Alcohol Studies Database - This resource contains more than 60,000 citations to journal articles, books, and book chapters) conference papers, dissertations, and audio-visual materials collected at Center of Alcohol Studies at Rutgers University since 1987.
Center for Immigration Studies - Since 1985, this Washington- based group has focused attention on gathering accurate data on both legal and illegal immigration to the United States and providing it to both policymakers and the general public.
Center for Rural Studies - Founded in 1978 at the University of Vermont, this agency serves both as a center for state census data and offers an online backfile of its publications on Vermont's communities to 1995.
Center for the Study of Group Processes ( University of Iowa ) - A multidisciplinary research center founded at the University of Iowa in 1892 to provide support for group processes study. "Group", as defined here, covers formal organizations, political groups, families, intimates, social categories and societies.
Institute for Research on Poverty -Based at the University of Wisconsin-Madison since 1966, the Institute is one of three such bodies that monitor social inequality nationally within the United States,. Special emphasis placed on family welfare in the Midwest.
National Center for Children in Poverty - Based at Columbia University's School of Public Health since 1989, the Center offers demographic information on levels of poverty by state, data tools for calculating aspects of poverty , profiles of current projects and areas of concern, and the most recent annual report.
National Institute of Corrections Library - the emphasis of this online full-text collection is in unpublished materials generated by correctional agencies that focus on internal operations, supplemented by publications of the National Institute of Corrections.
Survey Research Center - Based at the University of Michiagn, this sites offers "nearly everything useful on the web for the practice of survey research." Researchers should begin with the section on "Poll and Survey Findings and Data".
West Coast Poverty Center -Created in October 2005 at the University of Washington as one of three national centers monitoring poverty on a regional scale, the Center offers analysis of poverty in the west coast region using the factors of labor markets, demographics, family and inequality.