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Selection in sociology strives to include all areas of sociological research, with special emphasis in materials supporting the courses and research specialties of Tulane students and faculty. These areas of emphasis include child and family studies, criminology and deviant behavior, demography, environmental sociology, gender and sexuality studies, political sociology, qualitative and quantitative research methods, social movements, social theory, and urban studies. While international in scope, the collections also serve the Sociology Department's research strengths in Asian studies and Latin American studies. Because of the interdisciplinary nature of the field, many other disciplines utilize the materials selected for sociology, including (but are not limited to) psychology, social work, economics, political science, history, public health, Latin American Studies, business, gender & sexuality studies, environmental studies and law.