Social science, anthropology


GN1-673, GR – GV – Anthropology. Sport and leisure
H – HA – Social sciences (gen.). Statistics
HB – Economics
HC – Economic history
HD – HE – Management. Employment. Transport
HF – HJ – Trade. Finance
HM – Sociology
HN -HQ – Social history. Family
HS – HT – Social groups and classes
HV – Social welfare. Criminology
HX – Utopias. Socialism. Extremism

Subject area resources online


E-reources available at University of Warsaw

  • IBUK
  • EBSCO Academic (Online + offline)
  • EMIS
  • Passport
  • ProQuest Central – dabases:
    • ABI/INFORM Collection
    • Accounting, Tax & Banking Collection
    • Asian & European Business Collection
    • Profile firm Hoovera
    • Canadian Business & Current Affairs Database: Business
    • Career & Technical Education Database: Business.
    • India Database: Business
    • ProQuest Dissertations & Theses A&I: Business
    • Research Library: Business
    • Research Library: Social Sciences
    • Social Science Database
  • EBSCOhost – databases bibliographical and fulltext:
    • Business Source Ultimate
    • Newspaper Source
    • Newswires
    • Regional Business News
    • SocINDEX with Full Text


A R I A N T A Polish Scientific and Professional Electronic Journals


Statistics Poland

Polish Humanitarian Action

The Tadeusz Manteuffel Institute of History Polish Academy of Sciences

The WWW Virtual Library Society

University of Finance and Management – Social Diagnosis 2000-2013 Objective and Subjective Quality of Life in Poland

World Factbook
Country information, including: history, people, government, economy, geography, communications, transportation, military, and transnational issues, maps of the major world regions, flags of the world, a physical map of the world, a political map of the world, a world oceans map, and a standard time zones of the world map.

Capital IQ
Standard & Poor’s database providing a wealth of information on companies, markets and people. Covers market intelligence, financial analysis, screening and targeting, and relationships between people and organizations.
Note: Tuck students have individual accounts (No student access over the Summer); Others may email for access.

GlobalData: Oil & Gas
Research solutions covering the full breadth of the oil & gas industry, from exploration to refining, data and analysis across the upstream, midstream, downstream and petrochemicals sectors.

GlobalData: Power
Covers renewables, carbon emissions and trading, hydrogen and fuel cells, coal to gas, gas to liquids, biomass to liquids and nuclear industries. 25,000+ power plants, 16,000+ companies, and hundreds of research reports.

Library of Congress Country Studies

Doing Business-World Bank

GlobalEDGE: Your Source for Global Business Knowledge

UNESCO Regional & Country Profiles

Communicating across Cultures – LinkedIn Learning online course:
To succeed in a cross-cultural business setting, it’s important to understand the differences in how people communicate. Language isn’t the only barrier. Pace, style, and nonverbal cues all affect how messages are received. If you do business on a global scale or in a diverse environment, adapting your communication strategy is critical to workplace harmony and the bottom line. In this course, Kelley School of Business professor and executive coach Tatiana Kolovou demonstrates simple techniques to build your cross-cultural communication skills: as a manager, peer, or coworker. Learn how to adapt your communication style, overcome hidden bias, and build rapport with colleagues around the world.

Everyday Sociology Blog

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