Contexts is a quarterly magazine published by the American Sociological Association.
(Click here for full-text access to this magazine through UF Libraries).
Go to the magazine's website (Contexts.org) to visit a community of sociology blogs. Some current blog postings are visible below:
The library system at UF has a huge amount of information on various sociology topics. It can be difficult to know where to start. Use this guide to get familiar with some hand-picked resources to help you with your research assignments. This guide will recommend books, journals, databases, videos, websites, and more! If you would like more help, contact your subject librarian or contact the Research Assistance Desk at Library West. Good luck and happy searching!
Below are style guides used in many courses. You may want to invest in your own copies of the guides you will use most often when you write class papers. Print copies of these guides are available in UF Libraries.
Online Writing Help
The Purdue Online Writing Lab (OWL) is an excellent online source for writing guides. Handouts for major citation styles are linked below: