2 edition of Professional ethics and neutrality in librarianship. found in the catalog.
Professional ethics and neutrality in librarianship.
Written in English
Thesis (M.A.) - Course project inthe Department of Information and Library Studies, Loughborough University of Technology, 1994.
Starting with basic terminologies and ethical thoughts by many thinkers from India and abroad, the book discusses the basic tenets of professionals and professionalism, moral development theories and ethical theories, ethics in engineering, engineer's responsibility for safety, responsibilities and rights of individuals and professionals, many global ethical issues Reviews: Students will develop knowledge of the professional, ethical, and legal aspects of clinical psychology practice. This will include coverage of the APS Code of Ethics and as well as other relevant current legislation from Australian Health Practitioner Registration Agency (AHPRA).
Home › Blog Topics › Net Neutrality: Why School Librarians Should Care. Net Neutrality: Why School Librarians Should Care By Helen Adams on 07/27/ • (0). On J , the American Library Association (ALA) and nearly other organizations participated in Day of Action, a protest to save Net Neutrality. What is Net Neutrality? ethics vary greatly across countries and law enforcement agencies. Some authors establish a distinction between codes of ethics and codes of conduct, but these terms are often used interchangeably in the literature. Codes of ethics exemplify the fundamental values and principles of an institution through general statements of principles.
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Professional values are inherent in librarianship and include recognizing the importance of service and stewardship; maintaining philosophical values that reflect wisdom, truth, and neutrality; preserving democratic values; and being passionate about reading and us Chapter: Next Chapter.
ALA's Code of Ethics is the responsibility of the Committee on Professional Ethics (COPE). The Code of Ethics is the document that translates the values of intellectual freedom that define the profession of librarianship into broad principles that may be used by individual members of that profession as well as by others employed in a library as.
Questioning Library Neutrality: Essays from Progressive Librarian presents essays that relate to neutrality in librarianship in a philosophical or practical sense, and sometimes both.
They are a selection of essays originally published in Progressive Librarian, the journal of the Progressive Librarians Guild, presented in the chronological. Three attributes of a profession:In a talk on the ethics of librarianship, library educator and author Helen Haines described three attributes of a profession: It must have a discipline (a system of training)An ethic (a formulation of rules of conduct, or moral obligation)And a vision (the outcome or essence of.
“Neutrality denies our authority and ability to share information with context or history.” InBritish librarian Douglas John Foskett wrote a paper titled The Creed of a Librarian: No Politics, No Religion, No Morals, in which he argued that “the librarian ought virtually vanish as an individual person, except in so far as his personality shed Professional ethics and neutrality in librarianship.
book on the working of the library.”. () Introduction. A common discourse taught in library school is the importance of the librarian as an objective and neutral professional. As a public service, librarians must serve the entire public equally regardless of moral values and political views, and as librarians our primary role is that of a mediator in the public’s access to information and.
In the United States, the Library and Information Science (LIS) profession is host to a long-standing division between supporters of social responsibility and of library neutrality. This essay offers a virtue ethics approach as a framework to accommodate both values.
Successful accommodation of both would promote greater professional coherence. Neutrality risks collusion, some argue. Others suggest that neutrality rarely supports the most vulnerable. It may be seen as the "easy way out", dodging difficult questions and exposing a lack of moral courage.
In healthcare, divergent opinions and the role, or otherwise, of neutrality. Questioning Library Neutrality Essays From Progressive Librarian (Book): Questioning Library Neutrality: Essays from Progressive Librarian presents essays that relate to neutrality in librarianship in a philosophical or practical sense, and sometimes both.
They are a selection of essays originally published in Progressive Librarian, the journal of the Progressive Librarians. Recently, a librarian posted an image to the Storytime Underground Facebook page sharing the Black Lives Matter (BLM) book display she created in her teen space, partly inspired by a BLM list created by a Hennepin County (MN) librarian.
Several librarians commended the effort and posted about similar displays. One commenter asked whether. New fields of ethical reflection -- computer ethics, environmental ethics, communication ethics, genethics - are emerging to deal with the world that science and technology have created.
professional ethics of doing science and technology, and the ethical and political issues raised by science and technology in an increasingly complex and.
This chapter focuses on the importance of neutral partisanship among lawyers, and why it is vital for a sound legal system. Two main arguments are presented to prove the important value of neutral partisanship for the good of society.
The first argument states that neutral partisanship is important for some institutions such as the liberal government. Implicit in these principles is a core of professional ethics, allowing librarians to make effective, informed choices in matters affecting the library, its patrons and staff.
Many of the ethical dilemmas facing the profession are covered here through a series of case studies. The focus is on librarians' relationships with patrons, colleagues.
In recent years, library professionals have been struggling with the idea of neutrality, debating whether it is even possible to achieve and, if so, whether it is desirable.
This study examined public librarians’ definitions of “neutrality” and asked questions about how this “neutrality” affects their work in libraries.
Books. Search the world's most comprehensive index of full-text books. My library. 56 Neutrality and Its Discontents: An Essay on the Ethics of Librarianship concept of neutrality as a fundamental flaw in the traditional ethos of librarianship have become increasingly common in the mainstream discourse of the profession.
Ethics and regulation have become catchwords of the late s, yet relatively little has been written about the ethical discourse and regulation of the legal professions in England and Wales. This book represents the first attempt to subject the ethical discourse of the English legal professions to in-depth analysis and sustained critique.
Questioning Library Neutrality: Essays from Progressive Librarianpresents essays that relate to neutrality in librarianship in a philosophical or practical sense, and sometimes are a selection of essays originally published in Progressive Librarian, the journal of the Progressive Librarians Guild, presented in the chronological order of their appearance there.
Professional ethics is part of the broad field of applied ethics and assesses the moral dimension of human activity in occupations that have professional status.
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Questioning Library Neutrality: Essays from Progressive Librarian Editor: Alison Lewis Price: $ Published: April ISBN: Printed on acid-free paper Questioning Library Neutrality: Essays from Progressive Librarian presents essays that relate to neutrality in librarianship in a philosophical or practical sense, and sometimes both.
They. The Good Life of Teaching extends the recent revival of virtue ethics to professional ethics and the philosophy of teaching. It connects long-standing philosophical questions about work and human growth to questions .