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This is a list of encyclopedias sorted by branch of knowledge. For other sorting criteria, see List of encyclopedias . [ edit ] General encyclopedia [ edit ] Printed works [ edit ] English language The Children's Encyclopedia , by Arthur Mee .
The Encyclopedia of World Problems and Human Potential is published by the Union of International Associations (UIA) under the direction of Anthony Judge . It is available as a three-volume book, [ 1 ] as a CD-ROM, [ 2 ] and online. [ 3 ] [ 4 ] The Encyclopedia was started in 1972 and now comprises more than 100,000 entries and 700,000 links, as well as 500 pages of introductory notes and commentaries. The Encyclopedia collects information on problems , strategies , values , concepts of human development , and various intellectual resources. [ edit ] Databases, entries, and interlinks The Encyclopedia of World Problems and Human Potential is made up from data gathered from many sources.
Anthony Judge Anthony Judge , ( Port Said , 21 January 1940) is mainly known for his career at the Union of International Associations (UIA), where he has been Director of Communications and Research, as well as Assistant Secretary-General. [ 1 ] He was responsible at the UIA for the development of interlinked databases and for publications based on those databases, mainly the Encyclopedia of World Problems and Human Potential , the Yearbook of International Organizations , and the International Congress Calendar . Judge has also personally authored a collection of over 1,600 documents of relevance to governance and strategy-making.
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This is a list of online music databases , as well as including a list of sites that currently provide free and paid for on demand music as a streaming media . A primary unit of many of these two types of sites is the tracks which is often referred to in the marketplace simply as a song. [ edit ] Online music databases Below is a table of online music databases that are largely free of charge. Note that many of the sites provide a specialized service or focus on a particular music genre.
This reference website is freely usable for educational and personal use. It will provide in-depth articles written by experts in a great variety of disciplines bearing upon the ways in which organisms in general, and humans in particular, process information, discover or construct meaning, represent and share their knowledge, interact through the mediation of signs and symbols that change over time, and elaborate diverse cultures and systems of thought. It will offer articles documenting the historical development of semiotics while emphasizing that this variegated epistemological movement is still in the making.