bibliographic reference

bibliographic reference

A standard entry in a published work which refers the reader to an original source of information referenced or cited by an author in the main body of the text. The use of bibliographic references demonstrates the value of a specific work across a variety of journals and disciplines, and through time, by tracking the frequency with which a specific BR appears across a wide variety of journals, one can better gauge the work’s importance to a multidisciplinary audience.

Components
Title of article, chapter or complete work, author, source and, where appropriate, volume number, issue number and pagination.
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Contract notice: Bibliographic reference service and cataloging of the local library for five years.
Newcomers to nine patch or quilting will find the remarkably diverse variations satisfying and inspirational; especially since the focus here is not so much on step-by-step projects but on extensive bibliographic reference to the quilting artists, their inspirations and methods, and how they produced winning (literally) results.
Ajala (2003) posited that as long as completed research needed to be reported in a lucid and concise manner subject to verification and amenable to replication, bibliographic reference would be effective in establishing the place of an authors' production and its value as an authentic text.
Introducing the reader to Builders; Homes; Natural Materials; Photographers; Fantasy; Trips; On The Road; Living Lightly; Barns; Old Buildings; and enhanced with a reflective "Moreover" commentary, a bibliographic reference for other thematically appropriate books, as well as an Appendix, Home Work maps an intricate and detailed selection of every imaginative, creative, fun, innovative, indigenous, traveling, and eclectic house drawn from diverse cultures ranging from Nova Scotia to Mongolia.
Thus, if a Jain text or commentary quotes, for example, the Manavadharmasastra, bibliographic reference is provided to both the location in the Jain text and in the original source.
A reprint of the 1985 paperback bibliographic reference originally compiled for use by historians and genealogists, A Bibliography Of American County Histories by the late P.
EndNote is a bibliographic reference organizer that should appeal to librarians, researchers, and college students.
Unlike the traditional footnote or bibliographic reference, the link, properly considered, provides a direct connection to the item cited.
These include the title, abstract, author, affiliation, bibliographic reference (e.
source--name, organization, address, and telephone number (if a person or related organization), or a complete bibliographic reference (if a written resource);
Even practicing non-linear economists will find in his volume a useful bibliographic reference in their specialty, a source of inspiration in its scope and perhaps even some useful new ideas.
The reader is presented with the means to critically evaluate the data presented (analytical method, statistical basis, bibliographic reference to go into details) and to decide whether they are appropriate for his or her own situation.

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