4 edition of The ethics of librarianship found in the catalog.
The ethics of librarianship
Includes bibliographical references.
|Statement||edited by Robert W. Vaagan ; with an introduction by Alex Byrne.|
|Series||IFLA publications,, 101|
|Contributions||Vaagan, Robert W., International Federation of Library Associations and Institutions.|
|LC Classifications||Z682.35.P75 E76 2002|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||344 p. :|
|Number of Pages||344|
|LC Control Number||2003437710|
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Hauptman's "Ethics and Librarianship" is a landmark book about the issue of ethics and libraries in our society. It covers every major ethical problem posed to librarians today and offers insightful and good-common-sense approaches to these dilemmas.
I have used this book for a paper on ethics and virtual reference by: In his book, The ethics of librarianship book and Values in Librarianship: A History, Wallace Koehler provides a thoughtful overview of library philosophy and history, focusing on our ethical perspectives[The book] is a dense and thought-provoking work that's full of historical insight and perspective.
It will provide practicing librarians with much food for thoughtCited by: 1. Ethics and librarianship User Review - Not Available - Book Verdict. This attempt at "an updated and comprehensive overview of the ethics of librarianship" finds much of common library practice unethical.
After reading it, one wonders if it is possible to be an ethical Read full review. OCLC and the Ethics of Librarianship: Using a Critical Lens to Recast a Key Resource Maurine McCourry* Introduction Since its founding inOCLC has been a catalyst for dramatic change in the way that libraries organize and share resources.
The organization’s structure has been self-described as a cooperative throughout its his. In his book, Ethics and Values in Librarianship: A History, Wallace Koehler provides a thoughtful overview of library philosophy and history, focusing on our ethical perspectives The book] is a dense and thought-provoking work that's full of historical insight and : Wallace Koehler.
The Ethics of Librarianship: An International Survey Robert W. Vaagan (Ed.) VI, p. ISBN Publisher's link: The Ethics of Librarianship: An International Survey. Publications, FAIFE (Committee on Freedom of Access to Information and Freedom of Expression), Access to information, Transparency, Code of Ethics.
Ethics of Librarianship: The ethics of librarianship book word ‘Ethics’ is derived from ‘Ethos’- a Greek word. It means custom or character. Ethics is a science of morals. It is that branch of philosophy which is concerned with human character and conduct.
A Hand book on English Literature. The ethics of librarianship book It promotes the view that as information managers, librarians must join with other professionals to renew a commitment to and interest in ethics.
The book deals with such topics as ethics in general, the control of ideas, building collections, acquisitions and cataloging, The ethics of librarianship book services, the reference function, special libraries, research and. The Code of Ethics is the document The ethics of librarianship book translates the values of intellectual freedom that define the profession of librarianship into broad principles that may be used by individual members of that profession as well as by others employed in a library as a framework for.
Ethics and Librarianship by Robert Hauptman in DJVU, EPUB, RTF download e-book. Welcome to our site, dear reader. All content included on our site, such as text, images, digital downloads and other, is the property of it's content suppliers and protected by US The ethics of librarianship book international copyright laws%().
Editorial Objectives. The Advances in Librarianship Series The ethics of librarianship book to publish in-depth chapters in all areas of library and information science and in all types of settings in which information is developed, accessed, preserved, and delivered.
It aims to provide critical analyses of issues which are current and timely in a rapidly changing information world. Ethics and Librarianship does none of that. [End Page ] Still, the book would be an interesting sociological study if only half of Hauptman's claims (most, including The ethics of librarianship book samples, are uncited) were true: "For example, everyone takes pencils home from work or embezzles a few pennies now and again or picks up a television or small.
•“In Ethics after Poststructuralism, Levinas, Derrida, Foucault, and other prominent thinkers reflect upon the most urgent ethical questions in continental philosophy, after editors have done an impressive job of assembling and juxtaposing key texts in order to generate further dialogue and debate.
This book offers a readable introduction to poststructural theory. In his book, Ethics and Values in Librarianship: A History, Wallace Koehler provides a thoughtful overview of library philosophy and history, focusing on our ethical perspectives The book] is a dense and thought-provoking work that's full of historical insight and perspective.
Emily J. Knox is an assistant professor in the School of Information Sciences at the University of Illinois at research interests include information access, intellectual freedom and censorship, information ethics, information policy, and the intersection of.
Get this from a library. Ethics and librarianship. [Robert Hauptman] -- Providing an overview of library ethics, this book addresses the role of ethics and its relationship to the control of ideas, collection management, acquisitions and cataloging, access, reference.
ACRL Code of Ethics for Special Collections Librarians. NOTE: “Standards for Ethical Conduct for Rare Book, Manuscript, and Special Collections Librarians” first appeared in and was designed to amplify and supplement the ALA Code of Ethics.
A second edition of. The Values of librarianship Values are essential to the success and future of librarianship: they highlight what is "important and worthy in the long run," and help to define our profession.
In a literature review on professional values in LIS, Lee Finks argues that these values fall into four categories:Previous Chapter: Next Chapter.
codes of ethics of library professional associations SHACHAF, P (). "A global perspective on library association codes of ethics". Library & information science research (), 27 (4), p. Ethics and Values in Librarianship: A History addresses the processes of development of library and information sciences, largely but not exclusively in a western context.
