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Mass Observation Online

Selected parts of the Mass Observation Archive are now available online through a resource published by Adam Matthew Digital for public and university libraries to purchase. The entire File Report sequence, early Mass Observation publications and selected Topic Collections are available along with the Diaries and Directive responses from 1939 to 1950. The resource also includes a interactive maps, bibliographic resources and essays on various aspects of Mass Observation.

The Adam Matthew website provides further details on the resource, including the opportunity for institutions to register for online trials.

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