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  1. Approaches and Methodologies in the Social Sciences: A Pluralist Perspective
  2. Models and Methods in Social Network Analysis (Structural Analysis in the Social Sciences)
  3. Evaluating Social Science Research by Paul C. Stern, Linda Kalof, 1996-04-04
  4. Teaching Reading in Social Studies, Science and Math (Grades 3 & Up) by Laura Robb, 2003-01-01
  5. History Social Science: California Edition
  6. Theory Based Data Analysis for the Social Sciences (Undergraduate Research Methods & Statistics in the Social Sciences)
  7. From Numbers to Words: Reporting Statistical Results for the Social Sciences by Susan E. Morgan, Thomas Reichert, et all 2001-06-11
  8. Bayesian Analysis for the Social Sciences (Wiley Series in Probability and Statistics) by Simon Jackman, 2009-12-29
  9. College Mathematics for Business, Economics, Life Sciences and Social Sciences (12th Edition) (Barnett) by Raymond A. Barnett, Michael R. Ziegler, et all 2010-02-28
  10. Social Science Research: A Cross Section of Journal Articles for Discussion and Evaluation
  11. Hermeneutics and the Human Sciences: Essays on Language, Action and Interpretation by Paul Ricoeur, 1981-08-31
  12. The Origins of American Social Science (Ideas in Context) by Dorothy Ross, 1992-03-27
  13. Mathematical Applications: For the Management, Life, and Social Sciences by Ronald J. Harshbarger, James J. Reynolds, 2006-01-04
  14. Social Science: An Introduction to the Study of Society (14th Edition) by Elgin F. Hunt, David C. Colander, 2010-03-07

41. OBSSRHome
Substance Abuse and AIDS Research from the Behavioral social sciences Minisymposium July OBSSR Advances in Behavioral and social sciences Research
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42. MARVEL!: Maine's Virtual Library: Arts
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43. NYPL, Humanities And Social Sciences Library
5th Avenue and 42nd Street. Public divisions and special collections, plus the lions.
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44. BUBL LINK Catalogue Of Internet Resources
300 social sciences general resources 301306 Sociology 307 Urban communities 310 Collections of general statistics 320 Political science

45. European Commission - Research EU Research In Social Sciences And
social sciences and humanities, by their nature, enable us to understand the way in which societies are organised and governed and how they evolve and
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Social sciences and humanities, by their nature, enable us to understand the way in which societies are organised and governed and how they evolve and change. They also provide us the opportunity of better understanding human and social behaviour and of identifying the factors which contribute to the social, economic, political and cultural changes. Research in social sciences and humanities can provide solutions, for example, to the questions concerning the change of the living conditions, the current economic trends and migratory flows, the changes in work and in the roles of men and of women, the age of population, the need to have new forms of governance, the impact of multilingualism, values, religion, history, art, on the construction of Europe, etc. It plays therefore a fundamental role in the formulation and the implementation of the policies at all levels, including at European level. Socio-economic Sciences and humanities Newsletter, issue 10 has been published

46. Understanding Katrina: Perspectives From The Social Sciences
As analyses and spin of the Katrina crisis grow, we confront the sort of public issue to which a social science response is urgently needed.
Symbolic and Practical Interpretations of the Hurricane Katrina Disaster in New Orleans By David Alexander The Tale of the Three Pigs: Taking Another Look at Vulnerability in the Light of the Indian Ocean Tsunami and Hurricane Katrina By Greg Bankoff The Evacuation of Older People: The Case of Hurricane Katrina By Bill Bytheway Worst Case Katrina By Lee Clarke The Geography of Social Vulnerability: Race, Class, and Catastrophe By Susan Cutter An Imperfect Storm: Narratives of Calamity in a Liberal-Technocratic Age By Alex de Waal Seeing and Not Seeing: Complicity in Surprise By Virginia R. Dominguez Finding and Framing Katrina: The Social Construction of Disaster By Havid¡n Rodr­guez Russell Dynes Women and Girls Last?: Averting the Second Post-Katrina Disaster By Elaine Enarson Our Toxic Gumbo: Recipe for a Politics of Environmental Knowledge By Scott Frickel Katrina’s Political Roots and Divisions: Race, Class, and Federalism in American Politics By Dara Strolovitch Dorian Warren Paul Frymer Leaving New Orleans: Social Stratification, Networks, and Hurricane Evacuation By Elizabeth Fussell What Katrina Teaches about the Meaning of Racism By Nils Gilman Cities Under Siege: Katrina and the Politics of Metropolitan America By Stephen Graham Bridges Over Troubled Waters: What are the Optimal Networks for Katrina’s Victims?

47. Materials For Students: Writing In The Social Sciences: General Advice For Non-m
Humanites majors facing a Social Science paper are often struck by the very different methods required by these disciplines. In the social sciences,
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Humanites majors facing a Social Science paper are often struck by the very different methods required by these disciplines. In the Social Sciences, students are often asked to come up with a question, to develop an experiment that will expore that question, and then to report the findings of the experiment objectively. The "fun" in the Social Sciences is precisly in these methods. Social scientists make it their business to examine behavior - sometimes the behavior of an individual, other times the behavior of a system, society, or culture. Social scientists believe that careful observation of behavior will reveal patterns in that behavior, indicating that behaviors aren't random but are in fact driven by certain forces. For the social scientist, behavior is something that might be defined and understood. The Social Sciences address many of the questions that concern the Humanities (i.e. What is the nature of friendship?) But these scholars would not examine how the qualities of friendship are important to a fictional character, nor would they deconstruct ancient texts on Platonic love. Instead, the social scientist would consider how he might objectively measure some aspect of friendship. He might construct a study, for example, that indicates how economic or geographical conditions determine (or don't determine) the quantity and quality of friendships. Or he might survey individuals with an abundant circle of friends to see if they report better-than-average psychological health.

