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DESCRIPTION: The third of twelve pages on Man (one of the Field Nodes comprising the subject tree of The Telson Spur), this page is a list of links to on-line resources in the study of language and sociology (including population and demography). The coordinate pages, with a common header and List of Contents, contain links to resources in the social sciences in general (including anthropology and human evolution), the study of human culture and society (including traditions), political science and economics, social and economic policy and development, the humanities, and education.

KEYWORDS: language; linguistics; society; sociology; social anthropology; social evolution; population; demography



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  1. Social Sciences
    Social Science Education
    Anthropology
    Human Evolution

  2. Human Culture and Society
    First Peoples
    Language
    Sociology
    Political Science
    Economics
    Policy and Development

  3. Humanities

  4. Education
    Literacy
    Primary and Secondary Education
    Student Resources
    Teacher Resources
    Distance Learning & Homeschooling
    Special Education
    Higher Education
    Issues in Education
    Technology in Education
    Education and the Internet

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Man Ideas Traces Values Paths Concepts Tools Space Visions


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Human Culture and Society

General
First Peoples
Language
Sociology
Political Science
Economics



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Language


Every language having a structure, by the very nature of language, reflects in its own structure that of the world as assumed by those who evolved the language. In other words, we read unconsciously into the world the structure of the language we use.
Alfred Korzybski

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Search only in Languages and Linguistics

The American Language: An Inquiry into the Development of English in the United States (H. L. Mencken, 1919; ed. 2, 1921)
Ancient Language Resources (Bigben)
AncientScripts.com (Lawrence K. Lo)
Archaeology on the Net - Linguistics
Ask a Linguist (The LINGUIST List)
BUBL LINK: 400 Language
BUBL LINK: 410 Linguistics
CALL Lab (Ohio University)
Center for Advanced Research on Language Acquisition (CARLA): Improving Language Teaching and Learning (University of Minnesota)
Center for Applied Linguistics (Washington, DC)
Center for the Study of Language and Information
Communication (Galaxy)
Conlangs (Jeffrey Henning)
Constructed Languages List (Richard Kennaway, University of East Anglia)
CyberDewey Class 400: Language
Digital Librarian: Languages
The Derived FOXP2 Variant of Modern Humans Was Shared with Neandertals (Johannes Krause et al., Current Biology 17:1-5, 19 Oct 2007; summary)
-- Talk Like a Man (Elizabeth Culotta, ScienceNOW Daily News, 18 Oct 2007)
-- Modern speech gene found in Neanderthals (Kerri Smith, Nature News, 18 Oct 2007)
-- Neandertals have the same mutations in FOXP2, the language gene, as modern humans (Kambiz Kamrani, Anthropology.net, 18 Oct 2007)
-- The amazing talking Neandertals (John Hawks Anthropology Weblog, 19 Oct 2007)
-- Neanderthals Had Important Speech Gene, DNA Evidence Shows (Nicholas Wade, New York Times, 19 Oct 2007)
-- A Neandertal gene fragment suggests they too could talk (Knight Science Journalism Tracker, 19 Oct 2007)

Elan Text to Speech Technology (TTS)
Emily's Guide to World Languages (Emily Hanna)
Enduring Voices Project (National Geographic Society, Washington, DC)
-- World's roster of living languages loses a member every two weeks (Knight Science Journalism Tracker, 19 Sep 2007)
Ethnologue: Languages of the World
FirstVoices: Language Archives Celebrating World Indigenous Cultures (First Peoples' Cultural Foundation)
Foreign Language Resource Centers (Michigan State University)
Geometry.net | Language and Linguistics
Gopher Jewels: Language (Galaxy)
HEL (History of the English Language) Website (Dan Mosser)
Heriot-Watt Subject Tree: Languages
History and Philosophy of the Language Sciences
Humbul : Linguistics
iLoveLanguages | The Human-Languages Page (Tyler Chambers)
Institute of Linguists
IPL Ready Reference Collection: Language and Linguistics

