Search and Site Map
Unit 1: What is Sociology?
A. Read the following selections from the
Margin Notes by clicking on each link.
B. Watch these slide
presentations. When you click on one of the links below, a new screen will pop up. Use the scrollbar on the side of the
new screen to navigate.
You need Adobe Reader to view PDF files.
[Each may take a few minutes to
download. If a presentation looks a little fuzzy, refresh it once or twice and
it will sharpen.]
C. (Optional) Read the following chapters from the
X: Chapters X - X
X: Chapters X - X
The following Optional Links
are not required. Some are just for fun and some are designed to help you do
better in your course.
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Study Guides, Strategies
and Search Sites
Read Irving Hexham's
The Plague of Plagiarism if you are uncertain what constitutes plagiarism.
Five-Step Search Strategy
Your Search Skills
Search Engine Resources
From Google: Better Search Results
Google and Beyond
Getting the Most from Google
Beyond Google: Other Good Search Engines
Web Evaluation Questions
Recommended Search Engines
What Makes a Search Engine Good?
Invisible or Deep Web: What
It Is, How to Find It and Its Inherent Ambiguity
Recommended Subject Directories
to Do Boolean Searches in One Minute Flat
For more general reference sites, see also the
Tools page (See especially, the
Table of References
on that page.) or the