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Databases in Historical Research

Theory, Methods and Applications

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Red Globe Press

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18 December 1995

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This textbook builds knowledge progressively and sympathetically, from first principles to advanced topics. The authors explain how to take a project from the specification stage to completion, and offer guidance on choice...

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This textbook builds knowledge progressively and sympathetically, from first principles to advanced topics. The authors explain how to take a project from the specification stage to completion, and offer guidance on choice of approach, techniques, hardware and software. Key ideas are presented in a readily understandable form through the use of diagrams and summary boxes, and the text is brought to life through the use of case studies. An ideal handbook for the undergraduate, postgraduate and professional historian embarking on a dissertation or historical research.

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List of Figures
Preface
Databases in Historical Research
Database Concepts and Terminology
Database Management Software
The Database Project Life-Cycle
Database Design and Implementation Information Retrieval Source-Oriented
Database Systems Coding and Record Linkage
Conclusion: Databases and the Future of Historical Computing
Bibliography
Glossary
Index.

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CHARLES HARVEY is Professor of Business History and Management, and Director of the School of Management, at Royal Holloway, University of London.

JON PRESS is Professor of History and Dean of Humanities at Bath College of Higher Education.

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CHARLES HARVEY is Professor of Business History and Management, and Director of the School of Management, at Royal Holloway, University of London.

JON PRESS is Professor of History and Dean of Humanities at Bath College of Higher Education.

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