INFORMATION FOR SOCIAL CHANGE
No. 21, Summer 2005
Issue No.21 of Information for Social Change is now out.
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CONTENTS OF ISSUE 21:
E-Books; Public Libraries, Information, Communities, Social Exclusion and
Culture; Copyright, Libraries in Nigeria and Globalisation
Editorial: John Pateman and Ruth Rikowski.
How anyone can write, compile and sell (or give away) e-books on the Internet:
Information needed to cope with crisis in the lives of individuals and communities:
an assessment of the roles public libraries and voluntary sector agencies
play in the provision of such information: Zapopan Martin Muela Meza.
Breaking Barriers: Libraries and Socially Excluded Communities By Annette
Culture, Identity and Libraries: John Pateman.
Key Worker Status for Library Workers: Martyn Lowe.
Failed Globalisation Policies Effects on African Faiths: David Nderitu.
Pain of Globalistion: David Nderitu.
Rethinking the ?Balance in Copyright?: 3 parts to the balance, not just one!
- Ruth Rikowski.
Using libraries in Nigeria as tools for education and national development
in the 21st century: Rose B. Okiy.
Going to the Movies: Martyn Lowe.
Imperialism, Censorship and Fascism: Fernando Buen Abad Dom√nguez.
Report of the Book Launch for Ruth Rikowski?s book Globalisation, Information
A World to Win: a rough guide to a future without global capitalism by Paul
Feldman and Corinna Lotz - Reviewed by John Pateman.
Globalisation, Information and Libraries: Reviewed by John Pateman.
Globalisation, information and libraries: the implications of the World Trade
Organisation?s GATS and TRIPS Agreements - Reviewed by John Vincent.
Book review of E-book publishing services: how anyone can write, compile
and sell e-books on the Internet by Kingsley Oghojafor - Reviewed by Ruth
Book review of Helen Macfarlane: a feminist, revolutionary journalist and
philosopher in mid-nineteenth century England by David Black - Reviewed by
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