Dewey Decimal Classification, 22nd Edition: A Study Manual and Number Building Guide

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Libraries Unlimited, 2005 - Education - 348 pages
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This guide is an essential purchase for technical services departments in all libraries, and has been updated to cover the changes introduced by the new edition of the DDC, which was published in August 2003. The study manual is used as a reference for the application of Dewey and is also suitable as a course text in Dewey. Scott provides an in-depth review of how DDC is updated and gives detailed lists of changes in each table and class.

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Contents

2General Aspects of the Dewey Decimal Classification
15
3Principles of Number Building
27
4The Tables
35
Generalities
105
Philosophy Parapsychology and Occultism Psychology
121
Religion
129
Social Sciences
147
Language
197
Technology Applied Sciences
237
The Arts Fine and Decorative Arts
261
Literature BellesLettres and Rhetoric
273
History Geography and Auxiliary Disciplines
281
15Book Numbers
319
Select Bibliography
325
Index
337
Copyright

Natural Sciences and Mathematics
209

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About the author (2005)

Mona L. Scott is head of the Joint Personnel Recovery Library at Ft. Belvoir, Virginia. She was previously head of technical services at the Bureau of the Census Library, and at NASA/Goddard Space Flight Center Library. Her published work includes Libraries Unlimited's Conversion Tables: LC-Dewey, Dewey-LC and Conversion Tables: Volume 3 Subject HeadingsLC and Dewey.

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