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Who published Sears list?

Last Updated: 4th April, 2020

H.W. Wilson

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Thereof, when was the Sears list of subject headings published?

1923

where is the Library of Congress subject headings? There are many ways to find Library of Congress subject headings.

  1. Do a basic search in UMBrella or WorldCat at UMass Boston and then look at the subjects in the item record.
  2. Use the Browse option for Library of Congress subject headings.
  3. Look on the Library of Congress Classification Outline website.

In this way, what is subject heading list?

Subject Heading List is the printed or published list of subject headings which may be produced from the subject authority file maintained by an organization or individual. The controlled vocabulary identifies synonyms terms and selects one preferred term among them to be used as the subject heading.

What are the types of heading?

3 Types of Headings

  • Question Headings. A question heading, as you might have guessed, is a heading in the interrogative case.
  • Statement Headings. Statement headings are those that include a noun and a verb, forming a complete thought.
  • Topic Heading.

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