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진보사서 ‘조이아 혼’과 그녀의 도서관 자유 사상

Progressive Librarian 'Zoia M. Horn' and Her Library Freedom Ideologies

한국도서관·정보학회지 / Journal of Korean Library and Information Science Society, (P)2466-2542;
2016, v.47 no.4, pp.43-68
https://doi.org/10.16981/kliss.47.4.201612.43
김선호 (대구대학교)
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Abstract

Uncovering ideological trends and varieties embedded in contemporary progressive librarianship, the depth and breath of the librarians’ thoughts should be more expandable than before. That is the purpose of the study. To accomplish the purpose, this study analyzed key ideologies of American progressive librarian Zoia M. Horn(1918-2014) as reviewing carefully her biography with the inductive approach for qualitative data analysis. As a result, author suggests that the core values of Z.M. Horn’s library freedom ideologies have identified as equality, intellectual freedom, and pacifism. In addition, the ingredients of these core ideologies also were identified.

keywords
Library ideology, Zoia M. Horn, Library freedom, Progressive librarian, Equality, Intellectual freedom, Pacifism, 도서관 사상, 조이아 혼, 진보사서, 도서관 자유, 평등, 지적자유, 인류평화

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