The willingness of their curators to foreground issues of reception, appropriation, decontextualisation, and authenticity so forcefully within the monographic
envelope re-energises the format and offers fresh strategies for the future.
As the two authors, who wrote the monographic
papers on N.
The second part of this monographic
number includes two case studies concerned with political conflict.
Methodologically, the work is a transition from the medieval question-literature derived from university exercises to the modern monographic
treatment, which in part explains its strength and weakness.
This is the conceptual context in which the first two papers of this monographic
volume are situated.
Like the previous compilations, the newest one has "numerous dedicated contributors [who] monitored library and information science journals, monographic
publications, government publications, conference proceedings, theses and dissertations, electronic publications, websites, and ERIC documents, as well as publications outside the library and information science field" (p.
Unlike most surveys, which homogenize the monographic
research on which they draw, Sarti's approach retains the specificity of others' findings while making carefully qualified generalizations.
One, the monographic
approach, produces articles and books that focus on the careers of institutions, on ad campaigns, product designs, entrepreneurs, and on the ubiquitous commodities that take on a life of their own.
If the monographic
form of Thinking for a Living was essential, then careful editing and streamlining would have made an immense difference to the reader.
This historical section ends with a monographic
chapter on the film music of Vaclav Trojan.
With the exception of two pieces (devoted to the New Fiction and current trends in French poetry, respectively), the focus of these essays is monographic
The primary monographic
classification is in the GVs, and the materials are shelved for the most part on the second floor.