Contains more than 317,000 total subject headings and references. That is almost 9,000 more than the 31st edition.
– Includes all subject headings through December 2009.
– LCSH 32 is 6 volumes. The newest volume, Supplementary Vocabularies, includes free-floating subdivisions, genre/form headings, and children’s subject headings.
Includes the full subdivision record.
To remain current, your library needs the new edition of The Red Books. Each edition includes between 6,000-8,000 new subject headings. You cannot afford to be without the latest edition of LCSH.
Library of Congress Subject Headings (LCSH), 32nd edition is the only subject headings list accepted as the worldwide standard. LCSH 32 is the most comprehensive list of subject headings in print in the world. It’s the one tool no librarian should be without. Provides an alphabetical list of all subject headings, cross-references and subdivisions in verified status in the LC subject authority file.
The Standard for Subject Analysis
LCSH 32 provides the most comprehensive list of subject headings in the world. It’s the best way to keep your subject headings current—the key to accurate cataloging and topical searching.
The Standard for Reference
LCSH 32 is indispensable if you want to provide accurate reference information to readers. Authorized forms of headings as well as variant references provide users with all the authoritative access points to make subject searching quick and easy.