LIS 691 "Conflict & Controversy in the Public Library."

Bibliography

Note: This is a bibliography of the books and articles the instructor has founduseful in constructing the course. It is not exhaustive, and while it is meant to help you in preparing papers and presentations, it doesn’t eliminate the need for you to do your own research!

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Dilveko, Juris and Roma M. Harris. "Information Technology and Social Relations: Portrayals of Gender Roles in High Tech Product Advertisements." Journal of the American Society for Information Science 48.8, 1997.

Dilvelko, Juris. As The Library Turns: Women, Technology and Advertisements in the Wired World. Doctoral Dissertation. Faculty of Information and Media Studies, University of Western Ontario, 1998.

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Kranich, Nancy. "The Selling of Cyberspace: Can Libraries Protect Public Access?" Library Journal, Nov. 15, 1993. 34-37.

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Lyman, Peter. "What is a Digital library? Technology, Intellectual Property, and the Public Interest." Daedelus 125.4 (1996) 1-32.

Lynch, Clifford, "The Role of Libraries in Access to Networked Information: Cautionary Tales from the Era of Broadcasting," In Emerging Communities: Integrating Networked Information into Library Services, ed. A. Bishop (Urbana: University of Illinois, 94) 120-133.

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