Library of Congress Subject Headings : Principles and Application, 3rd Edition
This work offers users a complete and definitive guide to a challenging area of study. Chan presents a brief history of the system, analyzes its principles, and describes its vocabulary and subject authority control. She then discusses the application of LC subject headings to LC MARC records and outlines the Library of Congress's policies on the assignment of subject headings in general and the treatment of certain types of materials in particular.
- Hardback | 541 pages
- 162.3 x 243.3 x 39.1mm | 1,052.34g
- 15 Sep 1995
- LIBRARIES UNLIMITED INC
- Englewood, United States
- 3rd Revised edition
"This edition is clear and comprehensive. It reflects the changes and developments since the second edition of 1986 and discusses the system's future prospects as an online retrieval tool."-Library Association Record
About Lois Mai Chan
LOIS MAI CHAN is Professor, College of Library and Information Science, University of Kentucky, Lexington. She served as Chair of the Decimal Classification Editorial Policy Committee, has received ALA's Margaret Mann Citation, and was named a Distinguished Alumna by the Library School at Florida State University, Tallahassee.