Düşünce Özgürlüğü, Bilgi Edinme Özgürlüğü ve Bilgi Hizmetleri

Tonta, Yaşar and Çelik, Ahmet . Düşünce Özgürlüğü, Bilgi Edinme Özgürlüğü ve Bilgi Hizmetleri., 1996 In: Bilgi Edinme Özgürlüğü. Türk Kütüphaneciler Derneği Ankara Şubesi, pp. 1-13. [Book chapter]

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English abstract

This paper deals with the relationship between freedom of expression and freedom of information, and summarizes the basic concepts with regards to freedom of information such as access to government information, privacy, access to electronic information, and intellectual property rights. It stresses the relationship between freedom of information and libraries along with the role of libraries in promoting freedom of information.

Turkish abstract

Bu yazıda düşünce özgürlüğü ile bilgi edinme özgürlüğü arasındaki ilişkiye değinildikten sonra, bilgi edinme özgürlüğüyle ilgili belli başlı konular (devlet bilgilerine erişim, gizlilik, elektronik bilgilere erişim, mülkiyet vd.) kısaca özetlenmektedir. Yazının sonunda bilgi edinme özgürlüğü ile kütüphaneler arasındaki ilişki üzerinde de durularak, kütüphanelerin bilgi edinme özgürlüğünün sağlanmasındaki rolü vurgulanmaktadır.

Item type: Book chapter
Keywords: Freedom of expression, freedom of information, role of libraries; düşünce özgürlüğü, bilgi edinme özgürlüğü, gizlilik
Subjects: A. Theoretical and general aspects of libraries and information. > AB. Information theory and library theory.
Depositing user: yaşar tonta
Date deposited: 29 Nov 2010
Last modified: 14 Dec 2012 22:22
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10760/14748

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