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Pamela Baer: Assistenten als Informationsvermittler? Chancen und Probleme beim Einsatz von Bibliotheksassistenten im Auskunftsdienst von Öffentlichen Bibliotheken. Hochschule der Medien, Bibliotheks- und Medienmanagement, Diplomarbeit, 1998

Kevin Baggett: „The Accidental Academic Health Sciences Librarian“. In: LIScareer, Februar 2008

Carol Bagnall: „On becoming an ex-librarian“. In: Librarian Career Development 1 (1993) 4

Martha J. Bailey: The special librarian as a supervisor or middle manager. New York: Special Library Association 1977 (= SLA state-of-the-art review 6)

Tim Baird / Zahra M. Baird: „Running on Empty: Dealing with Burnout in the Library Setting“. In: LIScareer.com, April 2005

Stephen T. Bajjaly: „Contemporary Recruitment in Traditional Libraries“. In: Journal of Education for Library and Information Science 46 (2005) 1

Ahmad Bakeri Abu Bakar: „Partnership between Librarians and Faculty at a Malaysian University Library: A Focus Group Survey“. In: Library Philosophy and Practice 2009

Lynda M. Baker / Marge Kars / Janet Petty: „Health sciences librarians‘ attitudes toward the Academy of Health Information Professionals“. In: Journal of the Medical Library Association 92 (2004) 3, S. 323

Janet L. Balas: „Does Technology Define Librarians‘ Roles?“. In: Computers in Libraries 21 (2001) 10, S. 58 ff.

Janet L. Balas: „Once Upon a Time, Librarians Managed Card Catalogs“. In: Computers in Libraries 22 (2002) 10, S. 48

David A. Baldwin: The Library Compensation Handbook. A Guide for Administrators, Librarians and Staff. Libraries Unlimited 2003

Monika Bargmann: “Dutt und Brille? Bibliothekarische Klischees im Faktencheck“. In: Büchereiperspektiven 1/2012, S. 26-27

Monika Bargmann: „‚Sensible shoes‘ – die Kultkleidung der Bibliothekswelt?„. In: Libreas 13 (2008)

Monika Bargmann: “‘Mein Leben ist weniger glänzend, ich bin Bibliothekarin’. Selbstbild – Fremdbild – Zerrbild? Eine Montage zu Innensicht und Außensicht unseres Berufs”. In: Buch und Bibliothek 5 (2008), S. 397 ff.

Monika Bargmann: “Fearing the library dragon. Why librarians should approach users instead of waiting for them“. In: GMS Medizin – Bibliothek – Information 7 (2007) 1

Monika Bargmann: “Von Trinkflaschen, Bands, Postern und Lesezeichen. Ein Streifzug durch eine private Sammlung von Librariana“. In: Libreas 5 (2006)

Patricia Bernice Huff Ball: African American male library administrators in public and academic libraries. A descriptive study. PhD Thesis, University of Pittsburgh, 1992

Sharon Ball: „Reaping the Benefits of Professional Organizations“, North Suburban Library System, November 2005

Sonya Balti: Das bibliothekarische Ausbildungssystem in Österreich. Berufsbild und zukünftige Berufsperspektiven. Master Thesis, Krems, 2003

Francesco Barberi: „Vecchie e nuova Associazione per le biblioteche“. In: Rivista delle biblioteche 1 (1947) 1, S. 99 – 103

Diane L. Barlow / Elizabeth Aversa: „Library Professionals for the 21st Century Academy“. In: Advances In Librarianship 30 (2006), S. 327 – 364

Deborah Barreau: „The New Information Professional“. In: Information Outlook 8 (2004) 4, S. 31

Margaret R. Barron: „Creating the Paraprofessional Image“. In: Library Mosaics 4 (1993), S. 12

Dirk Barth / Ralf Brugbauer: „Zwischen Fachreferat, Management und Informationstechnologie: zur Berufswirklichkeit des wissenschaftlichen Dienstes in universitären Bibliothekssystemen“. In: ABI-Technik 18 (1998) 2, S. 122 – 130

Dirk Barth / UB Marburg: „Veränderungen im Aufgabenspektrum des wissenschaftlichen Dienstes an Hochschulbibliotheken. Marburger Überlegungen und Erfahrungen“ (Stand: 24. Juli 1997)

Emily Barton: „What Library School Didn’t Teach You: An Overview from Six First-Year Professionals“. In: LIScareer.com, November 2006

Shifra Baruchson-Arbib / Sherry Mendelovitz: „Study of Library And Information Science Students‘ Perception of Their Profession: A Profession in Transition And Students As Agents of Change“. In: Libri 54 (2004), S. 82 – 97

