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The Sociological Cinema is a resource for using video and pop culture to teach and learn sociology. Each video is tagged with appropriate sociological themes and organized for busy instructors.
In addition, the below video takes viewers through the findings of a 2011 study conducted by Dan Ariely and Michael Norton, who asked respondents to report what they thought the ideal distribution of wealth in the United States should be, and then asked how they thought wealth was actually distributed.
The Internet Archive has captured more than 20 years of website content that provides insight into important world events and organizations. Includes web pages, books, audio recordings, videos, images, and software programs. Coverage: 1996 - present. Contains primary sources. Full text.