Lisa Krolak's scientific contributions

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... This discourse, therefore, refers to the moral duty or responsibility of (not only) libraries in the social field. (Alemna 1995;Mia 2020;Shrestha and Krolak 2015) The second discourse also has clear social (and sociological) anchors and can be linked to the ideas of Bauman (2005Bauman ( , 2013, working with fluid and rigid modernity (Caldwell and Henry 2020;Pollock 2007). It emphasises the importance of the gradual blurring of sharp categories in a complexly changing dynamic environment (Lakoff 2008). ...
... Resource centres may be independent or linked to a development organisation (NGO) with a focus on their local communities offering services ranging from library collections to documentation and training. 'Community resource centres and community learning centres in many countries serve as focal points for popular education, community involvement and valuing local knowledge' (Adams et al 2002). ...
... Due to the wide range of resources, no one set of general criteria can be applied at all times. Some objects are chosen for their artistic value or historical documentation, while others are chosen to meet the library's recreational and informational requirements [12]. ...