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On this page you find the most important sources of information in the field of Sociology.
Selected article databases for Sociology
Bibliographic database for the field of sociology and related fields
Web of Science
Citation database with multidisciplinary coverage of journals, as well as international proceedings. With cited reference searching.
Bibliographic database for the field of psychology
Bibliographic database for the field of education
International Bibliography of the Social Sciences (IBSS)
Bibliographic database with references on sociology, political science, economics and anthropology
Scopus is the largest abstract and citation database of peer-reviewed literature: scientific journals, books and conference proceedings.
A list of available current newspapers and a newspaper archive, licensed by the library or freely available online
Financial Times This link opens in a new window
British online newspaper that focuses on business and economic current affairs.
Financieele Dagblad This link opens in a new window
Dutch newspaper focused on business and economics
The New York Times This link opens in a new window
Online access to The New York Times articles from 1851-1922 and from 1980 to the present.
Nexis Uni This link opens in a new window
Dutch and foreign newspapers and other sources for news and journalism.
Online archive Dutch newspapers
Delpher (kranten) This link opens in a new window
Digitized Dutch newspapers from 1618 to 1995
Selected journals for Sociology
The selection of journals below is limited to general sociology journals, and inevitably somewhat arbitrary. For a more complete, alphabetical list, see
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