Library Science

Library science represents the principles and practices of library operation and administration, and their study. Libraries have existed since ancient times, but only in the second half of the 19th century did library science emerge as a separate field of study. With the knowledge explosion in the 20th century, it was gradually subsumed under the more general field of information science.

Books

<a href="/book/work-boundaries-science">Work at the Boundaries of Science</a>
Carole L. Palmer
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<a href="/book/memory-practices-sciences">Memory practices in the sciences</a>
Geoffrey C. Bowker
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<a href="/book/sorting-things-out">Sorting Things Out</a>
Geoffrey C. Bowker, Susan Leigh Star
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<a href="/book/managing-records-evidence-and-information">Managing records as evidence and...</a>
Richard J. Cox
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