Society and Culture - HSC

A guide to resources for HSC Society and Culture especially for researching for your Personal Interest Projects (PIPs).

Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander visitors are kindly advised that this website includes images, sounds and names of people who have passed.

All users should be aware that some topics or historical content may be culturally sensitive, offensive or distressing, and that some images may contain nudity or are of people not yet identified. Certain words, terms or descriptions may reflect the author's/creator's attitude or that of the period in which they were written, but are now considered inappropriate in today's context.

Key to library resources

Access anywhere with a library card In the Library (or anywhere with a Library card for NSW residents)
Available to access in the library Only in the Library
Publicly available online Publicly available

About the guide

This guide brings together the essential resources for Society and Culture, especially those that are useful for researching for your Personal Interest Project (PIP).

It includes key eresources and websites that can help you find the best information and can be used anywhere, anytime with a Library card.

You should also refer to the NSW Education Standards Authority (NESA) website for Society and Culture which contains useful information about the syllabus and assessment and reporting. 

You can also find links to past HSC exam papers

HSC at the Library

Top tips from high achieving students:

Why did you choose Society and Culture as a HSC subject?

See more in this series on the Library website.

Refugee Week Sydney 2012
© Louise Whelan and State Library of NSW

Study rooms