2.A publication is printed every two months. Its volume number coincides with its year of publication (2008 = 1; 2009 = 2; 2010 = 3; etc.). Its issue number coincides with the order of publication, within a given year (Jan–Feb = 1; Mar–Apr = 2; etc). What kind of a publication is this? a.A monographb.A periodicalc.An e-bookd.A serialANS:DSerialsare published over time or may be in multiple volumes, but do not necessarily have a predictable publication date. Periodicalsare subsets of serials with predictable publication dates, such as journals, which are published over time and are numbered sequentially for the years published. This sequential numbering is seen in the year, volume, issue, and page numbering of a journal. Monographs, such as books, hard-copy conference proceedings, or pamphlets, are usually written once and may be updated with a new edition as needed. Textbooksare monographs written to be used in formal education programs. Entire volumes of books available in a digital or electronic format are called e-books . DIF: Cognitive Level: Application REF: Page 100 3.The type of literature that describes concept analyses, models, and frameworks is which of the following? DIF: Cognitive Level: Application REF: Page 100 4.What primary sources might be available to someone writing a biography of Queen Elizabeth I, who died in the 17th century?
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