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Not all links from the table below have been transferred. Many still work, though we are in the process of transferring them this summer. jeanne Summer of 2004.

Navigation Table for Scholastic References
Aging Criminal Justice Critical Race Theory Critical Theory Current Issues
Discourse Education Links Forgiveness Forums Gender
Global Issues Government Sites Habermas Indigenous Peoples Internet Issues
Internet Support Jobs Journals Juvenile Justice Law
Librairies Medicine and Health Methods Narrative of Learning Newspapers
Online Texts Peace Issues Philosophy Policy Postmodern
Poverty Praxis Psychology Public Discourse Race
Search Engines Social Justice Sociology Associations Sociology Links Statistics
Style Manuals Teaching Theory Welfare Writing
Critical Thinking Left/Right Attitude Change Theory Teaching Tolerance Peace-Making

New Stuff:

A self-scoring arithmetic test on website at Mount Saint Vincent University. Link added September 15, 2003.

Center for Advanced Research in Phenomenology Added July 7, 2003.

Sociology Site Links

University of Chicago Press Excerpts from Recent Books.

SocioRealm
Very nice site for undergraduates to approach research for academic work.
Beware spelling errors. Correct them on your papers. Use a spell checker!
That does not make the site any the less attractive. It just takes
a long time to load. Link added July 8, 1999.

General Sociological Links
Links to many sites. To find our site, link to

SocioSite: Master Index of Sociological Sites by Subject Matter
Link to to the topic postmodernism and you will find a link, Postmodern Thought,
to Martin Ryder's Site, and there you will find a link to Dear Habermas under Corollary Sites.
Link added June 21, 1999.

Voice of the Shuttle: Theory, Postmodern
This is a superb site. And, once again, you'll find our site,
Dear Habermas, through the Postmodern Thought Site of Martin Ryder, Corollary Sites.
Roam this site. There is much to find here. Link added June 21, 1999.

Sociology and Anthropology Sources
Site done in partnership with McGraw-Hill Ryerson Publishers.
Link added July 7, 1999.

Education Index's Sociology Sites
Link added July 18, 1999.

Sociology Sites
Link added July 13, 1999.

The Sociology Corner
Link added July 13, 1999.

Western Connecticut State University Web ResourcesGood site

Sociology Site
by a University of Texas graduate student, now graduated. Check it out.
Link added July 7, 1999.

Research Sources on Concepts of Persons and Self
Research level, good sources. Link added July 14, 1999.

Social Studies Links
Many levels. Links to cultural, political, social sites. Includes
Perseus Digital Library
and the
Federalist Papers, and the
Gettysburg Address.
Worth browsing. Link added July 18, 1999.

Center for Ideas and Society
UC Riverside. Very long to load. Link added July 19, 1999.

Poisoning the Web: Hatred Online
Anti-Defamation League Site
An ADL Report on Internet Bigotry, Extremism and Violence
Link added July 14, 1999.

Consortium of Humanities Centers and Institutes
Worldwide. Link added July 19, 1999.

Institut Memoires de l'Edition Contemporaine
In French. Link added July 19, 1999.


Online Texts

Complete Works of William Shakespeare MIT Added January 18, 2000.

The Self as a Center of Narrative Gravity
By Dennett Daniel. in F. Kessel, P. Cole and D. Johnson, eds, Self and Consciousness:
Multiple Perspectives, Hillsdale, NJ: Erlbaum, 1992.
Link added July 14, 1999.

Technology and the Self: From the Essential to the Sublime
by Kenneth Gergen, Chapter draft for Grodin and Lindlof (Eds.)
Constructing the Self in a Mediated World, Sage, 1996.
Link added July 14, 1999.

On Becoming a Person
John Barresi. See particularly, the section, "Narrative Creation of Persons."
Link added July 14, 1999

Prize-Winning Books on Line
Link added July 11, 1999.

The Children's Literature Web Guide
University of Calgary. Link added July 11, 1999.

