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SOCIOL 490S: Pathways to Delinquency: Finding Data

International Self-Reported Delinquency Study-2 (ISRD-2)

Find Statistics and Numeric Data

  • Center for Data and Visualization Services at Duke
    Duke's data and GIS collection covers a wide range of topics such as: business trends, education, statistics, healthcare, labor statistics, political behavior, and a full range of demographic information.
  • ICPSR Data Archive
    ICPSR, the Inter-university Consortium for Political and Social Research, is a membership-based organization which collects data from individual researchers, polling agencies, and governmental and international agencies. Its purpose is to maximize the availability and utilization of data resources by obtaining data and the technical documentation needed to access them for redistribution to its membership. Duke University's membership in ICPSR allows all Duke researchers to use ICPSR resources free of charge.
  • National Longitudinal Survey of Youth 1997
    "The NLSY97 consists of a nationally representative sample of approximately 9,000 youths who were 12 to 16 years old as of December 31, 1996. Round 1 of the survey took place in 1997. In that round, both the eligible youth and one of that youth's parents received hour-long personal interviews. In addition, during the screening process, an extensive two-part questionnaire was administered that listed and gathered demographic information on members of the youth's household and on his or her immediate family members living elsewhere. Youths are interviewed on an annual basis. "-- From the Bureau of Labor Statistics website
  • Roper Center
    Preserves the data from polls conducted by many leading survey research organizations; provides links to the Catalog of Holdings, including iPOLL (organized at the question level, providing access to questions asked on national public opinion surveys from 1935 to the present), Public Opinion Matters, Election Data, and National Science Foundation surveys.
  • Sociometrics Social Science Electronic Data Library (SSEDL)
    Contains over 250 health, social, and behavioral research studies organized into 8 topical Data Archives: AIDS/STD, Disability in the U.S., American Family, Adolescent Pregnancy & Pregnancy Prevention, Aging, Maternal Drug Abuse, Contextual Data, Child Well-Being And Poverty..

Criminal Justice Statistics