Browse Student Publications and Research - Information Sciences by Contributor "Tilley, Carol L."
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"Friends and foes on the battlefield": a study of Chinese and U.S. youth literature about the Sino-Japanese War (1937-1945) (2011-08-26)In order to understand how postwar generations’ understanding of the history of World War II has been shaped by the information sources made available to them, this dissertation examines the representation of the Sino-Japanese ...
Intellectual freedom and the politics of reading: libraries as sites of conservative activism, 1990-2010 (2012-05-22)During the 1990s and 2000s, conservative activists not only appropriated libraries as battlegrounds for causes like antigay activism, but also incorporated libraries and librarianship into the issue base of the pro family ...
Resource Description and Access (RDA) handbook for facilitating the understanding of RDA rules by librarians and catalogers in English Speaking countries in sub-Saharan Africa (2014-07-30)The organization of library resources to meet the information seeking needs of users, such as find, identify, select and obtain the needed information resources within a limited time by the patrons, is the prime goal of ...
Seriously, what are they reading? An analysis of Korean children's reading behavior regarding Educational Graphic Novels (2012-05-22)This dissertation is a qualitative study that analyzes diverse views on the popularity of Educational Graphic Novels (EGNs) in Korea and children’s use of this medium. In order to elicit voices of children who are the main ...