EA professionals, HR decisionmakers, benefits brokers, and others will find the bibliography
to be a valuable resource in making evidence-based decisions affecting the future of individual programs and even the profession.
A major development, however, took place in 1960s when UNESCO provided financial assistance to the Pakistan Bibliographical Working Group (PBWG) for the compilation of a retrospective bibliography
of Pakistan for the period from 1947-1961.
The scope of Whitman bibliography
may be large and contain multitudes, but, thanks to Ed Folsom, we can now discern the heartier leaves in the otherwise overwhelming lawn.
is organized in nine sections--(1) Bibliography
, (2) Biography, (3) Editions, (4) Translations, (5) General Criticism, (6) Criticism of Individual Works, (7) Style and Versification, (8) Criticism of Editions, Translations, and Illustrations, and (9) Fame and Influence.
What then does Grissom's bibliography
offer to the Hemingway scholar, collector, or book dealer?
Dipeolu (1966) has another bibliography
with 130 annotated bibliographical entries.
Yet such bibliographies have their drawbacks, such as the inevitable problem of having to stop coverage at a certain point and of course, the inability to link electronically to particular works, which an on-line bibliography
such as one in the OBO series would give.
Guide to the Gothic: An Annotated Bibliography
In the present volumes there are major sections devoted to "Bibliography
and Textual Criticism," "General and Period Bibliography
," "Regional Bibliography
," "Book Production and Distribution," and "Forms, Genres, and Subjects," with seemingly endless subdivisions, especially under the latter two categories.
The purpose of the bibliography
was, and still is, to provide a resource tool for teachers and students to address performance anxiety and medical problems musicians often develop.
Audre Hanneman is the author of two monumental volumes of bibliography
--Ernest Hemingway: A Comprehensive Bibliography
, published by Princeton University Press in 1967, and its Supplement, published in 1975.
Houdini Periodical Bibliography
is a bibliographic listing of every significant magazine, periodical, newsletter, comic book, weekly, or serial article concerning famous magician and escape artist Harry Houdini.
To help advance the field and better inform the public, the Office of Dietary Supplements (ODS) at the National Institutes of Health (NIH) has published the 2006 Annual Bibliography
of Significant Advances in Dietary Supplement Research, highlighting 25 of the most significant dietary supplement research advances of the past year.
The most recent edition of Music Reference and Research Materials: An Annotated Bibliography
by Vincent Duckles and Ida Reed (New York: Schirmer Books, 1997) lists only two examples of violin bibliographies.
It is designed for writers to enter publication information for bibliography
entries and citations, take notes either as quotations or in their own words, and identify information with descriptors and keywords.