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Arts & Humanities Search®
ONTAP® Arts & Humanities Search® (File 255)

Last Loaded on Web: Tuesday, October 01, 2013

Last Update To Bluesheet: December 27, 2007

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File Description Print Counterparts Special Features Sample Record Sort Rates
Subject Coverage Dialog File Data DIALINDEX/OneSearch Categories Basic Index Rank
Sources Document Types Indexed Contact Additional Indexes Predefined Format Options
Tips Geographic Coverage Terms and Conditions Limit Accession Numbers


File Description [top]

Arts & Humanities Search® is an international, multidisciplinary database that corresponds to the Arts & Humanities Citation Index. The database fully covers 1,300 of the world's leading arts and humanities journals, plus relevant social and natural science journals, and has additional records from the Current Contents series of publications. For records added since January 1991, author keywords and KeyWords PlusTM may also be searched.



Tips [top]

USE FILE 439

to search for articles in the arts and humanities

SEARCH CR=

to find references to important papers

     SELECT CR=MAYNARD D, 1991?

SEARCH SC=

to find a subject category

     SELECT SC=LANGUAGE?


Subject Coverage [top]

  • Archaeology
  • Architecture
  • Arts
  • Classics
  • Dance
  • Film
  • History
  • Humanities
  • Language and Linguistics
  • Literature
  • Music
  • Oriental Studies
  • Philosophy
  • Poetry
  • Radio
  • Religion
  • Television
  • Theater


Sources [top]

Coverage includes citations to articles, letters, editorials, meeting abstracts, errata, poems, short stories, plays, music scores, excerpts from books, chronologies, bibliographies and filmographies, as well as citations to reviews of books, films, music, and theatrical performances that are published in the covered journals.

Thomson Scientific adds "implicit" citations. This is done whenever creative works are the subject of articles but are not formally cited. Implicit citations may be added for material such as paintings, musical compositions, literary works, and films and records, as well as dance, music, and theatrical performances.



Print Counterparts [top]

  • Current Contents


Dialog File Data [top]

Dates Covered: 1980 to the present (File 439)
Selected records from 1986 (File 255)
File Size: More than 3M records as of December 2007 (File 439)
25,000 records (File 255)
Update Frequency: Weekly (Approximately 3,000 records per update) (File 439)
Closed (File 255)


Document Types Indexed [top]

  • Journal Articles


Geographic Coverage [top]

  • International


Geographic Restrictions [top]

  • None


Special Features [top]


DialIndex/OneSearch Categories [top]

ACRONYM CATEGORY NAME
ARCHITEC Architecture
ARTS Arts and Humanities
CITEDREF Cited References
HISTORY History
HUMANIT Humanities
LANGUAGE Language and Linguistics
OTHERSOC Other Sources
PHILOS Philosophy and Religion
POLISCI Political Science
REVIEWS Book Reviews


Contact [top]

Arts & Humanities Search is produced by Thomson Scientific. Questions concerning file content should be directed to:

Thomson Scientific
Global contacts: http://www.scientific.thomson.com/techsupport/
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Terms and Conditions [top]

Arts & Humanities Search is a registered trademark of Thomson Reuters. ONTAP is a registered trademark of Dialog LLC.

For Dialog's Redistribution and Archive Policy, enter HELP ERA online. The following Terms and Conditions also apply. Buyer agrees that the material retrieved from ARTS & HUMANITIES SEARCH will not be used for commercial resale or sale in any media (electronic, paper, or photographic film) and that the Buyer is licensed to use information derived from the database only for use of Buyer, Buyer's employees, and/or Buyer's normal constituency for one-time bibliographies in single-copy form. Except as permitted under Dialog's Redistribution and Archive policy, no part of the materials furnished or data therefrom may be copied in machine-readable form by any user for any purpose without prior agreement with Thomson Scientific.

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SAMPLE RECORD [top]

    DIALOG(R)File 439:Arts&Humanities Search(R) 
    (c) 2007 The Thomson Corp. All rts. reserv. 
     
