Sociology Databases




Database Name Description
Social Issues POWERSEARCHSearches the following databases simultaneously: Applied Social Sciences Index and Abstracts,   Sociological Abstracts,   Worldwide Political Science Abstracts,   Social Services Abstracts,  and   PAIS International.  How to Search This Database
Search all of these databases simultaneously: Academic Search Complete ,  Business Source Complete ,  EconLit, and  Social Sciences Abstracts.   How to Search This Database
Social Sciences Citation Index is a multidisciplinary index with searchable author abstracts, covering thousands of journals in 50 social science disciplines (anthropology, economics, geography, law, political science, psychology, sociology, etc.) Coverage begins in 1900 and continues to the present.
SCOPUSSCOPUS covers topics in health, life sciences, agricultural and biological sciences, chemistry, physics, mathematics, engineering, earth and environmental sciences, social science, psychology, and economics, business, and management.  How to Search This Database
This database provides searchable full-text access to more than 2 million pages of internal memos, legal briefs, and direct action summaries from national, legal, and branch offices of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP). Covering the years from 1909 to 1972 and the presidencies from Taft to Nixon, these primary sources provide first-hand views into crucial racial issues such as lynching, school desegregation, and discrimination.
Race Relations AbstractsRace Relations Abstracts contains bibliographic records covering areas such as race relations, ethnic and immigration studies, and racial discrimination. The index contains more than 49,500 records selected from various sources relevant to the discipline, dating back to 1975. No full text available.



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