Language and Culture: An Introduction to Human Communication
(Dennis O'Neil, Palomar College)
Language Conference Schedules (Roy F. Cochrun)
LanguageGuide.org - Foreign Language Vocabulary, Grammar, and Readings (Thomas Blackmon, Language Guide)
Language Learning Library (U.S. Institute of Languages)
Language-Learning.net
Language Log (Mark Liberman & Geoffrey Pullum et al., Institute for Research in Cognitive Science, University of Pennsylvania)
Language Museum (Michael Cheung, Beijing)
Language Resources (Education Index)
Languages (Virtual Library)
Languages and Linguistics (The English Server)
Languages and Linguistics (KryssTal, Kryss Katsiavriades & Talaat Qureshi, UK)
Languages Made Clear - Free Language Resources
(UniLang, Netherlands)
Languages Today: Languages on the Internet
Lexicon of Linguistics (ed. Jan Don et al., Utrecht Institute of Linguistics)
Librarians' Index to the Internet - Language and Languages Topics
LingNet: The Global Language Network (Defense Language Institute, Monterey, California)
Linguistic Fun (Robert Beard)

The Linguistic Fun Page (Phillip Miller Eberz)
The Linguistic Olympics (Thomas E. Payne)
Linguistics (Anthro.Net)
Linguistics (Virtual Library)
Linguistics Alcove (Robert Singerman, UF Libraries)
Linguistics and Human Languages (Yahoo)
Linguistics and Language Indexes, Abstracts, Bibs, and TOCS
(Nancy Buchanan & Jennifer Atkinson, U Houston Libraries)
Linguistics Department, Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary Anthropology (dir. Bernard Comrie)
Linguistic Society of America
Linguistics Resources on the Internet (Summer Institute of Linguistics)
The LINGUIST List (Martin Jacobsen et al.)
The Linguist's Search Engine (University of Maryland)

The Link Group at Carnegie Mellon
Links2Go: Linguistics
Living Tongues Institute For Endangered Languages (Gregory D. S. Anderson et al., Salem, Oregon)
LTSN Subject Centre for Languages, Linguistics, and Area Studies
(UK Learning and Teaching Support Network)
Measuring Linguistic Diversity of the Internet
(John Paollilo et al., UNESCO, 2005)
PDF
Model Languages: Jeffrey Henning's Home Page
MoS Messages | How has language evolved?
(Museum of Science, Boston)
The Natural Language Playground (Doug Beeferman)
NCLRC | National Capital Language Resource Center (Washington, DC)
Network Nuggets: Languages
Omniglot - A Guide to Writing Systems (Simon Ager)
Open Directory - Science: Social Sciences: Language and Linguistics
Open Semiotics Resource Center (Paul Bouissac et al., Toronto)
Parlo - Language, Culture, Life
Philosophy of Language (Hopkins Philosophy Pages)
Philosophy of Language (Hopkins Philosophy Pages 2)

The Proto-Language (Patrick C. Ryan)
Psychology of Language Page of Links (Roger Kreuz, University of Memphis)
Real talk: There is no language instinct (Vyvyan Evans, Aeon Magazine, 4 Dec 2014)
Resources for Language Students (Alcuin and Clemens Libraries)
Resources for Linguistics (David L. Langenberg, University of Delaware)
Resources of Scholarly Societies - Language and Linguistics
Review of Frameworks for the Representation of Alternative Conceptual Orderings... (Anthony Judge, UIA)
The Rosetta Project (The Long Now Foundation)
Selected Internet Resources: Language and Linguistics (BARD)
Semiotics for Beginners (Daniel Chandler)
-- US Mirror Site
SOSIG: Language, Speech, Linguistics
Sounds Familiar? Accents and Dialects of the UK
(British Library)
Speaking in tongues: Why I want my children to be bilingual (Ben Faccini, Aeon Magazine, 24 Feb 2014)
Speech Accent Archive (George Mason University)
SYSTRAN Free Online Translator (Paris)
Terralingua: Unity ihn Biocultural Diversity (Anna Maffi et al., Salt Spring Island, BC)
UCB Linguistics Collections
UCLA Language Materials Project Index Pages
UC Linguistic Minority Research Institute (University of California, Santa Barbara)

UCL Phonetics and Linguistics (Mark Huckvale, University College London)
UniLang Community (Netherlands)
Union Institute Research Engine -- Languages
Union Institute Research Engine -- Linguistics
Universal Survey of Languages
What's the Word? Radio Program (Modern Language Association)
WLH - Language
Word2Word Language Resources and Translating Chat (Bigben)
Word Wizards | The Canadian Online Language Toolkit
(Canadian Heritage)
The World Atlas of Language Structures (WALS), ed. Bernard Comrie et al.
World Language Resources (WorldLanguage.com)
World Languages (MSU EMuseum)
Yale Library Selected Internet Resources: Linguistics
Yamada Language Guides
Zeal.com - Humanities & Social Sciences - Linguistics


