Library Literature  18: The Best of 1987

Library Literature 18: The Best of 1987

By: Bill Katz (author)Hardback

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Among this year's best are articles by Leigh S. Estabrook ("Librarianship and Information Resources Management: Some Questions and Contradictions"), Ted Solotaroff ("The Literary-Industrial Complex"), Margaret F. Stieg ("The Nazi Public Library and the Young Adult"), and Kay Vandergrift, Marlyn Kemper, Sandra Champion, and Jane Anne Hannigan ("CD-Rom: Perspectives on an Emerging Technology"). Southwest Review, The Mid-western Archivist, AB Bookman's Weekly, The Boston Review, and New Republic are represented alongside the library press, both new and old.

About Author

Bill Katz (Ph.D., Chicago), a professor at the School of Information Science & Policy, SUNY at Albany, has edited RQ and Journal of Education for Librarianship, The Reference Librarian and a magazine column for LJ. He has published Magazine Selection, Magazines for Libraries, Guide to Magazine and Serial Agents, and Reference and Information Services: A Reader for Today (Scarecrow, 1986).

Product Details

  • ISBN13: 9780810821637
  • Format: Hardback
  • Number Of Pages: 385
  • ID: 9780810821637
  • weight: 590
  • ISBN10: 081082163X

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