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General Collection 3 II. Periodicals Indices and Abstracts B. Television News Indices C. Yearbooks IV. Nielsen Ratings 1. Guides to Interpreting Nielsen Data 10 2. The Nielsen Reports 3. Weekly Nielsen Ratings 1 3 B.
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Statistical Resources in Government Documents D. Handbooks, Reports, and Analyses V. Peabody Awards Collection 1 B. Peabody Awards Manuscripts and Memorabilia 21 C. Microfilm Collections 26 11 VI. Public Relations B.
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Advertising C. Celebrities' Addresses 35 B. National, InternatiG. Product and Service Directories 1. Comprehensive Directories 2. Directories of Equipment and Services 3.
Video Catalogues and Selection Guides 1. Catalogues a. Comprehensive Annua! Directories b. Specialized Video Directories 2. Guides to Movies on Videocassette or Laserdisc 51 X. General Programming 1. Prime Time Programming 53 3. Daytime and Late Night Programming 54 4.
Weekend Programming 54 B. Drama Series 1. General Directories 55 2. Soap Operas 56 3. Detective Shows 56 4. Westerns 56 C. Comedy Series, or Sitcoms 57 D. Series, Pilots, Specials, and Documentaries E. Science Fiction and Fantasy 59 G. Encyclopedias of Animation 65 F. General Sources B. Specialized Sources 1. Comedians and Comediennes 76 3.
Broadcast Journalists 77 4. Actors' Credits 5.
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Television Awards 6. Scriptwriting 80 B. Pronunciation 81 C. Style Manuals XV. Specialized Guides B. General Guides XVI. Career Guides B. Manuscript Submission Requirements 90 B. General Resources 93 B. Television and Film 93 C. Television and Literature D. Television and Music E. It centers upon publications found in the Reference Department of the Main Library but also cites a number of important sources, e.
In-depth research in television, known in academic jargon as "exhaustive research," will extend beyond the scope of this bibliography. Exhaustive research, which requires a comprehensive investigation of the University of Georgia Libraries' collection, will include, among other things, the examination of books and articles from periodicals in the Libraries' general collection as well as the investigation of the statistical and legislative publications located in the Government Documents Department Second Floor, Main Library.
For instance, LIBRA lends access to the Government Publications and Statistical Masterfile databases, thus simplifying the task of locating government documents significant to television research. The catalog also indicates call numbers and locations of journals, magazines, and newspapers. You may search GALIN by subject, author, or title, using such basic commands as these: bro su television broadcasting bro su television advertising-law and legislation b:o su television in politics bro au tartikoff, brandon bro ti jcurna!
The numerous GALIN help screens provide instructions on how to perform more sophisticated types of searches, using the find command. The find command, which can be abbreviated to the letter f, makes it possible to search GALIN using the Boolean operators, aiKf, or, or not, and thus to create a refined, specialized search. Space does not permit a detailed explanation of this method of searching here; therefore, it is very important to consult the help screens for information on searching with the find command, if you are not familiar with it. Free brochures containing examples of find searching are available in the Reference Department, and reference librarians are also available to help you in searching GALIN.
Briefly, find searching is done by creating a search statement, such as this: f su television and all violen?. The question mark after the word stem vloleiy?
The question mark, which is the truncation symbol in GALIN, can be placed after a word stem of three or more letters. The label ail, placed in front of violen? In a search performed in the UGA Libraries' Catalog, the label all scans the subject, author, and title fields as well as the table of contents.
In a search done in one of GALIN's periodicals databases, the label all scans the subject, author, and title fields as well as the abstracts, or summaries, of the articles. However, not all article citations are furnished with abstracts. Nonetheless, the use of the label all enables the researcher to search GALIN more deeply than does the use of the labels au, su, or ti.
The Interdisciplinary Nature of Television Research Television research is interdisciplinary; therefore, many important articles will be covered by specialized electronic and print indices that are not cited in this bibliography. The indices cited here cover the core of scholarly journals in mass communication, or mass media, and are available in Main Reference only in print format.
However, as is the case with the indices to journals in mass communication, certain other significant indices to scholarly journals are available at Main Reference only in paper format, e. However, the Libraries' specialized electronic or print periodicals indices do provide comprehensive indexing of the journals in their respective fields. General interest magazines and daily newspapers are 13 vitally Important to television research because they cover breaking news in the industry, program reviews, and obituaries. The Libraries' periodicals databases cover the most recent several years of the journals, magazines, and newspapers that they index.
For subject access to scholarly journals published in earlier years, consult the many specialized print indices that are availabie in the Reference Department. Every academic discipline has a number of specialized print indices, which cover journal articles published prior to the mid's. Subject indexing of the earlier years of popular magaziner and daily newspapers is available through the Readers' Guide to Periodical Literature Main Ref AI3.