Occupational Outlook Handbook THE OOH is a comprehensive resource on employment in the United States. It provides detailed job descriptions, salary information, and up-to-date statistics on job prospects and employment outlook.
O*Net Online O*Net is similar to OOH, but provides additional tools for exploring careers and self-assessments for finding your best career match.
Gale Encyclopedia of Public Health “Topics include diseases and conditions, health and wellness efforts, nutrition, ethics and law-related topics and statistics, sanitation issues, and everyday environmental effects”
Gale Encyclopedia of Fitness “Covers a variety of topics on physiology and fitness, including sports, body systems, the body’s reaction to physical fitness, (and) exercise activities.”
The Emotional Power of Music “bringing together contributions from psychologists, neuroscientists, musicologists, musicians, and philosophers…”
St. James Encyclopedia of Popular Culture “Covers topics and persons in major areas of popular culture: film, music, print culture, social life, sports, television and radio, and art and performance (including theater, dance, stand-up comedy, and other live performance).”
Alcohol in Popular Culture: An Encyclopedia “an overview of the entire history of alcohol in America from the first colonies to present day, focusing on the often-marginalized and pop culture aspects of alcohol use and misuse.”
Encyclopedia of Contemporary Christian Music “important performers and industry figures, songs and albums, concerts and festivals, the rise of Christian radio and television, and other issues related to the growth of inspirational music.”
Encyclopedia of American Social Movements “examines every social movement in American history – from the great struggles for abolition, civil rights, and women’s equality to the more specific quests for prohibition, consumer safety, unemployment insurance, and global justice.”
Privacy in the Age of Big Data “highlights the many positive outcomes of digital surveillance and data collection while also outlining those forms of data collection to which we do not always consent, and of which we are likely unaware…”
Bioethics “topics such as key cases in bioethics, the human biome, genetically modified foods, emergency preparedness and response, social justice, sustainability, chemical warfare and torture, among many others”
Encyclopedia of the Mind “This encyclopedia brings together scholars from the entire range of mind-related academic disciplines from across the arts and humanities, social sciences, life sciences, and computer science and engineering to explore the multidimensional nature of the human mind.”
Mental Health “Provides students with a concise view of divergent opinions on (mental health)”
Pseudoscience: A Critical Encyclopedia What makes science, science?… The encyclopedia spans the full spectrum of scientific and nonscientific pursuits, from chemistry, biology, psychology, and medicine to eugenics, religion, cryptozoology, the occult, and paranormal activities.”
Extraterrestrial Life “Covers the topic of extraterrestrial life; from personal accounts and case studies to pertinent factual and statistical articles to commentaries and overviews.”