2 edition of Nicholas Rubakin and bibliopsychology found in the catalog.
Nicholas Rubakin and bibliopsychology
|Statement||edited by S. Simsova. Translated by M. Mackee and G. Peacock.|
|Series||World classics of librarianship|
|Contributions||Rubakin, N. A. 1862-1946.|
|LC Classifications||Z1003 .S593|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||76|
|LC Control Number||68004479|
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Nicholas Rubakin and Bibliopsychology Nicholas Rubakin and Bibliopsychology SIMSOVA, SYLVA by SYLVA SIMSOVA Otlet in his "Book about the book"1 includes bibliopsychology as an important section of bibliology.
Yet the science of bibliopsychology is and always has been unknown in the English speaking world. Nicholas Rubakin and bibliopsychology. [Hamden, Conn.] Archon Books  (OCoLC) Online version: Simsova, Sylva. Nicholas Rubakin and bibliopsychology.
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NICHOLAS RUBAKIN AND BIBLIOPSYCHOLOGY. By Nicholas Rubakin. Edited by S. Simsova; trans, by M. Mackee and G. Pea cock. (World Classics of Librarianship [Number Two]) Hamden, Conn.: Archon Books, and London: Clive Bingley Ltd., 76 pp.
$ A thorough combing of Library Literature revealed no other pub lished item on the somewhat unusual. SOURCE: Rubakin, Nicholas (Nikolai Aleksandrovich). “Reader Know Thyself,” in Nicholas Rubakin and Bibliopsychology, edited by Sylva Simsova, translated by M.
Mackee and G. Peacock (Hamden, CT: Archon Books, ), pp. Note: According to the Guide to the Literature on Bibliopsychology by S. Simsova, this was the third of four of Rubakin’s surveys of. Rubakin, Nikolai Aleksandrovich Born July 1 (13),in Oranienbaum, now the city of Lomonosov; died Nov.
23,in Lausanne; buried in Moscow. Russian specialist in book science, bibliographer, and writer. Rubakin graduated from St. Petersburg University, where he studied in the faculty of physics and mathematics and in the faculty of law.
Rubakin, Nicholas: Nicholas Rubakin and Bibliopsychology, ed. by S, Simsova, tr. by M. MacKee and G. Peacock. London; G Bingley, 76 pp. Prior to the publication of this small volurae, only one short article by the author had appeared in English, the questionnaire "Reader, Know Thyself" in Library Journal,(reprinted here); and only two papers had appeared about.
The Oxford Companion to the Book ed by Michael Suarez and HW Woudhuysen: review The Oxford Companion to the Book, edited by Michael Suarez and HW Woudhuysen, is an extraordinary tribute to a.
8 Rubakin On collecting information from correspondences with readers, see Rubakin4 In his study, Rubakin first proves the need to relate any quantitative analysis on reading (data on new titles published, circulation, reprints, the number of bookshops per city, percentages of literacy and education among the population, the attendance of libraries and Author: Damiano Rebecchini, Raffaella Vassena.
Editorial commentary on publications and documents received. Author links open overlay panel G Chandlert Author: G. Chandler. Nicholas Rubakin () coined the term and directed the International Institute of Bibliopsychology founded in According to the Encyclopedia of Library and Information Science (), readers can be classified into types and this classification be used by the readers' advisor to match books and readers.
Kloof Booksellers, Kloveniersburg Amsterdam Booth 7 Old & scholarly books on law, philosophy, economics and theology The book was the source of the Byzantine iconographic theme of the ladder to heaven, which is seen at Mount Athos and elsewhere.
Simsova (ed.). Nicholas Rubakin and bibliopsychology. VENNE, ADRIAAN VAN DER. A 'read' is counted each time someone views a publication summary (such as the title, abstract, and list of authors), clicks on a figure, or views or downloads the full-text. Simsova, S. An evaluation of Nicholas Rubakin's concept of bibliopsychology in the light of current psychological research.
