A subject term for finding books on social sciences research
Survey Research is the method most frequently used by sociologists in their study of American and other large societies. Surveys allow sociologists to move from a relatively small sample of individuals, who are accessible as carriers of information about themselves and their society to the broad contours of a large population. Encyclopedia of Sociology, v.4 1992, pp 2121-22.
A paper index in the Reference Collection that is arranged by subjects and provides periodic and special surveys conducted from 1981-2000 on a variety of topics. Once one locates a survey, one can find the data on microfiche in the Library Media Center on the first floor (Microfiche 010040)
A collection of public opinion with information from the U.S. and over 100 countries worldwide. The database began in 1981 and comprises over 500,000 questions from various sources including Gallup, Harris, Roper and others. There are over 5600 topics in the database on a broad array of issues. Updated monthly.
A collection of polls conducted from 1937-1990 on a variety of topics. Located in the Library's Reference Collection, each volume contains questions asked and responses. A subject index in the back of each volume allows quick and easy location of surveys.