Databases are a great places to find scholarly journal articles - including those that are peer-reviewed - on different topics. Here are a few databases that specialize in sociology and related subjects.
"Established in 1895 as the first US scholarly journal in its field, the American Journal of Sociology (AJS) presents pathbreaking work from all areas of sociology, with an emphasis on theory building and innovative methods. AJS strives to speak to the general sociology reader and is open to contributions from across the social sciences—sociology, political science, economics, history, anthropology, and statistics—that seriously engage the sociological literature to forge new ways of understanding the social."
"The British Journal of Sociology is a leading international sociological journal published on behalf of the London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE). With a focus on the social and democratic sociological questions of our times, this renowned journal leads the debate on key methodological and theoretical questions and controversies in contemporary sociology. Founded in 1895 by Beatrice and Sidney Webb, the LSE is one of the largest colleges within the University of London and has an outstanding reputation for academic excellence nationally and internationally."
"Social Problems, the official publication of The Society for the Study of Social Problems, is a quarterly journal that covers an extensive array of complex social concerns from race and gender to labor relations to environmental issues and human rights, it has been an important forum for sociological thought for over six decades. The journal brings to the forefront influential sociological findings and theories that have the ability to help us both better understand and better deal with our complex social environment."
"The Sociological Review is one of the world’s foremost journals for sociological inquiry in all traditions, with over 100 years of publishing high quality and innovative articles. The journal is committed to the far-reaching intellectualism of sociological thought as well as championing a cause: that sociology matters."