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SOC306 Education and Social Control

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Finding Journal Articles

Use the databases below to find scholarly peer-reviewed journal articles for your assignments.  Need help with Boolean operators?  Check out our Searching with Boolean Operators guide.

Need help developing keywords?  Watch the video below and download our Keyword Worksheet.

Need help using Sociological Abstracts?  Check out our video below.  

Need more help with Boolean operators?  Check out our Searching with Boolean Operators guide.

Not sure if your article is peer-reviewed? Check out our video for instructions on how to search Ulrich's Periodical.

Sociology Style Guide

Below is the UTM Department of Sociology's ASA (American Sociological Association) Style Guide:

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