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Sociology

Population and Demography


The foundation of all understanding of sociological theory -- that is to say, of all understanding of human life -- is that no static maintenance of perfection is possible. This axiom is rooted in the nature of things. Advance or Decadence are the only choices offered to mankind.
Alfred North Whitehead

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Search only in Sociology

Academic Info: Sociology (Mike Madin)
Allyn & Bacon's Sociology Links Home Page
American Sociological Association (Washington, DC)
American Sociological Review (JSTOR)
Annual Review of Sociology (JSTOR)
Astrosociology: The Human Dimension of Outer Space (Kathleen Toerpe, ed. Paul Gilster, Centauri Dreams, 25 Oct 2013)
Astrosociology Research Institute
Best Information on the Net - Sociology (O'Keefe Library)
Bill Trochim's Center for Social Research Methods
(William M. K. Trochim)
BISA Historical Sociology Working Group (British International Studies Association)
BUBL LINK: 301 Sociology
The Canadian Journal of Sociology Online
Center for Comparative Social Analysis (UCLA Sociology)
Center on an Aging Society (Georgetown University)
Communications Theory / Gender / Identity -- Resources
(David Gauntlett)
The Cuban Rafter Phenomenon: A Unique Sea Exodus
(University of Miami)
Cybersoc: Internet Research, Consultancy, and Design
(Robin Hamman)

Cybersoc: Sociological and Ethnographic Research of Cyberspace
-- Cybersociology Magazine
Dead Sociologists Index (Larry R. Ridener)
Demography, Sociology, Statistics
(NISS Directory of Networked Resources)
Drucker Archives (Peter F. Drucker)
The Durkheim Pages (Robert Alun Jones)
Economic Sociology Resources (American Sociological Association)
Electronic Journal of Sociology (Athabasca University)
European Values Study (EVS at Tilburg University)
European Virtual Library of Sociology (Anovasofie)
Explaining Clustering in Social Networks: Towards an Evolutionary Theory of Cascading Benefits (Sheen Levine & Robert Kurzban, Managerial and Decision Economics 27:2-3:173-87, 2006)
Geometry.net | Social Anthropology
Geometry.net | Sociology
A Guide to Queer Resources in the Social Sciences (Katia Roberto)
The Havens Center for the Study of Social Structure and Social Change (University of Wisconsin Madison)
HyperMedia Research Centre - Home Page
The Institute for Social Ecology
International Network for Social Network Analysis (INSNA)
International Social Data Page (Paul R. Hensel)
Internet for Social Research Methods (Louise Cort, Intute Virtual Training Suite)

Internet for Social Statistics (Robin Rice, RDN Virtual Training Suite)
Internet Resources: Sociology (CUL Lehman Library)
Internet Sociologist (Suzanne Barbalet, Intute Virtual Training Suite)
Introduction to Social Network Methods (Robert A. Hanneman & Mark Riddle, University of California, Riverside, 2005)
IPL Ready Reference Collection: Sociology
ISSP - International Social Survey Programme
JASSS: The Journal of Artificial Societies and Social Simulation
Kinship and Social Organization: An Interactive Tutorial
(Brian Schwimmer)
Links2Go: Sociology
LookSmart - Exploring Sociology
LTSN Subject Centre for Sociology, Anthropology and Politics
(UK Learning and Teaching Support Network)
Max Planck Institute for the Study of Societies (MPIfG, Cologne)

A Portrait of "Generation Next": How Young People View Their Lives, Futures and Politics (Pew Research Center, Washington, DC, 9 Jan 2007) PDF
ProtoSociology - An International Journal of Interdisciplinary Research
Putting the 'Giggle Factor' to Rest (Kathleen Toerpe, ed. Paul Gilster, Centauri Dreams, 9 Jun 2014)
Resources for Methods in Evaluation and Social Research
(Gene Shackman)
Resources for Sociology (Erin C. Daix, University of Delaware)
Resources of Scholarly Societies - Sociology
Ruavista - Signs of the City (Marc Voelckel)
Searching for home: Where is home for the child of nomads? (Ruth Behar, Aeon Magazine, 14 Apr 2014)
Social Change (Gene Shackman)
Social Geography: An Interactive Open Access Journal (ed. Anthony Giddens et al.)
Soc 231: Social Problems (Frank Ewall, Murray State University)
Social Science Hub - Sociology
Social Theory (Anthro.Net)
The SocioLog (Julian Dierkes)
Sociological Research Online - Home Page
A Sociological Tour Through Cyberspace (Michael C. Kearl)
Sociology (Carol Ritzen Kem & Dolores C. Jenkins, UF Smathers Libraries)
Sociology (Christopher Newman, Suite 101)

