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Sociology Resources at the UTM Library

Sociology Course Resources

Below are course specific guides designed to support your research assignments.

SOC109 Introduction to Criminology, Law and Society (Winter 2024)

SOC221 Logic of Social Inquiry (Winter 2024, Dr. A. Sheely)

SOC224 Sociology of Education (Winter 2023)

SOC227 Sociology of Work and Occupations (Fall 2022)

SOC228 Introduction to Indigenous Studies (Fall 2023)

SOC306 Education and Social Control (Spring/Summer 2023)

SOC310 Youth Justice (Winter 2022)

SOC344 Sociological Approaches to Social Psychology (Winter 2023)

SOC345 Special Topics in Sociology: Families, the State and Social Policy (Winter 2024)

SOC349 Sociology of Food (Winter 2023)

SOC353 Borders and Human Rights (Fall 2022)

SOC410 Senior Seminar in Inequality (Fall 2022)

SOC416 Senior Seminar in the Sociology of Culture (Winter 2024)

SOC445 Sociology of Emotions (Fall 2022)

SOC446 Advanced Topics in Criminology, Law and Society (Fall 2022)


Centre for Student Engagement

Finding Articles: Key Databases

Finding Newspaper & Magazine Articles: Key Databases

Other Sociology Resources

Reference Sources

Citation Tools: ASA

For information and resources about other citations styles, visit the UTM Library's Reference Help Page.

Streaming Video

The University of Toronto Libraries provides digital access to a variety streaming video collections.  Below is just a selection.  For a more comprehensive list, visit UTL Streaming Video page.

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