Stuart Basefsky: „The Personal Information Trainer“. In: LLRX.com, 4. April 2008

Maria Cristina Bassi: „Una professionalità sanitaria: il bibliotecario medico“. In: Verona medica. Bimestrale di informazione medica XXXVI (2001) 3, S. 14 – 16

Marcia J. Bates: „The information professions: knowledge, memory, heritage„. In: Information Research 20 (2015) 1 (revised edition)

Mary Ellen Bates: „From CEO to File Clerk: a day in the life of an info-entrepreneur“. June 2004

Syeda Hina Batool / Kanwal Ameen: „Status of Technological Competencies: A Case Study of University Librarians“. In: Library Philosophy and Practice 2010

Michèle Battisti / Henri Zuber / Bernadette Ferchaud / Jean-Michel Rauzier: „One profession, several specialties : archivist, librarian, documentalist, convergence and differences“. In: Documentaliste: Sciences de l’Information 42 (2005) 1, S. 48 – 57

Yvonne Bauer: Mitarbeitermotivation in Bibliotheken. Köln 1998 (= Kölner Arbeitspapiere zur Bibliotheks- und Informationswissenschaft 9)

Donna Beales: „To be (or not to be) a librarian. Value of MLS vs job experience“. In: School Library Journal 45 (1999) 4, S. 53

Anne K. Beaubien: „Recruiting Science Librarians: A Call to Action!“. In: Science & Technology Libraries 27 (2006) 1+2, S. 5 – 9

Donna M. Beck / Rachel Callison: „Becoming a Science Librarian: Accident, Serendipity, or Purposeful Plan?“. In: Science & Technology Libraries 27 (2006) 1+2, S. 71 – 98

Bozena Bednarek-Michalska: „Creating a job description for an electronic resources librarian“. In: Library Management 23 (2002) 8/9, S. 378 – 383

Gudrun Behm-Steidel: Kompetenzen für Spezialbibliothekare. Eine Untersuchung zu Anforderungen und Qualifizierung von Beschäftigten in internen Informationsabteilungen. Berlin, Univ., Diss. 2001 (= Berliner Arbeiten zur Bibliothekswissenschaft 6)

Penny M. Beile / Megan M. Adams: „Other Duties as Assigned: Emerging Trends in the Academic Library Job Market“. In: College & Research Libraries 61 (2000), S. 336 – 347

Jo Bell Whitlatch: The Role of the Academic Reference Librarian. Greenwood Press 1990 (= New Directions in Information Management 22)

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Claire-Lise Benaud: „The Academic Paraprofessional Cataloger: Underappreciated?“ In: Cataloging & Classification Quarterly 15 (1992) 3, S. 81 – 92

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George E. Bennett: Librarians in search of science and identity. The elusive profession. Metuchen: Scarecrow 1988
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George E. Bennett: Conventions of subordination. An interpretative analysis of texts that define the professional identity of academic librarians. PhD Thesis, State University of New York at Buffalo, 1987
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Ton Berkien: „Transforming Information Specialists into Intelligence Professionals“. In: Online 30 (2006) 5, S. 27

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John N. Berry: “ „Professional“ is Only a Label“. In: Library Journal, July 1995, S. 6

John N. Berry: „Protect Professionalism. Don’t run them through weekend seminars and say they are librarians“. Editorial. In: Library Journal, 1. November 2003

John N. Berry: „(It’s a great idea to put humanities Ph.D.s to work in libraries…) But Don’t Call ‚em Librarians“. In: Library Journal, 1. November 2003

Md Afazuddin Bhuiya: The faculty image of the academic librarians in colleges and universities of Pennsylvania. A measure of attitude. Ph.D.-Thesis, University of Pittsburgh, 1981

Arlene Bielefield / Lawrence Cheeseman: Library employment within the law. New York: Neal-Schuman 1993

Christine Bieletzki: „Konvergenz der bibliothekarischen und dokumentarischen Tätigkeiten oder: Das Tätigkeitsfeld einer Diplom-Bibliothekarin in einer Unternehmensberatung“. In: Buch und Bibliothek 52 (2000) 3, S. 209 – 211

Mary Biggs: „Sources of Tension and Conflict between Librarians and Faculty“. In: The Journal of Higher Education 52 (1981) 2, S. 182 – 201

Harrison Kibet Bii / Patrick Wanyama: „Automation and its impact on the job satisfaction among the staff of the Margaret Thatcher Library, Moi University“. In: Library Management 22 (2001) 6+7, S. 303 – 310

