A bibliographic database that indexes and abstracts articles from published and unpublished material on Australia's natural and cultural environment. Source documents include journals, unpublished reports, books, videos and conference proceedings. Subject coverage includes ceremonial grounds and sacred sites, historic towns and buildings, national parks, and world heritage sites.
Anthropological Fieldwork Online brings the fieldwork underpinning the great ethnographies of the early 20th century into the digital world. This fully indexed, primary source database unfolds the historical development of anthropology from a global perspective, bringing together the work of early scholars who shaped the theories and methods students learn about, critique and re-shape today.
Browse by Archival Collection, Content-Type, Cultural Group, and Subject. Fully searchable. At completion, Anthropological Fieldwork Online will contain 250,000 pages of primary sources from renowned anthropologists.
The Anthropological Index Online (AIO) is published by the Royal Anthropological Institute (RAI) in cooperation with Anthropology Library and Research Centre at the British Museum. It is an index to articles in journals taken by the Library and to films held at the Royal Anthropological Institute. The Library, which incorporates the former RAI library, holds some 4,000 periodical titles (1,500 current) covering all branches and areas of anthropology. Nearly 800 journals, published in more than 40 languages, are indexed on a continuing basis. Records cover 1957 to the present.
An online service of the American Anthropological Association (AAA), AnthroSource is a portal offering access to current content from AAA's diverse portfolio of 32 anthropological publications including journals, books, monographs, bulletins, and newsletters spanning more than a century of full-text anthropological knowledge. Founded in 1902, the AAA is the world's largest organisation of individuals interested in anthropology.
A comprehensive audio-visual encyclopaedia of human behaviour and culture which includes material from every continent. Thematic areas include language and culture, body language, cooking, family structures, music and the arts, gender, and more. It contains classic and contemporary documentaries, previously unpublished footage, and selected feature films.
Gale Research Complete (GRC) provides access to a large number of databases and covers covers a broad range of disciplines. GRC includes access to a wide range of primary sources, e-reference and periodical content, and combines proprietary e-reference content from Gale, Journal Citation Report (JCR)—quality periodicals, literary criticism, and full-text literary works as well as rare primary source content from the vaults of the world’s great libraries. Includes Archives Unbound, which presents topically-focused digital collections of historical documents that support the research and study needs of scholars, researchers, and students at the college and university level.
This comprehensive collection covers both contemporary and historical issues within the field of Indigenous studies. Its multidisciplinary and interdisciplinary framework encompasses anthropology, community development, cultural studies, economics, education, health, history, human geography, law, land rights, literature, politics, policy making, (post)-colonial studies, psychology, race studies, sociology and visual & performing arts.
Includes Books & Reference, Field Cases, Podcasts & Videos.SAGE Research Methods (SRM) is a research tool supported by a newly devised taxonomy that links content and methods terms. It provides the most comprehensive picture available today of research methods (quantitative, qualitative and mixed methods) across the social and behavioural sciences. It includes more than 100,000 pages of SAGE book and reference material on research methods as well as editorially selected material from SAGE journals.
A breadth of printed and manuscript sources over four centuries, providing a multitude of perspectives on the changing roles of women in history. This collection offers access to the works and legacy of many notable and influential women, but also a chance to hear the voices of forgotten and ordinary women. It includes papers and rare printed works of important female writers and thinkers; life writing and autobiographies of a range of 18th and 19th century women.