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A Sociological Tour Through Cyberspace
General sociological links covering the major subject directories of the discipline. Other areas of interest cover resources for theory construction, data sets, research methods and statistics, resources for research papers, and sites concerning cognate subject areas.. Holds an excellent selection of useful links. Coverage is comprehensive, links are kept current, and the site is "appealing." Developed by Michael C. Kearl of Trinity College at San Antonio, Texas.

This site offers a dozen categories with a variety of links that could be very useful to sociology students.

Maintained by the University of Amsterdam Department of Sociology, it "gives access to the European and worldwide scene of academic sociology" and includes an extensive list of sociology resources on the Internet arranged by subject. Designed to get access to information and resources which are relevant for sociologists and other social scientists it has been designed from a global point of view - it gives access to the world wide scene of social sciences. The intention is to provide a comprehensive listing of all sociology resources on the Internet. The SocioSite is a project based at the faculty of Social Sciences at the University of Amsterdam. They present the resources and information that are important for the international sociological scene. It has become a very popular yellow guide for social scientists from all over the world. The SocioSite is a toolkit for us social scientists. It contains high quality resources and texts that can be used as wheels for the sociological mind.

Social Gerontology and the Aging Revolution
Comprehensive site on gerontological issues. Offers links to almost every issue regarding older people. Site provides information on statistics, organizations, cultural experiences, associations, policy, and theories of aging, as well as links to material on the biological, social, and psychological aspects of aging. Useful for students, faculty, and practitioners alike.

Poverty Related Links
Site holds a wealth of information for anyone studying poverty and/or welfare reform. Initially one is offered six main resource areas: subject, institution, government agencies, research opportunities, web searches, and the IRP. A wide range of subject areas are available for more detailed information on each topic a little further down on the initial page. The subject, research opportunities, and the IRP home page areas on the most directly related to facts on poverty.

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