subject index


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subject index

n (Library) → indice m per argomenti
Collins Italian Dictionary 1st Edition © HarperCollins Publishers 1995
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Also included is the current numerical listing and the subject index. An insert in the binder contains information on how to continue to keep your printed version up to date.
Details as to exactly how one uses the bibliography are given and the publishers have included a complete subject index and a geographical one.
A chronology and index of artists (but no subject index) are included.
Appendices provide a subject index, an index by grantees, an index of projects by state, an index by principal investigators, and a listing of projects by program type.
In addition to the subject index, a case index is provided.
Mailhammer provides references, a word index and a subject index.
Although the bibliography is not divided into sections, a subject index at the conclusion of the journal refers readers to citation numbers listed under a variety of topics, including career development research studies, career management, career planning/programing, career transition, dual careerism, employee counseling, family-work interface, job satisfaction, mentoring, organizational commitment and turnover, organizational entry and socialization, outplacement, retirement, women and careers, and work stress and burnout.
An author index, but no subject index, is included in each volume.