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EU Bookshop is an online bookshop, library, and archive of publications dating back to 1952. It contains 110,000 titles... see more is a platform dedicated to making early versions of research inputs available, including original research... see more

Exercises for trend analysis, cohort analysis, and panel studies. Data consist of subsets of the General Social Survey... see more

A wide collection of videos and articles about, oddly enough, popular sociology.

This is a class exercise I use the first day of a macro or community social work class to help students visualize the... see more

Life After Hate, Inc., a 501(c)(3) U.S. nonprofit, was created in 2009 by former members of the American violent... see more

This site includes links to 9 fully developed teaching modules on pressing issues in aging. Topics include: Age-Friendly... see more

These exercises (15 in all) were written for instructors teaching an introductory class in statistics. They  were written... see more

This website features a series of videos and personal accounts of Syrian refugees in Lebanon. The stories are well... see more

The YALSA Cultural Competence Taskforce built this wiki on the work of the earlier Diversity Taskforce. Their mission is... see more

The Digital Commons Network: Social and Behavioral Sciences Commons contains and categorizes 317,000+ full-text, open... see more

This site allows people to explore the ongoing history of human civilization at the broadest level, through research and... see more

"he Feeding America project has created an online collection of some of the most important and influential American... see more

Household Politics paints a vivid and prickly portrait of gender relations in early modern England. It's just not true,... see more

Local ethic history regarding Jewish community of Trenton , NJ

In this book you will learn about institutions–the rules and norms that guide the interactions among us. Those rules and... see more

This Book revolves around three broad kinds of questions: What kind of society is this? How does it really work? Why is... see more

This OPEN TEXTBOOK is intended for those who want to learn the basics of SPSS (Version 23). This book can be used as a... see more

This activity, created by Jim Wright of the University of Central Florida, provides a look at the urban structure of... see more

In addition to a quantitative analysis that involves univariate, bivariate, and multivariate analysis, this module... see more

This module, created by Kathy Rowell of Sinclair Community College, will focus on frequencies and percentages as well as... see more

While a much larger percentage of American families are located in the top income bracket in 1990 compared to fifty years... see more