The study of influences of social and cultural factors on human behavior in areas such as diversity; aging; crime and deviance; gender; family; and human sexuality

What's in this guide

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The pages (tabs) in this Sociology subject guide provide information to assist you in doing research and writing reports for your Sociology courses at CM.

BOOKS contains links to ebrary and Credo Reference books that focus on sociology. The middle section has reference books in print at the Library. On the right, there is a search box for Minerva to locate additional print resources.

ARTICLES contains links to the best Sociology databases available for the CM community.

WEB RESOURCES contains links to Maine and Federal governmental sites; general sociology web sites; and sociology association sites.

CITATION Help contains information on how to use APA or MLA for creating your bibliography. The Library keeps both manuals on Reserve, so stop by the Circulation/Information Desk to use them in the Library.

CONTACT US provides multiple ways that you can contact the Library staff for help.


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