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Access to Canadian government publications in Canadian academic and public libraries ePub download

by Edith T Jarvi

  • Author: Edith T Jarvi
  • ISBN: 0888021135
  • ISBN13: 978-0888021137
  • ePub: 1182 kb | FB2: 1393 kb
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Canadian Library Association (1976)
  • Pages: 116
  • Rating: 4.5/5
  • Votes: 221
  • Format: doc lit lrf mobi
Access to Canadian government publications in Canadian academic and public libraries ePub download

Ottawa: Canadian Library Association, 1976. This is a report of a preliminary study. In doing this, the study relates two aspects of government publications aG-tivity: the state of bibliographical control of ·Canadian government publications both national and provincial; and the role.

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Published 1976 by Canadian Library Association in . Written in English. Bibliography, Government publications, Library resources. Bibliography: p. 77-93.

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One public and one academic library were chosen for each city . Subjects – Reference and government documents librarians. An exploratory study of reference services use in a public library was performed through fifty-seven user interviews in an affluent and primarily Anglo community in California. Two subsequent studies were conducted in Hispanic and Vietnamese communities.

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Canadian Perspectives on Wage-Price Guidelines: A Book of Readings. ABSTRACT It is often said that Canadian government works in practice, not in theory. Just How Much Bigger Is Government in Canada?

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