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Barbara MacAlpine: „Why Not Market Yourself?„. In: Issues in Science and Technology Librarianship, Winter 2006

Sanja Magdalenic: From librarian to information professional? a historical-sociological study of librarians in Sweden. Stockholm: University, International Graduate School, 1996

Khalid Mahmood: „Competencies needed for future academic librarians in Pakistan„. In: Education for Information 20 (2002) 1, S. 27 – 43

Corinne J. Mahoney: Make Do or Jump Ship? Solo Librarians and Internal Career Advancement Opportunities. University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, School of Information and Library Science, Master Thesis, 2005

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Paul F. Marty: „Museum professionals and the relevance of LIS expertise“. In: Library & Information Science Research 29 (2007) 2, S. 252 – 276

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Valerie Matarese: „Proving credentials as an independent information professional“. In: AIDAInformazioni: Rivista di Scienze dell’informazione 23 (2005) 4 [Volltext]

Catherine J. Matthews: „Becoming a chief librarian: an analysis of transition stages in academic library leadership“. In: Library Trends 50 (2002) 4, S. 578 – 602

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Diane Mayo / Jeanne Goodrich / Public Library Association (ed): Staffing for Results. A Guide to Working Smarter. Chicago: ALA 2002

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Kathleen de la Peña McCook / Alma Dawson: „Trends Affecting the Roles of Reference Librarians”. In: Reference Quarterly 54 (1996), S. 53 – 73

Kathleen de la Peña McCook: „Diversity Deferred: Where are the Minority Librarians?“. In: Library Journal 118 (1993), S. 35 – 38

Kathleen de la Peña McCook / Kate Lippincott: „Library schools and diversity: who makes the grade?“. in: Library Journal 122 (1997), S. 30 – 32

Mary McDiarmid: Survey of hospital library managers‘ attitudes toward volunteers in Ontario hospital libraries. MISt Thesis, University of Toronto, 2004

Melody M. McDowell: „Help Wanted at Our Libraries“. In: Black Issues Book Review, March 2001
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Howard F. McGinn: An investigation into factors that influence job satisfaction of African American librarians in some urban public library systems in the United States. Emporia State University, PhD Thesis, 2003

Darwin McGuire: „Librarians in the Information Age: Alternative Uses of MLS Degrees“. In: LIScareer, Dezember 2003

Richard McKay: “ Inspired Inspired Hiring: Tools for Success in Interviewing and Hiring Library Staff“. In: Library Administration & Management 20 (2006) 3, S. 128 ff.

Anne E. McKee / Beverley Geer / Michael Markwith / Steve Oberg / Bob Schatz / Christine Stamison / Jeanne M. Langendorfer: „Hitting the Trifecta: Alternative Career Paths for Those with an MLS“. In: The Serials Librarian 54 (2008) 1+2, S. 179 – 192

Bob McKee: „The new information professional : plus ça change, plus c’est la même chose“. In: AIDAInformazioni 20(2002) 2+3

M. McKenney: „Librarianship as subverse activity“. In: Synergy 29 (1972), S. 3

Cliff McKnight / Liangzhi Yu / Susan Harker / Kathy Phillips: „Librarians in the delivery of electronic journals. Roles revisited“. In: Journal of Librarianship and Information Science 32 (2000) 3, S. 117 – 134

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Rosalee McReynolds: „The sexual politics of illness in turn of the century libraries“. In: Libraries & Culture 25 (1990) 2, S. 194 – 214

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Terrence Mech: „Leadership and the evolution of academic librarianship“. In: The Journal of Academic Librarianship 22 (1996) 5, S. 345 – 353

Medical Library Association: „Medical Librarianship: A career beyond the cutting edge“. Broschüre
– Zitat: „Medical librarianship is a service profession. Medical librarians provide health information about new medical treatments, clinical trials and standard trials procedures, tests, and equipment to physicians, allied health professionals, patients, consumers, and corporations. They help physicians provide quality care to patients, help patients find information, answer consumers’ questions, and provide information to the health care industries.“

Daniela Meidlinger: „Das Bibliothekspersonal im Schwabenalter – Überlegungen zum Personalmanagement von Bibliotheken in Zeiten des demographischen Wandels“. In: Bibliothek. Forschung und Praxis 31 (2007) 3, S. 337 – 346

Maria Grazia Melchionda: „Librarians in the age of the internet: their attitudes and roles; A literature review“. In: New Library World 108 (2007) 3+4, S. 123
– This paper aims to provide a review of discussions and perceptions of librarians‘ roles in the literature of the last ten years within the context of the impact of the internet on their working life

Constance Mellon: “She’s Nice and She Helps: What 6th Graders Say About School Librarians”. In: School Library Journal 41 (May 1995)

José Antonio Merlo Vega: „La profesión de archivos, bibliotecas y centros de documentación: ¿Dónde estamos? ¿Dónde tenemos que estar? Las claves de la visibilidad y algunas ideas para querernos“. Vortrag bei der Konferenz „La profesión de archivos, bibliotecas y centros de documentación“, Bilbao, 2006

C. Merrick: „Salary self-empowerment“. In: Info Career Trends 4 (2003) 2

P. Metz: „The role of the academic library director“. In: Journal of Academic Librarianship 5 (1979) 3. S. 148 – 152

Richard W. Meyer: „Earnings Gains through the Institutionalized Standard of Faculty Status“. In: Library Administration & Management 4 (1990), S. 184 – 193

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Michael Middleton: „The way that information professionals describe their own discipline: a comparison of thesaurus descriptors“. In: New Library World 105 (2004) 11+12, S. 429 – 435

Francis L. Miksa: „Melvil Dewey: The Professional Educator and His Heirs“. In: Library Trends 34 (1986) 3, S. 359 – 381

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John Miller: „Ethics and the mission of our profession“. In: Impact 6 (2003) 1+2

Laura Miller: „The self-image of the library profession“. In: International Library Review 21 (1989) 2, S. 141 – 155

Michelle Millet: „The Small World of Librarianship: Be Wary of Taking Test-Drives“. In: LIScareer.com, Juli 2005

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Walter Minkel: „The future of the profession, part 2 – Making Every Librarian a Leader“. In: School library journal 48 (2002), 10, S. 46 – 50

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Denise L. Montgomery: „Happily ever after: plateauing as a means for long-term career satisfaction“. In: Library Trends 50 (2002) 4, S. 702 – 716

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Perry D. Morrison: The Career of the Academic Librarian. A study of the social origins, educational attainments, vocational experience, and personality characteristics of a group of American academic librarians. Chicago: American Library Association 1969 / 2. print 1970 (=ACRL Monograph 29)
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Annette Moschner: Die Kunst der Mitarbeiterführung : Aspekte eines bibliotheksspezifischen Anforderungsprofils für Führungskräfte. Stuttgart, Hochschule der Medien, Bibliotheks- und Medienmanagement, Masterarbeit, 2003

Pixey Anne Mosley: „Shedding the Stereotypes: Librarians in the 21st Century“. In: The Reference Librarian 78 (2002), S. 168

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Gail Munde: „Beyond Mentoring: Toward the rejuvenation of academic libraries“. In: Journal of Academic Librarianship 26 (2000) 3, S. 171 – 175

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Richard A. Murray: Job satisfaction of professional and paraprofessional library staff at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Master’s Paper, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, 1999

Music Library Association: „Music Librarianship – is it for you?
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