Re: Best way to get full list of journals by subject/field? Barbara Pope (17 Dec 2007 16:35 UTC)
Re: Best way to get full list of journals by subject/field? Barbara Pope 17 Dec 2007 16:35 UTC
Is Katz Magazines for Libraries still published?
Barbara Pope, MALS
Pittsburg State University
Pittsburg KS 66762
Peter Picerno wrote:
> I would think that a good place to start would be Ulrich's, if you
> have access to it.
> Karen Christensen wrote:
>> I'm a reference and educational publisher, not a journals specialist,
>> and need your advice. As we plan new encyclopedias on international
>> social policy and social development, and other subjects, it would be
>> very useful to check journals indexes.
>> What is the best way to collect a full list of all journals
>> published, by all publishers large or small, on a topic or in a
>> field? Say, all journals related to Africa, or all anthropology
>> journals? I'm primarily interested in those published in English, but
>> if there are major journals in other languages I would love to
>> include them in my lists for the editorial board, too.
>> Many thanks for your help, and for the interesting discussion here.
>> Cheers, Karen.
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