It focuses on the field’s ethics and : Rowman & Littlefield Publishers. The evolution of ethical standards for librarians parallels the development of librarianship as a profession.
Our most important professional values have been tested and debated in the course of formulating and adopting our codes of ethics. This book includes historical precedents and current examples of ethical issues facing the profession.
It looks broadly at the many arenas in which 5/5(1). This Code of Ethics for Librarians,is the discipline of governing ourselves as librarians, professional librarianship. It should be noted that all library cooperation should be carried, in the first instance, on the basis development of services within the individual Size: 2MB.
The study of ethics, essential for effective acquisitions librarians and collection managers, is largely missing from standard library science curriculum. New library professionals must learn about ethics in librarianship on the job, supplemented by reading, attending conferences, and participating in webinars.
Guide to Ethics in Acquisitions provides an historical perspective. History. The term information ethics was first coined by Robert Hauptman and used in the book Ethical challenges in field of information ethics has a relatively short but progressive history having been recognized in the United States for nearly 20 years.
The origins of the field are in librarianship though it has now expanded to the consideration of ethical issues in other. "This thought provoking book grew out of an introductory course Preer has taught for many years on the foundations of librarianship." —American Libraries "This title is not merely a practical how-to guide, but is an in-depth study of the evolution of library ethics and the ongoing ethical problems confronting the profession.
Three attributes of a profession:In a talk on the ethics of librarianship, library educator and author Helen Haines described three attributes of a profession: It must have a discipline (a system of training)An ethic (a formulation of rules of conduct, or moral obligation)And a vision (the outcome or essence of.
Ethics and Values in Librarianship: A History addresses the processes of development of library and information sciences, largely but not exclusively in a western context.
It focuses on the field's ethics and values. Here, Wallace Koehler, a leading researcher in the area of information ethics, debunks the prevailing notion that library and information science concepts and ethics have and. x cm pages 2 Fig.
2 Tables DE GRUYTER SAUR Language: English Type of Publication: Collection Keyword(s). Inthe American Library Association adopted a Code of Ethics to “maintain ethical standards of behavior in relation to the governing authority under which they [the librarians] work, to the library constituency, to the library as an institution and to fellow workers on the staff, to other members of the library profession, and to.
Books shelved as librarianship: This Book Is Overdue!: How Librarians and Cybrarians Can Save Us All by Marilyn Johnson, The Organization of Information. Find many great new & used options and get the best deals for IFLA Publications: The Ethics of Librarianship: An International Survey (, Hardcover) at the best online prices at eBay.
Free shipping for many products. Librarianship is the domain of the professional librarian. It merges the disciplines of Library Science, Information Science, Information Management, and Knowledge Management. Books are for all; or Every reader his book.
Every book its reader. Save the time of the reader. A library is a growing organism. My core values are those echoed in the ALA code of ethics and the ALA principles of librarianship: Service; Social Justice; Access; Democracy; Intellectual Freedom; Lifelong learning and pursuit of knowledge.
AbstractThis article explores the recent controversy over the American Library Association’s poster for Banned Books Week. In particular, this article connects the controversy to broader historical issues and tensions within American librarianship concerning social responsibilities.
The researchers used a qualitative approach, conducting telephone interviews with 26 : Emily J. Knox, Shannon M. Oltmann. In his book, Ethics and Values in Librarianship: A History, Wallace Koehler provides a thoughtful overview of library philosophy and history, focusing on our ethical perspectives[The book] is a dense and thought-provoking work that's full of historical insight and perspective.
The values of academia are also the values of librarianship more broadly, at least in public libraries. Librarians might not keep someone from reading a book they disagree with, but it doesn’t mean they can’t criticize the ideas it contains.
A dedication to intellectual freedom is a. The evolution of ethical standards for librarians parallels the development of librarianship as a profession. Our most important professional values have been tested and debated in the course of formulating and adopting our codes of ethics.
This book includes historical precedents and current examples of ethical issues facing the profession.5/5(1). In Ethics and Values in Librarianship: A History, Wallace Koehler digs into more areas where shared values have evolved, sometimes over centuries and often across cultures.
Koehler takes a thematic approach, covering stewardship, classification, librarian qualifications, freedom of expression, and libraries and democracy. Ethics and Librarianship Hauptman, Robert () Related Items in Google Scholar ©— Bioethics Research Library Box Washington DC Search DigitalGeorgetown.
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References 1 Robert Hauptman, Ethical challenges in librarianship (Phoenix, AZ: Oryx Press, ). 2 Rafael Pdf, “Informationsethos und Informationsethik. Gedanken zumVerantwortungsvollen Handeln im Bereich der Fachinformation [Information ethos and information ethics.
Ideas to take responsible action in the field of information”, Nachrichten für Dokumentation, vol. 39, no. 1- 4.The duty of a librarian towards the book is two-fold such as preservation of the book and putting it download pdf maximum use.
The First Law of Library Science is ‘Books are for use and the Third Law is ‘Every book its readers’. So librarian is called a match-maker of the beautiful bride-the book, and the anxious bride-groom-the reader. Reviews three books that deal ebook the mission, values, and ethics of the library profession, focusing on the theme of the necessity for continuing discussion and rethinking about librarianship’s values and mission in the new, ‘Information Age’.Cited by: 6.