Scientific schools in bibliography: Peculiarities of formation

  • T. V. Zakharchuk
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Abstract

The approaches to the concept of a “scientific school” in bibliography and peculiarities of the formation of scientific schools in the bibliography science, connected with the humanities character of this science and principles of its formation as a scientific discipline are considered. The main characteristics of bibliographic scientific schools are proposed and the problem of their identification and creation of a definition is put forward.

Keywords

scientific schools higher educational institutions bibliography scientific-research groups a group leader definition of a bibliographic scientific school 

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