LS CAT4.2: TYPES OF CATALOGUES-2

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Source : IGNOU B.Lib Material

The alphabetico-classed catalogue may be considered as a combination or mixture of the best points associated with dictionary and classified catalogue. In other words, it represents an attempt to combine some of the advantages of a classified catalogue with the directness and ease of consultation of the -alphabetical catalogue. An alphabetico-classed catalogue provides alphabetically arranged broad subject headings with alphabetically arr anged sub-divisions”. (Hunter and Bakewell).

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“You have brains in your head. You have feet in your shoes. You can steer yourself any direction you choose. You’re on your own. And you know what you know. And YOU are the one who’ll decide where to go…”
― Dr. Seuss

#1. In a title catalogue,.........................occupy at the leading section of entries, which are arranged in an alphabetical order

#2. `a catalogue usually on cards, in which all entries - author, title, subjects, series, etc.,- and their relatives are arranged together in one general alphabet". The above definition is suitable for?

NOTE: Some libraries prefer to display the dictionary catalogue in two separate parts: the first part containing author and title entries with cross references, if any, and the second part is reserved exclusively for subject entries with cross references. This is called `divided catalogue’.

#3. What are the merits of the dictionary catalogue?

#4. Who defined the classified catalogue as "A catalogue in which some entries are number entries and some are word entries"?

#5. Who defined classified catalogue as, "A classified catalogue is a subject catalogue in which the entries are arranged by some recognized system of classification; the notation or classification symbol furnishes the method of arrangements "?

#6. Who defined classified catalogue as, "A classified catalogue arranges its entries in a systematic order of subjects," the order usually being that of the classification scheme used for the arrangement of books on the shelves"?

#7. verbal equivalents -provided for class numbers in a classified catalogue are known as ......

#8. What are the merits of Alphabetical Index ?

Other merits :

  • Subjects without inconvenience can bring our the printed versions of the catalogue in parts.
  • At one glance, it reveals the strength and weakness of different subjects represented
    by the library collection.

#9. The part of a catalogue entry that forms the first part which determines its filling position in the catalogue is known as .....

#10. What do you mean by Associative Relation ?

A type of relationship between ideas, the first suggesting the other and vice versa: e.g., Road traffic and accidents.

#11. What is meant by Coordinate Relation ?

Headings of equal ranking: e.g., Rice, Wheat, Pulses under Crop in Agriculture.

#12. Relation between different aspects of a subject is known as?

Relation between different aspects of a subject, e.g., Substances, Properties, Reaction, etc, in the subject Chemistry.

#13. Higher and lower level relationship between ideas is termed as....

Higher and lower level relationship between ideas. e.g., Zoology – Birds – Crow, Medicine – Respiratory organs – Lungs.

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