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Read, Listen, Inform: Government Publications in Action (August 2018): Works Cited

By Aimée C. Quinn

Works Cited

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A History of the Book in America. v.4: Print in Motion: The Expansion of Publishing and Reading in the United States, 1880–1940, ed. by Karl F. Kaestle and Janice A. Radway. American Antiquarian Society/North Carolina, 2009.

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Kling, Robert E. The Government Printing Office. Praeger, 1970.

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Melanson, Phillip H. Secrecy Wars: National Security, Privacy, and the Public’s Right to Know. Brassey’s, 2001 (CH, Jun’02, 39-6097).

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For Further Reference

Birkland, Thomas A. An Introduction to the Policy Process: Theories, Concepts and Models of Public Policy Making. M. E. Sharpe, 2001 (CH, Oct’01, 39-1216).

Blanton, Thomas S. “Information Ethics and Government Power, from the White House E-Mail to the Stasi Files,” in Libraries & Democracy: The Cornerstones of Liberty, ed. by Nancy Kranich. P. 129-39. American Library Association, 2001.

Buckley, Carper W. “Implementation of the Federal Depository Library Act of 1962.” Library Trends 15, no.1 (1966): 27-36.

Electronic Frontier Foundation. Chilling Effects of Anti-Terrorism: “National Security” Toll on Freedom of Expression. March 8. 2002.

 “The Ever-Shifting Internet Population: A New Look at Internet Access and the Digital Divide,” by Amanda Lenhart et al. Pew Internet & American Life Project, 2003.

Gidiere, P. Stephen. The Federal Information Manual: How the Government Collects, Manages, and Discloses Information under FOIA, and Other Statutes. American Bar Association (ABA), 2006.

Governance.COM: Democracy in the Information Ageed. by Elaine Cuilla Kamarck and Joseph S. Nye Jr. Brookings, 2002.

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Moving toward More Effective Public Internet Access: The 1998 National Survey of Public Library Outlet Internet Connectivity, conducted by John Carlo Bertot and Charles R. McClure. U.S. National Commission on Libraries and Information Service/American Library Association, 1999.

Shmeckebier, Laurence F., and Roy B. Eastin. Government Publications and Their Use. 2nd rev. ed. Brookings, 1970.  Slack, Jennifer Daryl, and Fred Fejes. Ideology of the Information Age. Ablex, 1987.

State-By-State Report on Permanent Public Access to Electronic Government Informationby Richard J. Matthews et al. American Association of Law Librarians, 2003.

Symposium on the U.S. Congressional Office of Technology Assessment. Informing the Nation: Federal Information Dissemination in an Electronic Age. U.S. Government Printing Office, 1988.

U.S. Congressional Office of Technology Assessment. Defending Secrets, Sharing Data: New Locks and Key for Electronic Data. U.S. Government Printing Office, 1987.

U.S. Congressional Office of Technology Assessment. Federal Government Information Technology: Management, Security, and Congressional Oversight. U.S. Government Printing Office, 1986.

U.S. Congressional Office of Technology Assessment. Intellectual Property Rights in an Age of Electronics and Information. U.S. Government Printing Office, 1986.

U.S. Congressional Office of Technology Assessment. Making Government Work: Electronic Delivery of Federal Services. U.S. Government Printing Office, 1993.

Warren, Samuel D., and Louis D. Brandeis. “The Right to Privacy,” in Ethical Issues in the Use of Computers, comp. by Deborah G. Johnson and John W. Snapper. P. 172-183. Wadsworth Publishing, 1985 (Orig. work published 1890).

Wright, Carroll D., with William C. Hunt. The History and Growth of the United States Census, 55th Congress, 1st Session, S. Doc. 194 (1900) in Cellulose-Census Office 14 3866.