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The British Humanities Index

The British Humanities Index is an international indexing tool for research in the humanities. It indexes over 320 internationally respected humanities journals and weekly magazines, as well as quality newspapers. The subject index is published monthly and an author index is added in the annual volumes.

The web version (BHI) provides abstracts from over 400 daily newspapers, weekly magazines and academic journals of international standing, with over 667,000 records dating back to 1962.

The major areas of coverage include: Architecture, Archaeology, Art, Antiques, Cinema, Current Affairs, Education, Economics, Environment, Foreign Affairs, Gender Studies, History, Language, Law, Linguistics, Literature, Music, Painting, Philosophy, Poetry, Political Science, Religion, Theatre.

Example

The following information is given for each article:

 

Computer Industry: United States

The Silicon Valley multiplier. Simon Caulkin. Management Today, (Oct 82) p.42-7, 125. il.

 

The index is arranged alphabetically by subject heading. The layout of entries is as follows:

Heading

Title of article; Author/s; Magazine/Journal title; Volume number (date + year) ; Pages; Portraits; References; Illustrations.

The last three entries are omitted if not applicable.

Where pages are interspersed with advertisements or other extraneous material the first page is given with a + sign. i.e. 95+


Abbreviations

Ass. Association

Inst. Institution

Q. Quarterly

Brit. British

J. Journal

R. Review

Bull. Bulletin

Mag. Magazine

Sec. Society

Inst. Institute

Proc. Proceedings

Trans. Transactions

Other abbreviations used are:

il. illustration/s or diagram/s

ref. reference/s

suppt. supplement

p. page/s

port. portrait/s i.e. illustration of a person/s

 

Therefore, the example above means

The title of the article is: The Silicon Valley multiplier. It was written by Simon Culkin. It was published in the journal: Management Today in October 1982. It is on pages 42 to 47 and also page 125. It contains some illustrations.

Look at the following extract from 1982.


Composerssee Musicians

Composingsee Music: Composition

Comprehensive Schools: Great Britain

When bright pupils suffer. John lzbicki. Daily Telegraph, (10 May 82) p.10.

Comptroller and Auditor Generalsee Great Britain: Comptroller and Auditor General

Computer Crime

Crime by computer. Roger Giblin. Illus. London News, 270 (Sep 82) p.23-5. il.

Computer Fraud

Electronic fraud is here to stay. Bill Johnstone. Times, (23 Aug 82) p.13.

Computer Graphics

Finding common standards. Economist, 284 (21 Aug 82) p.77-8.

Look what you can do with computer graphics. Economist, 283 (17 Apr 82) p.69-71. il.

More graphics, please. Benjamin Woolley. Listener, 108 (18 Nov 82) p.38. il.

Computer Industry

Computer horizons: a special report. Times, (7 Sep 82) p.23-4. il.

Computer horizons: a special report. Times, (21 Sep 82) p.16-17. il.

Computer horizons: a special report. Times, (28 Sep 82) p.13-15. il.

Computer horizons: a special report. Times, (14 Sep 82) p.16-19. il.

Computer horizons: a special report. Times, (5 Oct 82) p.13-15. il.

Computer horizons. Times, (12 Oct 82) p.19, 22. il.

Computer horizons. Times, (26 Oct 82) p.15-17. fl.

Computer horizons. Times, (19 Oct 82) p.21-2. il. ports.

Distributed processing. B. T. Johnson. Management Decision, 19 No. 7 (1981) p.29-31.

Software's unstable condition. Ted Schoeters. Management Today, (Dec 82) p.84+ (7 pages) . il.

Three-way fight for Nato contract. Clive Cookson. Times, (6 Sep 82) p.13.

Computer Industry

Related Headings:

Control Data Corporation

Electronics Industry

Micro-Circuits Industry

Wilmot, Robb

Women in Computer Industry

Computer Industry: Great Britain

Computers for the poor: technology for the Third World. Clive Cookson. Times, (30 Jul 82) p.15. refs.

Flying the flag. Economist, 282 (13 Mar 82) p.76. il.

We'll work for ourselves in CMG. Industrial Participation, No. 578 (Summer 82) p.24-5.

Computer Industry: Great Britain

Related Headings:

International Business Machines

International Computers Ltd

Computer Industry: Japan

Information technology. What arc the Japanese up to'? John Lans-down. Architects J., 176 (13 Oct 82) p.89-90. il.

Japan in the computer age. Yukimaro Kawatani. Management Decision, 19 No. 7 (1981) p.9-20. il.

