Sociology Resources

AsianInfo.org 
This site is designed to provide information on the many countries in Asia, as well as, links to sites in those countries.

Subject: Ethnicity, Culture, and Race--Asian & Pacific/Asian-American;

Asian American Net 
The mission of this site is to serve all Asian American communities and to promote and strengthen cultural, educational, and commercial ties between Asia and North America. The site’s primary feature is the collection of regional and country-specific materials available on the Internet.

Subject: Asia; Ethnicity, Culture, and Race--Asian & Pacific/Asian-American;

The Elizabethan Costuming Page 
The website is devoted to all facets of 16th century Elizabethan and Tudor costumes, dress and fashion. It includes instructions for making stockings, corsets, shoes, and other articles of clothing. This is a good resource for Elizabethan costume history and has links to other fashion history sites.

Subject: Social Customs, Traditions, and Folklore--Etiquette, Dress, and Social Customs--Clothing and Dress; History--History by Region--European History--Renaissance;

German and German-American Customs, Traditions, and Origins of Holidays 
A list of German holidays including religious, national, seasonal, and traditional holidays.

Subject: Social Customs, Traditions, and Folklore--Festivals, Holidays, and Games--Festivals and Holidays;

The History of Costume 
A collection of 500 costume images consisting of "historical dress from antiquity to the end of the 19th century." The 125 pages of images are from the book "History of Costume" printed in 1861 in Munich. Images have a "Victorian" perspective that does not detract from the value.

Subject: Social Customs, Traditions, and Folklore--Etiquette, Dress, and Social Customs--Clothing and Dress;

La Couturiere Parisienne Costume and Fashion Site 
History of European costume from the Renaissance through the 20th century, with illustrations, images, descriptions and many sewing patterns.

Subject: Fine Arts--Performing Arts--Drama & Performance (Theater & Stagecraft); Fashion; Social Customs, Traditions, and Folklore--Etiquette, Dress, and Social Customs--Clothing and Dress;

The Net: User Guidelines and Netiquette 
This file outlines the proper etiquette of using the Internet, including electronic mail, Telnet, FTP, and electronic discussion groups/mailing lists. It also lists "The Ten Commandments For Computer Ethics" from the Computer Ethics Institute, and concludes with a bibliography.

Subject: Social Customs, Traditions, and Folklore--Etiquette, Dress, and Social Customs--Etiquette and Manners; Internet;

Open Culture
Free cultural and educational resources.

Subject: Sociology; Education

Revise Sociology
Some of the best web sites and other sources for keeping up to date with social trends, news and sociological research. Most of these are hub sites through which the latest sociological research is published and analysed.

Subject: Sociology; Ethnicity, Culture, and Race; Social Issues and Social Welfare--Human Rights;

Sociology-New York Times
News about sociology, including commentary and archival articles published in The New York Times.

Subject: Sociology

Top 20 Sociology Sites
This site is a curated (hand selected) open access (free) internet directory of Sociology sites.

Subject: Sociology

Tolerance.org 
This is the website for Teaching Tolerance which provides free resources to educators—teachers, administrators, counselors and other practitioners—who work with children from kindergarten through high school. Its program emphasizes social justice and anti-bias. The anti-bias approach encourages children and young people to challenge prejudice and learn how to be agents of change in their own lives. Our Social Justice Standards show how anti-bias education works through the four domains of identity, diversity, justice and action.

Subject: Sociology; Ethnicity, Culture, and Race; Social Issues and Social Welfare--Human Rights;

Web-Holidays.com 
This site is a searchable resource for information on holidays and celebrations from a variety of cultural and religious practices.

Subject: Social Customs, Traditions, and Folklore--Festivals, Games, and Holidays--Holidays;