Call Number: UCF Main Library Reference -- HN 49.R33.A85 2004
NOTE: Online access is limited to 1 simultaneous user ch4ck availability of print version
"These 290 alphabetically organized entries detail the notorious and often violent histories, activities, and beliefs of the most active and influential extremists and extremist groups in operation around the world. Atkins highlights the dark truth that people of all ideologies, religions, regions, and races share a readiness for violence." "A majority of the book's entries focuses on extremist activity since 1980. Many entries provide historical perspectives that add an unprecedented fullness of information. This work, a companion to the Encyclopedia of Modern American Extremists and Extremist Groups, contains information that no other single source can offer, covering such groups and individuals as English Neo-Nazis, Argentinean death squads, ecoterrorists, Hindu xenophobes, and Japanese cults."
Encyclopedia of American Social History
Call Number: UCF Main Library Reference -- HN57.E58 1993
v. 1. Periods of social change ; Methods and contexts ; The construction of social identity ; Processes of social change -- v. 2. Ethnic and racial subcultures ; Regionalism and regional subcultures ; Space and place ; Patterns of everyday life ; Work and labor -- v. 3. Popular culture and recreation ; Family history ; Social problems, social control, and social protest ; Science, medicine, and technology ; Education and literacy
Call Number: UCF Online General Collection -- HN 90.P8.M58 2010
Violence in America: An Encyclopedia
Call Number: UCF Main Library Reference -- HN90.V5V5474 1999
"This three-volume set on the social, historical, biological, and cultural aspects of violence in the United States offers 600 entries on topics ranging from violence, homicide, and race and ethnicity to women, child abuse, labor and unions, sociobiology, "ultimate fighting," television, gun violence, and various events and persons."