Smith, A.H. The printing & publication of early editions of the novels of Tobias George Smollett, with descriptive bibliographies. Ph.D. Tasbihi, G. NICHOLAS RUBAKIN AND BIBLIOPSYCHOLOGY by RUBAKIN, NICHOLAS edited by SIMSOVA, S.
translated by MACKEE, M. & PEACOCK, G SCREEN WORLD - FILM ANNUAL - VOLUME 19 by WILLIS, JOHN (editor) FROM THE QUIET PLACE - Mental Ataraxis - Thoughts on Meditation by MEARES, AINSLIE. literature vs. book, 8) the index „free time”, 9) reading in the consumer modality, 10) reading as demonstrative consumption, 11) undefined „reader”, 12) the respondent lie, 13) the respondent resistance, 14) the prejudice „compulsory for reading”, 15) absence of axiological : Milena I.
Tsvetkova. The Book as a Reader's Experience: Readers through Time. Books have always had readers. However the act of reading has changed over time.
Saenger notes that reading requires specific cognitive skills for decoding text that depend on the structure of the language as well as how the language is transcribed.
19–II X–4 Match the following: List-I List-II (a) Bibliopsychology (i) Louis Jacob de Saint Charles (b) Bibliography (ii) Samuel Crothers (c) Bibliomania (iii) Nicholas Rubakin.
Author of Láska v exilu –, Primer of Comparative Librarianship, and Nicholas Rubakin And Bibliopsychology3/5. Reading in Russia: “Reader, where are you?”, wondered, in the mids, Mikhail Saltykov-Shchedrin, one of the Russian writers that paid the most attention to the readership of his time.
Saltykov-Shchedrin’s call did not go unanswered. Over the past two centuries, various disciplines – from the social sciences to psychology, literary criticism, semiotics, historiography and. These disadvantages are as follows: 1) research vs. survey, 2) sociological propaganda, 3) the effect of the crowd, 4) fear from the reader, 5) unrecognition.
Rubakin, Nicholas (Nikolai Aleksandrovich). “Reader Know Thyself,” in Nicholas Rubakin and Bibliopsychology, edited by Sylva Simsova, translated by M. Mackee and G. Peacock (Hamden, CT: Archon Books, ), pp. Rubin, Joan Shelley. The Making of Middlebrow Culture.
Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press,  P. Vakkari, Social structure, book reading and the function of public libraries. In: P. Kaegbein et al. (eds), Studies on Research in Reading and Libraries: Approaches and Results from Several Countries (K.G.
Saur, München, ), pp. Google Scholar |. In the s and s forms of user-based and cognitive approaches to knowledge organization came to the forefront as part of the overall development in library and information science and in the broader society.
The specific nature of user-based approaches is their basis in the empirical studies of users or the principle that users need to be involved in the construction of knowledge. bibliopsykologi [bibliopsychology; bibliological psychology] En neologisme konstrueret af den russiske forsker Nicholas Rubakin () for studiet af især læser es udbytte af bøger.
Se også: psykologi og receptionsteori. An evaluation of Nikolas Rubakin,s concert of bibliopchychologi in the light of current psychological reseapch: London: Univtrsity Colledge, The readers' adviser in a public library has a vital service to perform but very few guidelines by which to perform it.
Psychologists and sociologists have recently produced material in the area of non-verbal communication which is valuable, but it may be more usful to see how their work has already been applied in other practical fields like management and social work, Cited by: 2.
Nicholas Rubakin, Igor Kon, Robert Escarpit, Julia Melentieva and the Bulgarian sociologists and philosophers Doncho Gradev, Ivan Stefanov, Isak Pasi, Bogdan Bogdanov, Stefan Kamenov. Methodology The thesis in the upcoming presentation is File Size: KB. Making Connections between Library, Book, Reading and Information History: international conference.
Leeds University, CILIP, HIBOLIRE: Leeds Metropolitan University, UK, SIBRIAN, Ineta. Culture of reading formation in Lithuanian Public Libraries ().
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