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1 kit (6 handbooks, 1 set of 100 flash cards, 2 DVD's, 1 CD-ROM, 1 quick start guide, 1 poster, 1 letter, 1 sheet) : ill., col. maps ; in case 26 x 32 x 7 cm.
  • Welcome to the United States: a guide for new immigrants
  • Bienvenidos a los Estados Unidos de América: guía para inmigrantes nuevos
  • Civics flash cards
  • Learn about the United States: quick civics lessons for the new naturalization test
  • USCIS naturalization interview and test (DVD)
  • Citizen's almanac
  • Pocket size Declaration of Independence and Constitution of the United States
  • Expanding ESL, civics, and citizenship education in your community: a start-up guide
  • Quick start guide, welcome to the civics and citizenship toolkit!
  • Letter
  • Make the journey towards citizenship with publications from the federal government
  • A promise of freedom: an introduction to U.S. history and civics for immigrants
  • (DVD) Becoming a U.S. citizen: an overview of the naturalization process (Flash presentation)
  • 1 poster.
Law Library (Crown)
1 computer optical disc ; 4 3/4 in.
Data files on disc: 1996, 1998 & 2000 general elections, and 1998 & 2000 primary elections (all data by 2000 census blocks).
"Database merges voter registration and election returns to the census data. Voter registration data as well as electoral returns, however, are collected in precincts, whose boundaries change in many cases in every election. Thus in order to compare political behavior over time, the Database aggregates voting, registration, and census data up to a common geographical level, and then breaks them down - or disaggregates them - to the census block"--Statewide database web page, "What are the data?" (http://swdb.berkeley.edu/about/datadesc.html).
Law Library (Crown)
1 CD-ROM : sd., col. ; 4 3/4 in.
  • In the beginning
  • Campaign Biographies
  • The chair: symbols in campaign communication
  • Campaign issues then and now
  • Elections, culture, and foreign policy
  • Delivering negative messages.
Beginning with the first televised campaign advertisement, this title surveys the early history of political commercials and discusses their growing impact on elections. The multimedia presentation provides a set of categories for analysis and provides questions about modern campaigning.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)
Media & Microtext Center
1 CD-ROM ; 4 3/4 in. + 1 user's guide (25 p. ; 23 cm.) + 1 booklet (23 p. ; 12 cm.)
  • 1948 American National Election Study (ICPSR 7218)
  • 1952 American National Election Study (ICPSR 7213)
  • 1956 American National Election Study (ICPSR 9714)
  • 1958 American National Election Study (ICPSR 7215)
  • 1960 American National Election study (ICPSR 7216)
  • 1962 American National Election study (ICPSR 7217)
  • 1964 American National Election study (ICPSR 7235)
  • 1966 American National Election study (ICPSR 7259)
  • 1868 American National Election study (ICPSR 7281)
  • 1970 American National Election study (ICPSR 7298)
  • 1972 American National Election study (ICPSR 7010)
  • 1974 American National Election study (ICPSR 7355)
  • 1980 American National Election study (ICPSR 7763)
  • 1982 American National Election study (ICPSR 9042)
  • 1984 American National Election study (ICPSR8298)
  • 1986 American National Election study (ICPSR 8678)
  • 1988 American National Election study (ICPSR 9196)
  • 1990 American National Election study (ICPSR 9548)
  • 1992 American National Election study (ICPSR 6067 --1994 American National Election study (ICPSR 6507)
  • American Panel Study 1956, 1958, 1960 (ICPSR 7252)
  • American National Election Series 1972-1974-1976 (ICPSR 7607)
  • 1980 American National Election Study Major Panel File (ICPSR 7763)
  • 1984 Continuous Monitoring Study (ICPSR 8298)
  • 1988 Presidential Nomination Process ("Super Tuesday" ) Study (ICPSR 9093)
  • 1988-1990-1992 Pooled Senate Election Study (ICPSR 9580)
  • 1952-1992 Natioal Election Studies Cumulative FIle (ICPSR 9475).
A comprehensive and easily accessible data resourse derived from the American National Election Studies. Contains time-series data from biennial national electrions from 1948 to 1994 and selected panel studies conducted accross years.
Green Library
11 computer disks ; 5 1/4 in. + 1 sheet.
Directory of demographic and economic information sources at the state level of the U.S. Types of information available include: market information, company intelligence, technology assistance, legislation policy, mailing lists, data bases, management assistance, consumer information.
Green Library
"Information on computer systems and their related central processing units ... acquired by the federal government by Sept. 30 .... [Excludes equipment] built in-house or modified to special government design and integral to space or weapons systems"--P. 1 of 1983 printed ed.
