The Classification of Fiction: The Development of a System Based on Theoretical Principles
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Beschreibung"Abounds in inspiring ideas and proposals. A helpful bibliography completes Beghtol's noteworthy and recommendable study..." --KNOWLEDGE ORGANIZATION
PortraitClare Beghtol (Ph.D., M.L.S., University of Toronto; B.A., University of Chicago) is Assistant Professor, Faculty of Library and Information Science, at the University of Toronto, Canada, and specializes in access systems, both verbal and classificatory. She has been Chief Cataloguer and Indexer for the Canadian Broadcast System nightly news program The Journal, Director of Research, Ketchum Canada, Inc., and has written numerous articles on subject analysis and classification.
Pressestimmen...theoretically interesting study offers fascinating insights into fiction-specific classifactory problems...abounds in inspiring ideas and proposals. A helpful bibliography completes Beghtol's noteworthy and recommendable study... Werner Bies, Knowledge Organization It is a valuable contribution to the research in this field, as well as being a viable solution of the desire of readers and librarians for enhanced retrieval of the contents of works of fiction. Collection Management ...the book is groundbreaking...a quite remarkable book... Cataloging and Classification Quarterly I welcome Beghtol's book, which is a carefully considered method for subject access to fiction. Beghtol's work give us a good tool... Debora Shaw, Lisr
Untertitel: New. Sprache: Englisch.
Verlag: SCARECROW PRESS INC
Erscheinungsdatum: Februar 1994
Seitenanzahl: 376 Seiten