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Browsing Book Titles Using Subject Headings
When you conduct a search using an appropriate subject heading (Library of Congress Subject Headings) that fits your research topic, it can help you deliver much focused results rather than doing a simple keyword(s) search.
"How do I identify useful Subject Headings?"
- Start with keyword(s) search. Limit you results to Books by selecting "Books" from Resource Type in the left column.
- Browse your results.
- Select the one title that fits your research objective.
- Scroll down the details of the record.
- Study headings under "Subjects."
- Study all headings being used as they represent the topics covered in the book.
The following are some examples of Subject Heading that are relevant to Disability Studies:
- Disability studies
- Disabled persons
- People with disabilities
- People with mental disabilities
- Artists with disabilities
- Parents with disabilities
- Women with disabilities
- Developmentally disabled children
- Hearing disorders
- Psychomotor disorders
- Mental retardation
- Barrier-free design
- Sociology of disability
- People with visual disabilities
- People with disabilities in mass media
- Children with disabilities
- Students with disabilities
- Computer and people with disabilities
- Communicative disorders
- Movement disorders
- Speech disorders
- Learning disabled
- Discrimination against people with disabilities
Please Note: The Libraries System will retrieve other types of publication beyond book or ebook after the collection stops meeting the exact search criteria.