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SOC 312: Sociology Research Methods: Literature Review

APA Basics from Purdue OWL

APA basics from the Purdue OWL

Writing a Literature from the Purdue OWL:

"Literature reviews are designed to do two things: 1) give your readers an overview of sources you have explored while researching a particular topic or idea and 2) demonstrate how your research fits into the larger field of study"

About Paraphrasing

This is a great explanation of the differences between paraphrasing and quotes.

Writing a Literature Review

This video is for graduate students whose literature review is part of a larger work. A lot of the same principles apply to your project in SOC312 or SOC313.