Topical Bibliography

Topical Bibliography

 

(tematicheskaia bibliografiia; some times translated as “subject bibliography”), a directory of printed works listed according to subject. In contradistinction to special bibliographies, which contain the literature of a given area of knowledge, topical bibliographies provide a selection of material independent of the field of learning. In accordance with GOST (All-Union State Standard) 16448–70, entitled Bibliography: Terms and Definitions, the term “topical directory of literature” (tematicheskii ukazatel’ literatury) has been introduced to replace the term “topical bibliography.”

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Included with the dictionary are a chronology and a topical bibliography.
Resources also include a short topical bibliography and an index.
The final section is a rather extensive topical bibliography and resource guide.
There are sections in the topical bibliography on environmental racism and the digital divide, but the role of technology in the service of oppression is hard to find in these pages.
A fourteen-page topical bibliography, and separate indices for people, places, and subjects make it student-friendly.
Early on, TPR published a special issue devoted exclusively to EAHB (Buskist, 1983)--something that JEAB would not do for another 17 years (Navarick, Bernstein, & Fantino, 1 990)--as well as the area's first topical bibliography (Buskist & Miller, 1982b).
The book includes a detailed listing of production credits to all films by Angelopoulos, as well as a detailed topical bibliography and an index.
He also provides a chronology detailing events from 1915 to 2005, a glossary, and a topical bibliography.
This is followed by a glossary, a topical bibliography, and a general index.
Cook includes a number of biographies of the famous as well as a very well-organized topical bibliography and helpful maps.