Bibliography for cataloguing and classification

Adler, M. (2017) Cruising the library: Perversities in the organization of knowledge, New York: Fordham University Press.

Adler, M. (2017) Classification along the color line: Excavating racism in the stacks, Journal of Critical Library and Information Studies 1.

Adler, M & Tennis, J.T. (2013) Toward a taxonomy of harm in knowledge organization systems, Knowledge Organization, 40(4), 266-72.

ALA. (2008) ALA’s Code of Ethics

Bair, S. (2005) Toward a code of ethics for cataloging, Technical Services Quarterly, 23(1), 13-26.

Beghtol, C. (2005) Ethical decision-making for knowledge representation and organization systems for global use, Journal of the American Society for Information Science and Technology, 56(9), 903-12.

Beghtol, C. (2008) Professional values and ethics in knowledge organization and cataloging, Journal Of Information Ethics, 17(1), 12-9.

CannCasciato, D. (2011) Ethical considerations in classification practice: A case study using creationism and intelligent design, Cataloging & Classification Quarterly, 49(5), 408-27.

Cataloging Competencies Task Force. (2017) Core competencies for cataloging and metadata professional librarians P2

CFLA-FCAB. (2018) CFLA-FCAB Code of Ethics

Cherry, A. (2015) A case study in Indigenous classification: revisiting and reviving the Brian Deer scheme, Cataloguing & Classification Quarterly, 53 (5/6), 548-67.

Christie, Michael John. (1994) Grounded and ex-centric knowledges: exploring Aboriginal alternatives to western thinking, in Thinking: international interdisciplinary perspectives. Melbourne: Hawker Brownton Education, 26-7.

CILIP. (2018) Catalogue & Index Issue 191: Ethics.

Cotterman, B. (2017) Aug 19 CaMMS Forum: Power that is moral: Creating a cataloging code of ethics ALCTS News

Doyle, A, and Metoyer, C.A., eds. (2015) Indigenous knowledge organization, Cataloguing & Classification Quarterly, 53 (5/6) [Special Issue]

Doyle, A, Lawson, K and Dupont, S. (2015) Indigenization of knowledge organization at the Xwi7xwa Library, Journal of Library and Information Studies, 13(2), 107-34.

Duarte, M, and Belarde-Lewis, M. (2015) Imagining: creating spaces for Indigenous ontologies, Cataloguing & Classification Quarterly, 53 (5/6).

Ferris, A. M. (2008) The ethics and integrity of cataloging, Journal Of Library Administration, 47(3/4), 173-90.

Furner, J. (2007) Dewey deracialized: a critical race-theoretic perspective, Knowledge Organization 34, 144-68.

Gilman, I. (2006) From marginalization to accessibility: Classification of Indigenous materials, Faculty Scholarship (PUL), 6, Pacific University.

Goldstein, C. H. (1995) Summer Ethics in technical services Louisiana, Library Association (LLA) Bulletin, 58, 34-8.

Green, Rebecca. (2015) Indigenous peoples in the US, sovereign nations, and the DDC, Knowledge Organization 42 (4) 211-21.

Higgins, C. (2012) Library of Congress Classification: Teddy Roosevelt’s world in numbers? Cataloging & Classification Quarterly, 50(4), 249-62.

Hoffman, G.L. (2009) Meeting users’ needs in cataloging: What is the right thing to do? Cataloging & Classification Quarterly, 47(7), 631-641

Hufford, J.R. (1991) The pragmatic basis of catalog codes: Has the user been ignored? Cataloging & Classification Quarterly, 14(1), 27-38

Intner, S.S. (November 1993) Ethics in cataloging Technicalities, 13(11), 5-8

Kwasnik, B.H. & Rubin, V. (2003) Stretching conceptual structures in classifications across languages and cultures, Cataloging & Classification Quarterly, 37(1/2), pp 33-47

Lacey, E. (2017) Aliens in the Library: the classification of migration, Knowledge Organization 45(5):358-379

Lee, D. (2011) Indigenous knowledge organization: a study of concepts, terminology, structure and (mostly) Indigenous voices, Partnership: The Canadian Journal of Library and Information Practice and Research, 6 (1)

Lee, W. (2015) Culture and classification: An introduction to thinking about ethical issues of adopting global classification standards to local environments, Knowledge Organization, 42(5), 302-307

Little Bear, Leroy. (2000) Jagged worldviews colliding In Reclaiming Indigenous voice and vision. Vancouver: UBC Press, p 77

MacDonnell, P., Tagami, R., and Washington, P. (2005) Brian Deer Classification System

Mai, J. (2010) Classification in a social world: bias and trust Journal of Documentation, 66(5), 627-642

Mai, J. (2013) Ethics, values and morality in contemporary library classifications Knowledge Organization, 40(4), 242-253

Moulaison Sandy, H. & Bossaller, J. (2017) Providing cognitively just subject access to indigenous knowledge through knowledge organization systems, Cataloging & Classification Quarterly, 55(3), pp. 129-152

Nunes, Zita Cristina, Remembering the Howard University Librarian Who Decolonized the Way Books Were Catalogued,

Oh, Dong-Geun and Yeo, Ji-Suk (2001) Suggesting an option for DDC class religion for nations in which religious diversity predominates, Knowledge Organization 28, pp. 75-84

Olson, H. (1998) Mapping beyond Dewey’s boundaries: Constructing classification space for marginalized knowledge domains, Library Trends, 47 (2), 233-254

Olson, H. (2001) The power to name: Representation in library catalogs, Signs: Journal of Women in Culture and Society, 26(3), pp. 639-668

Olson, H.A. (1999) Cultural discourse of classification: Indigenous alternatives to the tradition of Aristotle, Durkheim and Foucault Advances in Classification Research Online 10 (1), p 109

Rafferty, Pauline. (2001) The representation of knowledge in library classification schemes, Knowledge Organization 28 (4) p 182

Sahadath, Catelynn. (2013) Classifying the margins: using alternative classification schemes to empower diverse and marginalized users, Feliciter 59 (3) p15-17

Schoenhoff, Doris M. (November 1993) The barefoot expert: the interface of computerized knowledge systems and Indigenous knowledge systems, Contributions to the study of computer science, No. 3, Westport, Conn.: Greenwood Press, p. 160

Shoemaker, E. (2015) No one can whistle a symphony: Seeking a catalogers’ code of ethics, Knowledge Organization, 42(5), 353-357

Stevens, Amanda, A different way of knowing: tools and strategies for managing Indigenous knowledge, Libri 58(1), p. 26

Swanson, Raegan. (2015) Adapting the Brian Deer classification system for Aanischaaukamikw Cree Cultural Institute, Cataloguing & Classification Quarterly, 53 (5/6) pp. 568-579

Tennis, J.T. (2013) Ethos and ideology of knowledge organization: Toward precepts for an engaged knowledge organization, Knowledge Organization, 40(1), 42-49

Vaughan, Crystal. (2018) The Language of Cataloguing: Deconstructing and Decolonizing Systems of Organization in Libraries, Djim, vol. 14.

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