In Herman Tavani and Kenneth Himma (ed.), The handbook of information and computer ethics. New York, NY, USA: pp. 221-244 (2008)

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Don Fallis
Northeastern University
Kay Mathiesen
Northeastern University
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We consider the mission of the librarian as an information provider and the core value that gives this mission its social importance. Our focus here is on those issues that arise in relation to the role of the librarian as an information provider. In particular, we focus on questions of the selection and organization of information, which bring up issues of bias, neutrality, advocacy, and children's rights to access information.
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