2 edition of portrait of librarianship in developing societies found in the catalog.
portrait of librarianship in developing societies
A. A. Briquet de Lemos
1981 by University of IllinoisGraduate School of Library and Information Science .
Written in English
|Statement||by A.A. Briquet de Lemos.|
|Series||University of Illinois Graduate School of Library and Information Science occasional papers no. 148|
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Not all works published about librarianship in developing countries are irrelevant; rather, their contribution to a better understanding of the role of libraries in developing societies has not yet been assessed, nor has identifi-cation of the causes and factors influencing overall library development to.
Get this from a library. A portrait of librarianship in developing societies. [Antônio Agenor Briquet de Lemos; University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.
Graduate School of Library and Information Science.]. A Brazilian librarian with international experience reviews a cross-section of the literature on libraries and librarianship in developing countries as reported by observers from developed countries, deploring tendencies to make comparisons which imply value judgements, use models which reflect the experience of industrialized societies, display cultural biases, and extrapolate limited Author: Briquet de Lemos, A Antonio.
A portrait of librarianship in developing societies: Author(s): de Lemos, Antonio Agenor Briquet: Contributor(s): University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.
Graduate School of Library and Information Science: Subject(s): Libraries LIbrary education -- Developing areas: Geographic Coverage: Developing countries. Issue Date: Publisher. Librarianship is the domain of the professional librarian.
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