Indexing the law: a controlled vocabulary

Scott, Mark
April 2005
Indexer;Apr2005, Vol. 24 Issue 3, p123
Academic Journal
Recent years have seen a proliferation of sources of information available to the lawyer. This article describes one publisher's efforts to provide a more effective means of accessing information across the range of media available. It outlines the development of a controlled vocabulary and its application to both electronic and printed indexes.


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