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SAGE Research Methods is an online collection of books, articles, research project planners and a research methods webpage for sociology.
We have made Research Tutorials to help with questions, such as How do I choose a research topic?
Sometimes browsing a list of topics may help. Check the 600+ topics listed in Global Issues in Context.
Check the topics listed in Global Issues in Context. This resource provides different types of information resources, including a curated list of websites. Here's a sample from the database:
NOTE: Use the citation tools provided by the database. For APA style citation questions, search in the APA Style Blog--the style keeps changing as more information options appear!
Sage Research Methods is a collection of reference books, handbooks and manuals on research. Useful Project Planners give brief overviews of research, such as literature review (and how to have a successful one), sampling and online surveys. Try out the widget below.
Visit the Research Tutorials Guide for quick video/slides/checklists how-to-do research!
Helpful Hints from Sage Research Methods Online include:
Search for articles, books, media and more with Scholar OneSearch.
If you know the title of a book, journal or video. . .
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