the foundations of social research and to the major types of research methods employed in sociology. Provides exposure to the major tools and terminology of social research, including the use of computers in sociology. Topics include: research design, finding and using sociology literature, measurement, sampling, survey research, field methods, use of available data, quantitative data analysis and presentation, and computer resources for research.

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