Green Library
data file ( logical records) codebook
The ICPSR collection of historical election data contains county- level returns for over ninety percent of all elections to the offices of president, governor, United States senator and representative from 1788 through 1984. For the 1968 through 1984 elections, returns for another state-wide office (usually attorney general or secretary of state) in addition to governor as well. The data files contain returns for all parties and candidates (as well as the write-in, or scattering vote, if available for individual states) and for special elections as well as regularly scheduled contests.
Green Library
There are two indices on the non-party political committee data tape. The Spread files contain a record for each non-party committee arranged alphabetically by identification number. The Crosstabs files contain one or more records for each non-party committee arranged alphabetically by identification number.
Green Library
Green Library
Contains pre-election and post-election survey. The survey obtained data on actual vote and reasons for voting. In addition the following domestic and foreign policy issues were explored: government involvement in housing and utilities, guaranteed employment, school aid, foreign aid, negro housing and employment, military aid to anti-communist nations, and school integration.
Green Library
Green Library
The file contains data from a survey of political and social questions conducted shortly after the 1970 election. A survey was administered to a national sample of adults 18 years and older including a supplementary sample of black respondents to provide a broader black sample for research purposes. Questions about the respondent include: personal financial situation, present and future expectations, voting and political affiliation, religious preference, ethnic and class identification, union membership, spouse employment, parental background, education, occupation, and knowledge of political facts. Questions about political and social issues include: Vietnam, government power, civil rights and integration, urban and school disturbances, inflation, pollution, national health insurance, governmental responsiveness, and political and personal effectiveness.
Green Library
Raw and percentagized returns for all presidential elections from 1824 to 1972 are included in this state-level data set. Data are presented for major candidates as well as the most significant minor party candidates in each election. The data were matched-merged and the parties fixed-formatted for all states in the file.
Green Library
Contains pre-election and post-election surveys. The pre-election survey focused on attitudes toward political parties, candidates, and specific issues as well as political and personal background. The post-election survey focused on the actual vote and voting-related behavior. The specific issues include social welfare, Negro employment, Taft-Hartley law, Korea, Communism in China, and U.S. involvement in world problems.
Green Library
Contains post-election survey. The survey obtained data on actual vote and reasons for voting. In addition the following domestic and foreign policy issues were explored: government involvement in housing and utilities, guaranteed employment, school aid, foreign aid, Negro housing and employment, military aid to anti-communist nations, and school integration.
Green Library
The data for this study are derived from an interviewing program across three SRC studies, the 1956 Presidential Pre- and Post-Election, 1958 Congressional, and 1960 Presidential Pre- and Post-Election Studies.
Green Library
A study designed to descibe and explain the rates of political participation among adult Blacks in the South, including voting behavior, political discussion, degree of political organizational activity, participation in demonstrations, and communication with public officials as modes of political participation. Specific variables pertain to black leadership, effectiveness of black organizations, attitudes of white leaders and officials, the effect of electoral laws on black participation, perceptions of the major parties, party identification, and feelings on race relations. Information was obtained from a white adult sample of 694 respondents, a black adult sample of 618 respondents, and a black college student sample of 264 respondents. Data were collected by interviewers of the same race as the respondent in March-August 1961 for the adult samples and January-March 1962, for the student sample. Identical questions were asked of the two adult samples.
Green Library
Contains pre-election and post-election surveys. In the pre-election survey respondents were interviewed about attitudes toward political parties, candidates, and specific issues (e.g. housing, school aid, employment, foreign aid, communism, government-subsidized medical care, and integration). The post-election survey emphasized the impact of televised debates between the candidates.
Green Library
The American National Election Studies are national surveys carried out by the Survey Research Center (SRC) or by the Center for Political Studies (CPS) of The Institute for Social Research at The University of Michigan. They are based on multistage representative cross-section samples of citizens of voting age, living in private households. Each study contains information from interviews conducted with 1,000 to 2,000 respondents. The samples are representative of the four major regions (Northeast, North Central, South, and West) of the coterminous United States. The 1972 election study was a major interdisciplinary project covering public attitudes in a wide range of areas. Questions dealing with women's liberation, racial attitudes, and the relations of various social groups were asked in addition to the traditional election study topics. Additionally, data on economic attitudes, payment of federal income tax, feelings about the quality of life, and various cultural attitudes were obtained.
Green Library
The focus of the study was on several dimensions of political participation both at the national and local levels. In addition, basic background information was obtained and respondents were asked to discuss recent important changes and problems within their communities, group relations within their communities, and to evaluate the local and national political systems.
Green Library