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SOCIOL 495S: Sociology Honors Thesis Seminar: Getting Started

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Special Privileges for Honors Students

Check out what the services the Duke Libraries offer students writing honors theses.

Welcome to the research guide for your Honors Seminar. Use this guide to help you get started with your thesis. You might also want to take a look at some of our other research guides, depending on your topics.

Read more about what the library offers students writing honors theses:

Introductions to Sociology

Your Librarian

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Linda Daniel
Contact:
Duke University Libraries
233 Perkins Library
Email:: linda.daniel@duke.edu
Phone: 919-660-5927

Make Your Thesis More Visible

Adding your Thesis to DukeSpace

DukeSpace is the Library’s open access repository for the scholarly output of faculty, students, and the greater Duke research community.  

To provide enhanced access, storage, and preservation of exemplary student work, you can submit your thesis paper electronically using the Library’s DukeSpace digital repository. Your work will be web accessible under a Creative Commons license and assigned a persistent URL. 

Recent Duke dissertations, theses, master’s projects, undergraduate honors theses as well as open access copies of Duke faculty articles are part of the repository.