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Finding reliable statistical information about a particular locale (city, municipal area, region, etc.) can vary significantly. The level of data collection regarding population, demographics, etc. that takes place in the United States on a routine basis is not typical of the rest of the world.
Large well known locations in the world (Chicago, New York, London, Hong Kong, Ontario, Paris, San Diego, etc.) typically will have local municipal mechanisms or offices in place to actually gather or nicely distil from larger national or regional statistical gathering efforts data into locally "actionable" kinds of statistical data. These kinds of offices or agencies can provide a wealth of statistical data. Be aware that this kind of statistical data will likely "lag" in time and may not be as current as you would prefer.
The American Community Survey (ACS) is an ongoing statistical survey that samples a small percentage of the population every year -- giving communities the information they need to plan investments and services.
Online publication produced at the University of Oxford that shows how living conditions are changing. Covers a wide range of topics across many academic disciplines: Trends in health, food provision, the growth and distribution of incomes, violence, rights, wars, culture, energy use, education, and environmental changes. Includes analysis and visualizations.
The Factbook is a comprehensive resource of facts and statistics on more than 250 countries and other entities. A good source for demographic, political, and economic information from the Central Intelligence Agency.
The Microdata Library facilitates access to data collected through sample surveys of households, business establishments or other facilities. These 'microdata' sets may also originate from population, housing or agricultural censuses or through an administrative data collection processes. The Library contains supporting documentation from censuses and surveys conducted or supported by the World Bank, as well as by other international organizations, statistical agencies and other agencies in low and middle-income countries.
Finding Research, Trade and Popular Business Articles
The largest and most in-depth business research database available. Contains scholarly research, trade publications, and industry news and reports. Includes books, case studies, company profiles, country reports, industry reports, market research reports, peer reviewed scholarship from more than 2000 journals available in full text, SWOT analysis and thousands of trade publications. Coverage begins in 1886 (yes, 1886).
Business Source Complete will likely provide you with an excellent start on your literature review (scholarly, trade, popular) if your topic is even remotely "business centric."
Be sure to include the permalinkalong with the APA formatted citation to the resources that you will be using as part of your research.
Washington, DC: American Psychological Association, 2009. 6th ed.
Written as a guide for contributors to A.P.A. journals, this is also useful to students who need to know recommended forms for presenting bibliographies, footnotes, tables, and figures.
Accessibility: Reserve -- BF76.7 .P83x 2009 ( 4 Hour Circulation )
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PLEASE NOTE : Request It (E-ZBorrow) will become unavailable on Thursday, July 1, 2021 as we transition to a new system with a launch date in August 2021. Please use Request It (Green Squirrel) during this time period. Thank you.
Using EZB is the fastest way to get a book that Millersville does not have. Items usually arrive within 4 business days at the library circulation desk in McNairy Library.
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Request full-text articles, chapters/sections of books, books, and conference proceedings. Look for the green squirrel when you're in a library database to request items. Articles usually arrive within 2 business days; books and other physical items typically arrive in 5 business days.