It is pleasant to be able to welcome some theory in a social science field such as librarianship. It is especially pleasing when direct and forceful applications of the theory are fruitful. It is the intent of this paper to demonstrate to librarians how the theory of Robert Arthur Fairthorne can aid in systematizing the analysis and improvement of library operations. This demonstration has evolved during the teaching of information science courses in graduate library schools.
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