For many, the idea of using a book to locate information might seem old fashioned. But, the reality is that there is still a lot of information NOT available online. The library owns a wide variety of print resources on topics related to sociology, all of which can be found using the online catalog.
Our extensive collection of reference books are a great starting point for your research projects, allowing you to learn about your topic, before you start searching for articles in our many databases.
Because sociology covers so many subjects, the library's collection is located in a number of different places. Therefore, it's always a good idea to find the call number before venturing upstairs to make sure that you're in the right place.
If you're feeling adventurous, though, and just want to browse through our collection, here's a partial guide to the Library of Congress call number ranges to get you started: