Examines the extent of coverage and nature of courses relating to information policy in the curricula of 48 library and information study programmes in North America and in three Asian countries (Malaysia, Pakistan and Saudi Arabia). Reviews the curricula work by defining 11 categories conceived as an information policy framework. Finds that some categories have little or no coverage in the curricula. Schools in North America offering doctoral degrees had a much better coverage.
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