Welcome! This guide will help you ask, investigate, and answer research questions in sociology. In particular, you'll find key resources that map onto your assignments this semester with International Migration (SOC 0315).
We'll also connect you with key resources at the library + where to ask questions.
Research is an iterative process. Image embedded from McMaster University
Here is a roadmap for finding and analyzing migration-related sources from broad to specific. Each step here corresponds to a course page on the lefthand side of this guide:
Welcome! As a Social Science Data Librarian, I provide support to learners and researchers in sociology. You are welcome to reach out to me at any point - whether it's about an assignment, research project, dataset or tool, or something else.
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You can access all electronic resources linked form this guide when you are physically on campus, logged in via Shibboleth, or using the Brown VPN.
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