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Gale Sports and Recreation Thesaurus

The Gale Sports and Recreation Thesaurus is a subset of the master Gale Social Sciences Thesaurus in the narrower domain of specific sports, sporting events, hobbies, and other recreational activities, whether engaged in by individuals or groups, amateurs, or professionals, for simple pleasure or competitive success. Also covered is the business of sports. Examples of subject descriptors in this thesaurus include sprinting, long-distance running races, arena football, windsurfing, safaris, bird watching, and stamp collecting.

Gale Sociology Thesaurus

The Gale Sociology Thesaurus is a subset of the master Gale Social Sciences Thesaurus in the narrower domain of the practice of sociology and the study of complex human societies, social groups (from families to nations), and the institutions, processes, movements, issues, and behavior related to those groupings. It includes subfields such as political sociology and methods of sociology. Also provided are terms for social arrangements like slavery, intergroup relations, and concubinage. All thesaural relationships (BT/NT, RT, USE/UF) are included, and some terms have scope notes.

Gale Social Sciences Thesaurus

The Gale Social Sciences thesaurus is a large thesaurus in the domain of anthropology, economics, education, geography, history, law, library science, political science, psychology, sociology, and sports/recreation. All thesaural relationships (BT/NT, RT, USE/UF) are included, and some terms have scope notes. The thesaurus contains 13,614 preferred terms/concepts (2019) and is continually updated.

Gale Religion and Philosophy Thesaurus

The Gale Religion and Philosophy Thesaurus is a subset of the master Gale Humanities Thesaurus. This thesaurus includes subject areas related to world religions, religious law, religious occupations and organizations, rituals and symbolism, morality, philosophers, reasoning, and philosophical thought. All thesaural relationships (BT/NT, RT, USE/UF) are included, and some terms have scope notes. The thesaurus contains 2,364 preferred terms/concepts (2019) and is continually updated.

Gale Public Relations Thesaurus

The Gale Public Relations Thesaurus is a subset of the master Gale Business Thesaurus in the narrower domain of public relations agencies. It includes terms in marketing communications, press relations, customer relations, investor relations, consumer education advertising, public service advertising, advocacy advertising, social cause advertising, corporate image, publicity, propaganda, and corporate social responsibility. All thesaural relationships (BT/NT, RT, USE/UF) are included, and some terms have scope notes.

Gale Psychology Thesaurus

The Gale Psychology Thesaurus is a subset of the master Gale Social Sciences Thesaurus in the narrower domain of the study of the human psyche, emotions, reactions, mental processes, and individual behavior. Included are subdisciplines of psychology: psychopathology, human ecology, counseling, psychiatry, psychotherapy, peer counseling, sex therapy, child psychotherapy, and psychological disorders and treatments. All thesaural relationships (BT/NT, RT, USE/UF) are included, and some terms have scope notes.

Gale Products and Services Thesaurus

The Gale Products and Services Thesaurus comprises of all types of marketable products and services, as generic types, not brand names, both categories and highly specific things. Products include manufactured goods, processed goods, and raw materials, including plants, animals, and minerals if they are sold commercially. Services comprise all those that are available commercially. This thesaurus also features terms for broader classes of products such as animal products.

Gale Political Science Thesaurus

The Gale Political Science Thesaurus is a subset of the master Gale Social Sciences Thesaurus in the narrower domain of the development, arrangement, and conduct of government, as well as the theories and the study of these processes. Also included are levels and kinds of government (local government, democracy, despotism, absolutism or tyranny), processes (elections), related activities (lobbyists, methods of change), movements (the American Civil Rights Movement), and actions such as misconduct in office. This thesaurus does not cover laws or legal procedures.

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