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American History; Anthropology and Archaeology; Race and Ethnicity
Indexes works from the sixteenth century to the present, including monographs, essays, journal articles, dissertations and U.S. and Canadian government publications. Areas covered include native American topics and issues, including education, anthropology, psychology, political science, sociology, and legal and medical research.
This bibliography, from Human Relations Areas Files (HRAF), contains the citations from the cumulative eight volumes of the Ethnographic bibliography of North America as well as additional new citations.
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General and Reference Works; American History; Statistical and Numeric Data; Economics and Business; Sociology; Law; Communication and Journalism; Government Information: International and Foreign; Government Information: United States; Government Information: State and Local; Political Science
Provides access to statistical information produced by U.S. Federal agencies, States, private organizations, and major intergovernmental organizations.
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Sociology; Spanish, Portuguese and Latin American Studies; Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender Studies
The Left Index is a complete guide to the diverse literature of the left, with an emphasis on political, economic, social and culturally engaged scholarship inside and outside of academia. Coverage includes more than 507,000 citations and abstracts (with some full text) and spans from 1982 and earlier to present.
Database topics
American History; American Literary Studies; News
Digital versions of selections from Cornell University Library's collection. Features monograph volumes and journal articles published in the nineteenth century. Focuses on the major journal literature of the period, ranging from general interest publications to those with more targeted audiences such as agriculture. Links to the University of Michigan's collection by the same title.
"The Making of America (MOA) is a digital library of primary sources in American social history from the Antebellum period through Reconstruction. A joint effort of the University of Michigan and Cornell University, the database is housed on two servers, one at Cornell and one at Michigan. At this writing, MOA contains 1.5 million pages from 19th century monographs and journals. According to the site, particular strengths of the Michigan collection are education, psychology, American history, sociology, religion, and science and technology, while Cornell focuses mainly on digitizing general interest periodicals. The sites are comprised of pages scanned from the original volumes using Optical Character Recognition software, and are full-text searchable and accessible through screen reader software. The collections can be searched using limiters, proximity operators, material types and time periods. It is also possible to browse by journal title and volume or article title and author. Both sites also feature excellent help guides. Given the wide variety of resources, MOA is useful for upper-elementary through graduate school study"--"Best Free Reference Web Sites 2003," RUSA Quarterly, Fall 2003; reviewed Apr. 12, 2003.
Database topics
American History; American Literary Studies; News
Digital versions of selections from University of Michigan Library's collection. Features monograph volumes and journal articles published in the nineteenth century. Focuses on the major journal literature of the period, ranging from general interest publications to those with more targeted audiences such as agriculture. Links to the Cornell University Library collection by the same title.
"The Making of America (MOA) is a digital library of primary sources in American social history from the Antebellum period through Reconstruction. A joint effort of the University of Michigan and Cornell University, the database is housed on two servers, one at Cornell and one at Michigan. At this writing, MOA contains 1.5 million pages from 19th century monographs and journals. According to the site, particular strengths of the Michigan collection are education, psychology, American history, sociology, religion, and science and technology, while Cornell focuses mainly on digitizing general interest periodicals. The sites are comprised of pages scanned from the original volumes using Optical Character Recognition software, and are full-text searchable and accessible through screen reader software. The collections can be searched using limiters, proximity operators, material types and time periods. It is also possible to browse by journal title and volume or article title and author. Both sites also feature excellent help guides. Given the wide variety of resources, MOA is useful for upper-elementary through graduate school study"--"Best Free Reference Web Sites 2003, " RUSA Quarterly, Fall 2003; reviewed Apr. 12, 2003.
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Statistical and Numeric Data; Sociology; Communication and Journalism; Government Information: International and Foreign
A database of polls taken on a variety of subjects all over the world. Each record in the database consists of one poll question and the participants' responses. Records are indexed by subject matter, publication year, general and specific location, and survey method. Other information provided includes: source name and contact information, sample size, and notes on the sample population.
poll.orspub.com Searchable database
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Medicine; Social Sciences (General); American History; Sociology; Education; Statistical and Numeric Data; Economics and Business; Political Science
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The ProPublica Data Store provides access to the data behind ProPublica reporting and investigative reporting. ProPublica provides free access to the raw data behind their work, as well as premium data products. This is a database of ProPublica's data used for investigative journalism in the public interest as well as API's. Topics include Health, Criminal Justice, Education, Politics, Business, Transportation, and Military.
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General and Reference Works; American History; Statistical and Numeric Data; Economics and Business; Sociology; Law; Communication and Journalism; Government Information: International and Foreign; Government Information: United States; Government Information: State and Local; Political Science
Provides statistical data from U.S. government publications from 1973, state and private sources from 1980, and international organizations from 1983.
Database topics
Psychology; Communication and Journalism
Contains citations and summaries of journal articles, book chapters, books, and technical reports in the field of psychology and psychological aspects of related disciplines including medicine, psychiatry, nursing, sociology, education, pharmacology, physiology, linguistics, anthropology, business and law.

10. SAGE researchmethods [2011 - ]

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Social Sciences (General); Anthropology and Archaeology; Communication and Journalism; Economics and Business; Sociology; Education; General and Reference Works; Linguistics; Political Science; Statistical and Numeric Data; Psychology
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1 online resource
SAGE Research Methods is a tool created to help researchers, faculty and students with their research projects. Users can explore methods concepts to help them design research projects, understand particular methods or identify a new method, conduct their research, and write up their findings. Since SAGE Research Methods focuses on methodology rather than disciplines, it can be used across the social sciences, health sciences, and other areas of research.
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Psychology; Anthropology and Archaeology; Statistical and Numeric Data; Economics and Business; Sociology; Feminist Studies; Social Sciences (General); American History; Law; Education; Communication and Journalism; Government Information: International and Foreign; Race and Ethnicity; Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender Studies; Government Information: United States; Environmental Studies; Political Science
  • Accounting Research Network, ARN
  • Cognitive Sciences Network, CSN
  • Corporate Governance Network, CRN
  • Economics Research Network, ERN
  • Entrepreneurship Research & Policy Network, ERPN
  • Financial Economics Network, FEN
  • Information Systems Network, ISN
  • Legal Scholarship Network, LSN
  • Leadership Research Network, LRN
  • Management Research Network, MRN
  • Marketing Research Network, MKT
  • Negotiations Research Network, NEG
  • Political Science Network, PSN
  • Social Insurance Research Network, SIRN
  • Classics Research Network, CRN
  • English & American Literature Research Network, LIT
  • Philosophy Research Network, PRN
Social Science Research Network (SSRN) is composed of a number of specialized research networks in the social sciences. Topics covered by networks include accounting, economics, financial economics, legal scholarship, and management (including negotiation and marketing). The SSRN eLibrary consists of abstracts of scholarly working papers and forthcoming papers and an electronic paper collection of downloadable full text documents in pdf format.

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