The Foundations of Education for Librarianship
Communication and the individual; Society and culture; Communication, culture, and the library; An epistemological foundation for library science; The role of the library in the social process; The role of the library in the dissemination of information; What the librarian needs to know; The search for a format; Winds of change; The academic setting; The professional program; The doctoral program and research; The faculty; Administration.
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The Development of the Role The Nature of Culture
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