Guide To Reference In Business And Economics

Author: Steven W. Sowards
Publisher: American Library Association
ISBN: 9780838912348
Size: 12.71 MB
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Focusing on print and electronic sources that are key to business and economics reference, this work is a must-have for every reference desk. Readers will find sources of information on such topics asBusiness lawE-commerceInternational businessManagement of information systemsOccupations and careersMarket researchGuide to Reference is used internationally as the “source of first resort” for identifying information and training reference professionals, and this book will help connect librarians and researchers to the most relevant sources of information on business and economics.

Using The Financial And Business Literature

Author: Thomas Slavens
Publisher: CRC Press
ISBN: 0824753186
Size: 14.12 MB
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Specifically written to assist in the quick retrieval of commercial, industrial, manufacturing, communicative, automotive, and agricultural research, this reference conveniently assembles the most recent print and electronic research tools, compact discs, and online databases for swift collection and organization of information in the business, marketing, and financial communities.

Mass Communications Research Resources

Author: Christopher H. Sterling
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 9781136694547
Size: 12.47 MB
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This reference book is designed as a road map for researchers who need to find specific information about American mass communication as expeditiously as possible. Taking a topical approach, it integrates publications and organizations into subject-focused chapters for easy user reference. The editors define mass communication to include print journalism and electronic media and the processes by which they communicate messages to their audiences. Included are newspaper, magazine, radio, television, cable, and newer electronic media industries. Within that definition, this volume offers an indexed inventory of more than 1,400 resources on most aspects of American mass communication history, technology, economics, content, audience research, policy, and regulation. The material featured represents the carefully considered judgment of three experts -- two of them librarians -- plus four contributors from different industry venues. The primary focus is on the domestic American print and electronic media industries. Although there is no claim to a complete census of all materials on print journalism and electronic media -- what is available is now too vast for any single guide -- the most important and useful items are here. The emphasis is on material published since 1980, though useful older resources are included as well. Each chapter is designed to stand alone, providing the most important and useful resources of a primary nature -- organizations and documents as well as secondary books and reports. In addition, online resources and internet citations are included where possible.