Encyclopedia of Library and Information Science: Volume 13 - Inventories of Books to Korea: Libraries in the Republic of

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CRC Press, Jan 1, 1975 - Language Arts & Disciplines - 512 pages
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"The Encyclopedia of Library and Information Science provides an outstanding resource in 33 published volumes with 2 helpful indexes. This thorough reference set--written by 1300 eminent, international experts--offers librarians, information/computer scientists, bibliographers, documentalists, systems analysts, and students, convenient access to the techniques and tools of both library and information science. Impeccably researched, cross referenced, alphabetized by subject, and generously illustrated, the Encyclopedia of Library and Information Science integrates the essential theoretical and practical information accumulating in this rapidly growing field."
 

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Contents

Section 1
1
Section 2
27
Section 3
31
Section 4
32
Section 5
33
Section 6
37
Section 7
39
Section 8
40
Section 15
92
Section 16
96
Section 17
101
Section 18
215
Section 19
216
Section 20
262
Section 21
286
Section 22
287

Section 9
50
Section 10
64
Section 11
83
Section 12
84
Section 13
87
Section 14
91
Section 23
297
Section 24
402
Section 25
443
Section 26
463
Section 27
476
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About the author (1975)

Allen Kent is the pen name of Kent A. Farnsworth to distinguish his novels from his academic writing. Kent was born in Walter Reed Hospital in Washington DC, but has lived west of the Mississippi since his family moved to California when he was less than a year old. Four years of his life were spent in Iran and England, and he has traveled extensively in Europe, the Middle East and Southeast Asia - experiences that are reflected in both his fiction and non-fiction work. His career experiences include five years as a pilot in the U.S. Air Force, employment with one of the nation's leading semi-conductor industries, presidency of a community college, and a university professorship. In addition to his writing, he now works as a consultant/coach for a number of colleges across the United States. He and his wife Holly are avid travelers, gardeners, and conservationists, and live in an eco-friendly home in rural southwest Missouri.

Daily is Professor Emeritus of Library and Information Science at the University of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.

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