Computer Industry: Singapore

A calculated leap into the micro-future. David Watts. Times, (4 Aug 82) p.8.

Computer Industry: United States

The Brussels threat to IBM. Economist, 282 (6 Feb 82) p.47.

Have computer, will travel... Richard Brooks. Sunday Times, (23 May 82) p.56. il.

The Silicon Valley multiplier. Simon Caulkin. Management Today, (Oct 82) p.42-7, 125. il.

Computer Industry and the Disabled

Programs to help the handicapped. Glyn Jones and Daphne Jones. Guardian, (1 Dec 82) p.14. port.

Computer Management Group

We'll work for ourselves in CMG. Industrial Participation, No. 578 (Summer 82) p.24-5.

Computer Musicsee Music, Computer

Computer Programs: Copyright

Wily breed. Economist, 284 (25 Sep 82) p.70, 72.

Computer Services

Related Headings:

Millennium Professional and Technical Services

Computers

The brainchild of today's computers. Economist, 285 (11 Dec 82) p.107-8. il.

Breaking away from the origins of computer design. Economist, 283 (8 May 82) p.107-8. it.

Bytes and pieces on the market. Ted Stevens. Royal Inst. of British Architects J., 89 (Apr 82) p.38-9. il.

Computer grand prix. Economist, 283 (3 Apr 82) p.128-9. it. Computer on the hearth. Simon Hoggart. Observer Mag., (11 Jul 82) p.26-7, 29. il.

Computers in the home. Bruce Page. Illus. London News, 270 (Nov 82) p.33-5. il.

Computers simplified: a plain man's guide. Rex Malik. Architects J., 175 (27 Jan 82) p.55-9. il.

Computers that close curtains. Peter McGill and Steve Vines. Observer, (31 Oct 82) p.21.

Computing: planning for disaster. Edward Goldblum. Architects J., 176 (27 Oct 82) p.73+.

Keying into the micro maze. Julian Allason. Observer, (3 Oct 82) p.21. il.

Software's unstable condition. Ted Schoeters. Management Today, (Dec 82) p.84+ (7 pages) . it.

Why can't a computer be more like a man? Economist, 282 (9 Jan 82) p.75-9. it.

Your personal computer may soon have a Japanese accent. Economist, 284 (4 Sep 82) p.91-3. il.

Computers

Related Headings:

Archives and Computers

Building Services and Computers

Electronics

Information Services, Computer Based

Information Technology

Microprocessors

Typewriters, Automatic

Computers: Application

Authors and computers. Julian Chancellor. Author, 93 (Autumn 82) p.92-3.

The chip revolutionises fire/security systems. Helen Heard. Royal Inst. of British Architects J., 89 (Apr 82) p.75, 77-8.

Computers: more than just a game. The Sunday Times/Commodore Young Computer Brain of the Year winners. Tony Osman. Sunday Times Mag., (12 Dec 82) p.37, 39-40. it.

Guide to hardware. John Chalmers. Architects J., 175 (12 May 82) p.71-4, 77-8, 81-3. it.

Guide to software and systems. John Chalmers. Architects J., 175 (19 May 82) p.65-8, 71-4. it.

Systems for information retrieval. Gerry Thompson. Royal Inst. of British Architects J., 89 (Apr 82) p.37. it. refs.

Wired up for tomorrow's world - today: cable television. Richard Brooks. Sunday Times, (14 Feb 82) p.57. it.

Computers and Diet

Eat, drink and ask the computer ... Amy Landreth. Daily Tele-graph, (1 1 Jun 82) p.17. port.

Computers and Medicine

Dr Strabismus and others. Rex Malik. Listener, 108 (12 Aug 82) p.34. port.

Computers and Office Work

Awash in paper? Office of the future. Economist, 282 (30 Jan 82) p.93-4. il.

No stripping in Whitehall. Economist, 282 (16 Jan 82) p.17-18. The road to computopia: computers in the D.H.S.S. Tony Lynes. New Society, (23 Sep 82) p.503.

Why offices need girls as well as "chips". Mary de la Mahotiere. Daily Telegraph, (3 Feb 82) p.15.

Computers and Privacy

The climate of reason. James Michael. Guardian, (1 Nov 82) p.13. refs.

Data privacy? Don't bank on it. Economist, 283 (17 Apr 82) p.29. il. refs.

Data protection: the international aspects. J. M. Evans. Banker, 132 (Sep 82) p.37, 39-40. refs.

