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RSOC 110: Introduction to Rural Society   Tags: casestudy, community, rural, society, sociology  

A guide to finding resources for the community case study assignment.
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They provide assistance on finding opinion polls, social surveys, census, education, and health data; also provide help on preparing data sets for analysis in SPSS, SAS, STATA, and ArcGIS.


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I am also available to assist you with your project - my contact information is displayed on all the pages of this guide.


Melody Allison, ACES Librarian


Finding Local Communities Information

Welcome to the RSOC 110: Introduction to Rural Society Library Research Guide!  

This guide will help you complete your Community Case Study assignment, specifically in finding community history and culture information and for constructing a demographic profile.

U of I Libraries

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Online Journals Databases - contains links to all U of I Library resources. 

The following campus libraries may be useful for your project:

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Funk Agricultural, Consumer and Environmental Sciences (ACES) Library
200 ACES Library, Information, and Alumni Center (LIAC)
1101 South Goodwin Avenue
Urbana, IL 61801
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