The subject heading ethics is extremely broad in scope and generally needs to be narrowed to find works that address issues of religion and ethics. Some narrower subject headings include:
All three subject headings can be further specified geographically or by using other subject headings and subheadings. For instance:
The heading Christian ethics can be limited according to denomination in the following way:
Some other headings that specifically address religion and ethics are:
They can be further specified using other subject headings and subheadings in the following way:
Subject headings such as,
can be limited to find works specifically dealing with their religious aspects. For instance:
This principle applies to many other subject headings. For instance:
Some other subject headings that may be useful in finding works on religion and ethics are as follows:
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Once you've found a work doing a Keyword search that corresponds to your topic, click on the record and look at the Subject Headings; you may see the appropriate subject heading listed, and then you can click on that subject heading to find other works on that topic.