This guide is intended for students and researchers at the University of Oxford seeking support in Sociology, although students and researchers from any field may find it useful. Use this guide to find out about printed and online resources, including ebooks, ejournals, databases, and special collections for Sociology. Houses the collections in Politics, International Relations and Sociology,and is the library for taught course provision in this subject, along with first level research material, contemporary works including legal deposit , and the core journal collection. Holds many important Western language sociological works from the 19th Century onwards and extensive collections of both historical and contemporary sociological interest.
ProQuest Dissertations and Theses Solutions
ProQuest - Dissertations & Theses
The Bodleian Library has purchased copies of some UK theses. Theses from other universities held in Oxford are not all catalogued in a uniform way. Adding the word 'thesis' as a keyword in SOLO may help, but this is unlikely to find all theses, and may find published works based upon theses as well as unpublished theses. Some early theses accepted for higher degrees and published before are held in the Bodleian Library but are not yet catalogued on SOLO. These holdings can be found in the Foreign Dissertations Catalogue card index.
Frequently Asked Questions
Yes, you can embargo your work, which restricts public access for a specified period of time. You may choose to restrict access to your work for six months, one year, two years, or six years, depending on your school's embargo policies. Consult with your advisor about your wish to restrict access to your thesis or dissertation. Your school or program must approve any embargo request.
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