|Title:||A basic periodicals list for Jewish libraries|
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A basic periodicals list for Jewish libraries by Edythe Wolf - 1989 - 20 pages. A basic periodicals list for the small Jewish library by Hazel Karp, Sylvia Firschein - 1984 - 6 pages. A beginner's guide to Jewish genealogy in Great Britain - 2001 - 80 pages. A Bibliography of the Samaritans by Alan David Crown - 1993 - 375 pages.
Prepared by Sherry Wasserman and Eileen Polk for the Association of Jewish Libraries Convention, 2006. There are two major sources for subject headings, The Library of Congress Subject Headings, and Sears List of Subject Headings. To use either of these subject heading sources you have to look up the subject you want in the volume and find the absolutely correct wordage and the correct punctuation for the needed subject heading. Revised by Judith S. Greenblatt, Rachel Glasser, Edythe Wolf, & Mae Weine.
Weine Classification Scheme for Judaica Libraries z304 Jewish family (from sociological viewpoint) z304. 01 Family values z304. 1 Status of women z304. 2 Sex and marriage (from sociological viewpoint) z304. 21 Homosexuality z304. 4 Intermarriage and interdating z304. 41 Interfaith issues.
Many periodicals are written for a general audience whose readers are not expected to have specialized knowledge or training. We usually call these periodicals magazines. However, probably even more periodicals are written for specialists and have articles that are difficult for readers who lack that background. These periodicals, written for a scholarly audience, are called journals. Depending on what your topic is, you may want to make sure that the information you have is indeed the latest report. A book may be a better format in that several studies may be compared at once and indicate the progression of different experiments or studies and may indicate a more complete picture. Incorrect information: Because of the pressure of deadlines with periodicals, information is not always checked as thoroughly as it is in books.
Edythe claimed that the killing was accidental, that a gun went off during a struggle and hit Louise in the throat. But Hamilton County Prosecutor C. Watson Hover disagreed, charging her with first degree murder and seeking the death penalty. After being convicted and sentenced to die in the electric chair, Edythe changed her story. The UC Archives holds a collection from the Hamilton County Court of Common Pleas that includes the Prosecutor’s case records for Edythe Klumpp.
274 american jewish year book. St. Louis, 18-. Jewish Herald. New York, 18-. Jewish Index. List of jewish periodicals. Joseph, M. 1898-(?). New York, Philadelphia, 1899.
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published on the occasion of the 10th anniversary of the. center for jewish history at the opening of the jewish book: past, present, future the lillian goldman symposium. The book was also transformed in its material form. Already in the sixteenth century, the Shulh. an ‘arukh had changed from a being a book that could be carried with ease into a folio volume that required care, attention, and two hands.
Titles include such journals as Contemporary Jewry, Holy Land Studies, Jewish Culture & History, Journal of Palestine Studies, Studies in American Jewish Literature. Most references in the Index are not found in other guides to periodical literature. The database is intended for those interested in Jewish thought and contemporary Jewish and Middle Eastern affairs. Coverage of journals dates as far back as 1988.