Across All Borders: International Information Flows and Applications: Collected Papers (Hardback)
  • Across All Borders: International Information Flows and Applications: Collected Papers (Hardback)
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Across All Borders: International Information Flows and Applications: Collected Papers (Hardback)

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Hardback 432 Pages / Published: 30/12/1996
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Dosa is an esteemed educator, researcher and consultant who has spent over twenty years in the forefront of information science, furthering the development of information policies and infrastructures worldwide. The papers contained in this volume represent some of her best work, culled from international conferences, projects and consultancies. The area of international information exchange is broad and many-faceted. Dosa combines sensitivity to multicultural issues with a realistic view of the importance of information in development processes. Papers focus on knowledge transfer and indigenous resources, networking, education for information professionals, and the information environment of the trans-national corporation in developing countries. Recommended for all collections supporting library and information science, international business, development, or policy studies.

Publisher: Scarecrow Press
ISBN: 9780810831988
Number of pages: 432
Weight: 644 g
Dimensions: 225 x 144 x 31 mm


MEDIA REVIEWS
The undoubted strength of this collection of papers lies in the interdisciplinary, global, and humanistic approach that informs all of her writing about international information flows. It is refreshing to read work that declines to use the cliched assumptions and religious fervor typical of so much writing on information technology...she has a recurrent concern about building bridges between North and South when considering the role of information in economic, social, and cultural development. Another important thread running through the book is that of communication as a basis of trust and mutuality, and this is where Dosa's own experience and personality emerge most clearly. Important insights stem from Dosa's writing. * College & Research Libraries *
...a very informative book. This scholarly work is highly recommended for all librarians and libraries... * International Leads *
...an important contribution to the literature of the international information field. It provides a means by which students, researchers, and scholars can become familiar with this significant body of work. * Lisca *
[Dosa's] research has been characterized by interdisciplinarity, and the present volume illustrates the breadth of her interests...the volume concludes with name and subject indexes, an important feature of a collection of writings such as this...this volume is well produced...it certainly offers Dosa's writings to information professionals in a convenient and accessible form. * Asian Libraries *
...a fascinating read...it is such a worthwhile collection that it should be available in any professional library. * Library Association Record *

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