  GA=,NR=  02372644   GENUINE ARTICLE#: 383KP   NUMBER OF REFERENCES: 69 
  /TI  TITLE: Semi-institutional discourse: The case of talk shows 
  AU=  AUTHOR(S): Ilie C (REPRINT) 
  CS=  CORPORATE SOURCE: Stockholm Univ,Dept English,S-10691 Stockholm//Sweden/ 
        (REPRINT); Stockholm Univ,Dept English,S-10691 Stockholm//Sweden/ 
  JN=,PY=,SO=  JOURNAL: JOURNAL OF PRAGMATICS, 2001 , V33, N2 (FEB), P209-254 
  PU=  PUBLISHER: ELSEVIER SCIENCE BV, PO BOX 211, 1000 AE AMSTERDAM, NETHERLANDS 
  SN=  ISSN: 0378-2166 
  LA=,DT=  LANGUAGE: English   DOCUMENT TYPE: Article 
  GL=  GEOGRAPHIC LOCATION: Sweden 
  SF=  SUBFILE: Social SciSearch 
  SC=  JOURNAL SUBJECT CATEGORY: LANGUAGE & LINGUISTICS THEORY 
  /AB  ABSTRACT: This paper explores the nature of the talk show as a particular 
        instance of broadcast discourse, which is envisaged both as a media 
        product and as an ongoing talk-oriented process. The analysis focuses 
        on the discursive features of the talk show, regarded as a 
        host-controlled, participant-shaped and audience-evaluated speech 
        event. The approach taken here draws on recent research in 
        conversation- and discourse-analysis, pragmatics, critical linguistics, 
        philosophy of language, and media and cultural studies. 
            By focusing on excerpts taken from two American talk shows (the 
        Oprah Winfrey show and the Geraldo Riveria show), this study is 
        intended to capture the distinguishing features of the talk show by 
        comparing it with casual conversation, on the one hand, and with 
        institutional interaction, on the other. It is proposed that one of the 
        major distinguishing features of talk shows is their semi-institutional 
        nature, i.e. they exhibit a mixture of characteristics pertaining to 
        both casual conversation and institutional discourse in terms of 
        discursive configuration and goal, participant role assignment and role 
        switching, talk and topic control. (C) 2001 Elsevier Science B.V. All 
        rights reserved. 
  /DE  DESCRIPTORS--Author Keywords: talk show ; semi-institutional discourse ; 
        monitored turn-taking ; asymmetrical role distribution ; multiple 
        audience-oriented talk ; talk-framing patterns 
  /ID  IDENTIFIERS--KeyWord Plus(R): NEWS INTERVIEWS; TURN-TAKING; ORGANIZATION; 
        QUESTIONS; RADIO 
  CR=  CITED REFERENCES: 
  CA=,CY=,CW=      ABT V, 1994, V28, P171, J POP CULT 
        AINSWORTHVAUGHN N, 1994, V4, P194, J LINGUISTIC ANTHR 
        BHATIA VK, 1993, ANAL GENRE LANGUAGE 
        BURKE P, 1993, ART CONVEERSATION 
        CHARAUDEAU P, 1991, TELEVISION DEBATS CU 
        CLAYMAN S, 1993, V13, P19, TEXT 
        DREW P, 1997, V2, P92, DISCOURSE SOCIAL INT 
        FAIRCLOUGH N, 1998, DISCOURSE SOCIAL CHA 
        FRANKEL R, 1990, P231, INTERACTION COMPETEN 
        GARTON G, 1991, P100, BROADCAST TALK 
        GREATBATCH D, 1992, P268, TALK WORK INTERACTIO 
        HAAG LL, 1993, V26, P115, J POP CULT 
        HARRIS S, 1989, P131, WORKING LANGUAGE MUL 
        HERITAGE JC, 1995, V28, P1, RES LANG SOC INTERAC 
        HUTCHBY I, 1996, V7, P481, DISCOURSE SOC 
        ILIE C, 1999, V31, P975, J PRAGMATICS 
        JUCKER A, 1986, NEWS INTERVIEWS PRAG 
        LIVINGSTONE S, 1994, TALK TELEVISION 
        MASCIAROTTE GJ, 1991, V11, P81, GENDERS 
        MAYNARD D, 1991, V92, P448, AM J SOCIOL 
        MCHOUL A, 1998, P225, CONCISE ENCY PRAGMAT 
        MUNSON W, 1993, TALK TALK SHOW MEDIA 
        PECK J, 1994, V27, P89, CULTURAL CRITIQUE 
        PRESS B, 1997, SAN FRANCISCO C 0421 
        SCANNELL P, 1991, P1, BROADCAST TALK 
        SCHEGLOFF EA, 1995, V28, P185, RES LANG SOC INTERAC 
        SCHIFFRIN D, 1994, APPROACHES DISCOURSE 
        SEARLE JR, 1995, CONSTRUCTION SOCIAL 
        TANNEN D, 1992, TALKING VOICES REPET 
        TOLSON A, 1991, P178, BROADCAST TALK 
        VANDERSTRICHT W, 1997, V2, P1, MRS INTERNET J N S R 
        WATSON DR, 1990, P263, INTERACTION COMPETEN 
        WILSON J, 1989, BOUNDARIES CONVERSAT 


