LSCLF 8.1: PHASE RELATION AND COMMON ISOLATES-1

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#1. What is a BASIC SUBJECT?

A Basic Subject is a subject which

is enumerated in the schedule of BS;

cannot be expressed as the Compound Subject of any of the existing BS, i.e., asubject without any isolate idea as a component;

is evolved through one full cycle of the spiral of scientific method aspropounded by Dr. S. R. Ranganathan. They also exhibit different modes of formation of subjects  calls for schedules of special personality, matter and energy isolates;

has some specialisation-academic and/or professional segmentation.

The indicators for this are:
existence of professional societies
degree course
periodical publications
whole books on the subject

For example mathematics, economics, law

#2. What are the examples of a basic subject?

#3. What is a compound subject?

#4. What is a Complex subject?

#5. Which of the following is not an example for Compound Subject?

chemistry of alcohol-chemistry (BS), alcohol (IsI)

morphology of flowering plants-botany (BS), flowering plants (IsI), morphology (IsI).

#6. Which of the following is not an example for Complex subject?

#7. Identify the three types of phase relation.

#8. What is Inter-Subject phase relation?

#9. What is Intra-Facet phase relation?

#10. What is Intra-Array Phase relation?

#11. Identify the titles that are examples or Inter-Subject Phase relation?

#12. Identify the titles that are examples or Inter-Facet Phase relation?

#13. Identify the titles that are examples or Intra-Array Phase relation?

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