Classics for Young People
Full text online. University of Calgary. Link added July 11, 1999.

Electronic Children's Books
New Mexico State University Library. Link added July 11, 1999.

Rutgers' Center for Electronic Texts in the Humanities
Directory of Electronic Text Centers in the U.S.

Online Papers in Philosophy
Link from David Chalmer's Philosophy Page

Yale Electronic Text Center

Sociological Research Online
Electronic Journal of Sociology
Injustice Studies
" refereed international electronic journal that helps focus academic
attention on the study of injustices around the world"
Link added July 13, 1999.
The Canadian Journal of Sociology
Link added July 17, 1999.
The Qualitative Report
Link added July 13, 1999.
Western Criminology Review
Critical Theory
Online Journal, access free. Link added July 8, 1999.
Sociology of Sport Online

assemblage: the sheffield graduate journal of archaeology
by S.Hutson, U.C., Berkeley. Don't miss "Strategies for the Reproduction of Prestige
in Archaeological Discourse," in which Hutson speaks of the "structures of oligarchic orthodoxy"
in the academy. "Archaeology," he says, "is therefore social practice. . ."
Link added July 15, 1999.

General Science E-Journals from Glasgow Library
Scientific American
Contents and some articles. Link added July 7, 1999.


Journals

Annual Reviews Sociology Online
Table of Contents and abstracts available to non-subscribers.
Link added July 17, 1999.

Journal of Poverty
Table of Contents and abstracts available online.
Link added July 10, 1999.

Journal of Critical Pedagogy
Link added October 31, 1999.

Journals
Linda Lambert's Page on Journals. Link added July 7, 1999.

Blackwell Publishers
Through List of Journals you can find contents and abstracts
online for many of the journals. Link added July 7, 1999.

Social Work Journals
Humboldt List. Link added July 10, 1999.


Sociological Associations

The American Sociological Association
The Pacific Sociological Association
The International Sociology Association

The Association for Humanist Sociology
Link updated January 25, 2000.
The Association for Humanistic Psychology
Theory of Humanistic Psychology on site. Link added July 4, 1999.

The American Society of Criminology
Critical Criminology Section of ASC
Greater academic emphasis.
The Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences
Greater tendency towards practice in criminology and criminal
justice training. Link added July 4, 1999.
American Correctional Association
Most praxis-oriented.
Professional Organization for all those involved with aspects
of correction. Link added July 4, 1999.

The Gerontological Society of America
Sociology-Related Professional Organizations


Government Sites

State Sites

Official California Legislative Information
California Government Code
State Employer-Employee Relations


Newspapers as Catalysts for Tracking the Big Issues of the Day

New Stories as Stimuli to the Theory-Policy-Practice Thread

The Daily Breeze
Link added July 3, 1999.

The Los Angeles Times
The New York Times
dowjones.com
Free Access to Some of the Information from the Wall Street Journal
The Wall Street Journal
Subscription required. The only paper that requires subscription for
Yahoo's list of main newspapers. Confidence in the growth of the Net?
or capitalism, full blown?
The Washington Post

Section will be added to this page on moving from a newspaper account, such as occurred with this drug dumping case, to net searches and library searches that will yield more respectable scholastic authorities than a simple news report. One should note that many journalists today, such as Alfie Kohn, Punishing by Rewards, Susan Faludi, Backlash, have chosen their careers with an eye to more freedom than a traditional academic career would have allowed. Nonetheless, one must be prepared to provide solid sources, beyond interpretive opinons, for scholarly papers.


Style Manuals

WEB Extensions to APA Style
MLA Style
Bibliographic formats for Citing Electronic Sources


Social Justice


Victimology

Beyond Boundaries:
X International Symposium on Victimology
World Society of Victimology
Link added July 22, 1999.

The November Coalition
Link added here July 22, 1999.

"Criminal Justice, Drug Policy and Human Resources"
Testimony of Ira Glasser, Executive Director, American Civil Liberties Union,
Before House Committee, June 16, 1999. Link added June 17, 1999.


