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Author: Judith Robinson
ISBN: 1573560243
Language: English
Pages: 296 pages
Category: Social Sciences
Publisher: Greenwood; 3 edition (August 11, 1998)
Rating: 4.6
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Judith Schiek Robinson. Judith Schiek Robinson has updated and expanded this popular guide, which offers a thorough and sometimes humorous tour of government information sources.

Judith Schiek Robinson has updated and expanded this popular guide, which offers a thorough and sometimes humorous tour of government information sources.

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Judith Schiek Robinson has updated and expanded this popular guide, which offers a thorough and sometimes humorous tour of government information sources. Her highly readable text explains the intricacies of government information and how to find sources that meet specific research needs. New features in the third edition include detailed coverage of Internet resources, directories of World Wide Web addresses, and quick tips on which government Web sites to search for different types of information. Helpful guides to government abbreviations and citations are also included, as are numerous new tables, user guides, exercises, and illustrations.

Comments (4)
Malodor
Comprehensive, but everything is changing as far as URL's and definitions of data. And the data seems to be under constant revision. A book like this becomes out-of-date very quickly. It does show the magnitude of information one can get from our Gov't.
Unereel
Great book, but the web addresses are about 80% out of date and not working. This is able to be worked around though. I had to buy this for class and I will keep it as a good reference as Robinson writes in a clear and logical way.
showtime
Robinson brings to life the world of government documents in her exceptional work covering various important government issues such as the Government Printing Office, depository libraries, statistics, patents, trademarks, and copyrights, legislative, judicial and presidential information sources and much, much more. Robinson makes what would normally be bland information fun and interesting complete with graphs, recommended internet sights, and famous quotes from well-known government figures. I would highly recommend it for anyone entering the field of library science.
Rit
helped with my research, im a prof and doctoral student