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This Library Guide will provide you with information in the related fields of Sociology.

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Welcome

This subject guide provides access to the Library's key resources relevant to the field of Sociology.

Explore the different resources and contact your personal librarian if you need any assistance.

Research Skills

Should you need information on how to select a topic, structure a keyword search, evaluate the search results, save and export search results and how to stay up to date on your research topic, also access the Research Skills Libguide.

Citation Analysis

Should you be interested in citation analysis for NRF rating, or citation tracking of your own research impact, or how to create your own ResearcherID, also access the Citation Analysis for NRF Rating Libguide

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