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Sociology Links
 

The following links allow students to access different websites related to sociology.

Montgomery College Libraries
http://www.montgomerycollege.edu/library/

Prentice Hall Sociology
http://www.prenhall.com/lindsey/
This website includes quizzes, bulletin boards, and chartrooms that can help students study for tests.

World famous Sociologists and Sociological Theories
http://www2.fmg.uva.nl/sociosite/topics/sociologists.html

This site provides searching engine for famous Sociologists and Sociological theories.

Research Resources for the Sociology
http://socsciresearch.com/r7.html
Sociology encompasses a broad range of topics, and this site covers them all. Find links to economics, women's studies, demography, psychology, and more.

A Sociological Tour Through Cyberspace
A very extensive and well organized guide, this site provides information on and links to virtually every important topic in sociology.

Public Agenda Online: The Family
Explore current news, information, and public opinion surrounding the issue of family in America. This site also provides the opportunity to access similar presentations on other important issues in our society.

Dead Sociologists' Index
Visit this site to research the lives and contributions of many famous sociological thinkers.

IDEA: A Journal of Social Issues
This full-text online journal covers relevant sociological issues such as cults, mass movements, power, war, genocide, holocaust, and murder.

Research Resources for the Social Sciences
Sociology encompasses a broad range of topics, and this site covers them all. Find links to economics, women's studies, demography, psychology, and more.

Resources for Methods in Evaluation and Social Research
Explore resources for "how-to" methods of evaluation and social research. Research methods addressed include surveys, focus groups, sampling, interviews, and more.

American Sociological Association
This site provides information for sociologists, students, and the general public. Offerings include links on topics such as ethics and careers as well as access to sociological publications and the latest news in the field.

Electronic Journal of Sociology
Explore this online journal, which contains full text articles on sociological issues, free of charge.

 

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