Sociology (UCSB InfoSurf)
Sociology Electronic Library (UWELib)
Sociology Hot Links (MCLI)
Sociology Indexes, Abstracts, Bibs, and TOCS
(Nancy Buchanan & Jennifer Atkinson, U Houston Libraries)
Sociology in Switzerland: General Sociology Resources
(ed. Markus Roth et al.)
Sociology Internet Resources (J. Bannister, WCSU)
Sociology of Death and Dying (Michael C. Kearl)
SociologyOnline (Tony Fitzgerald, UK)
Sociology Resources (Education Index)
Sociology Resources on the Internet (New School Libraries)
Sociology Ring (Webring Index)
The Sociology Ring Home Page (Mark A. Foster)

SocioRealm - Sociology Resources (Jessica Champlin, DigeratiWeb)
SocioSite (Albert Benschop, University of Amsterdam)
The SocioWeb - A Sociological Resource Center (Mark Blair)
SOSIG: Sociology
Statistical Resources on the Web (UMich Documents Center)
Study WEB: Sociology
Syllabus Social Theory
(Larry R. Ridener, Sociology 4391, Baylor University)
Tech aesthetics: What tech offices tell us about the future work (Kate Losse, Aeon Magazine, 3 Jul 2014)
UCB Sociology
Union Institute Research Engine -- Sociology
Virtual LRC Sociology and Social Science Information (Michael Bell)
WebGEMS: Sociology
WLH - Sociology
World Values Survey (Ronald Inglehart et al.)
Yale Library Selected Internet Resources: Sociology
Zeal.com - Humanities & Social Sciences - Sociology


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Population and Demography

The AAAS Atlas of Population and Environment (Paul Harrison & Fred Pearce, American Association for the Advancement of Science)
American FactFinder (U.S. Census Bureau)
CEIFO The Centre for Research in International Migration and Ethnic Relations
Census: Canada's population growth (CBC News In Depth)
CensusLinks
Census of Canada, 1901 - Home (National Archives of Canada)
Center for Demography and Ecology (SSCC, U of Wisconsin)
Center for Environment and Population (New Canaan, Connecticut)
Center for Migration Studies (New York)
CIAR Population Health Program (Canadian Institute for Advanced Research)
Cities Transformed: Demographic Change and Its Implications in the Developing World (ed. Mark R. Montgomery et al., US National Research Council, 2003)
City Population - The Largest Cities in the World
COMPAS | The Centre on Migration, Policy and Society
(Oxford University)
TheDataWeb (U.S. Census Bureau/Centers for Disease Control)
Demographic and Social Statistics (UN Statistics Division)
The demographic benefit of international migration : hypothesis and application to the Middle Eastern and North African contexts (Philippe Fargues, World Bank, 1 Nov 2006)
Demography (Anthro.Net)
Demography, Sociology, Statistics
(NISS Directory of Networked Resources)
Diasporas, migration & identities (AHRC Programme, University of Leeds)
The Emergence of Super-Diversity in Britain (Steven Vertovec, Centre on Migration, Policy and Society, Oxford University, 2006) PDF
GenderStats (World Bank Group)
Geometry.net | Demography
Geometry.net | Population Studies
Global Demography of Aging (David E. Bloom et al., Harvard School of Public Health)
Global Migrant Flows: An Interactive Map (Geoffrey Giller, Observations, Scientific American Blog Network, 28 Mar 2014)
Gridded Population of the World (CIESIN)
A Guide To Selected Population Resources On Government Web Sites (Princeton University)
Harvard Center for Population and Development Studies
(Harvard University)
Historical Estimates of World Population
Human Population Reaches 7 Billion -- How Did This Happen and Can It Go On? (David Biello, Scientific American, 28 Oct 2011)
-- 7 Billion People and Counting (In-Depth Reports, Scientific American, 27 Oct 2011)
IIASA - Population Project (International Institute for Applied Systems Analysis)
In Motion: The African-American Migration Experience (Schomberg Center for Research in Black Culture, New York Public Library)
International Database (IDB) Population Pyramids
(Peter Johnson, US Census Bureau)

