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A basic guide to assist sociology students in locating resources.
Last Updated: Jan 13, 2013 URL: http://libguides.lincolnu.edu/content.php?pid=420613 Print Guide RSS Updates

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Library of Congress Classification

Page Library uses the Library of Congress (LC) classification system to organize books by specific subjects.  The LC system uses letters and numbers to do this.

To browse the library's holdings for materials on a specific sociology topic, search for materials in the HM section in the General Stacks area (downstairs). Also, African-American related sociology topics can be found in the A.P. Marshall African-American and Ethnic Studies Collection (3rd floor)

Subclass HM: Sociology is a classification used by the Library of Congress Classification system under Class H -- Social Sciences. The following list includes book on sociology found in subclass HM.

Subclass HM

401-1281Sociology (General)

435-477 History of sociology. History of sociological theory

461-473..........Schools of sociology. Schools of social thought

481-554.......... Theory. Method. Relations to other subjects

621-656..........Culture

661-696..........Social control

701..........Social systems

706..........Social structure

711-806..........Groups and organizations

756-781..........Community

786-806.......... Organizational sociology. Organization theory

811-821.......... Deviant behavior. Social deviance

826..........Social institutions

831-901..........Social change

1001-1281.......... Social psychology

1041-1101..........Social perception. Social cognition

1106-1171.......... Interpersonal relations. Social behavior

1176-1281..........Social influence. Social pressure

 

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