BASIC INDEX [top]

SEARCH
SUFFIX
DISPLAY
CODE
FIELD NAME
INDEXING
SELECT EXAMPLES
None None All Basic Index Fields Word S CRITICAL(W)LINGUISTICS
/AB AB Abstract1 Word S CASUAL(W)CONVERSATION?
/DE DE Author Keywords2,3 Word
& Phrase
S TALK(W)SHOW?/DE
S ASYMMETRICAL ROLE?/DE
/ID ID KeyWords Plus3,4 Word
& Phrase
S TURN(W)TAKING/ID
S NEWS INTERVIEWS/ID
/TI TI Title Word S SEMI(W)INSTITUTIONAL(W)DISCOURSE/TI

1 Abstracts available for records from January 2001 forward.

2 Also /DF.

3 Available for records from March 1991 forward.

4 Also /IF.


ADDITIONAL INDEXES [top]

SEARCH
PREFIX
DISPLAY
CODE
FIELD NAME
INDEXING
SELECT EXAMPLES
AU= AU Author Phrase S AU=ILIE C
AV= None Abstract Available1 Word
& Phrase
S AV=(ABSTRACT(W)AVAILABLE)
S AV=ABSTRACT AVAILABLE
None AZ DIALOG Accession Number
CA= CA Cited Author Phrase S CA=TOLSON A?
CR= CR Cited Reference Phrase S CR=CLAYMAN S, 1993?
CS= CS Corporate Source Word S CS=(STOCKHOLM(W)UNIV)
CW= CW Cited Work Word
& Phrase
S CW=(TALK(W)TELEVISION)
S CW=CULTURAL CRITIQUE
CY= CY Cited Year Phrase S CY=1998
DT= DT Document Type Phrase S DT=ARTICLE
GA= GA Genuine Article Number Phrase S GA=383KP
GL= GL Geographic Location Phrase S GL=SWEDEN
JN= JN Journal Name5 Phrase S JN=JOURNAL OF PRAGMATICS
LA= LA Language Phrase S LA=ENGLISH
NR= NR Number of References Numeric S NR=69
PU= PU Publisher Phrase S PU=ELSEVIER SCIENCE?
PY= PY Publication Year Phrase S PY=2001
SC= SC Journal Subject Category Word
& Phrase
S SC=(LINGUISTICS(W)THEORY)
S SC=LANGUAGE "AND" LINGUISTICS THEORY
SF= SF Subfile Word
& Phrase
S SF=(SOCIAL(W)SCISEARCH)
S SF=SOCIAL SCISEARCH
SN= SN International Standard Serial Number (ISSN) Phrase S SN=0378-2166
S SN=03782166
SO= SO Source Information6 Word S SO=(JOURNAL(1W)PRAGMATICS)
UD= None Update7 Phrase S UD=9999
ZP= ZP Zip Code9 Phrase S ZP=53711

