Anyone can put information on the web, so how can you tell if it's reliable and accurate?
Useful websites that are relevant to Government and Society include:
The Centre for Research on Families, Life Course and Generations
Interdisciplinary forum for researchers and research users interested in families, life course trajectories and transitions, and intergenerational relationships.
Gateway giving access to UK central and local government websites.
Governance and Social Development Resource Centre (GSDRC)
Provides evidence and expertise in the fields of governance, social development, humanitarian response and conflict.
Richard Kimber's Political Science Resources
UK Government Web Archive
There is a huge range of information on the Internet, but you need to be vigilant about the quality of what you find. Using subject gateways and sites which are created by subject specialists will ensure that you find information that has been evaluated for its academic quality.