Useful Resources on the World Wide Web for Social Scientists
AbstractResearch Resource: Internet Research and Information for Social Scientists (IRISS) conference in March 1998 at Bristol University brought together for the first time producers of web pages of use to social scientists in the UK. This conference was of importance because it pulled together a range of different web resources that can be of use to researchers in the social sciences. This research note documents the kinds of services that are now available to social scientists and outlines their particular usefulness and their limitations. The web services discussed are by no means exhaustive, there are many other services available to social scientists. However, this research note attempts to provide a review of services most useful to social science researchers. The IRISS web site includes the text of most of the papers presented during the course of the conference.
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Bibliographic InfoArticle provided by Sociological Research Online in its journal Sociological Research Online.
Volume (Year): 3 (1998)
Issue (Month): 2 ()
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