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By David McMenemy

ISBN-10: 1843342308

ISBN-13: 9781843342304

This e-book seems to be in any respect of the moral matters dealing with info and library pros in a single overarching, and practically-focused, textual content. As such, it really is of significant gain to either practitioners and to LIS scholars. the point of interest of the publication is two-fold: (1) It features a targeted dialogue of the problems that influence at the day-today perform of data staff within the twenty first century; and (2) comprises case experiences discussing strength options to moral difficulties confronted. The ebook presents sections which paintings like flowcharts major from moral concerns via choice issues to proposed recommendations in line with the literature/case stories. this can be a hugely resource that gives acceptable entry to power recommendations for day by day queries.

  • Despite the assurance of moral matters in books on copyright, freedom of knowledge, public net entry, and knowledge safety, this booklet fills the space in drawing all of this knowledge jointly, as one sourcebook
  • The publication can be utilized for normal reference
  • Does no longer supply criminal suggestion in keeping with se, yet explains a number of the eventualities which have been utilised for various moral difficulties within the workplace

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The next section deals with censorship, stating that We uphold the principles of intellectual freedom and resist all efforts to censor library resources. Ensuring that the information provided to 29 A Handbook of Ethical Practice the user is free from influence on selection by outside parties is vital. Privacy and confidentiality are next, and the code states that We protect each library user’s right to privacy and confidentiality with respect to information sought or received and resources consulted, borrowed, acquired or transmitted.

Indeed Badaracco (2002) asks the question, is book publicity ever morally neutral? The logicality of librarians having close links with publishers is obvious, but while the ethical questions related to such relationships may be buried a little deep in the collective subconscious of librarianship, they remain questions all the same. Similarly the personal or religious beliefs of a librarian should never interfere with or influence the selection criteria applied. Fundamental to the selection process should be a clear understanding of the community served and their needs, and even though this may mean providing materials that offend the librarian’s personal sensibilities, the librarian should never allow personal beliefs to influence this process.

This article contains statements relating to personal interests, impartiality, continuing professional development and freedom of expression. Again we see here a set of values that are repeated in the other codes we have discussed, suggesting a universality of professional duty across continents. Article Five relates to the librarian’s duty to the organisation, and here we see an emphasis on developing and protecting library systems, guarding against censorship and acting in good faith. Article Five relates to the librarian’s duty to themselves, focusing on issues such as the accepting of gifts to influence purchasing decisions, the avoidance of conflict of interest and the necessity to ensure that professional time and effort is appropriately recompensed.

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