subject index


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subject index

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The subject index has been greatly reduced so it is now very select but less daunting for users, and remains secondary to the detailed topical classification scheme.
Author and chronological indexes are contained in part 1, with title and subject index in part 2.
She has also added a new subject index and this includes information in the expanded notes.
One could--and should--reasonably assume that the above entries could be found via the subject index.
Intended as a reference, the volume provides an extremely detailed table of contents as well as both a subject index and an index of SAS commands.
The study packs in details on genres, influences, and women's politics and issues around the world and even includes a subject index of place names, timelines, and backgrounds: perfect for students of media studies and women's cultures.
Enhanced with a comprehensive Author Index and Subject Index, "Social Psychology" is confidently recommended as a core addition to academic library Social Psychology collections and student supplemental reading lists.
Music Of The Civil War Era is one of the first volumes in a projected series American History Through Music: it includes a bibliography, endnotes, and a fine subject index researchers will applaud.
Catholic Insight's 2004 coverage of so-called same-sex marriage (SSM) may be found in the annual Subject Index in our December 2004 edition.
Enhanced with a Reference section, as well as a name and a subject index, Dynamic Psychotherapy is a work of impressive scholarship made thoroughly accessible to specialist and non-specialist readers alike.
Also contains references and a subject index, 1972.
Detailed footnotes offer source information for the specialist and there is a useful subject index.