4 edition of Women & the values of American librarianship found in the catalog.
Women & the values of American librarianship
Includes bibliographical references (p. 65-78) and index.
|Other titles||Women and the values of American librarianship.|
|Statement||Sydney Chambers & Carolynne Myall.|
|Series||Woman in history series,, v. 54, Woman in history ;, 54.|
|Contributions||Myall, Carolynne, 1949-|
|LC Classifications||Z682.35.P75 C43 1994|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||v, 86 p. :|
|Number of Pages||86|
|LC Control Number||93038311|
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ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: v, 86 pages: illustrations ; 21 cm. Contents: Women's values: an emerging view of a different voice --Maternal-style creators of U.S. library service --Library functions which reflect women's values: the present --The possible futures of librarianship, or, take the toys away from the boys: and give them to.
Women & the Values of American Librarianship (Woman in History) [Sydney Chambers, Carolynne Myall] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. A history of the progress of libraries, and their role in society meeting the demands and needs of all people. 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.
It will provide practicing librarians with much food for thoughtCited by: 1. Librarianship and human rights in the U.S. are linked by the philosophy and practice of library and information professionals supporting the rights enumerated in the Universal Declaration of Human Rights (UDHR), particularly the established rights to information, knowledge and free expression.
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LIBRARIANSHIP-work with young people in school and pub- lic libraries-has always been a female-intensive specialization. The or- ganization of youth services librarians within the American Library. Asso. the five Black women librarians we focus on in this chapter were also writers of plays, poems, essays, children’s literature, or novels.
At the same time, we would be remiss if we did not problematize and interrogate the master narrative that librarianship is a performance of white, middle-class values. That narrative. Tackling Librarian Values Submitted by bjs on Thu, AM When the 10th anniversary of the adoption of the American Library Association’s (ALA) “ Core Values of Librarianship ” came and went without any scholarly or professional attention, University of Windsor librarians Selinda A.
Berg and Heidi LM Jacobs, decided to look. Organized by region, the book addresses the widely recognized, international impact of Anglo-American librarianship and its continuing influence over the past century, combining critical analysis with chronological histories of modern librarianship in Europe, North America, Australia/New Zealand, and Africa.
Women in American History A Social, Political, and Cultural Encyclopedia and Document Collection. by Peg A. Lamphier and Rosanne Welch, Editors. In the 21st century, women—regardless of class or race—continue to be vastly.
The Committee on the Status of Women in Librarianship (COSWL) of the American Library Association, founded inrepresents the diversity of women's interest within ALA and ensures that the Association considers the rights of the majority (women) in the library field, and promotes and initiates the collection, analysis, dissemination, and.
Throughout history, women have made meaningful contributions in the field of librarianship. However, little research has been done on the contributions of African-American women; one being Augusta Baker, former New York Public Library (NYPL) children’s librarian and.
The American Library Association (ALA) is the oldest and largest library association in the world. Founded on October 6, during the Centennial Exposition in Philadelphia, the mission of ALA is “to provide leadership for the development, promotion and improvement of library and information services and the profession of librarianship in order to enhance learning and.
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.
Phenix, Katharine, and Kathleen de la Pena McCook for the Committee on the Status of Women in Librarianship, American Library Association. On Account of Sex: An Annotated Bibliography on the Status of Women in Librarianship, Chicago: American Library Association, Phillips, Jason D., and Amanda N.
Price. Organized by region, the book addresses the widely recognized, international impact of Anglo-American librarianship and its continuing influence over the past century, combining critical analysis with chronological histories of modern librarianship in Europe, North America, Australia/New Zealand, and : Pamela Spence Richards.
This section will mainly discuss professional values, but we will touch on several general, personal, and even rival values throughout the course of this book. Defining professional values [ edit ] Inthe ALA formed a task force to "to clarify the core values (credo) of the profession".Previous Chapter: Next Chapter.
It is no accident that librarianship is dominated by white women. 19 Not only were white woman assumed to have the innate characteristics necessary to be It is so saturated within librarianship that people like Nancy Kalikow Maxwell can write a book “Core Values of Librarianship of the American Library Association.”Accessed December.
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This solid anthology makes a fine start at the effort in its title, ^IReclaiming the American Library Past: Writing the Women In^R. Like most good beginnings, it succeeds first by clarifying the status of the field and then by raising questions for subsequent scholars to ponder and pursue.
-^IHistory of Education Quarterly ^RThe essays in this book contribute along .This book examines the professional and political ideology that informed and sustained the Public LIbrary Inquiry. The volumes of the Inquiry, while representing the results of research on the status of the public library and librarianship, also reveal a remarkably consistent ideological position that united them in a way perhaps unintended by Author: Douglas Raber.This book treats academic librarianship as a professional culture, and traces its historical development in relation to the transformation of American higher education from the early 19th Century into the age of the university.
It also gives a broad understanding of the status and role of today's academic librarian.