Finding Human Rights in Library and Information Work

Samek, Toni Finding Human Rights in Library and Information Work. Bilgi Dünyası, 2008, vol. 9, n. 2, pp. 527-540. [Journal article (Paginated)]


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English abstract

This discussion paper touches on aspects of the philosophy of librarianship, moral and ethical aspects of librarianship, human rights, social action, social justice, citizen participation in social change, and professional ethics of librarianship.

Turkish abstract

Bu görüş kütüphaneciliğin felsefî yönünü ele almakta, kütüphaneciliğin ahlâki unsurlarına değinmekte ve insan haklarını temel alarak aynı bağlamda sosyal hizmet faaliyetleri, sosyal değişime halk katılımı ve kütüphanecilik meslek etiği üzerinde durmaktadır.

Item type: Journal article (Paginated)
Keywords: Kütüphaneciler, Bilgi hizmetleri, İnsan hakları, Etik değerler, Sosyal adalet, Mesleki etik Librarians, Information, Human rights, Ethical aspects, Social justice, Professional ethics
Subjects: A. Theoretical and general aspects of libraries and information. > AC. Relationship of LIS with other fields .
A. Theoretical and general aspects of libraries and information. > AZ. None of these, but in this section.
Depositing user: Fatih Kumsel
Date deposited: 06 Jan 2009
Last modified: 02 Oct 2014 12:13


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