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Research Methods in Sociology - Discipline in US High Schools - Kim Baker: Research

A guide to key databases for research on discipline in US High Schools, evaluating sources, citing sources in ASA, and using interlibrary loan are also provided.

Google Scholar

Use Google Scholar links provided by Rod Library when off campus to link to research purchased for you by UNI.

To locate recent research  in Google Scholar you will need to use the "Since" option on the upper-left hand side of the results page.

To learn more about using quotes and the intitle: command visit Advanced Research Techniques: Google Scholar 

 

Sociological Abstracts

Sociological Abstracts locates research in sociology and related disciplines in the social and behavioral sciences. The database provides abstracts of journal articles and citations to book reviews.

Searches in Sociological Abstracts can be limited to the article title or abstract or subject heading.

Results in Sociological Abstracts can be limited by publication date and to peer reviewed journals.

 

JSTOR

JSTOR provides full access to older research.  

To limit your search to "education" check the "Education" box below the search blanks prior to searching. 

Setting JSTOR to "Education" will allow you to search the full text of 175 education journals - some dating back to the 19th century. 

 

ASA Style (citing in ASA)

Interlibrary Loan (making the world your library).

Interlibrary Loan


Click on "Request a Loan Through Illiad"
to jump directly to Interlibrary Loan.
   

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