Library Home Page
The libraries' many resources are available through the home page. These resources include a vast array of electronic databases.
- Library Search to find books and journals
- Databases to find resources that will direct you to articles
- eJournals to track down journals that are available online
- Document Delivery/ Interlibrary Loan (DD/ILL) to request books and articles that are not available to you on your campus
Resources for Sociology
Library Research and Resources
This guide will introduce you to library research and resources for sociology at UConn. The tabs will help you:
- Find scholarly books
- Find book reviews in academic journals
As long as you have a NetID and password, off-campus access requires no special instructions.
When you try to access a UConn-only resource (such as a research database), you will be prompted to log in using your NetID/password. Once you've logged in, you can open other UConn-only resources without having to login again.
Tip: If you're on a public computer, you'll want to exit the browser to protect your private information (including your NetID & password).
Forgot your NetID and/or password? Visit UConn's NetID Web.
Bibliographic Citations: American Sociological Association
ASA Style, Book Review
2 Publication date
3 Title of book review
4 Name of periodical
5 Volume number
6 Issue number
7 Page numbers
Example: Fisher, Victor B. 2004. Review of People and the Land through Time: Linking Ecology and History, by Emily W. B. Russell. Western Historical Quarterly 30:94-95.