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Virginia S. Thatcher. A new and enlightening approach to the fundamentals of back-of-book indexing

Virginia S. A new and enlightening approach to the fundamentals of back-of-book indexing. No other source gets to the heart of how an indexer converts the substance of the author's words and ideas in the text into keys found in the index. The emphasis is on methodology throughout, an element previously ignored in published discussions of indexing. An intellectual exercise-termed "thinking" indexing-is presented in depth: the process of extracting, then analyzing, and finally restructuring concepts from the text into meaningful index entries.

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USS Virginia (SSN-774) is a nuclear powered cruise missile attack submarine and the lead ship of her class her class, currently serving in the United States Navy (USN). She is the tenth vessel of the Navy to be named for the Commonwealth of Virginia, as well as the first US Navy attack submarine to be named after a state, a pattern that is common throughout her class.

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THATCHER-Virginia Wanvig. 88, of Arlington, VA, died peacefully on January 15, 2004

THATCHER-Virginia Wanvig. 88, of Arlington, VA, died peacefully on January 15, 2004. Loving mother of Barbara T. Missett, NYC, Judy T. O'Donnell, DE, Sheila T. Taylor, VA, R. Stephen Thatcher, VA, Dennis S. Thatcher, NYC, Joyce A. Thatcher, MA, Herbert S. Thatcher, VA, and 18 grandchildren and eight great-grandchildren, all of whom deeply mourn her loss. Contributions in her memory, Class of 1936, may be made to Stanford University, Office of Development, 326 Galvez Street, Stanford, CA 94305.

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In this brilliant book, Thatcher discusses the state of the world at the start of the 21st century and the way forward, drawing on. .Bibliographic references are scattered throughout and the book concludes with a thorough index. Ronald Reagan and Margaret Thatcher: A Political Marriage.

In this brilliant book, Thatcher discusses the state of the world at the start of the 21st century and the way forward, drawing on her considerable experience and keen insights. Margaret Thatcher, Volume 1: The Grocer's Daughter.

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A new and enlightening approach to the fundamentals of back-of-book indexing. No other source gets to the heart of how an indexer converts the substance of the author's words and ideas in the text into keys found in the index. The emphasis is on methodology throughout, an element previously ignored in published discussions of indexing. An intellectual exercise—termed "thinking" indexing—is presented in depth: the process of extracting, then analyzing, and finally restructuring concepts from the text into meaningful index entries.Indexes also includes fresh approaches to problems of technique: procedures for indexing from galley, translations, index revisions, and multivolume indexes. Alternative formatting designs and styles are liberally illustrated with recommendations. Specialty indexing (for textbooks and reference works as well as all the disciplines) is discussed in terms of an author's organization and development of his thesis as it affects an indexer's work. A chapter on freelance indexing covers the essentials of a financially sound and satisfying business venture. A final chapter on computer-assisted indexing describes the development of the technology from its beginning.Here is a book that provides information essential to the indexer starting out and a pleasing refresher for the established professional.

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ISBN13: 978-0810829909

ISBN: 0810829908

Author: Virginia S. Thatcher

Category: Reference

Subcategory: Writing Research & Publishing Guides

Language: English

Publisher: Scarecrow Press (January 1995)

Pages: 180 pages

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