Social Sciences

“This well-designed set is broad in scope and content and deserves a place in high school, public, community college and many university libraries. Given the great current interest in U.S. immigration issues, these two volumes should help stimulate and support additional research on many diverse, immigration-related topics.” –American Reference Books Annual, on Issues in U.S. Immigration

Salem Press' expanding Social Sciences collection provides students and researchers with an in-depth exploration of all aspects of human society and social relationships. From ethics to sociology, alongside race relations, immigration and cultures around the globe, this series provides readers with important historical background information to better understand each topic combined with an exploration of how to better understand these topics in today's society.