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CensusScope: Your Portal to Census 2000 Data: Charts Maps and Rankings
CensusScope is an easy-to-use tool for investigating U.S. demographic trends, brought to you by the Social Science Data Analysis Network (SSDAN) at the University of Michigan. With eye-catching graphics and exportable trend data, CensusScope is designed for both generalists and specialists
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A British lining site to internet resources. Covers Anthropology, Business and Management, Economics, Education, Environmental Sciences, European Studies, Government Policy, Hospitality and Catering, Human Geography, Law Politics, Psychology , Research Tools and Methods, Social Welfare, Sociology , Sport and Leisure Practice, Statistics and Data, Travel and Tourism, and Women's Studies.
Sociology web site offering free resources for Sociology teachers and students.
Your independent guide to sociological sites on the web.
World Database of Happiness, comp. by Ruut Veenhoven
An online compendium of available studies on happiness including a bibliography of more than 7,000 publications, 759 measures of happiness in more than 1,500 studies, and data covering 165 nations. Users can find reports on happiness by nation, by publics (e.g., infants, gender, communal living, to name a few), and many other variables.
Spotlight on Poverty and Opportunity
Spotlight on Poverty and Opportunity features statistical data, articles, press releases, videos, and links to additional resources. Statistical data drawn from Census Bureau information are provided for both national and local levels. The In the States section provides key indicators for each state via an interactive map. Links to policies and news articles for each state are also available. The Research section contains numerous articles on poverty, many written by nonprofit agencies. The Issues section focuses on specific groups/areas (e.g., elderly people, women, and rural poverty). An Initiatives link at the bottom of each page highlights efforts to help eliminate poverty at local, state, and international levels. Additional features include videos/webcasts, access to related resources in the Links section, and the Polling Place, which provide the results of public opinion surveys.
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