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For general browsing, you may wish to consult Sage Reference Online, which is a digital collection of several dozen Sage subject encyclopedias in the social sciences.
Connect to eBook - In-depth coverage of historical and contemporary social theories, with biographies of major social theorists.
Connect to eBook Guide to understanding and using the tools of social and literary theory.
Connect to eBook - Covers major theories, definitions, approaches, and contemporary issues in social problems.
Connect to eBook - Reference guide featuring expert essays on key ideas in Sociology.
Connect to eBook - Comprehensive reference work in Anthropology, covering five main areas: physical anthropology, archaeology, cultural anthropology, linguistics, and applied anthropology.
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