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Volume 5, Issue 2 - Nov 1988
Volume 5, Issue 1 - May 1988
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Journal of the Korean Society for information Management, volume 5, issue 2, 1988, Pages 3~22
The purpose of this paper is to help understand of the, definitio~~ of, componativelibraianship and the methodology of comparative study in librariansliip. Comparative librarial~sl~ip may be defined as the systematic anallsis of library derelopmetit, practices, or problems as they occur under different circumstances (most usually in different count r ~ e s ) , considered in the c o ~ t t x t of tlle relevant historical, geographic, political, economic, social, cultural, and other determinant backgrourd factors found in the situations under study. Essentially it co~~stitutes an important approach to the search for cause and effect in library development, and tu tl~e understandillg of library problems. The mctl~odology of comparatiw study i n libranianship includes four steps; i)description, iilinterpret at ion, iii\ulcorner juxtaposition, iv! comparison.
The Effects of Management Style on Job Satisfation and Library Performance in the Usm's Cook Memorial Library
Park, Sumg-ho ;
Journal of the Korean Society for information Management, volume 5, issue 2, 1988, Pages 23~52
The purpose of this study was to investigate the differential evidence of the effects of management style on job satisfactiori and library performance in the liriiversity of Souther~l Misiissippi's Cook hlcmorial Library. No significa~it hfferences were foutid between management style arid job sarisfartio~t or. between management style and selected performance characteristics of the library ill tlw study. But r l e professional group differed from the no~i-professiotial group on job satisfactiori at rlw 0. 10 levc! of significance. Specially, the professional group differed significantly from the non-profcssiorial group ill iut rinsic sources of job satisfactior, !at the 0.02 level of significancej.
A Study of Zipfian Phenomena in Hangul Literaure
Journal of the Korean Society for information Management, volume 5, issue 2, 1988, Pages 53~98
The purpose of this Study is to irwest~gate the Zipfian distribution in Har~gul literature. The result shows that the formulas derived from the liangul Ilterature are it1 accordance with the getlcra\ized Zipf's first law. The result also shows that the formulas derived from the Harlgul literature arc2 not in accordance with the Zlpf's second law and the penerali~ed Zipf's second law.
A Comparative Study of Automaic Indexing Techniques in Pharmacology and Libray & Infomation Science
Journal of the Korean Society for information Management, volume 5, issue 2, 1988, Pages 99~126
The purpose of this ptudy is to presenet a relevant automaitc technigue in accordance with the statistical term characteristie in a collection comprising different subjecits, by comparing and evaluating two automatic indexing technigues (Inverse Document Fregnency Weighting Technigue and Term Discrimiantion Value Weighting Technigues) intht fields of Pharmacology and Library & Information Science.
A Study on the Concepts and its Educational Direction of Information Science
Journal of the Korean Society for information Management, volume 5, issue 2, 1988, Pages 127~144
Il~forniatic I~ah a rolc ill mall! field, of disciplil~ar>, i l l nioderl~ informatics
liip i.s cotlsidcred. Arid t h . ba5ic data or] dircctiot~ of Ii~forma- ties' eduction is suggested in this paper.
A study on the Performance of KTALIS Library IR System by the Usage Pattern and the Response Time
Journal of the Korean Society for information Management, volume 5, issue 2, 1988, Pages 145~160
111 this paper, ~vc atialyzed thr, staristical data logged by rlte library itiformatio~~ rrtrieval system n41icli was developed it1 K'I'A as a part of total system. System performance was measured numerically b\. means of tables and graphs reprc.ieritmg the usage patterns, die response times, and tl~e success ratt.5 of each stxiircIii~rg item.