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Huge amount of material - quite varied. UK based

Site that focuses on the social construction of gender. Tied in with a text but some very useful information.

SociologySounds is a site to make it easy for teachers to find and share great music for their classes. Pairing a great... see more

The Web's most comprehensive reference for researching any subject in society.

Answer questions about the behavior and values of group members and see the group's structure.

A companion to Landscapes of Capital by Goldman and Papson, this site is an archive of the TV ads referenced in the book.... see more

This site is part of The Society Pages site, which includes many valuable resources.  This particular site focuses on... see more

Since 2003, The Free Library has offered a humongous collection of literary classics, up-to-date periodicals/articles in... see more

A vibrant blog for sociological information and insights created by students and faculty connected to the University of... see more

This American Life is a weekly public radio show broadcast on more than 500 stations to about 1.8 million listeners. It... see more

Series of "Counters" that show growth/change in a wide variety of areas

This is a free, online tutorial for sociology students designed to help them "develop their Internet research skills.... see more

Note:  This textbook has been updated in 2015, which can be found at:... see more

This is an introduction to sociology textbook that is editable by the users (in wiki format).  'Sociology is the study of... see more

This is a free, online textbook offered Saylor Foundation.   'In writing Sociology: Understanding and Changing a Social... see more

On this website, sociologist Todd Beer shares an ongoing collection of tools and resources for building an active... see more

"In this thick academic book, Yale law professor Benkler offers a comprehensive catalog of flashpoints in the conflict... see more

OpenStaz College offers students free open textbooks that meet the scope and sequence of most courses. Textbooks are... see more

A website replete with research information and tools for making international comparisons.

Federal Statistics provides a full range of links to official statistics and links to statistical agencies. The... see more

This is a free online course offered by the Saylor Foundation. 'Sociology is the scientific study of society and closely... see more

A blog by some members of the Montclair State Sociology Department -- what we've been thinking, reading, seeing, or... see more

This page from the National Organization for Women (NOW) website contains a collection of links to news and information... see more

This is a rubric for in-class debates in sociology but can also apply to any social science when you divide the class... see more