A Class on the Net for Librarians with Little or No Net Experience

LESSON 15: SEARCHING IN THE SOCIAL SCIENCES

"A neighborhood is where, when you go out of it, you get beat up."

-- Puerto Rican Labor Office worker in 1963


*AFRO-AMERICAN STUDIES*


*GENEALOGY*


*GEOGRAPHY*


HISTORY: AMERICAN


HISTORY: WORLD


MAPS AND MAPPING SITES


NATIONAL MEDIA and NEWS LINKS


*NATIVE AMERICANS*


*POPULATION STUDIES*


*PSYCHOLOGY*


*PSYCHIATRY*


*SOCIOLOGY*


*WOMEN'S STUDIES AND ISSUES*


REMINDER: Diane Kovacs' _Directory of Scholarly and Professional E-Conferences_ lists a number of conferences in the Humanities and Social Sciences fields, including Anthropology, Communication and Education, Journalism, Geography, History, Humanities (Comparative and Interdisciplinary), Human Resources and Industrial Psychology, Philosophy and Ethics, Popular Culture, Psychology, Religious Studies, Sociology and Demography, and Women's Studies. You can find the Directory by opening the URL: http://n2h2.com/KOVACS/


*LAST, BUT CERTAINLY NOT LEAST*


Don't forget to check out these mega-social sciences links:


* "BCK2SKOL" is a free electronic librar y classroom created by Ellen Chamberlain, Head Librarian, University of South Caro lina Beaufort, and Miriam Mitchell, Sr. Systems Analyst, USC Columbia. Additional su pport is provided by the Division of Libraries & Information Systems, University of So uth Carolina Columbia.


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