Social Justice

Injustice Studies: Global Issues
Refereed international journal. Not current. Link added August 3, 1999.

Casa Alianza's Work with Street Children
Updated in 1999. Link from Injustice Studies, added August 3, 1999.

OneWorld
Link added July 10, 1999.

Tiki's Guide to Genetic Engineering
For Kids. To help them understand the social justice issues
Link to Tiki's Guides, then to Whose Genes? Link added July 10, 1999.
YOU HAVE POWER!
Tiki's message to each of us. Do Something About It.
Link added July 10, 1999.

The Vera Institute of Justice
"Projects and research in criminal justice and social reform."

Canadian Aboriginal Links Page

The Internet Law Library
Restorative Justice for Juveniles
Community Policing Information on the Internet
from a Tom O'Connor Site. Link added July 9, 1999. Street Law

Juvenile Justice

ABA's Juvenile Justice Links
Over 500 links. Added July 9, 1999.
Juvenile Justice Forum
within HandsNet
Added July 9, 1999.

Gang Intervention and Prevention
Steve Nawojczyk' Site. See in particular the graffiti interpretations.
Link added July 8, 1999.

Criminal Justice


Victimology

Beyond Boundaries:
X International Symposium on Victimology
World Society of Victimology
Link added July 22, 1999.

The November Coalition
Link added here July 22, 1999.

"Criminal Justice, Drug Policy and Human Resources"
Testimony of Ira Glasser, Executive Director, American Civil Liberties Union,
Before House Committee, June 16, 1999. Link added June 17, 1999.


Criminal Justice

Crime, Law, and Related Links on the Web
Sonoma State's Redwood Highway
Good guide to finding stuff.

Tom O'Connor's MegaLinks on Criminal Justice
Great site. Essays on understanding theory, good information, good links.

Making Crime Pay: Law and Order in Contemporary American Politics
Scroll down to Beckett, Katherine on this publication list.
New York: Oxford University Press, 1997. Abstract.
Link added July 19, 1999.

Ben Austin's Sociology Corner
Link added July 13, 1999.

Cecil Greek's Criminal Justice Links
But the spider is as frenetic as our worm.

Crimetheory.com
Great site for complementary reading.
Under re-construction, but what's there is more than enough for you to start.

Canadian Comprehensive Criminology
Formerly Known As Brendon J's Comprehensive Criminological Links

Amerca Bar Association Criminal Justice Section

Poverty

Human Development Report, 1999
United Nations Development Programme Link added July 13, 1999.

Comparative Research Programme on Poverty
Newsletter: S. M. Miller's "Prevention of Poverty." Link added July 10, 1999.

Poverty-Related Resources
University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee. Well-structured list; includes brief
description of contents. Link added July 7, 1999.

The Sticky Wicket, Poverty's Homepage
E-Mail to this site included: "We reviewed your Web site in the "Top Ten" section
of the October issue of Internet Underground, on newstands everywhere
We are a national, monthly, Ziff-Davis newsstand publication
that covers the "cool" side of the Internet." This is NOT a conservative site.
Link added July 7, 1999.

Journal of Poverty
Table of Contents and abstracts available online.
Link added July 10, 1999.

Journal of Poverty Statement of Purpose
"This Journal presents a conception of poverty that is broader and more inclusive than the traditional view. We cannot address impoverishment in this country if we exclude social and political inequalities. To ignore how people are marginalized from socialand political participation is to ignore one of the critical ingredients of economic poverty." Link added July 10, 1999.

Comparative Research Programme on Poverty

Big Issues: Poverty
Onewowrld.org. Link added July 10, 1999.

Internet Issues


Internet WatchDogs

Many groups watch over the developments of the Internet. They are a good place to start when looking for information on such issues.

Internet Culture
A Martin Ryder Links Site. Link added July 6, 1999.

Virtual Community - Howard Rheingold
Part of a Martin Ryder Links List. Rheingold's book, Virtual Communities
, is on line through a link here and through Rheingold's own site,
also linked here. Link added July 6, 1999.

