Information Sources in the Social Sciences

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David Fisher, Sandra P. Price, Terry Hanstock
K.G. Saur, 2002 - Reference - 511 pages
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This evaluative guide to social science information sources covers each of the areas that make up the social sciences. It will appeal to those studying and teaching social sciences and its component subjects. Contents include: A general guide to the literature of the Social Sciences General Social Science Information Sources Anthropology; Economics Education Human Services Law/Criminology Political Science Psychology Public administration Bibliographies And much more

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Contents

General social science information sources
1
Anthropology
46
Sociology
88
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About the author (2002)

David Fisher is an author and journalist who has worked with Ed McMahon, George Burns, Leslie Neilsen and several top sports figures.

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