Uses of bibliography, Humanities

Uses of Bibliography

Bibliography has many other uses like:

  1. Assists the users in locating documents of their interest; 
  2. Aids in finding and verifying bibliographic information of documents; 
  3. Aids in locating information (materials) through the publishers or other libraries; 
  4. Useful materials can be selected for building a sound library collection. 
  5. Again helps in tracing the development of a subject; 
  6. Duplication in research can be ignored and access to materials of interest can be provided especially to researchers; 
  7. The bibliographies also plays a role in bibliographic control over the existing literature;
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