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Catalogiseren in internationale context - Het functionele model Functional Requirements for Bibliographic Records (FRBR) heeft internationaal het catalogusapparaat veranderd. Maar in Nederland blijft het opvallend stil.
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Catalogiseren in internationale context - Het functionele model Functional Requirements for Bibliographic Records (FRBR) heeft internationaal het catalogusapparaat veranderd. Maar in Nederland blijft het opvallend stil.

Author: Peter Schouten
Publisher: Amsterdam : Cramwinckel, 1997-
Edition/Format: Article Article : Dutch
Publication:Informatie professional. 11, no. 3, (2007): 12
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Document Type: Article
All Authors / Contributors: Peter Schouten
ISSN:1385-5328
Language Note: Dutch
Unique Identifier: 103764156
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