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The Trouble With Bibliographies: Where Is Mezhov When You Need Him?
|Title:||The Trouble With Bibliographies: Where Is Mezhov When You Need Him?|
Russia in Asia
Russian Far East
Russians in China
|LC Subject Headings:||Bibliography|
|Issue Date:||12 Mar 2012|
|Publisher:||Taylor & Francis Group, LLC|
|Citation:||Polansky, Patricia. (2012) The Trouble With Bibliographies: Where Is Mezhov When You Need Him?. Slavic & East European Information Resources , Vol. 13, Issue 1, pp. 26-72, Taylor & Francis Group, LLC, United Kingdom.|
|Abstract:||This is a review of twelve bibliographies that reflect the holdings
of the Russian collection in Hamilton Library at the University
of Hawaii focusing on Siberia, the Soviet/Russian Far East, and
Russia in Asia and the Pacific, especially Russians in China. The
chosen titles represent a mixture of the great, the average, and
not-so-good that the author has used over the past four decades.
While there is a question about the usefulness of bibliographies in
this digital age, most of the old standards should still play a role in
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|Appears in Collections:||Russian Collection Faculty & Researcher Works|
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