This editions contains 1,050 entries, with emphasis on basic sources and recently published works representative of various aspects of the field. Included are 585 new titles, most published from 1980 to 1989, and 213 new editions and supplement volumes of titles cited in the second edition. Parts I-V list and describe bibliographies and indexes; Part VI covers other types of reference sources; Part VII contains selective lists of handbooks. With appendix and author-editor-compiler, title, and subject indexes.
Dorothea M. Berry (University of Illinois College of Education; University of Illinois GSLIS) was formerly Reference Librarian and Education Librarian at the University of California, Riverside. Her professional experience includes both teaching and librarianship. In addition to the three editions of this Bibliographic Guide, her other publications include The Literature of Liberal Adult Education (Scarecrow Press, 1969), co-authored with Dr. J.D. Mezirow, and A Guide to Writing Research Papers (McGraw-Hill, 1971).