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One of the key places where sociology should be used is in analyzing 'the world' of our times, so that we can be more discerning. To resist the dangers of the world, you have to recognize the distortions and seductions of the world.

Os Guinness

 

 

ONLINE RESOURCES

DANCING STAR TO DENOTE GOOD SITESociological Tour Through Cyberspace: Superb data and methodology pages

Virtual Library: Sociology

ASA Code of Ethics

The Statistical Abstract of the US

American Sociological Association: home page for the ASA, including links to many of its publications

National Science Foundation

Dead Sociologists' Home Page

Association for Applied and Clinical Sociology

Marx/Engels Archive

Durkheim Pages

Max Weber's Home Page

Sociological Research Online

Sociology at Work

The Centre for Research in Social Simulation

American Studies Web: Race and Ethnicity

Interracial Voice

Office of Minority Health Resource Center

Institute for Women's Policy Research

Title IX: Twenty-five Years of Progress

US Census Bureau

Women's Bureau

Primary Source Set from the Library of Congress: Women's History

Welfare and Families

The Gallup Organization: Family Values Around the World

Inter-University Consortium for Political and Social Research (ICPSR)

Kinship

The Nature of Kinship / Other Tutorials

Cultural Change

Cultural Diffusion

Millenarian Movements

Institute for Research on Poverty

US Bureau of Justice Statistics

Federal Bureau of Prisons by the Numbers

National Center for Education Statistics

The Social Context of Education

Gallup Organization: Religion in the US

Major World Religions [may take a little time to download]

US Department of Labor

Bureau of Labor Statistics Data

International Labor Organization

Population Reference Bureau

The Implicit Association Test

Population Clocks

World Factbook

Sociology Timelines

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Country Reports: Atlapedia Online contains key information on every country of the world. Each profile provides data on geography, climate, people, religion, language, history and the economy.

Hyper-Soc

Anthropology Resources: links to popular anthropological journals

University Page-Harvard

The Sociolog: Julian Derkes' Comprehensive Guide to Sociology On-line

Animation of total fertility by life expectancy in China, India and the USA, 1950-2050.

Journeyman Pictures Video Encyclopedia of the World

LOC Map Collection

IPUMS. This started as the online home of historical US Census individual level data, and now contains individual-level census data from a range of countries. Great ability to search for variables, and they’ve standardized nearly all data so it is comparable across countries.

Our World in Data.

 

US National Debt Clock

US Census Bureau's Poverty Statistics

SocioSite

Doomsday Clock

Socio Web

Resources for Qualitative Research

Small Town Papers

Black Inventors

Survey Research Aids

Carl Cuneo's Chart on Theories of Inequality [link down]

Spickard's Social Theory Pages

Web Center for Social Research Methods

Social Gerontology and the Ageing Revolution

Collective Behavior and Social Movements

Collective Behavior

Modern Social Movements

Center for Cultural Sociology

Cultural Studies and the Sociology of Culture

Introduction to the Sociology of Deviance

Sociological Theories to Explain Deviance

Classification of Deviance Theories

What Is Economic Sociology

A Theoretical Agenda for Economic Sociology

Marriage and Family Processes

Strengthening the Family

The Sociology of Human Sexuality

Race and Ethnicity

Life Expectancy of Social Classes

Poverty Guidelines, Research and Measurement

Social Structure and Kinship in Rural Mexico

Process of Socialization

Theories

Sociological Images

Maps of World History

LOC Countries Studies

Animation of US population growth from 1950 to 2050.

Animation of population growth 1950 to 2050 in China.

The Misery Index

The Census Bureau's US and World Population Clock

Demographic and Health Surveys. Relatively consistent set of surveys done in a wide set of developing countries, often multiple years. Heavily weighted towards (not surprisingly) fertility, health and mortality data, it also has some economic information.

World Bank Living Standard Measurement Surveys: very detailed surveys done in a set of developing countries, with a lot of fine-grain information on time allocations to various economic activities, asset ownership, demographics, health and more.

What it’s like to live on $2 a day in the United States (PDF)

Working in Paterson: Occupational Heritage in an Urban Setting

Local Legacies: Celebrating Community Roots

The UC Atlas of Global Inequality

Global Trends: The Wealth and Health of Nations, 2013

The World Bank home page (In the navigation bar across the top of the page, click "Data," then click "By Country" on the navigation bar that comes up underneath.)

Voices from the Dustbowl, The Migrant Worker Collection

The Geography of Race in the US: interactive maps of American racial segregation

 

See also Table of References, SOCI 1301 Margin Notes Page and SOCI 1306 Margin Notes Page

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