Computer Professionals for Social Responsibility
This group's main focus is to give the public user a voice in how the Internet develops. " At this stage of the Internet's development we feel that defining the public interest in Internet governance and giving it a strong voice in the forums deciding governance issues is absolutely critical."


National ACADEMIC ADVISING Association
Technology in Advising Commission

A Commission of NACADA. Link added July 4, 1999.

Search Engines

Infomine
Scholarly Internet Resource Collections. Built by University of California librarians.
Link added July 18, 1999.

World Wide Web Search Engines
a site maintained by Martin Courtois, reference librarian at the University of Tennessee, Knoxville, which provides descriptions and search tips for many search engines such as WebCrawler, Yahoo, five power search engines, five subject guide search engines, and a list of databases. There are also a dozen links to sites for more information on making searches. (Description from The University Teaching Center of the University of Arizona.)

Northern Lights Search Engine

Shrode, F. (1997). Untangling the web for students. The Teaching Professor, 11(6). (Taken from http://www.utc.arizona.edu/tact3-1.html).

Faculty Center for Instructional Innovation
The University of Arizona, includes Netscape 4.61, WinZip, MapEdit, etc.
Link added July 4, 1999.

Links


Education Links

Critical Pedagogy
Several very good links on Freire. A Martin Ryder Site.
Link added July 6, 1999.

Edsitement Humanities Site
Links to best humanaities sites on the Web. Link added February 21, 2000.

Ryder's Site on Freire

National Library of Education

The Educational Resources Information Center (ERIC)

National ACADEMIC ADVISING Association
Focuses on advising as an integral part of the academic educational experience.
Although publications are not available online, and are expensive,
the detailed tables of contents will give you keywords for searches and
will suggest some theoretical and methodological approaches. Link added on July 4, 1999.

Nicholas Burbule's Site on Philosophy of Education

Thinking About College Teaching

Adult Re-entry
California State University Humboldt


Medical and Health Journals

Journal of the American Medical Association
JAMA HIV/AIDS Information Center
JAMA Migraine Information Center

The New England Journal of Medicine
See, for example, the report on the socioeconomic effects of
drug dumping during major global catastrophes.

"Inappropriate Drug-Donation Practices in Bosnia and Herzegovina, 1992 to 1996"
The New England Journal of Medicine -- December 18, 1997 -- Vol. 337, No. 25, The Sounding Board.
You must explore beyond traditional sociology links.
Link added June 29, 1999.

History

American Memory
Historical Collections for the National Digital Library
Library of Congress
Link added June 21, 1999.

Current Issues Links

Top Ten Sociology Books of the Century
U.S. News and World Report Online
Link checked June 21, 1999


Theory

Howie's Home Page
Howard Becker's home page, with many of his writings online!
See especially "Theory, the Necessary Evil."
Link added July 8, 1999.

Power and Resistance in the Social: The Critical Theory of Michel Foucault
by John Pratt. Good summary of differences Pratt sees between Foucault's
analysis and that of other Leftists. Link added July 8, 1999.

The Dead Sociologists Society
Summaries by experts of the theoretical concepts of many of the classic sociologists.

Critical Theory
Online Journal, access free. Link added July 8, 1999.

Critical Theory and the Frankfurt School
Linda Lambert's Page. Link added July 7, 1999.

The Third Way: The Renewal of Social Democracy
Anthony Giddens' 1998 book on a political program for finding new
alternatives in a self-relexive, non-absolutist world. Efforts to move away
from the confrontative disagreements, as Foucault stressed.
File added August 16, 1999.

Foucault's "third" way
Essay. File added August 16, 1999.

Ricouer's "third" way
Essay. File added August 16, 1999.


Methods

Methods
Linda Lambert's Page. Link added July 7, 1999.


Philosophy Links

Postmodern Sociology
The Sociology Corner's Page on Postmodern Sociological Theory

Related Readings on Postmodernism
Postmodern Culture and the University of Virginia's Institute for Advanced Technology
Link added July 13, 1999.

