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Cataloging & Classification Quarterly provides an effective international forum for information and discussion in the field of bibliographic organization. This highly respected journal considers the full spectrum of creation, content, management, use, and usability of bibliographic records, including the principles, functions, and techniques of descriptive cataloging; the wide range of methods of subject analysis and classification; provision of access for all formats of materials; and policies, planning, and issues connected to the effective use of bibliographic metadata in modern society. The journal deals with the historic setting as well as with the contemporary, and with theory and scholarly research as well as with practical applications. In a rapidly changing field, it seeks out and fosters new developments in the transition to new forms of bibliographic control and encourages the innovative and the nontraditional.
Cataloging & Classification Quarterly emphasizes full-length research and review articles, descriptions of new programs and technology relevant to cataloging and classification, considered speculative articles on improved methods of bibliographic control for the future, and solicited book reviews. To assist in achieving the journal's goal of excellence, articles are refereed. Topics include: cataloging and preservation; cataloging for digital resources; cataloging for special collections and archives; classification and subject analysis and access, descriptive cataloging; education and training for cataloging and classification; the internationalization of cataloging; management of cataloging and related functions; maps and other cartographic and spatial materials; online retrieval; usability issues related to the catalog; use of catalog records.
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All parts of the manuscript should be type written, double-spaced, with margins of at least one inch on all sides. Number manuscript pages consecutively throughout the paper. Authors should also supply a shortened version of the title suitable for the running head, not exceeding 50 character spaces. Each article should be summarized in an abstract of not more than 100 words and include 5-7 keywords that reflect the topic of the paper. The manuscript should not include the author(s) name(s) or contact information. Manuscripts may be approximately 10-35 pages double-spaced (including references and abstract). Avoid abbreviations, diagrams, and reference to the text in the abstract.
References, citations, and general style of manuscripts for this journal should follow the latest edition of The Chicago Manual of Style. Of the two systems described in Chicago, prefer the Notes and bibliography system in which bibliographic citations are provided in endnotes and are not supplemented by a bibliography. When an article, book, or report is cited, a number should be placed at the end of the referent sentence, clause, or quotation. Number such citations sequentially as the paper continues, and list all references at the end of the article, numbered in the same order that they are cited in the text. The reference section, like the text should be double-spaced throughout.
23. Hope A. Olson, "Codes, Costs, and Critiques: The Organization of Information in Library Quarterly, 1931-2004," Library Quarterly 76, no. 1 (2006): 20, .
1. Steven D. Levitt and Stephen J. Dubner, Freakonomics: A Rogue Economist Explores the Hidden Side of Everything (New York: William Morrow, 2005), 20-21.
Contribution to a Book:
1. Brendan Phibbs, "Herrlisheim: Diary of a Battle," in The Other Side of Time: A Combat Surgeon in World War II (Boston: Little, Brown, 1987), 117-63.
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