Free Magazines for Libraries

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McFarland, 1994 - Language Arts & Disciplines - 293 pages
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Now greatly expanded and completely updated, this ever popular work includes over 700 magazines in 69 subject categories, from Abstracts and Indexes to Womens Interests. The entries include date of establishment, issuing agency or authority, bibliographical data, and a concise review of the publication. Appendices provide a basic list of magazines for small- to medium-size libraries, magazines outstanding for their illustrations, magazines useful for career and vocational guidance, and magazines indexed in periodical indexes and abstracts.

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This classified, annotated guide to primarily house magazines (those produced by a company, association, corporation, etc., to promote its interests) that are available free of charge to libraries has ... Read full review

Contents

Introduction
1
How to Use This Book
7
The Magazines
13
Civil Liberties and Human Rights
60
Computers and Automation
73
Drugs and Drug Abuse
90
Education
111
Employment
124
Environment and Conservation
143
Fraternal Organizations and Clubs
158
History
175
International Relations and Trade
188
Military
204
Appendix
257
Index
273
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