A treatise on a particular subject, such as a biographical study or a study of the works of one writer. A highly detailed and thoroughly documented scholarly study or report written about a particular subject or limited field of inquiry. See also NON-FICTION UNIVERSITY PRESS
Offers detailed coverage of a single topic in a narrative sequence and is intended to be complete in itself. Most books in the library's general collection are monographs. Though never as up-to-date as periodicals, books can provide more comprehensive coverage of a subject. Periodical: A publication that appears on a continuous and predictable schedule. Magazines and journals are examples.
In AACR2, a monograph is defined as a nonserial item, either complete in one volume or intended to be completed in a finite number of successive parts, issued at regular or irregular intervals, which can be either a single work or a collection of works.
a book, usually a relatively short book on a single subject, as opposed to a textbook or reference tool. In technical terms, a monograph is any publication which is published in one part, as opposed to a periodical.
A scholarly book on a single subject, class of subjects, or person. A more specific definition is a lengthy work on a particular subject or person, detailed in treatment and often containing bibliographies.
a complete bibliographic unit; it may be issued in successive parts at regular or irregular intervals, but it is not intended to continue indefinitely. It may be a single work or a collection that is not a serial. (C&C)
A once off publication complete in one part or set usually on a defined single topic. For example a book or pamphlet. Moving Wall: A term used with electronic journals to represent the time period between the last issue available online and the most recently published issue of a journal. A “moving wall” of three years therefore means current issues are not available online but any issues older than three years will be.
An item complete in one part, i.e. a nonserial item, or one which is complete, or is intended to be completed, in a finite number of separate parts (a set). Usually refers to a printed item (a book), or a photographic reproduction of a printed item (photocopy, microform, etc.). Includes any item not treated as a serial.
A monograph is a scholarly book or a treatise on a single subject or a group of related subjects, usually written by one person. It is a one-time publication that is complete in itself. It may refer to a detailed, well-documented work on a limited subject or a person.
A published research report about a dietary supplement or class of dietary supplement that includes information regarding category, pharmacology, precautions, side effects, patient consultation, and general dosing information.