Finding resources for your Social Sciences dissertation

A webinar for the On Track for Your Masters programme

  • Wed 16 Jun 21

    12:00 - 13:00

  • Online

  • Event speaker

    Sandy Macmillen

  • Event type

    Workshops, training and support

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This session provides a broad overview to help you undertake a successful literature search in the social sciences.

We will look at the kinds of sources available to you - such as reference material, handbooks, academic books & journal articles, news & media, primary sources, Web sources - why these could be important to your research, and how to find them. The session will introduce some of the major resources available to you, both across the social sciences in general and at a more detailed subject level.

The session is relevant to anyone interested in the social sciences & should be particularly useful for students in EBS, Economics, Government, Language & Linguistics, Psychosocial & Psychoanalytic Studies, and Sociology.

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For more information

This workshop is running as part of the wider On Track for Your Masters programme. Find out more information about this programme of events on our On Track webpage.

Library Services are here to support you in your studies. We offer support and resources to help you with finding information, evaluating resources, referencing, and more. All Library Services workshops can be booked via CareerHub. Visit our webpages to find out more about our services and how we can help you.