Links are collected under the following broad subject areas: Sociology
mega sites, age inequality, collective behavior and social movements, criminal
justice system, culture, deviance, drugs, economy, education, environment,
family, gender and gender inequality, juvenile delinquency, medicine,
politics, population and urbanization, race inequality, religion, research
methods and statistics, social change, social class and poverty, social
psychology, social structures and interaction, socialization, technology,
theory, violence and abuse.
Provides information on various theorists. Includes links to other
sociology-related sites arranged by topic. Subjects covered include collective
behavior and social movements, crime and deviance, culture, the family, gender
inequality, medicine and health, population and urbanization, violence/abuse,
and many more.
The Dead Sociologists' Society is the creation of Larry Ridener
teaches at Pfeiffer University in North Carolina.
The Social Science Information Gateway (SOSIG) is a freely available
Internet service which aims to provide a trusted source of selected, high
quality Internet information for students, academics, researchers and
practitioners in the social sciences, business and law. It is part of the UK
Resource Discovery Network.
Provides access to general sociological resources. Also contains essays,
commentaries, data, and links to the sociologies of time, death and dying,
social gerontology, family, gender, race and ethnicity, and more. Maintained
by Prof. Michael C. Kearl, Department of Sociology & Anthropology, Trinity
The SocioWeb is an independent guide to the Sociological
available on the Internet and is founded in the belief that the Internet can
help to unite the sociological community in ways never before possible.
The SocioWeb has no funding and is essentially a one-man effort.
Lists sociological sites under a number of categories, including
Collective Behavior, Criminology, Human Ecology, Industrial and Organizational
Psychology, Rural Sociology, Social Class and Stratification, Social
Psychology, and Urban Studies.