Journal of Documentation

Category:

Library and Information Studies

Table Of Contents: Volume 28 Issue 2

BRITISH INDUSTRIAL LIBRARIES BEFORE 1939

MARGARET R. MARSHALL

The libraries of British industrial firms are traced from their beginnings in the chemical industry in the last thirty years of the nineteenth century till 1939, by which…

STANDARD TIMES FOR INFORMATION SYSTEMS: A METHOD FOR DATA COLLECTION AND ANALYSIS

A.P. WILKIN, R. REYNOLDS, S.E. ROBERTSON

With a view to obtaining a set of standard times for information system operations, Aslib Research Department is developing and testing methods for collecting and…

THE SHANNON MODEL OF IR SYSTEMS

B.C. BROOKES

This note was evoked by the reference by Karen Sparck Jones to a paper by Zunde and Slamecka which has recently been reprinted in Introduction to Information Science

AN ENQUIRY INTO THE THEORY OF INTEGRATIVE LEVELS AS THE BASIS FOR A GENERALIZED CLASSIFICATION SCHEME

SARAH ANN SCOTT HUCKABY

The adaptability of the theory of integrative levels to a generalised classification scheme is questioned in that its hypotheses have not been adequately developed and…

THE AMBIGUITY OF BRADFORD'S LAW

ELIZABETH A. WILKINSON

Recent discussion of Bradford's law of scatter has been founded on two formulations that are not mathematically equivalent. A method of comparing the two formulations…

PROGRESS IN DOCUMENTATION: NON‐BOOK MATERIALS

A. TREBBLE

An account of the present ‘state of the art’ of the librarianship of non‐book materials must begin with a note on terminology. ‘Audiovisual materials’, ‘non‐print items’…

ISSN:

0022-0418

Online date, start – end:

1945

Copyright Holder:

Emerald Publishing Limited

Open access:

hybrid

Editor:

  • Prof David Bawden