Multidisciplinary sources of book reviews:
TIP: You can also find book reviews by doing subject searches in the databases listed under Finding Magazine & Journal articles below. Limit your subject or author search to "book review" or "literature review."
Finding Books at Emory
To find books, journal holdings, music, videos or other materials located at any of the Emory libraries, search discoverE. You can search discoverE by keywords or phrases, author, title or periodical title. Check out "I am looking for books" for more helpful tips and information.
Below is a sample list of subject headings for sociology:
sociological jurisprudence (used for the sociology of law)
Subjects can be broken down by source format or topic:
Some subjects have a sub-heading for sociological aspects:
Finding Books Beyond Emory
A comprehensive catalog of items held by a wide-range of libraries including research and public institutions. Searchable by author, title and subject. Covers other formats beyond books but does not index journal articles.
To borrow books not at Emory. If books are available at local academic institutions (University of Georgia, Georgia Institute of Technology, Georgia State University) you may be able to borrow them with your Emory ID card.
Tip: Consider installing LibX Tool bar to your internet browser. This will allow you to quickly connect resources you locate to Emory holdings. For more information click here. For more tips on using discoverE, EUCLID, and WorldCat check out the Search Strategies Guide.