5 Journal name may be searched using either JN= or SO=.

6 Display includes Journal Name, Volume, Issue, Pagination, and Publication Year.

7 Not available in File 255.

8 Limits only to reviews from 1989 forward.

9 Included only for USA.


LIMIT [top]

SUFFIX FIELD NAME EXAMPLES
/ DIALOG Accession Number S S3/01944817-9999999
/AB Abstract Available S S2/AB
/ART Journal Article S S1/ART
/CR Contains Cited References S S4/CR
/ENG English Language S S5/ENG
/NART Non-Article S S8/NART
/NOCR No Cited References S S7/NOCR
/NONENG Non-English Language S S6/NONENG
/NREV Not a Review or Bibliography8 S S9/NREV
/REV Review or Bibliography8 S S10/REV
/YYYY Publication Year S S1/1999:2001


SORT [top]

SORTABLE FIELDS EXAMPLES
AU, CS, JN, PY, TI SORT S2/ALL/AU
PRINT S3/5/ALL


RANK [top]

RANK FIELDS EXAMPLES
All phrase- and numeric-indexed fields in the Additional Indexes can be ranked. Other RANK codes include: DE, ID RANK DE
RANK AU S4


USER-DEFINED FORMAT OPTIONS [top]

Display codes listed in the Search Options tables can be used to customize output. TYPE S3/AU,TI,CR/1-5


PREDEFINED FORMAT OPTIONS [top]

NO.
DIALOGWEB
FORMAT
RECORD CONTENT
1 -- DIALOG Accession Number
2 -- Full Record except Abstract and Cited References
3 Medium Bibliographic Citation
4 -- Full Record with Tagged Fields
5 -- Full Record
6 Free Title, Genuine Article Number, Number of References, and Publication Year
7 Long Bibliographic Citation and Abstract
8 Short Title, Genuine Article Number, Number of References, Journal Subject Category, and Publication Year
9 Full Full Record
K -- KWIC (Key Word In Context) displays a window of text; may be used alone or with other formats


DIRECT RECORD ACCESS [top]

FIELD NAME EXAMPLES
If the accession nubmer of a specifid record is known, it can be used to display the record directly. TYPE 01208592/5
DISPLAY 01208592/9
PRINT 01207358/4


ACCESSION NUMBER LIST [top]

YearAccession Numbers
1980000001- 082369
1981082370- 186226
1982186227- 300854
1983300855- 416386
1984416387- 528657
1985528658- 646545
1986646546- 769067
1987769068- 880937
1988880938- 994319
1989994320-1100689
19901100690-1204337
19911204338-1324863
19921324864-1447253
19931447254-1557704
19941557705-1672920
19951672933-1786032
19961786033-1906733
19971906734-2027260
19982027261-2142999
19992143000-2256066
2000 2256067-2371996
2001 2371997-9999999


Rates [top]

Rates For File: ONTAP® Arts & Humanities Search®[255]
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 1001 or more    10.00

ARCHIVE Multiplier Table:

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     26-200       3.00
    201-500       6.00
   501-1000       8.00
 1001 or more    10.00
Rates For File: Arts & Humanities Search®[439]
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REDIST/COPY Multiplier Table:

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        1-2       1.00
       3-25       1.50
     26-100       3.00
    101-200       4.00
    201-500       6.00
   501-1000       8.00
 1001 or more    10.00

ARCHIVE Multiplier Table:

      Range      Multiplier
       1-25       1.50
     26-200       3.00
    201-500       6.00
   501-1000       8.00
 1001 or more    10.00
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