Today's Hours:

Sociology and Criminal Justice: Advanced Research Methods (MSC 5603)

These are a selection of books, ebooks, websites, and databases where you can find content specific to Criminology, including theories, data, and case studies.

If you don't find what you need here, also try searching your keywords in the Discovery search-box. Use Advanced Search and select "Subject" or "Title" fields in which to search your keywords.

Sociology & Criminal Justice Databases

When you search an individual EBSCOhost database for articles, all of its helpful tools will be available, including Subject Terms, Cited References (an article's bibliography of related articles), and Times Cited (later articles that cite your chosen article). Cited References and Times Cited are great for doing literature reviews.

JSTOR has full-text of journals going back decades in some cases, but not the latest articles; it's especially good for literature reviews or a historical perspective on a topic. Go to HeinOnline if your topic involves a legal issue such as discrimination, governmental regulation, or criminal law.

To find book-length dissertations and theses on a sociology or criminal justice topic (including some written as early as the nineteenth century), use ProQuest Dissertations and Theses. Many are available in full-text; others may require interlibrary loan.



Look for more ebooks like these: