The Social Sciences: A Cross-disciplinary Guide to Selected Sources

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Nancy L. Herron
Libraries Unlimited, 2002 - Education - 494 pages
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It's here: the third edition of the highly acclaimed guide to the social sciences literature! Updated and expanded, this classic comprises more than 1,500 annotated citations, offering librarians and researchers fast and easy access to some of the best and most commonly used resources in the social sciences arena. The book also serves as a standard text in universities nationwide as it gives students a comprehensive overview of must-know reference sources in both print and electronic format. Prepared by leading subject specialist librarians and arranged by discipline, the book's 12 chapters cover general social sciences, political science, economics, business, history, law and justice, anthropology, sociology, education, psychology, geography, and communication. All chapters have been revised, the essays expanded, and the annotated lists of resources have been rewritten to incorporate the latest research findings and developments.

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9EDUCATION continued
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12COMMUNICATION continued
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2POLITICAL SCIENCE
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NANCY L. HERRON is Associate Dean for Academic Programs at Commonwealth College, Pennsylvania State University, University Park, Pennsylvania. She is recipient of the Penn State Achieving Woman Award.

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