The IOM Migration Web (International Organization for Migration)
IPUMS-International (Robert McCaa et al., Integrated Public Use Microdata Series, Minnesota Population Center)
ISIM | Institute for the Study of International Migration
(Georgetown University)
Journey of Man [Homo sapiens], with Spencer Wells
(Nat'l Geographic UK, 15 Dec 2002; PBS, 21 Jan 2003)
Links2Go: Demographics
Long-Term Global Demographic Trends: Reshaping the Geopolitical Landscape (CIA, Jul 2001) PDF
Melungeons.com
Migration Information Source (Migration Policy Institute)
Migration Policy Institute (Washington, DC)
MPI | Data Hub: Migration Facts, Stats, and Maps (Migration Policy Institute, Washington, DC)
MPIDR Demographic Research Online Journal
(Max Planck Institute for Demographic Research)
A new perspective on population aging (Warren C. Sanderson & Sergei Scherbov, Demographic Research 16:2:27-59, 16 Jan 2007)
NIDI - Netherlands Interdisciplinary Demographic Institute
Office of Population Research (Princeton)
Peopling North America: Population Movements & Migration
(Applied History Research Group, University of Calgary)
POPClocks (U.S. Census Bureau)
POPIN Home Page (UN Population Information Network)
-- POPIN Gopher
-- World Demographic Trends
PopNet: The Source for Global Population Information
(Population Reference Bureau)
PopPlanet Homepage (National Council for Science and the Environment, Washington, DC)
Population and Demographics Resources on the Internet
(New School Libraries)
Population and the Environment (Union of Concerned Scientists)

Population.com (WorldNews.com)
Population Counter -- Country Index (MSU EMuseum)
Population density and urbanization: Population of capital cities and cities of 100,000 and more inhabitants (UN Statistics Division - Demographic and Social Statistics)
Population Index (Princeton)
The Population Institute (Werner Fornos et al.)
Population: A Lively Introduction (Joseph A. McFalls Jr., Population Bulletin 62:1, Population Reference Bureau, Mar 2007) PDF
Population Matters (RAND)
The Population Profile of the United States (U.S. Census Bureau)
Population Reference Bureau (Washington, DC)
The Population Research Center at NORC & the University of Chicago (National Opionion Research Center)
Population Resource Letter
Population Statistics (Jan Lahmeyer, WESP, Netherlands)
Push and Pull Factors of International Migration (NIDI/Eurostat)
Report on the Demographic Situation in Canada (Statistics Canada)
SD-Dimensions: Women and Population (FAO)
Should ART Be Part of a Population Policy Mix? A Preliminary Assessment of the Demographic and Economic Impact of Assisted Reproductive Technologies (Jonathan Grant et al., RAND Corporation, Jun 2006) PDF
6 billion Human Beings (Musée de l'Homme)
Social Science Data Analysis Network
(SSDAN, UM Population Studies Center)

SOSIG: Demography
The State of World Population (UNFPA)
Total Midyear Population for the World: 1950-2050 (U.S. Census Bureau)
2009 World Population Data Sheet (Population Reference Bureau, 6 Aug 2009) PDF
Understanding Diverse Neighborhoods in an Era of Demographic Change (Margery Austin Turner & Julie Fenderson, Urban Institute, Washington, DC, Jun 2006)
United Nations Population Division (UN Department of Economic and Social Affairs)
United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA)
United Nations World Population, 1998 (POPIN)
United States Historical Census Data Browser
(Geospatial and Statistical Data Center, UVa)
U.S. National Report on Population and the Environment (Victoria D. Markham & Nadia Steinzor, Center for Environment & Population, Jul 2006) PDF
World demographic trends (UN Economic and Social Council, 10 Jan 2007) PDF
World Population (Arnon Medzini)
World Population Clock (Galen B. Huntington, UC Berkeley)
The World Population Clock (Germán & Nicolás Rodríguez, Princeton University)
World population unlikely to stop growing this century (Quirin Schiermeier, Nature News & Comment, 18 Sep 2014)
World Population: A Guide to the WWW (Richard Jensen)
World Population Highlights: Key Findings from PRB's 2010 World Population Data Sheet (Jason Bremnet et al., Population Bulletin 65:2, Jul 2010) PDF
-- 2010 World Population Data Sheet (Carl Haub, Population Reference Bureau, 27 Jul 2010) PDF
-- 2010 World Population Clock (Population Reference Bureau)
World Population Information (U.S. Census Bureau)
World Population Profile: 1998
(Thomas M. McDevitt et al., U.S. Census Bureau)
World Population Prospects Population Database
(UN Population Division)
The World's Youth 2000 (Anne Boyd et al., Population Reference Bureau, 2001)
Worldwide Directory of Population Institutions (UN POPIN)
Youth Quake: Population, fertility and environment in the 21st century (John Guillebaud, Optimum Population Trust, London, 13 Jun 2007) PDF

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