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Sociology resources from the Sojourner Truth Library at SUNY New Paltz
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    You can use this guide as your starting point for research in Sociology.

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      Book Example

      Books can provide contextual information for specific peer reviewed journal articles. Books are sources of selective bibliographies (lists of citations of important information sources).

      Boutros, Alexandra, and Straw, Will. Culture of Cities : Circulation and the City : Essays on Urban Culture. Montreal, QC, CAN: MQUP, 2010. ProQuest ebrary. Web. 2 September 2014.

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      Crowder, K., & Downey, L. (2010). Interneighborhood Migration, Race, and Environmental Hazards: Modeling Microlevel Processes of Environmental Inequality. American Journal Of Sociology, 115(4), 1110-1149.



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