10). Chicago, Ill.: American Library Association; Folkestone, Kent, England: Dawson, 1980. 7 Citation: Rout, Leslie.,. Descriptive bibliographers follow specific conventions and associated classification in their description. Bibliography (from, greek biblion, "book" and - -graphia, "writing as a discipline, is traditionally the academic study of books as physical, cultural objects; in this sense, it is also known as bibliology 1 (from Greek, -logia ). Hand List of Bibliographies, Classified Catalogues, and Indexes Placed in the Reading Room of the British Museum for Reference. Combination annotations Most annotated bibliographies contain combination annotations.
For Example, According to Adams (2008. External assistance and the peace process in El Salvador. M., A Bibliography for the Gospel of Mark, (New York: Mellen, 1981 TIM 307326; Wagner,., ebnt (1983 Neirynck? Descriptive bibliographies as scholarly product edit Descriptive bibliographies as a scholarly product usually include information on the following aspect of a given book as a material object: Format and Collation/Pagination Statement a conventional, symbolic formula that describes the book block in terms of sheets, folds. 20 21 See also edit References edit "bibliology".