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.
This topical bibliography and commentary discusses several classroom techniques designed to encourage beginning writers to grow beyond uninspired composition.
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.
There is a useful index of actual schools represented in fiction, an alphabetical list of rifles (many of which would make the smutty-minded laugh), and a topical bibliography.
Even more worthwhile than this book would be an on-line topical bibliography constantly updated by someone as knowledgeable about sources on the World Bank as Wilson.
He also provides a chronology detailing events from 1915 to 2005, a glossary, and a topical bibliography.
This topical bibliography and commentary addresses: how integrated language arts is carried out by school administrations; how integrated language arts is carried out by the teacher; whether integrated instruction helps improve learning performance in reading and writing; how the skills of phonics, comprehension, spelling, and grammar are developed in an integrated language arts environment; and whether there is room for direct instruction in an integrated language arts classroom.
This is followed by a glossary, a topical bibliography, and a general index.