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Slavic and Eastern European Studies

Textbooks

Textbooks are primarily designated for use in Soviet library schools. In addition to describing major bibliographies, they may outline bibliographic theory, methodology, and history, and discuss bibliographic institutions, types of bibliographic production, and the usefulness of different bibliographies for various groups of readers.

Korshunov, O.P., ed. BIBLIOGRAFIIA. OBSHCHII KURS. Moscow, Kniga, 1981.

Briskman, M.A., Eikhengol'ts, A.D. BIBLIOGRAFIIA. OBSHCHII KURS. Moscow, Kniga, 1969, which is an update of Eikhengol'ts, A.D. OBSHCHAIA BIBLIOGRAFIIA. UCHEBNIK DLIA BIBLIOTECHNYKH INSTITUTOV. Moscow, Sovetskaia Rossiia, 1957. Both editions may be compared for shifts in ideological orientation.

Diomidova, G.N. BIBLIOGRAFIIA. OBSHCHII KURS. Moscow, Kniga, 1978.

Kirpicheva, I.K. BIBLIOGRAFIIA V POMOSHCH' NAUCHNOI RABOTE. METODICHESKOE I SPRAVOCHNOE POSOBIE. Leningrad, [SS], 1958.

continued by:

Ienish, E.V. BIBLIOGRAFICHESKII POISK V NAUCHNOI RABOTE. SPRAVOCHNOE POSOBIE-PUTEVODITEL'. Nauchnyi redaktor I.K. Kirpicheva. Moscow, Kniga, 1982.

OTRASLEVYE BIBLIOGRAFII. UCHEBNIK DLIA UCHASHCHIKHSIA BIBLIOTECHNYKH TEKHNIKUMOV. 2nd edn. Moscow, Prosveshchenie, 1969.

 

 

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