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New Books in the Sociology Collection

Books in the subject of Sociology are located on the 3rd floor.

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Diversity Research and Policy - Steven Knotter (Editor); Rob De Lobel (Editor); Lena Tsipouri (Editor); Vanja Stenius (Editor)
Call Number: HM1271 .D58 2011
ISBN: 9085550440
Publication Date: 2011
Diversity Research and Policy: A Multidisciplinary Exploration provides insight into the role diversity plays in a wide range of academic disciplines, such as anthropology, sociology, psychology, economics, linguistics, business management, criminology, law, ecology and urban planning...


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  • Recent/Current information:  use article databases.  
  • Older, historical more detailed information: use books or encyclopedias  
  • Browse the book collection:  call numbers beginning with HM in the 2nd floor reference section and 3rd floor general books collection.   Use the Find Books tab above for a more detailed list of call numbers.
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