- Author:Kristin H Gerhard
- Publisher:Routledge; 1 edition (September 8, 1998)
- Pages:263 pages
- Subcategory:Writing Research & Publishing Guides
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Women's Studies Serials will help you choose serials that meet the needs of your patrons and that comply with the limitations of your budget. Haworth Press, 1998 - 263 sayfa.
Women's Studies Serials will help you choose serials that meet the needs of your patrons and that comply with the limitations of your budget.
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Gerhard, Kristin H. Uniform Title: Serials librarian. Rubrics: Women's studies Periodicals Women Women's periodicals. ISBN: 0195067274 (alk. paper) ISBN: 0195098625 (pb. Publication & Distribution: New York.
Women's Studies as Represented in Twentieth Century Reference Books. Academic Women's Studies Serials on the Web: A Pilot Study. Indexing Patterns of Periodical Literature on African-American Women and . Still Unheard by the Mainstream: Locating Serial Articles on Women in Science. Women's Magazines in the Popular Culture Library at Bowling Green State University. International views of women's studies serials
A Quarter-Century of Development. by Kristin H. Gerhard. Published July 1998 by Haworth Press.
A Quarter-Century of Development. As Susan E. Searing and Joan Ariel have noted, "periodical literature plays a vital role in a dynamic discipline such as women's studies.
The ACRL Women’s Studies Section Technical Services Committee investigated the assignment of subject headings to core works in women’s . Introduction: Women's Studies Serials: A Quarter-Century of Development.
The ACRL Women’s Studies Section Technical Services Committee investigated the assignment of subject headings to core works in women’s studies. Annotations for the works were compared with subjec. More). Download PDF book format. Download DOC book format.
Boxer M. J. (1998) When women ask the questions: Creating women’s studies in America. In: Gerhard K. H. (eds) Women’s studies serials: A quarter-century of development. Johns Hopkins University Press, BaltimoreGoogle Scholar. Carranza J. (2009) Defining sexual selection as sex-dependent selection. Haworth Press, New YorkGoogle Scholar.