Exit Smiley, enter IBM: the effects of the Government Communications Headquarters leak. Linda Melvern, Mark Hosenball, Phillip Knightley and Nick Arming. Sunday Times, (31 Oct 82) p.1 l. il.

Privacy is a two-way street. James Michael. Observer, (28 Feb 82) p.8. it.

The right to know what the computer has on you. Michael Meacher. Times, (20 Jan 82) p.10.

Computers and Social Change

The man in the belly of the beast. John Davy. Observer, (15 Aug 82) p.22. it.

Computers and Speech

Responding to the elusive lure of the spoken word. Pearce Wright. Times, (15 Nov 82) p.17.

Computers and Telephone Directories

French dialogues. Computerised telephone directories. Rex Malik. Listener, 108 (21 Oct 82) p.34. il.

Computers in Architecture

Another dimension in drawing. Ted Stevens. Royal Inst. of British Architects J., 89 (Apr 82) p.34. it.

Bytes and pieces on the market. Ted Stevens. Royal Inst. of British Architects J., 89 (Apr 82) p.38-9. it.

Chadwick: man with a mission. Interview. Ted Stevens and Andrew Chadwick. Royal Inst. of British Architects J., 89 (Apr 82) p.35-6. il.

The chip revolutionises fire/security systems. Helen Heard. Royal Inst. of British Architects J., 89 (Apr 82) p.75, 77-8.

Computing for architects. Architects J., 175 (27 Jan 82) p.53-9. il. Helping hand through the jargon. Royal Inst. of British Architects J., 89 p.36. refs.

How two practices chose a computer. Ted Stevens. Royal (Apr 82) p.31-3. il.

Microcomputing for architects. Architects J., 175 (10 Feb 82) p.67-71. il.

Computers in Banking

Electronic banking comes out to meet its customers. Economist, 285 (2 Oct 82) p.88-9. it.

Computers in Book Publishing

Authors and computers. Julian Chancellor. Author, 93 (Autumn 82) p.92-3.

Computerised publishing comes of age. Ken Moore. Bookseller, (17 Apr 82) p.1512.

A new contender. Economist, 285 (16 Oct 82) p.106-7. it.

STM: marketing and journals in New York. John von Knorring. Bookseller, (4 Dec 82) p.2095-6.

Computers in Building Industry

Information technology in construction. Building suppt., (8 Oct 82) p.2+ (14 pages) . il.

Computers in Business

Computer selection in the small business. Steve Coussins. Management Decision, 19 No. 7 (1981) p.5-8.

Computers in Drug Industry

Drug design with computers. Economist, 294 (11 Sep 82) p.83-4.

Computers in Fire Prevention

The chip revolutionises fire/security systems. Helen Heard. Royal Inst. of British Architects J., 89 (Apr 82) p.75, 77-8.

Computers in Heraldry

Construction of an heraldic data base. T. Stothers and A. W. Ross. Family History, 12 (Apr 82) p.135-47. refs.

Computers in Industry

How they computerised milk. Steve Vines. Observer, (24 Jan 82) p.18.

Microcomputers in a decentralised company. P. L. Bubb. Management Decision, 19 No. 7 (1981) p.21-8. it.

The use of computers in physical distribution management. David P. Herron. Management Decision, 19 No. 7 (1981) p.35-60. il. refs.

Computers in International Finance

International cash management: slaying the paper tiger. T. 0. Johnson. Banker, 132 (Oct 82) p.53, 55-7, 59. it.

Computers in Law, Administration

Not so elementary, my dear Watson. Economist, 284 (14 Aug 82) p.67-70. il. refs.

Computers in Literature

At the outset was the Word. Simon Winchester. Sunday Times, (28 Nov 82) p.16.

Computers in Local Government

The Bristol experience: information - who wants it? Richard Henderson and Richard Markham. Planner, 68 (Jul/Aug 82) p.104-5.

Census processing: the Small Area Statistics Computer Package. Keith Dugmore. Planner, 68 (Jul/Aug 82) p.115. refs.

IT82 - local government's contribution. Brian Goodwin. Planner, 68 (Jul/Aug 82) p.125.

Micros: friend or foe? Keith Tomlinson. Planner, 68 (Jul/Aug 82) p.120-2. il.

Year of the postcode. Simon Hart. Planner, 68 (Jul/Aug 82) p.116-17.

Computers in Motor Car Industry

Into the microchip age: cars and computers. John Taylor. Country Life, 172 (21 Oct 82) p.1248, 1251-2. il.

