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General Sociology

Databases (Find Articles and Reports)

Academic Search Elite For current UWest patrons only. Mixed abstract and full-text.

This database contains full text for more than 2,100 core academic journals for various topics.

Digital Commons Network

"...includes a growing collection of peer-reviewed journal articles, book chapters, dissertations, working papers, conference proceedings, and other original scholarly work." A large part of this database includes articles on social and behavioral sciences.

IssueLab

"Collecting, connecting, and sharing knowledge about critical social issues." Includes gray literature such as policy papers, reports, and proceedings.

OSF Preprints

Preprint network, contains articles from various subjects that are unpublished but uploaded to preprint servers to make their findings immediately available and receive feedback before submission to journals.

Popline Mixed abstract and full-text.

Search and research the world's reproductive health literature.

ProQuest Research Library For current UWest patrons only. Mixed abstract and full-text.

This database includes articles from journals such as Contemporary SociologyEconomics & SociologyQualitative Sociology, etc.

Social Science Research Network Mixed abstract and full-text.

This database includes published articles, preprints (unpublished articles made immediately available online to receive feedback before submission to journals), working papers, and other grey literature. Research network subscriptions and follow features may require personal accounts. 

Video Databases

Films on Demand: Sociology Videos For current UWest patrons only.

Over 3,000 online videos on various topics related to sociology. Use the filters on the right to filter through the list.

News

The Society Pages

"...presenting brief discussions of compelling and timely imagery that span the breadth of sociological inquiry."