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SOC 211: Sociological Research Methods and Data Analysis (Oware): Home

Library resources for sociological research

Introduction

Welcome to the course guide for Sociology 211: Sociological Research Methods and Data Analysis taught by Dr. Oware. Please use the tabs at the top to find information for your research and interest. If you have any questions or comments about this guide, please let me know!

Electronic Reference Encyclopedia

Understanding the Research Cycle

Beginning Your Research

Oftentimes, the hardest part of a research projects is choosing and narrowing in on your topic. The videos below offers advice on thinking about how to narrow your topic to a manageable scale. 

Using a concept map to narrow your research topic

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