Religion Journals And Serials: An Analytical Guide

Hardcover | April 1, 1988

byEugene C. Fieg

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This book provides comprehensive coverage of English-language serials in the area of religion. Designed both to help librarians make collection development decisions and aid scholars in determining whether a particular source will be useful for research purposes, Religion Journals and Serials includes over 300 separate entries arranged by subject. Each entry contains extensive bibliographic information as well as a descriptive and evaluative annotation. The bibliographic data is unusually complete and includes details such as date founded, title changes and mergers, frequency, price, circulation, manuscript selection criteria, availability of reprints, whether the journal includes book reviews, advertisements, or an index, target audience, and availability online or in indexing/abstracting services.

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This book provides comprehensive coverage of English-language serials in the area of religion. Designed both to help librarians make collection development decisions and aid scholars in determining whether a particular source will be useful for research purposes, Religion Journals and Serials includes over 300 separate entries arranged...

Format:HardcoverDimensions:235 pages, 9.41 × 7.24 × 0.98 inPublished:April 1, 1988Publisher:GREENWOOD PRESS INC.

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ISBN - 10:0313245134

ISBN - 13:9780313245138

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?Continuing the fine tradition established by earlier volumes in the series, the compiler has selected 328 titles from a field of approximately 2,000 English-language serials on religion. The primary aim of the work is to help librarians in selecting scholarly journals. For this purpose the short, pithy descriptive annotations will be of value. The annotations indicate that, with few exceptions, each has been examined. The titles are arranged under broad subject headings; each entry includes 21 information items (e.g. title, date founded, frequency, publisher). . . Title, publisher, geographical, subject, and audience indexes facilitate use of this volume. . .?-Choice