A bibliographic database of journal, newspaper and magazine articles from hundreds of international alternative, radical and left periodicals. Covering 1991 to the present, it provides access to emerging theories and practices of social change.
Covering primarily the 1950s and 1960s, Behind the Scenes of the Civil Rights Movements provides access to primary source documents that focus on how ordinary citizens in the smaller communities viewed, participated in and lived through this historical era. When completed in 2025, the collection will include letters, general correspondence, logs, demonstration plan outlines, transportation logs and plans, meetings, worship services, photographs, newsletters, news reels, interviews and musical recordings from Black, Latine, Native American and Asian American Pacific Islander communities.
The eight compilations from the Atlanta History Center include,
● Alert Americans Association broadside "Martin Luther King...At Communist Training School”
● Atlanta American Council of Christian Churches documents on the Black Manifesto
● Clarence Bacote papers
● Coretta Scott King documents
● Herman L. Turner papers
● Jones family papers of Lovett School
● Roland M. Frye papers
● Southern Regional Council documents
This Council on Foreign Relations database documents publicly known state sponsored instances of cyber operations from 2005 to present targeting governments, militaries, civil society, and the private sector with China, Iran, North Korea, and Russia being the primary perpetrators.
Contains data on the occurrence and impacts of over 26,000 mass disasters worldwide from 1900 to the present day. The database is compiled from various sources, including UN agencies, non-governmental organizations, reinsurance companies, research institutes, and press agencies.
Covers independence and partition; the Indian annexation of Hyderabad and Goa; war between India and Pakistan; tensions and war between India and China; the consolidation of power of the Congress Party in India; military rule in Pakistan; the turbulent independence of Bangladesh; and the development of nuclear weapons in the region.
Foreign Office Files covering Southeast Asia between 1963 and 1980 in a time of conflict, growth and change. Covers the establishment of an independent Malaysia in 1963, following the release of the Cobbold Commission Report and the escalation of hostilities between Malaysia and Indonesia, which opposed the independence of Malaysia. Indonesia itself would experience growing civil unrest in this period, with anti-Communist sentiments on the rise.
1963-1966: Cold War in the Pacific, Trade Relations and the Post-Independence Period
1967-1980: Foundations of Economic Growth and Industrialization
Collection of publicly available high quality and the most reliable historical economic data on nominal (current-price) measures and real (constant-price measures). Data presented here covers the United States, United Kingdom, Australia, and Spain. Examples of featured data sets cover topics such as Gross Domestic Product (GDP), Consumer Price Index (CPI), wages, earnings, interest rates, stocks, and currency exchange rates with coverage of these items varying from county-to-country.
A top resource for private market data -- startups, private equity and venture capital investors, angel investors, limited partners like foundations and sovereign wealth funds, plus deals, funding rounds, and more. Also provides information about public and private companies plus market research.
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Access to the 2022 and 2023 edition of Sage Business Cases covering topics such as accounting, business ethics & corporate social responsibility, economics, entrepreneurship, finance, general business & management, human resource management, information & knowledge management, international business & management, leadership, marketing, operations management, organization studies, research methods for business & management, and strategic management
SAGE Skills: Business enables students to practice real-world business and professional skills. With easy access to a range of multimedia content in the areas of data analytics, entrepreneurship, leadership, organizational communication, and professionalism, students can develop high-demand skills needed to transition from campus to the workplace. These skills topics are integrated with SAGE's journal, book, case, video, and reference content, allowing for a rich scholarly environment and enhanced discoverability.
An interactive digital resource that empowers students to learn the practical academic and personal skills needed to thrive during their time in higher education and beyond. Includes ten comprehensive modules that are relevant across courses and disciplines on campus: academic integrity and referencing; academic writing; communications and interpersonal skills; critical thinking; data literacy; diversity, bias, and impacting change; information literacy; personal development and well-being; research skills; and study strategies and assignments.
Includes video covering the disciplines of Business & Management; Counseling & Psychotherapy; Criminology & Criminal Justice; Education; Leadership; Media, Communication & Cultural Studies; Nursing; Politics & International Relations; Psychology; Social Work; and Sociology.
Provides a sustainable methodology and platform for access and findability of coordination resources across a diverse range of transportation technical assistance centers and the Federal Transit Administration (FTA).
Produced by the United Nations Development Program, this resource is a summary measure of average achievement in key dimensions of human development: a long and healthy life, being knowledgeable and having a decent standard of living. The health dimension is assessed by life expectancy at birth, the education dimension is measured by mean of years of schooling for adults aged 25 years and more and expected years of schooling for children of school entering age. The standard of living dimension is measured by gross national income per capita. HDI can be used to question national policy choices, asking how two countries with the same level of GNI per capita can end up with different human development outcomes. These contrasts can stimulate debate about government policy priorities. It does not reflect on inequalities, poverty, human security, empowerment, etc. The HDRO provides other composite indices as broader proxy on some of the key issues of human development, inequality, gender disparity and poverty.