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Also is between bibliographically independent and bibliographically dependent publications differentiated. It is important to be aware of this distinction because the type of publication (namely, whether it is bibliographically independent or dependent) affects how these publications are indexed and researched.

As bibliographically independent all publications are referred to that published separately have not appeared in another publication. Bibliographically independent appear e.g. B. books, magazines, newspapers, video DVDs, sheet music.

As bibliographically dependent all publications are referred to that do not exist separately, but the within a bibliographically independent publication have appeared. Essentially, essays, articles and other publications appear bibliographically dependent within of books, magazines, newspapers, video DVDs, sheet music, etc.

If you Bibliographically dependent works citing or citing in the bibliography / source list, it is necessary that you also state in which the dependent appeared. Thus, the bibliographic description would look like this ("in:" means "appeared in"):

Dates of the bibliographically dependent work, in: Dates of the bibliographically independent work

Example (an essay from a book, namely an article from a lexicon):

Wolz-Gottwald, Eckard: mysticism, in: Prechtl, Peter (ed.); Burkard, Franz-Peter (Ed.): Metzler Lexicon Philosophy, Terms and Definitions, 3rd, expanded and updated edition, Stuttgart, Metzler, 2008, pp. 396 - 397

Only a few Library catalogs also indicate bibliographically dependent works. In this respect, it is necessary that you do not search for the author or title of the essay / article in library catalogs, but that you start with the Dates of the bibliographically independent work looking for.

Imagine that you find the following entry in a bibliography of a scientific publication. You choose to read exactly that:

Wolz-Gottwald, Eckard: mysticism, in: Prechtl, Peter (ed.); Burkard, Franz-Peter (Ed.): Metzler Lexicon Philosophy, Terms and Definitions, 3rd, expanded and updated edition, Stuttgart, Metzler, 2008, pp. 396 - 397

You would find this publication in the online catalog of the UFB Erfurt / Gotha by clicking the bibiographically independent work looking for. Suitable search words are: Prechtl, Peter, Burkard, Franz-Peter, Metzler, Lexicon, Philosophy, Terms, Definitions, Stuttgart.

However, if you were to search for the essay author and the essay title (i.e.: Wolz-Gottwald, Eckard, Mystik), you would not find what you are looking for.