International Encyclopaedia of Social Science by William A. Darity

By William A. Darity

This 9-volume learn of social sciences is a successor to the Encyclopedia of the Social Sciences (ESS, 1930-1935) and the preliminary set of the overseas Encyclopedia of the Social Sciences (IESS, 1968) -- groundbreaking MacMillan works that "established criteria for wisdom in social technological know-how examine and perform" (CHOICE, 2001). The fullyyt new overseas Encyclopedia of the Social Sciences covers scholarship and fields that experience emerged and matured because the ebook of the unique overseas variation. Like its predecessors, the set meets the wishes of highschool and faculty scholars, researchers in and out academia, and lay readers in public libraries. the recent set highlights the increasing impact of economics in social technological know-how examine and contours approximately 3,000 solely new articles and significant biographies contributed by means of millions of students (including a number of Nobel prize winners) from all over the world on a big selection of worldwide issues, together with: fulfillment checking out, censorship, character size, getting older, source of revenue distribution, international reduction (political and monetary aspects), nutrition (world difficulties, intake patterns), cultural variation, comparative health-care platforms, terrorism, political correctness, agricultural innovation, laws of morality, sexual violence and exploitation, white collar crime. the hot 2d version additionally gains biographical profiles of the key individuals to the learn of the social sciences, previous and current.

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