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  • Author:
    Sharon Lin
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    0313289379
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    978-0313289378
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    Greenwood (August 27, 1998)
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    272 pages
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Sharon Chien Lin1 de janeiro de 1998. Greenwood Publishing Group. This book discusses the development of library and information services in China and the effect of the nation's political and social conditions on that develpment

Sharon Chien Lin1 de janeiro de 1998. This book discusses the development of library and information services in China and the effect of the nation's political and social conditions on that develpment. The remarkable consequences of the ideological change after the Communist takeover are described in a concise manner, but the focus of this book is the massive modernization movement that has taken place since 1978.

Home Browse Books Book details, Libraries and Librarianship in China. The road traveled by Chinese libraries and librarianship has been long and sometimes arduous. Libraries and Librarianship in China. By Sharon Chien Lin. No cover image. the earliest form of libraries was imperial archives and depositories; later ones were book storage of more general writings. in recent years, full-fledged libraries of all types, controlled and supported by all levels of government, have been open to the general public. And, finally, libraries are now offering a broad range of technology-based information services.

This book discusses the development of library and information services in China and the effect of the nation's political and .

This book discusses the development of library and information services in China and the effect of the nation's political and social conditions on that develpment.

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Located in the Binhai Cultural District In Tianjin, the five-story library, which was designed by. .

Sharon Shiang Chien Lin, Chinese librarian.

Lin, Sharon Chien (1998), Libraries and Librarianship in China, – via Questia (subscription required) . Lin, Sharon Chien (1985), (subscription required), "Historical Development of Library Education in China", The Journal of Library History, 20 (4): 368–86, JSTOR 25541653.

Lin, Sharon Chien (1998), Libraries and Librarianship in China, – via Questia (subscription required), Westport (CT) and London: Greenwood Press, ISBN 0-313-28937-9. Zhou, Mi; Weitz, Ankeney (2002), Zhou Mi's Record of Clouds and Mist Passing Before One's Eyes: An Annotated Translation, Leiden: Brill, ISBN 9789004126053.

Libraries and Librarianship in China. Westport, CT: Greenwood Press 1998. 241 pp, ISBN: 0313289379 (price not reported) hard Guides to Asian Librarianship. Published: 1 September 1999. Asian Libraries, Volume 8, pp 362-363; doi:10.

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This book discusses the development of library and information services in China and the effect of the nation's political and social conditions on that develpment. The author briefly reviews the history of Chinese libraries and librarianship, then describes Chinese library services in the first half of the 20th century. The remarkable consequences of the ideological change after the Communist takeover are described in a concise manner, but the focus of this book is the massive modernization movement that has taken place since 1978.

This unique book has been prepared based on data collected directly from Chinese professional journals. In addition, it provides unusual detailed information from sources obtained during the author's extensive official visits to libraries and library schools in China. For the first time, these details are now easily accessible in one comprehensive volume.