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Sociocultural Studies - New: Home

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SOC 202 Sociocultural Studies is a study of human culture, social structure, anthropology, and human interaction in society and the world.  Special attention is given to anthropological thought and theory, and the social institutions of society: the family, school, church, business, and government. 

This guide is designed to help you get started with your research for this and related classes. 

Browse the Library

If you want to just browse the Masland Library Shelves for books related to Sociocultural Studies use the call number ranges below. 

 

Call Number Range

Sociology (General)

HM1-1281

History of sociology.  History of sociological history

HM435-477

Schools of sociology,  Schools of social thought

HM461-473

Theory. Method. Relations to other subjects

HM481-554

Culture

HM621-656

Social Control

HM661-696

Social systems

HM701

Social structure

HM706

Groups and organizations

HM711-806

Community

HM756-781

Organizational sociology. Organization theory

HM811-821

Social institutions

HM826

Social change

HM831-901

Social psychology

HM1001-1281

Social perception. Social cognition. Including perception of the self and others, prejudices, stereotypes.

HM1041-1101

Interpersonal relations. Social behavior HM1106-1171
Social influence. Social pressure HM1176-1281
Social history and conditions. Social problems. Social reform HN1-995
The church and social problems HN30-39
Community centers. Social centers HN41-46
By region or country HN50-995

Research Consultation

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