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case study in indexing and classification in the sociology of education Development of ideas concerning theorganisation of material for literature searching Report for the period September 1970-June 1973) by Donald Francis Swift

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Published by Open University in Milton Keynes .
Written in English

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StatementD.F. Swift, V.A. Winn and D.A.Bramer. Vol.1.
SeriesOSTI report -- no.5171
ContributionsWinn, VA., Bramer, D A., Great Britain. Office for Scientific and Technical Information.
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Open LibraryOL13974577M

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