Computers in Museology

Computing cataloguing at the Hancock Museum, Newcastle upon Tyne: a review of progress to date. Peter Davis and Judith Hebron. Museums J., 82 (Sep 82) p.89-91. refs.

The future development of the Museum Documentation Associa-tion. Museums J., 82 (Sep 82) p.72-6.

Historic photograph collection management at the Museum of London. Michael J. Seaborne and Steven Neufeld. Museums J., 82 (Sep 82) p.99-103. il. refs.

Information management in museums: there's more to it than documentation and computers. Elizabeth Orna. Museums J., 82 (Sep 82) p.79-82. refs.

A natural history computer-based catalogue. Brian Abell Seddon. Museums J., 82 (Sep 82) p.93-7. refs.

Practical problems in cataloguing the Wellcome Collection. John Burnett and David Wright. Museums J., 82 (Sep 82) p.86-8. il. refs.

Today's microcomputers for museum documentation? Richard Light. Museums J., 82 (Sep 82) p.77-8.

Computers in Personnel Management

Computers in personnel: designing a system. David Bell. Personnel Management, 14 (Jan 82) p.46-9. il. refs.

Computers in personnel: "in house" system or bureau. John Dickie and Hugh Shanks. Personnel Management, 14 (Aug 82) p.36-40. il.

Computers in personnel: new needs, new methods, new opportunities. Colin Richards-Carpenter. Personnel Management, 14 (May 82) p.26-30. il.

Computers in personnel: ready made package or sharing the mainframe? Tony Ive. Personnel Management, 14 (Jul 81) p.44-9. il. refs.

Computers in personnel: the crunch issues. Malcolm Bennison. Personnel Management, 14 (Sep 82) p.36-8. il. refs.

Computers in Security Systems

The chip revolutionises fire/security systems. Helen Heard. Royal Inst. of British Architects J., 89 (Apr 82) p.75, 77-8.

Computers in Sound Recording

Digital supersound. Susan Hassler. Connoisseur, 209 (Mar 82) p.142-3. il.

Computers in State Security

Exit Smiley, enter IBM: the effects of the Government Communications Headquarters leak. Linda Melvern, Mark Hosenball, Phillip Knightley and Nick Arming. Sunday Times, (31 Oct 82) p.11. il.

Computers in Town and Country Planning

Census processing: the Small Area Statistics Computer Package. Keith Dugmore. Planner, 68 (Jul/Aug 82) p.115. refs.

The Cheshire experience: planners versus computers. David Challen. Planner, 68 (Jul/Aug 82) p.103-4. il.

Computers and development planning: south Hampshire revisited. Keith Francis. Planner, 68 (Jul/Aug 82) p.118-19. il. refs. Computers in development control. Peter Yates, Peter White and Ken Davie. Planner, 68 (Jul/Aug 82) p.110-11. il.

Computers in planning: reference guide. Steve Brazier, and others. Planner, 68 (Jul/Aug 82) p.126, 131. refs.

Computers in planning. Susan Barrett. Town & Country Planning, 51 (Sep 82) p.213-14. il. refs.

The Dudley experience: plans processing in a database environment the development of 2900 LAMIS. W. Kirk. Planner, 68 (Jul/Aug 82) p.108-9. refs.

The expanding micro: some lessons learned in Berkshire County Council. John Adley and David Rutherford. Planner, 68 (Jul/Aug 82) p.122-3.

Gazetteer based property systems. John Spicer. Planner, 68 (Jul/Aug 82) p.112-14. il. refs.

Setting the scene: a review of current developments. Sue Barrett. Planner, 68 (Jul/Aug 82) p.100-102. il. refs.

The south Norfolk experience: developing a word processor planning application system. Michael Haslam. Planner, 68 (Jul/Aug 82) p.106-8. il.

Stumbling blocks and stepping stones: teaching computers to planners. Rob Anderson. Planner, 68 (Jul/Aug 82) p.124.

Computers in Town Planning

Microelectronics and tomorrow's communities. Murray Laver. Town & Country Planning, 51 (Sep 82) p.211-13. refs.

Comte, Auguste

More order than progress? The politics of Brazilian positivism. J. G. Merquior. Government and Opposition, 17 (Autumn 82) p.454-68. refs.

Concentration Camps

Auschwitz and the Allies. Rex Bloomstein and Piers Brendon. Listener, 108 (16 Sep 82) p.2-4, 12. il.

Concert Halls: Australia: Melbourne

Sound barrier. Richard Yallop. Guardian, (9 Nov 82) p.9.


There is an author index in the annual cumulative volume.

