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Title: Purposive Categorization of Health Sciences Theses and Business Administration Feasibility Studies
Authors: Merced, Briccio M. Jr.
Keywords: Purposive Categorization
Feasibility Studies
Issue Date: 13-Jun-2015
Publisher: The Congress of Southeast Asian Librarians (CONSAL)
Abstract: Purposive categorization performs an important role in organizing, accessing, and retrieval of information resources because of its concepts of relative location and indexes, allowing newer materials to be integrated into the library system. This paper aims to categorize health sciences theses and business administration feasibility studies by capitalizing on the concepts and knowledge emanating from Francis Bacon (1660’s), Poole, Dewey, Sears, and from the modern online databases of MeSH, ERIC, and the NLM. The result is a categorization of knowledge which can be utilized by libraries and information centers.
Description: This paper was presented at the Conference CONSAL XVI held from 11-13 June 2015 in Bangkok, Thailand.
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