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A nonprofit educational consortium based in McClelland, Iowa, that receives and re-transmits television news and entertainment programming from more than fifty different countries in the original languages.
Oxford Bibliographies Online (OBO) is a powerful reference source that offers substantial peer reviewed bibliographies for numerous disciplines, including the Communication field. The Syracuse University Libraries OBO subscription includes coverage of these subjects:
Art History || Atlantic History || Biblical Studies|| Buddhism || Cinema & Media Studies|| Classics || Communication || Educaton || Hinduism || International Relations || Islamic Studies || Latino Studies || Medieval Studies || Philosophy || Political Science || Public Health || Psychology || Renaissance and Reformation || Sociology || Victorian Literature
Please note - SULinks (tool for linking from bibliographic references to full-text for those items available via Syracuse University Libraries) is not optimized for some of the references one will see in this database. To definitively determine source availability at SU Libraries for any specific OBO reference, use the research tools at https://library.syr.edu (e.g., Classic Catalog, Journals List, SUMMON search engine, etc.)
Has been described as “The World’s Largest Collection of Organized Statistical Data.”
Once inside Data-Planet Statistical Datasets, look toward the left of the screen for a series of subject folders. The "International" folder draws datapoints from sources such as the International Monetary Fund, World Bank, United Nations and China Data Center as well as World Resource Institute environmental data. Additional categories cover foreign labor statistics, population change/migration, and balance of trade data. Data categories covered for the U.S. include education, commerce, housing and construction, population and income, prices and cost of living, energy, health, labor & employment, banking, finance and insurance. Variables can be cross-compared using side by side tables and charts.