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Using the Internet for Social Science Research and Practice

   by Edward P. Kardas / Tommy Milford

    Wadsworth Publishing
    13 December, 1995


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Editorial description(s):

Book Description
Using this current book, students will find all the information they need to get up and running on the Internet in no time at all. Whether one's area of interest lies in psychology, sociology, social work, anthropology, political science, history, or geography, this book will demonstrate how the Internet can be a vital tool for research.

Reader review(s):

Comprehensive but easy to understand. Great list of links., December 19, 1996
Comprehensive coverage of internet basics. Very easy to understand. Good examples. List of resources for each discipline (psychology, sociology, social work, history, geography, political science, anthropology) is good. Makes a good primary text for internet research. Or a second text for use with social-science classes in information technology.

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