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Information for Social Change, No. 20, Winter 2004/2005

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  • Zapopan Martin Muela-Meza
    The latest issue of Information for Social Change (ISC 20, Winter 2004/2005) can now be viewed for free at http://www.libr.org/ISC/TOC.html or
    Message 1 of 1 , Jan 4, 2005
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      The latest issue of Information for Social Change
      (ISC 20, Winter 2004/2005) can now be viewed for
      free at
      http://www.libr.org/ISC/TOC.html
      or
      http://www.libr.org/ISC/issues/isc20.pdf (Note:
      formatted for A4 paper).

      Contents:

      Editorial - Ruth Rikowski and John Pateman.

      The Library in Crisis, 2002 � Introduction to
      Julian Samuel�s Documentary on Libraries by
      Vinita Ramani.

      Vinita Ramani interviews Julian Samuel, a
      Montreal film-maker and writer.

      Public Libraries and the Working Classes - John
      Pateman

      Israelis and Indians - Michael Neumann

      What is Anti-Semitism? - Michael Neumann

      Can Library Work be a Recipe for Ill Health? -
      Martyn Lowe

      Knowledge Organisation: Information, Systems and
      Social Change - John
      Lindsay

      Creating Value from Knowledge in the Knowledge
      Revolution - Ruth Rikowski

      Book Review: �The Truth� by Mike Palecek -
      Reviewed by Sheila Conroy


      The next issue of Information for Social Change
      (ISC 21 Summer 2005) will be a joint issue with
      the US based Progressive Librarians
      Guild. This joint issue will contain papers from
      the International Gathering of Artists and
      Intellectuals in Defence of Humanity conference
      which was held in Caracas, Venezuela, from 1-6
      December, 2004.

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      ENG: "Corporations are not democratic institutions --their directors and managers owe no accountability to anyone but the shareholders that employ them."
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      ESP: "Las corporaciones (empresas) no son instituciones democr�ticas: a sus directores y gerentes no se les puede fincar responsabilidades ante nadie excepto ante sus accionistas que les emplean."

      -- Bakan, Joel. (2004). The Corporation. The Pathological Pursuit of Profit and Power : La corporaci�n (empresa). La b�squeda patol�gica de ganancias y poder. London: Constable & Robinson, p. 151



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