Panorama of the international universal bibliography in the arc of structures of bibliographical science Cover Image

Панорама на международната универсална библиография в дъгата на структурите на библиографознанието
Panorama of the international universal bibliography in the arc of structures of bibliographical science

Integral of teaching in the secondary documentary modeling – humanitarian bibliography by approach

Author(s): Alexandra Kumanova
Subject(s): Essay|Book Review |Scientific Life
Published by: Национална библиотека »Св. св. Кирил и Методий«
Keywords: bibliography; bibliographic information; information space; information environment; informationmodeling; bibliographic morphology; genesis of the world universal bibliography;

Summary/Abstract: In the article is given a complex of notions existing in the sphere of the humanitarian bibliography, according to the rizoma-reticular conception of the bibliographic science, approbated by the author during the last 20 years. The initial state of this conception consists in the fact that the bibliography presented /III/ a secondary documentary level of a large scale information modeling of the global multi-dimensional information space (= noosphere) establishing relations (between universe of documents and universe of readers) (below this level are situated a level of facts /I/ and a level of primary documents /II/; above it – reflecting them level of meta-systems /IV/ and a level of philosophical images /V/. The humanitarian bibliography is a humanitarian and scientific phenomenon of determination of reticular relations of the secondary documentary level of the infosphere ≡ humanitarian bibliography by approach (when penetrating in the form of bibliographic information). Are giventhe bases of the historiography of the universal bibliography. All these secondary documentary sources are presented in a rhizomestructure built in a reticule section of the bibliographic information: documental (1); reader’s (2); activity (bibliographic) (3); essential and specific (bibliographic science) (4); functional (5); content orientated (6) ≡ humanitarian bibliography by subject; organization (7). The bibliographic morphology is revealed determining the genesis of the world universal bibliography (3c. BC – 21c.). This chronological classification is based on the study in unity of more than 700 classification of the genres of bibliography, bibliographic information,bibliographic activity, bibliographic works which are present in more than 5000 primary and secondary documentary sources in 20 languages during 18 th – 21 st century.

  • Issue Year: 2017
  • Issue No: 5
  • Page Range: 5-25
  • Page Count: 21
  • Language: Bulgarian