You can search for both print books and e-books in our new platform, Omni. Omni will search the holdings of all libraries at Wilfrid Laurier University, the University of Waterloo, and the University of Guelph, or you can extend your search to the 14 other Ontario Universities collaborating with us to provide better service. You can borrow print book you find in Omni, and you can access e-books you find in Omni too, from both on-campus and off-campus. Only ebook titles that Laurier owns access to will be displayed.
- To limit your search to only books, select Resource Type in the left bar and choose Books & eBooks and then click on "Apply filter". I often find it useful to sort the resulting list by "Date newest" which shows you the most recently published book first.
Sociology books are found on our 6th floor, in the HM call number area. To see which call numbers go on which floor, you can use our floor maps guide (it’s on our website under “Locations” > “Floor plans”).
Sociology Call Numbers
|HM 711-806||Groups and Organizations|
|HM 1001-1281||Social Psychology|
|HM 1106-1171||Interpersonal Relations|
|HN 1-995||Social History and Conditions|
|HQ 12-449||Sexual Life|
|HQ 503-1064||Family, Marriage, Home|
|HS 1-3371||Societies: secret, benevolent, etc.|
|HT 51-1595||Communities. Classes. Races|
|HV 1-9960||Social pathology. Social and public welfare. Criminology|
|HX 1-970.7||Socialism. Communism. Anarchism|
|A comprehensive assessment of over 100 sociological fields, as well as an examination of the development of sociological inquiry|
|Encyclopedia of Sociology (2001)||Classic sociological reference text covering core issues such as race, poverty, violence, economics, pregnancy and abortion|
|Reference text for sociology, criminology, cultural anthropology, social psychology, and economics|
|A comprehensive and authoritative dictionary of sociological terms. Over 2,500 entries|
|Core research resources and bibliographies for many sociological fields such as deviance, norms, health, and aging|
Also see the Library's Data and Statistics page for a complete listing of statistics-related resources.
Discover resources, news, and research from Canada's national statistical agency
|<odesi>||The Library's searchable repository of microdata from StatCan surveys and Canadian polling data. Create your own tables, or expect data into SPSS, SAS, and Stata|
Campaign results, voter turnout, and campaign finance information. Click on Resource Centre for reports and publications
Juristat is Statistics Canada’s annual publication for crime and justice statistics, such as homicide rates and violent crime rates by region. See topics by browsing by Chronological Index in the left-hand menu
Uses administrative data to analyze incidence, prevalence, and outcomes of chronic conditions and disease in Canada
Identifies and tracks sources of women's health data, reports, and reviews
|Statistics and analysis on the Canadian health care system|
|Measures the social well-being of Canadians|
|Develop basic socio-economic profiles for communities in Canada|