How to study and write for Sociology

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Sociology Study Skills
From how to study read sociology to test taking tips to a section called " I Get A's in Math, but D's in Soc." Check it out.
http://www.uwsuper.edu/acaddept/si/sociology/skills.cfm
Reading and Memory Strategies for Sociology
Lots of sociology is lecture material. You will need to have good notes in order to succeed.
http://www.muskingum.edu/~cal/database/content/sociology4.html
Test Taking Skills
Includes Recognizing and Decoding Questions as well as answering a question, finding evidence and providing examples.
http://sociology.rice.edu/Content.aspx?id=106
Critical thinking in the Social Sciences
This has 4 parts: Assumptions, Singular Explanation, Numbers Misuse and Bias.
http://faculty.valenciacollege.edu/tbyrnes/poscritical.htm
Sociology Vocabulary
Studying Soc? Get a head start by learning the vocabulary.
http://facstaff.gpc.edu/~wguyton/sociology/SocVocabulary.htm
Sociology
The 3 characteristics of sociological writing that you need to pay attention to are : argument, evidence, and units of analysis. This resource will give you a full explanation of what this means, plus the kinds of writing assignments often given in sociology classes.
http://writingcenter.unc.edu/handouts/sociology/
Writing in Sociology   PDF file PDF file
Extensive resource from key sociological concepts to the writing process. How to get started and find a good question. Do you know what a literature review is? Print off this pdf file for your sociology papers!
http://sociology.uconn.edu/forms/Writing_for_Sociology.pdf
Writing Sociology Papers   NEW
Includes a section on how to cite sources in Sociology as well as a section on Empirical Research Papers.
http://www.geneseo.edu/sociology/sociology_papers
A Quick Style Guide for Students Writing Sociology Papers   PDF file PDF file  NEW
This comes from the American Sociological Association Style Guide. Warning: this reference is old and you may want to check on updates. But at least it will give you a format and see what sociologists are looking for in citations
https://www.du.edu/ahss/docs/sociology/ASA_quick_style_guid.pdf
Writing in Social and Cultural Sciences Courses
Includes both what kinds of writing assignments to expect as well as how to include valid evidence.
http://www.marquette.edu/wac/departmental/MarquetteUniversityWritinginSOCSCourses.shtml