Researching Sociology on the Internet
Prepared by D.R. Wilson of Houston Baptist University, this guide is designed to assist sociology students with doing research on the internet. Part one contains general information necessary to get started and answers questions about security, the type of sociology material available on the internet, the information that is reliable and the sites that are not, the best ways to find research, and the best links to take students where they want to go. Part two looks at each main topic in the area of sociology and refers students to sites where they can obtain the most enlightening research and information.
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