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Family Studies: Finding Books

This is a guide to resources for family studies research. It will lead you to databases with helpful journal articles, books, websites, and other resources.

Search for Books and eBooks

LibrarySearch provides a simple, one-stop search for books, articles, videos, recordings, and more. Items from St. Thomas and other regional libraries can be requested online and delivered to the St. Thomas library of your choice. My account

Blackwell Encyclopedia of Sociology

Sage Research Methods for Family Studies

Oxford Handbooks Online

Oxford Handbooks Online

Annual Reviews

Electronic Statistical Resources for Family Studies

These resources are available electronically through the CLICnet catalog. These links will take you to CLICnet where you will find the St. Thomas link for the full-text online resource.

The first four resources are all published by The New Strategist editors. Like other resource by this publisher, this book provides statistical charts and tables on a particular age group. Topics covered include Education, Health, and Living Arrangements. it also includes a section which provides Web sites and phone numbers for contacts, agencies and government organizations which can be contacted for further information. A glossary, a bibliography of other resources, and a subject index are included.

The last resource covers information on children in Minnesota.