This database provides citations, abstracts, and full-text articles from journals, books, and conference proceedings in the field of sociology, including such sub-disciplines as criminal justice, social work, gender studies, and social psychology.
(HSDL) is the nation's premier collection of homeland security policy and strategy related documents. The HSDL collection provides quick access to important U.S. policy documents, presidential directives, and national strategy documents as well as specialized resources such as theses and reports from various universities, organizations and local and state agencies. HSDL is sponsored by the U.S. Department of Homeland Security's National Preparedness Directorate, FEMA and the Naval Postgraduate School Center for Homeland Defense and Security.
Combines several databases relevant to women\'s and men\'s studies, as well as sexual diversity, child development and adolescent studies, and family and society studies, with coverage from 1972 and earlier to present.
Full-text, complete journal collection with 605 titles on a multitude of subjects, including history, economics, archaeology, classics, language, music, art, sociology, political science, conservation, plant science, cell biology, and zoology.
This electronic version of the 9-volume study of social sciences "is a successor to the Encyclopedia of the Social Sciences and the initial set of the International Encyclopedia of the Social Sciences. The entirely new International Encyclopedia of the Social Sciences covers scholarship and fields that have emerged and matured since the publication of the original international edition....
This second edition (c2011) e-resource "covers the subject of gun control, and issues raised deal with fundamental questions of constitutional law and the rights of individuals, opportunities for self-protection, the control of violence, and national security." Providing primary source documents, as well as over 300 entries on persons, events, laws, and organizations, this encyclopedia attempts to provide an objective, balanced resource on a "hot topic" in American society.
As the online version of a second edition (c2011) two-volume work, the 9/11 Encyclopedia is "an attempt to bring some order to an otherwise undifferentiated mass of conflicting information about the events of September 11, 2001. The A-to-Z volume of this set contains entries on people and events leading up to September 11, what actually took place on September 11, and the aftermath of September 11. This means that the participants in the September 11 plot are covered in some depth. The sequence of events on the day itself are covered in detail in various citations. Finally, the reasons why American intelligence and law enforcement agencies were unable to prevent September 11 are covered in considerable depth. Also of interest are the various conspiracy theories that have emerged in the last five years. The goal is to present to the reader a comprehensive look at all aspects of September 11 so that it can be understood in its context.