Spis treści: Critical Theory for Library and Information Science

Introduction: The Necessity for Theoretically Informed Critique in
Library and Information Science (LIS) vii
Gloria Leckie and John Buschman

  1. Michel Aglietta and Regulation Theory, s. 1 Siobhan Stevenson
  2. Roland Barthes: On Semiology and Taxonomy  s. 15 Hans Dam Christensen
  3. Roy Bhaskar's Critical Realism s. 29 John M. Budd
  4. Social Capital, Symbolic Violence, and Fields of Cultural Production: Pierre Bourdieu and Library and Information Science, s. 41  Lisa Hussey
  5. Beyond a Signpost for Resistance: The Promise of Michel de Certeau's Practices of Everyday Life for LIS Scholarship, s. 53  Paulette Rothbauer
  6. Michel Foucault: Discourse, Power/Knowledge, and the Battle for Truth, s. 63 Michael R. Olsson
  7. Deconstructing the Library with Jacques Derrida: Creating Space for the "Other" in Bibliographic Description and Classification, s. 75 Joseph Deodato
  8. Transformative Library Pedagogy and Community-Based Libraries: A Freirean Perspective, s. 89 Martina Riedler and Mustafa Yunus Eryaman
  9. Psychoanalysis as Critique in the Works of Freud, Lacan, and Deleuze and Guattari, s. 101 Ronald E. Day and Andrew J. Lau
  10. Anthony Giddens' Influence on Library and Information Science, s. 119 Howard Rosenbaum
  11. The Public Library as a Space for Democratic Empowerment: Henry Giroux, Radical Democracy, and Border Pedagogy, s. 131 Mustafa Yunus Eryaman
  12. Hegemony, Historic Blocs, and Capitalism: Antonio Gramsci in Library and Information Science, s. 143 Douglas Raber
  13. The Social as Fundamental and a Source of the Critical: Jiirgen Habermas, s. 161 John E. Buschman
  14. Martin Heidegger's Critique of Informational Modernity, s. 173 Ronald E. Day
  15. Bruno Latour: Documenting Human and Nonhuman Associations, s. 189 Will Wheeler
  16. Jean Lave's Practice Theory, s. 205 Sanna Talja
  17. Henri Lefebvre and Spatial Dialectics, s. 221 Gloria J. Leckle and Lisa M. Given
  18. Herbert Marcuse: Liberation, Utopia, and Revolution, s. 237 Ajit Pyati
  19. Chantal Mouffe's Theory of Agonistic Pluralism and Its Relevance for Library and Information Science Research, s. 249 Joacim Hansson
  20. Antonio Negri on Information, Empire, and Commonwealth, s. 259 Nick Dyer-Witheford
  21. Ferdinand de Saussure: Duality, s. 273 Paul Solomon
  22. Investigating the Textually Mediated Work of Institutions: Dorothy E. Smith's Sociology for People, s. 283 Rosamund K. Stooke
  23. Gayatri Chakravorty Spivak: Deconstructionist, Marxist, Feminist, Postcolonialist, s. 295 Hope A. Olson and Melodie J. Fox

Index, s. 311
About the Editors and Contributors, s. 319

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