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Guide to Gay & Lesbian Resources
Presents a bibliography reflecting the University of Chicago's 4,500 gay and lesbian related items.
Justice Information Center
Provided by the National Criminal Justice Reference Service. Ten major areas are covered: Corrections, Courts, Crime Prevention, Criminal Justice Statistics, Drugs & Crime, International, Juvenile Justice, Law Enforcement, Research & Evaluation, and Victims. Site also contains current press releases and new documents.
Institute for Research on Poverty
An informational site on poverty and welfare reform. The research areas include: understanding poverty, welfare reform, child support, low-wage labor markets, and health and education in relation to poverty.
Sociological information system based at the University of Amsterdam. The site includes links to online journals and other resource guides, data archives, and sociological subjects ranging from activism to aging.
This site contains polling data back to 1952 and covers public opinion mostly on world politics and government issues.
U.S. Census Bureau
Provides the most recent full text government information from U.S. census surveys in the categories of "People & Households," "Business & Industry," and Geography.
Labor Relations at Cornell
Cornell University has provided this site of original research by its students and faculty as well as full text government documents from the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics and the Congressional Research Service.
Global Legal Information Network (GLIN)
The Global Legal Information Network (GLIN) is a public database of official texts of laws, regulations, judicial decisions, and other complementary legal sources contributed by governmental agencies and international organizations
University of Wisconsin Women's Studies Librarian's Office
Section one of this site pertains to publications and information resources issued primarily by the University. Section two encompasses links to other resources in women's studies; including a subject arranged list of links, magazines & journals, organizations and more.
Everyday Sociology Blog
This blog site is written by experienced Sociology professors and comments upon current events and contemporary issues from a Sociological point of view.
European NAvigator (ENA)
contains over 15,000 electronic full text and multi-media documents on the historical and institutional development of the process of European integration from 1945 to today.
European Social Survey
The European Social Survey contains information collected from interviews in over 30 countries and reports on how people's social values, cultural norms, and behavior patterns differ within and between nations.
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