48. Yale University Social Science Libraries & Information Services
Access to subject guides and government documents in social sciences as well as to the anthropology and statistics libraries and to the Economic Growth
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49. CLEP: Social Sciences And History
Learn about the social sciences and History CLEP examination. Find information about the test, knowledge and skills required, and study resources.
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50. - Evolutionary Theories In The Social Sciences
This website is a resource page for everyone who is interested in evolutionary thought in the social sciences.
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December 21, 2007
New Yorker some exciting scientific breakthroughs in our understanding of the role viruses have played in the evolution of the human species. Scientists are bringing extict viruses back to life by combining the pieces of viral DNA that millions of years ago was fused into the genome of animals. Read the story here
October 16, 2007
William M. Newman and Walter Vincenti have published a very useful short essay in on how fields of engineering make progress by developing effective selection criteria for evaluating prototypes. The authors describe how human computer interface designers were able to learn from the history of aeronautical engineering in coming up with methodologies for devising useful selection criteria. Reference: On an Engineering Use of Engineering History - Technology and Culture 48:1 Technology and Culture 48.1 (2007) 245-247.
May 20, 2007
Cambridge University has put 5000 letters of Charles Darwin on the web in the form of a searchable archive. If you want to find out what Darwin thought about a topic near or dear to your mind, can search the database of the Darwin Correspondence Project.

51. Social Sciences Full Text
An indemand resource for a wide variety of users from students to social workers, social sciences Full Text covers the latest concepts, trends, opinions,
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Enjoy fast access to a wide assortment of the most important English-language journals published in the U.S. and elsewhere with full text and page images from scores of key publications, plus abstracting and indexing of hundreds of others. An in-demand resource for a wide variety of users from students to social workers, Social Sciences Full Text covers the latest concepts, trends, opinions, theories, and methods from both applied and theoretical aspects of the social sciences.
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52. Rice - School Of Social Sciences
Did you ever stop to think that the social sciences have something to say about almost everything you do in your daily life?
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Lyn Ragsdale Did you ever stop to think that the social sciences have something to say about almost everything you do in your daily life? How new is your personal computer? Anthropologists at Rice have studied how elites and intellectuals set the pace for technological advances from the printing press to high speed computers. How much do you pay in taxes? Rice economists study the effects of different tax rates and structures on governments' abilities to provide services. Does it matter which kind of voting machine is used when you go into the voting booth? Rice political scientists examine how new electronic voting machines affect election outcomes and the reporting of those outcomes. How does your brain map what you have just read? Rice psychologists are answering questions about how the brain traces what you see and what you experience and what happens to those mappings if you become injured or have a stroke. How does race determine who you will date? Sociologists at Rice investigate how interracial exchanges and the lightness or darkness of people's skin affect marriage and other partnerships. There are five departments in the School of Social Sciences: Anthropology Economics Political Science Psychology , and

53. Faculty Of Social Sciences
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54. Social Sciences, Science, Industry And Business
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55. The Mandel School Of Applied Social Sciences
Consistently ranked as one of the top schools of social work in the country, the Mandel School offers an innovative combination of extensive field education
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56. - Directorate For Social, Behavioral Economic Sciences
social science research offers insights into American lifestyles and opinions Education and Training in the social, Behavioral and Economic Science A

57. Center For Spatially Integrated Social Science (CSISS)
CSISS is dedicated to building national research infrastructure on spatial analysis in the social and behavioral sciences.
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recognizes the growing significance of space, spatiality, location, and place in social science research. It seeks to develop unrestricted access to tools and perspectives that will advance the spatial analytic capabilities of researchers throughout the social sciences. CSISS was funded in 1999 with support from the National Science Foundation under its program to promote research infrastructure in the social and behavioral sciences. PlaceMenu("mainmenu"); 2007 Workshop Programs: These introductory materials include CSISS Classics and select video clips from the CSISS summer workshops. CSISS has compiled e-journals, bibliographies, and other spatial resources for the social sciences. Here's where you'll find information about software for the exploration and analysis of spatial data. PlaceMenu("mainmenu2");

58. Carnegie Mellon University
social and Decision sciences (Pittsburgh, PA)
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Ph: 412.268.3665 Fax: 412.268.6938 about people graduate undergraduate ... Centers The Department of Social and Decision Sciences is an interdisciplinary undergraduate and graduate department in the College of Humanities and Social Sciences. Three undergraduate majors are offered (all B.S. degrees): Decision Science, Policy and Management, and Political Science. Minors are offered in all three fields, and the department participates in an interdepartmental major in International Relations, and in interdepartmental minors in International Relations and in Sociology. The graduate program has the following fields: Behavioral Decision Research (BDR); the Joint Program in BDR and Psychology; and Strategy, Entrepreneurship, and Technological Change (SETchange). IN THE NEWS! Robyn Dawes , the Charles J. Queenan University Professor of Psychology, named Fellow of the American Statistical Association

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60. Social Science Research Network (SSRN) Home Page
Leading social Science Research Delivered To Your DeskTop Daily. social Science Research Network (SSRN) is devoted to the rapid worldwide dissemination of
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