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monograph

a paper, book, or other work concerned with a single subject or aspect of a subject

Monograph

 

a scholarly work in which a specific theme is investigated in detail. In a monograph, the literature on the problem under consideration is presented and analyzed and new hypotheses and solutions contributing to further research are proposed. A monograph usually includes extensive bibliographical data, comments, and other information.

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International Standard Bibliographic Description for Older Monographic Publications.
Such an argument structure does not lend itself to the independent development of ideas that the modern monographic treatment better affords.
This study compares the online catalogs, monographic holdings, and prices for six major vendors of academic Russian books.
While large parts of the book rely on previously published articles, Ameriks has worked these earlier publications into a monographic study by integrating them into an overall argument now prefaced by a detailed introduction to the book's main thesis and rounded out by a conclusion that provides a "final perspective" (p.
The primary monographic classification is in the GVs, and the materials are shelved for the most part on the second floor.
His monographic works include A Chinese Mirror (1991) and Rationality and Religious Experience.
To celebrate the 110th anniversary of Mao's birth, a monographic selection of his works and books will also be printed, along with a 20-part television series and a documentary on China's former leader, reports Chinaview.
In the panoply of published information, only monographic literature lagged behind, primarily because monographic publishers were slow to embrace the technology and because copyright restrictions served as an impediment (Lynch, 2002).
Money was a consideration in his choice of outlets, but even more important was his determination to reach an educated rather than a scholarly audience and to explore large rather than monographic subjects.
In fall of 2002, a monographic issue focused on the crisis in Argentina and guest edited by Viviana Patroni of York University was already in preparation with some excellent work already submitted.
By utilizing an extension cable on the ultrasound video unit, the monographic image can be seen by the surgeon in a monitor placed alongside the laparoscopic video monitor," the surgeons explained.
However, a comparison of the contents of, for example, Gobbett and Irwin's section on `Working-Class and Labour History' with Taylor and Owram's thematic section on `Working-Class History' reveals that the authors of Introducing Canada have succeeded in covering a good selection of the major monographic works by key authors such as Irving Abella, Gregory Kealey, Michael Cross, Craig Heron, and Joy Parr, together with examples of specialized studies on topics such as provincial labour movements, particular trades, etc.