Vol 41, No 125 (2017)

Table of Contents

Editorial

Editorial: Research methodology in library and information studies (LIS) 2018 PDF
Judith Broady-Preston 1-3

Refereed Research Articles

Making sense of methods – a conversation about qualitative research in library and information studies PDF
Edward Francis Abbott-Halpin, Antony Bryant 4-16
An evaluation of phenomenography PDF
Amanda F. Cossham 17-31
Meta-Ethnography and its Potential for Theory Building in Library and Information Science PDF
Nancy Everhart, Melissa P. Johnston 32-44
Institutional ethnography: A sociology for librarianship PDF
Nicole K Dalmer, Roz Stooke, Pam McKenzie 45-60
Threshold concepts and core competences in the library and information science (LIS) domain: Methodologies for discovery PDF
Virginia M. Tucker 61-80
Participant-driven photo-elicitation in library settings: A methodological discussion PDF
Shailoo Bedi, Jenaya Webb 81-103

Book Reviews

Needham, G. & Ally, M. (EDS.). (2015). M-Libraries 5: from devices to people. London: Facet Publishing. PDF
Katie Smith 104-106
Koehler, W. (2015) Ethics and values in librarianship: a history. Lanham: Rowman & Littlefield. PDF
Lucile Desligneres 107-109
Brown, N.E., Bussert, K., Hattwig, D. & Medaille, A. (2016). Visual literacy for libraries: a practical, standards-based guide. London: Facet Publishing. PDF
Claire Carter 110-112


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