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'Inappropriate' is, of course, very subjective and views change over the years. I think a member of staff who sits on a front desk and wears v low-cut tops is inappropriately dressed. I think most of the female pop videos are bordering on semi-porn.
But I'm a female older person so.......

Thanks
Sandra

Sandra Morris
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Aberystwyth University,
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From: A general Library and Information Science list for news and discussion. [mailto:[log in to unmask]] On Behalf Of Stephenson K.D.
Sent: 02 June 2009 16:01
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Subject: Re: Student Dress Code

Hi,

I hate to say it, but maybe this member of staff should consider if they want to work with young people.  I'm always fascinated, envious and amused by the outfits sported by our students.  I've never been offended by dress.

Kate


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Sent: 02 June 2009 15:45
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Subject: FW: Student Dress Code

I'm in total agreement - spagetti shoulder straps and shorts rule in temperature of 26 degrees!  Students will be students and in hot weather expect to see lots of exposed midriffs and navel decoration.  Hardly shocking is it?

Surely our profession has more important things to be doing.  Let's get back to work shall we?

Hannah

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From: A general Library and Information Science list for news and discussion. on behalf of Frances Hendrix
Sent: Tue 02/06/2009 15:33
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Subject: Re: Student Dress Code



Good heavens this isn't territory for a librarian surely?
Its hot
people dress for comfort, the weather and to attract the same or opposite
sex
As long as no law is broken leave well alone

I sit in court. All court related staff have a dress code (fairly free now,
no hats needed etc), but we cannot and do not extend this to our defendants!
f
Frances Hendrix
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----- Original Message -----
From: "Moore, Craig" <[log in to unmask]>
To: <[log in to unmask]>
Sent: Tuesday, June 02, 2009 3:19 PM
Subject: Re: Student Dress Code


I am not normally given to libertarian instincts but I am wondering if
it is our proper place to worry about this. The issue that springs to
mind is should a librarian in a (presumably) FE college context have a
dress code policy. If such a thing is found to be desirable then surely
the college as a whole should have one? If the library has a separate
dress code from the host institution would you be able to enforce it
without the backing of your host institution?


Craig Alexander Moore
Digital Archivist
The National Archives
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-----Original Message-----
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Sent: 02 June 2009 15:07
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Subject: Re: Student Dress Code

My mind is boggling as to what might be offensive.  Surely it's more
important that students are comfortable than insisting on a dress code?
So as long as it's not something that breaks the law, why object?

Charles


Professor Charles Oppenheim
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Department of Information Science
Loughborough University
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From: A general Library and Information Science list for news and
discussion. [mailto:[log in to unmask]] On Behalf Of Paul Corrie
Sent: 02 June 2009 15:02
To: [log in to unmask]
Subject: Student Dress Code

Hi All

Does anyone have a dress code for students that they could share with
me? With the hot weather a number of staff have felt that a lot of the
students are inappropriately dressed. On a number of occasions this has
been offensive to the member of staff.

Any support would be appreciated.

Thanks

Paul

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