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Although none of the new music reference books of the past year totally replaces the old standbys, some significant works did appear, especially in the areas of contemporary music, opera, and classical music discography.
The state of the referencearts in this part of the world is such that at the moment little of universal interest can be reported. Though there is a growing awareness of existing computerbased reference services, no indigenous service has so far been designed. However, the National Library of...
One of the leading indicators of the quality of human life is health and access to medical care. Increasing social concern over the problems of health has resulted in various nationwide proposals like medicare and medicaid. At present, many bills are pending before the United States Congress for...
Political science, as an intellectual discipline, reflects the methodological controversies that have divided the field. The traditional approach, favoring history and theory, was dominant until World War II. During the 1950's and 1960's, the behavioral approach, which is concerned with the...
In this survey, we would be concerned, not so much with the sources that provide information directly on companies themselves, as on those which contain composite statistical and other types of data, often required in evaluating corporate and market performance. Some of them relate to corporate...
This bibliography covers materials published during 1976, with some 1975 entries omitted from last year's listing. Citations from a number of foreign countries are included if published in English. A few items were not available for annotation. The growing interest in library use instruction is...
Before we start looking for information on a specific company, it would be logical to first find our what type of company it is. Broadly speaking, companies fall into two major categories, namely, private and public. A private company could in turn be a sole proprietorship, a partnership or an...
Since films attract an audience of millions, the need and appetite for information about them is enormous. So said Harold Leonard in his introduction to The Film Index published in 1941. The 1970's has produced more than enough too much food to satisfy that appetite. In the past five years the...
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