Bijayalaxmi Routray Bijaya / Kumar Satpathy Sunil: „Stress management of library and information science professionals in digital environment“. In: K.C.Panda Krushna (Hrsg.): Proceedings Librarianship in 21st Century. Sambalpur University 2007, S. 101 – 105

Carol D. Billings / Betty Kern: „Sources of Satisfaction and Dissatisfaction Among Library Paraprofessionals: A Study Based on Fifty Interviews“. In: Louisiana Library Association Bulletin 52 (1990), S. 171 – 178

Andrea Billups: „Lack of Librarians“. In: Insight on the News, 28. August 2000

Alexander Birchall / Anthony Deakin / Roy Rada: „Knowledge automation and the need for intermediaries“. In Journal of Librarianship and Information Science 26 1994) 4, S. 181 – 192

Barbara A. Bintliff, Laura N. Gasaway, Penny A. Hazelton, Frank G. Houdek, Janis L. Johnston, Martha Dragich Pearson, Charles Ten Brink, Michelle Wu: „Rebuilding the Profession: Recommendations for Librarians Interested in Becoming Academic Law Library Directors“. In: Law Library Journal 99 (2007) 1, S. 101 – 132

William F. Birdsall: „Librarianship, Professionalism and Social Change“. In: Library Journal 107 (1982), S. 223 – 226

Kay Bishop / Sue Janczak: „Recruiting the Next Generation of School Librarians“. In: Library Media Connection 26 (2007) 2, S. 14 – 18

Olga B. Bishop: The use of professional staff in libraries. A review 1923 – 1971. Ottawa: Canadian Library Association 1973 (= Canadian Library Association: Occasional paper 81)

William Warner Bishop: „Should the librarian be a bibliophile?“ In: Library Journal 27 (1902) 3

Primož Bizjak: „Mankind’s Memory Managers: A New Paradigm of Library Science“. In: Library Philosophy and Practice 2 (2000) 2

Leah Black / Denise Forro: „Humor in the Academic Library: You Must Be Joking! or, How Many Academic Librarians Does It Take to Change a Lightbulb?“ In: College & Research Libraries 60 (1999) 2, S. 165 – 172

Mary B. Blackwelder / Alexandra Dimitroff: „The image of health sciences librarians: How we see ourselves and how patrons see us“. In: Bulletin of the Medical Library Association. 84 (1996) 3, S. 345 – 350

Leonie Blair: „Beyond the Square: career planning for information professionals in the new millennium“, 1999

Linda Blair: „Mid-Career Job Satisfaction: Plateaus and Passages“. In: Paula Elliot / Linda Blair (eds): Careers in music librarianship II: traditions and transitions, 2004, S. 71 – 82

Kelly Blessinger: „Trends in the Job Market for Librarians: 1985-2000“. In: Electronic Journal of Academic and Special Librarianship 3 (2002) 1+2

Uri Bloch: A study in manpower: the case of the librarian. PhD Thesis, University of California at Berkeley, 1981

David Block: „Emerging Personnel Requirements in Academic Libraries as Reflected in Recent Position Announcements“. In: ERIC ED 215 703, 1980

Marylaine Block: „Librarian and library: perfectly good words“. In: Exlibris 49, März 2000

A. J. Bloom / C. W. McCawley: „Job satisfaction in the library profession: results and implications from a Pennsylvania survey“. In: Library Administration & Management 7 (1993), S. 89 – 93

Barry Bloomfield: „Seeing ourselves as others see us: the image of libraries and librarians“. In:Library history, 11 (1995), S. 63 – 75

Paul Blount: Job sharing in academic libraries, an examination of principles and practice. Council of Polytechnic Librarians 1991

G. S. Bobinski: „Is the library profession over-organized?“ In: American Libraries 31(2000) 9, S. 58 – 61

Jennifer Bobrovitz / Rosemary Griebel: „If the (Sensible) Shoe Fits: The Image of the Librarian“. In: Wired West 4 (2001) 4

Jennifer Bobrovitz / Rosemary Griebel: „Still Mousy After All These Years: The Image of the Librarians in the 21st Century“. In: Feliciter 47 (2001) 5

Dana W.R. Boden: „Academic Librarians’ Views of the Chair’s Professional Development Role“. In: Advances in Library Administration and Organization 24 (2006), S. 117 – 149

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April Bohannan: „Acculturation problems: An alternative remedy“. In: The Journal of Academic Librarianship 19 (1993) 5, S. 284 – 288

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Mary K. Bolin: „Librarian Status at US Research Universities: Extending the Typology“. In: The Journal of Academic Librarianship 34 (2008) 5, S. 416 – 424

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