Crowder, Michael

Territorial imperative. Times Literary Suppt., (26 Feb 82) p.212.

Crowe, Peter

The bandits of Paotsuku. Asian Affairs, 13 (Feb 82) p.40-50. refs.

Crowhurst, R. P.

Profitability in French privateering 1793-1815. Business History, 24 (Mar 82) p.48-60. it. refs.

Crowley, Tony

Will there be life before death? New Blackfriars, 63 (Nov 82) p.470-5. refs.

Crowther, M. A.

Family responsibility and state responsibility in Britain before the welfare state. Historical J., 25 (Mar 82) p.131-45. refs.

Crowther, Paul

Merleau-Ponty: perception into art. Brit. J. of Aesthetics, 22 (Spring 82) p.138-49. refs.

Crowther-Hunt, Norman Crowther, Baron

How the Queen might finally save the Lords. Guardian, (I l Jan 82) p.7.

Crozier, Brian

End of the line for the appeasers. Times, (21 Sep 82) p.8.

A gesture Andropov will understand. Times, (16 Nov 82) p.12.

How CND serves the Russians. Times, (24 Aug 82) p.8.

How the Russians silence their own "Solidarity". Times, (19 Oct 82) p.12.

Is democracy such a good thing? Times, (2 Nov 82) p.10.

Partners but still the old enemy. Times, (3 Aug 82) p.8.

Pipeline and party line: the facts we cannot ignore. Times, (7 Sep 82) p.10.

Rebels without the Clause. Times, (10 Aug 82) p.8.

Why subsidizing the Russians doesn't add up. Times, (6 Jul 82) p.10.

Cruickshank, D. W.

The metaphorical criptojud?ismo of Calderon's Gutierre. Bulletin of Hispanic Studies, 59 (Jan 82) p.33-41. refs.

Cruickshank, Dan

An architectural folly. Daily Telegraph, (23 Oct 82) p.12.

Beautiful Barnes: the restoration of St. Mary's Church, Barnes, West London after fire damage. Architects J., 175 (10 Mar 82) p.28-32. il.

Build up the Thames. Architectural R., 172 (Aug 82) p.14-16. it.

City views: housing at Blackstock Road, London N5 and Solent Road West Hampstead. Architects J., 175 (16 Jun 82) p.29-30. il.

Demanding design: Baghdad. Architects J., 176 (7 Jul 82) p.44-9. il.

Raising the roof. Architects J., 175 (12 May 82) p.32-4. il.

Wren renaissance. Architects J., 176 (21 Jul 82) p.20-1. il.

Cruickshank, Dan joint author

Aspects of an area: South Hampshire. Architects J., 176 (14 Jul 82) p.28-35. il. refs.

The Georgian house. Architects J., 175 (31 Mar 82) p.42, 47-8. it.

Crumbie, Janet

Lion-hungry in Africa. Observer Mag., (10 Jan 82) p.32-3. il. Crump, R. W.

Excavation of a buried wooden structure at Foulness. Essex Archaeology and History, 13 (1981) p.69-71.

Crwys-Williams, Jennifer

We'd love to help, but our husbands wouldn't like it. Guardian, (27 Aug 82) p.10.

Crystal, D.

English at work in the world. Fact and fiction in contemporary English. Royal Soc. of Arts J., 130 (Jun 82) p.394-406.

Cuadrado, John

The magic of carpets. Connoisseur, 212 (Dec 82) p.71-8. il.

Cullen, Fintan

Hugh Douglas Hamilton in Rome, 1779-92. Apollo, 115 (Feb 82) p.86-91. il. refs.

Cullen, Gordon

Peak viewing: Langham Hotel site. Architects J., 176 (10 Nov 82) p.48-51. il.

Cullis, John joint author

The control of private charities: some evidence and comments. Public Administration, 60 (Autumn 82) p.356-63. it. refs.

Cumming, Alan

Banks might not have a corset, but societies do. Guardian, (27 Jan 82) p.15. il.

Cumming-Bruce, Nicholas

How the new leaders are tip-toeing to power. Guardian, (26 Mar 82) p.10. ports.

Cundick, Robert joint author

The Salt Lake Tabernacle organ. Organ, 61 (Oct 82) p.159-64.

Cunliffe, Barry

The city beneath Bath. Connoisseur, 210 (May 82) p.96-8. il.

Digging up people: archaeology old and new. Encounter, 59 (Sep/Oct 82) p.57-61. refs.

Pioneers of archaeology. Listener, 107 (17 Jun 82) p.12-13. it.


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