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A union list of serials commencing publication after Dec. 31, 1949.

Library Journal

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Body and Soul

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The Social Sciences

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With 1,030 annotated citations arranged by discipline, this carefully structured guide offers researchers fast and easy access to some of the best and most commonly used resources. This book has 1,030 annotated citations arranged by discipline into 12 chapters-general social sciences, political science, economics, business, history, law and legal issues, anthropology, sociology, education, psychology, geography, and communication. The sections on electronic resources in each chapter have been greatly expanded, and there are more area studies sources, providing users with an introduction to new technologies and formats related to the research of social sciences. Prepared by practicing librarians, this carefully structured guide offers researchers fast and easy access to some of the best and most commonly used resources in the social science literature. It also serves as well as a teaching text for students wanting a clear, straightforward approach to learning about the most popular and important reference sources in the social sciences.

United States History

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This important work has been completely revised and expanded with the addition of online databases, Web sites and CD-ROM titles. It identifies and describes hundreds of reference books that pertain to American history; entries offer thorough annotations that are both descriptive and evaluative. Arranged topically, chapters cover U.S. history in terms of politics and government; diplomatic history and foreign affairs; military history; social, cultural, and intellectual history; regional history; and economic history. Introductory scope notes provide valuable expository information and suggested search strategies in such areas as automation, government documents, and genealogy. Includes works published through 2002.

Journalism

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A critically annotated bibliographic guide to print and electronic sources in print and broadcast journalism. This edition separates Commercial Databases and Internet Resources.

The Food Institute s Resource Guide

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Ulrich s international periodicals directory

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Paperbound Books in Print

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Fire with Fire

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In her bestselling book The Beauty Myth, Naomi Wolf sought to change the way in which women see themselves in relation to their bodies. Now she focuses on how they see themselves in relation to power. She argues that the feminist movement has to change if it is to speak to a new generation of women, and that, even as women are gaining more ground than ever before, a wariness of feminist orthodoxies keeps them away from the only movement capable of putting political clout behind their personal success. The book represents a call to women to throw off centuries of conditioning about the relationship between power and femininity.

Information finding and the Research Process

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This major reference to information-finding sources and techniques is attuned to the needs of researchers in all the social and behavioral sciences with a particular focus on public administration and related fields. This guide is unique in its analyses of how to design the research process in an evolving manner using approaches reflecting combinations of models, methods, and data sources. This guide is comprehensive in its coverage of a broad spectrum of primary and secondary source materials in all their current forms. The topical chapters and their logical arrangements, along with a complete general index make this information-finding reference user friendly.

United States History

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Annoteret bibliografi med overskrifterne: Sources of general importance to U.S. history; Politics and government; Diplomatic history and foreign affairs; Military history; Social, cultural, and intellectual history; Regional history; Economic history

Communication Research

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This thoroughly updated edition presents strategies for selecting, refining, and researching communication topics, placing special emphasis on using library resources to search for literature and demystifying the research process by teaching students library skills, scholarly writing, and providing them with a list of bibliographic sources.

Computer readable databases

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Library Journal

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Media Education Assessment Handbook

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Assessing media education is a formidable task because both assessment and media education are complex and controversial concepts. Assessment, which can take place at the individual student, class, sequence, program, department or unit, and university levels, is questioned in terms of reliability, validity, relevance, and cost. Media education, which has been challenged at a number of schools, finds faculty and administrators in the midst of soul-searching about how to clearly articulate its missions and purposes to a broader audience. Departments are under increasing national, state, and institutional pressure to get assessment procedures carried out quickly, but there is an obvious danger in rushing to implement assessment strategies before establishing what is essential in media education. In communication education in general, the "what" of assessment is often discussed in terms of skills, attitudes, affect, values, and knowledge. People assess students to determine what they know, think, feel, value, and can do. Here it is suggested that one of the places to start defining what students should learn from their media education is by identifying outcomes. Outcomes can be assessed in a variety of ways, but first they need to be developed and clearly articulated.

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U S Foreign Relations with the Middle East and North Africa

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This volume updates and expands the authors' 1994 title U.S. Foreign Relations with the Middle East and North Africa: A Bibliography. Nearly 3,500 discrete professional or scholarly sources are compiled in this new volume, mostly in Western languages. Titles are organized by carefully chosen descriptors, which reflect general categories while simultaneously focusing as closely as possible on the individual sources. Accessibility of the sources is further augmented by both a subject and an author index. With an abundance of sources, this new volume brings the previous texts up-to-date, maintaining the strengths of the earlier volume.

Mass Communications Research Resources

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This reference book is designed as a road map for researchers who need to find specific information about American mass communication as expeditiously as possible. Taking a topical approach, it integrates publications and organizations into subject-focused chapters for easy user reference. The editors define mass communication to include print journalism and electronic media and the processes by which they communicate messages to their audiences. Included are newspaper, magazine, radio, television, cable, and newer electronic media industries. Within that definition, this volume offers an indexed inventory of more than 1,400 resources on most aspects of American mass communication history, technology, economics, content, audience research, policy, and regulation. The material featured represents the carefully considered judgment of three experts -- two of them librarians -- plus four contributors from different industry venues. The primary focus is on the domestic American print and electronic media industries. Although there is no claim to a complete census of all materials on print journalism and electronic media -- what is available is now too vast for any single guide -- the most important and useful items are here. The emphasis is on material published since 1980, though useful older resources are included as well. Each chapter is designed to stand alone, providing the most important and useful resources of a primary nature -- organizations and documents as well as secondary books and reports. In addition, online resources and internet citations are included where possible.

Books in Print

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