Contemporary Philosophy, Critical Theory and Postmodern Thought
Martin Ryder, University of Denver. Link checked June 21, 1999.
Guide to Philosophy on the Internet (Suber)
Philosophy Links on Hippias
Nicholas Burbule's Site on Philosophy of Education
Phil. Univ. of Indiana
Spade's Sartre Page
Medieval Logic and Philosophy
Spade's wonderful site on medieval philosophy. Had the best e-mail icon I've ever seen
Links added July 7, 1999.

Some brief explanation required for medieval philosophy on Dear Habermas: following critical theory, social justice, and Habermasian discourse can take you to strange places. Rabelais quote
And where should you find Rabelais, but on Dear Habermas, Frozen Words

Center for Dewey Studies
John Dewey Project on Progressive Education
University of Vermont



Policy Issues for Public Discourse Links

The American Civil Liberties Union Site
Link added June 30, 1999. Policy.com's Legislative Toolbox for Contacting Congress
New Century Alliance for Social Security
The Lindesmith Organization on Drug Policy
The Brookings Institute
The Soros Foundation for Open Societies
Brookings Institute Policy Update
The Rand Graduate School's Policy Links


Praxis Issues

The American Correctional Association
Link added July 4, 1999.
The Welfare Information Network
"A Clearinghouse for Information, Policy Analysis & Technical Assistance
on Welfare Reform" Link added July 4, 1999. Faith-Based Involvement
The Welfare Information Network


Jobs Doing Sociology and Doing Sociological Praxis

The Chronicle of Higher Education
for those who want to "do Sociology"
in the traditional mode. Link added July 4, 1999.

Jobs in Higher Education
By Dan Knauft, who is a past chair of the NACADA Commission
on Technology and Advising. Link added July 4, 1999.

Finding Jobs by Analyzing Job Descriptions
An on-site essay and samples. Link added July 4, 1999.

Forums

Free Access to Scholarly Journals
Designing Effective Action Alerts for the Internet
Found link on National Women's Justice Coalition.

Gender

Center for the Study of Women
at UCLA. Link added July 19, 1999.

Diversity Links
Good Collection by Julie Miller out of Washington Univesity in St. Louis.
Link added July 4, 1999.
Feminist Law and JurisprudenceA Feminist Theory Site. Good bibliography and links.
Link added July 4, 1999.
Yale Journal of Law and Feminism
Table of Contents of back issues online and full text of articles available on Lexis.
Link added July 4, 1999.
Hastings Women's Law Journal
Table of Contents of back issues online.
Link added July 4, 1999.
Gender and the Law
Link added July 4, 1999.

Race Links

Relations between Native Americans and the United States
Yale's Avalon Electron Text Project. Link added July 7, 1999

Race and Racism in American Law
Site maintained by Professor at Universitty of Dayton Law School.
Site name taken from Derrrick Bell's book of same name.
Good resources, frequently updated. Link added to this file on January 29, 1999.

Critical Race Theory: Between the "Streets" and Systems of Justice
Abstracts from a May 1999 workshop in Canada. Link added June 21, 1999.

Dinesh D'Souza's Concluding Remarks on Racial Preferences
D'Souza is opposed to affirmative action, that's from the Right. Not critical left approach.
Link added January 27, 1999.

Big Issues: Racism
OneWorld.org. Link added July 10, 1999.

Psychology Links

Virtual Faculty
An interdisciplinary site, with mostly psychologists focusing on
narrative therapy and the role of narrative in understanding cognition.

Aging Links

Abstracts on Sociological Papers on Aging
by Dr. Susan A. McDaniel. Link added July 17, 1999.

Journal of Gerontology: Social Sciences
Table of Contents of latest issues available electronically
Link added July 3, 1999.
New Century Alliance for Social Security

Library Links

The Internet Public Library Reference Center



Updates: Spring 2001