Documentary reference tools/sources, Humanities

DOCUMENTARY REFERENCE TOOLS/SOURCES

Various types of documentary reference tools (usually referred to as reference books) have been identified:

  1. Dictionaries 
  2. Encyclopaedias 
  3. Bibliographies 
  4. Biographical Sources 
  5. Geographical Sources 
  6. Ready Reference Sources 
  7. Government Publications 
  8. Indexing and Abstracting Sources 
  9. Patents and Standards 
  10. Reference Sources for Current Events
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