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Critical theory for library and information science : exploring the social from across the disciplines / edited by Gloria J. Leckie, Lisa M. Given, and John E. Buschman.

Contributor(s): Leckie, Gloria J [editor.] | Given, Lisa M [editor.] | Buschman, John [editor.].
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookCopyright date: Santa Barbara, California : Libraries Unlimited, ©2010Description: xxii, 326 pages ; 26 cm.Content type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 9781591589389 (acidfree paper); 9781591589402 (ebook).Subject(s): Library science -- Sociological aspects | Library science -- Philosophy | Information science -- Sociological aspects | Information science -- Philosophy | Critical theoryDDC classification: 020.1
Contents:
Michel Aglietta and regulation theory / Siobhan Stevenson -- Roland Barthes : on semiology and taxonomy / Hans Dam Christensen -- Roy Bhaskar's critical realism / John M. Budd -- Social capital, symbolic violence, and fields of cultural production: Pierre Bourdieu and library and information science / Lisa Hussey -- Beyond a signpost for resistance: the promise of Michel de Certeau's practices of everyday life for LIS scholarship / Paulette Rothbauer -- Michel Foucault: discourse, power/knowledge, and the battle for truth / Michael Olsson -- Psychoanalysis as critique in the works of Freud, Lacan, and Deleuze and Guattari / Ronald E. Day and Andrew J. Lau -- Transformative library pedagogy and community-based libraries: a Freirean perspective / Martina Riedler and Mustafa Yunus Eryaman -- Anthony Giddens' influence on library and information science / Howard Rosenbaum -- The public library as a space for democratic empowerment: Henry Giroux, radical democracy, and border pedagogy / Mustafa Yunus Eryaman -- Hgemony, historic blocs, and capitalism: Antonio Gramsci in library and information science / Douglas Raber -- The social as fundamental and a source of the critical: Jürgen Habermas / John Buschman -- Martin Heidegger's critique of informational modernity / Ronald E. Day -- Bruno Latour: documenting human and non-human associations / Will Weeler -- Jean Lave's practice theory / Sanna Talja -- Henri Lefebvre and spatial dialectics / Gloria J. Leckie and Lisa M. Given -- Herbert Marcuse: liberation, utopia, and revolution / Ajit Pyati -- Chantal Mouffe's theory of agonistic pluralism and its relevance for library and information science research / Joacim Hansson -- Antonio Negri on information, empire, and commonwealth / Nick Dyer-Witheford -- Ferdinand de Saussure: duality / Paul Solomon -- Investigating the textually-mediated work of institutions: Dorothy E. Smithś sociology for people / Rosamund K. Stooke -- Gayatri Chakravorty Spivak: deconstructionist, Marxist, feminist, postcolonialist / Hope A. Olson and Melodie J. Fox.
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Includes bibliographical references and index.

Michel Aglietta and regulation theory / Siobhan Stevenson -- Roland Barthes : on semiology and taxonomy / Hans Dam Christensen -- Roy Bhaskar's critical realism / John M. Budd -- Social capital, symbolic violence, and fields of cultural production: Pierre Bourdieu and library and information science / Lisa Hussey -- Beyond a signpost for resistance: the promise of Michel de Certeau's practices of everyday life for LIS scholarship / Paulette Rothbauer -- Michel Foucault: discourse, power/knowledge, and the battle for truth / Michael Olsson -- Psychoanalysis as critique in the works of Freud, Lacan, and Deleuze and Guattari / Ronald E. Day and Andrew J. Lau -- Transformative library pedagogy and community-based libraries: a Freirean perspective / Martina Riedler and Mustafa Yunus Eryaman -- Anthony Giddens' influence on library and information science / Howard Rosenbaum -- The public library as a space for democratic empowerment: Henry Giroux, radical democracy, and border pedagogy / Mustafa Yunus Eryaman -- Hgemony, historic blocs, and capitalism: Antonio Gramsci in library and information science / Douglas Raber -- The social as fundamental and a source of the critical: Jürgen Habermas / John Buschman -- Martin Heidegger's critique of informational modernity / Ronald E. Day -- Bruno Latour: documenting human and non-human associations / Will Weeler -- Jean Lave's practice theory / Sanna Talja -- Henri Lefebvre and spatial dialectics / Gloria J. Leckie and Lisa M. Given -- Herbert Marcuse: liberation, utopia, and revolution / Ajit Pyati -- Chantal Mouffe's theory of agonistic pluralism and its relevance for library and information science research / Joacim Hansson -- Antonio Negri on information, empire, and commonwealth / Nick Dyer-Witheford -- Ferdinand de Saussure: duality / Paul Solomon -- Investigating the textually-mediated work of institutions: Dorothy E. Smithś sociology for people / Rosamund K. Stooke -- Gayatri Chakravorty Spivak: deconstructionist, Marxist, feminist, postcolonialist / Hope A. Olson and Melodie J. Fox.

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