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Dan Wade: „Wisdom from Mount Nebo (Hiei). Advice to a Young Person Aspiring to Become a Foreign and International Law Librarian“. In: Legal Reference Services Quarterly 25 (2006) 2+3, S. 51 – 71

Katrin Wagner: „Wie ich die Leiterin einer Institutsbibliothek wurde oder der Versuch, einen sedimentologischen Langzeitversuch zu stoppen„. In: Tübinger Bibliotheksinformationen 18 (1996) 1

Susanne Patterson Wahba: Librarian job satisfaction, motivation and performance. An empirical test of two alternative theories. Thesis, Columbia University 1973

Judy Wahn: „Sex Differences in Competitive and Compliant Unethical Work Behavior“. In: Journal of Business and Psychology 18 (2003) 1, S. 121

Vicki L. Wainscott: „I’m in heaven now or six months in hell: how to thrive as a new department head. Tips for the first six months on a new job as academic reference librarian“. In: The Unabashed Librarian 101 (1996), S. 27 – 28

Carrie Netzer Wajda: „Selection, deaccessioning, and the public image of information professionals: Learning from the mistakes of the past“. In: Library Student Journal, November 2006

Maurice Wakeham: „What nursing researchers think about librarians„. In: Health Libraries Review 13 (1996) 2, S. 109 – 112

Lynn Walker / Philip Calvert: „‚So what made you decide to become a school librarian?‘ Reasons people currently working in New Zealand school libraries give for their choice of employment„. In: Journal of Librarianship and Information Science, OnlineFirst (10. März 2015)

Shaundra Walker: „Making a Lateral Move„. In: LIScareer, Jänner 2006

Stephen Walker / V. Lonnie Lawson: „The Librarian Stereotype and the Movies“. In: The Journal of Academic Media Librarianship, 1 (1993) 1, S, 16 – 28

Linda K. Wallace: „Places an MLS Can Take You. Credentialed librarians have a ticket to ride almost anywhere in today’s information-driven job market“. In: American Libraries, March 2002. S. 44 – 48

Linda Wallace: “The Image and What You Can Do About it in the Year of the Librarian”. In: American Libraries 20 (January 1989)

Sarah Leslie Wallace: So you want to be a librarian. 1st ed. New York: Harper & Row 1963

Virginia Walsh: „The future of the library profession [guest editorial]“. In: Australian Library Journal 45 (1996) 4

Virginia A. Walter: „The Same, But Different – Children’s librarians have changed significantly over the years. But has anyone noticed?“. In: School library journal 50 (2004) 11, S. 54 – 55

J Hart Walters: Image and status of the library and information services field. Philadephia: Dept. of Marketing, School of Business Administration, Temple University 1970

Jane Walton: „Career Planning in the LIS Sector in the 21st Century“. In. Journal of the Career Development Group 9 (2006) 1, S. 18

Patricia Layzell Ward [Hrsg.]: World Conference on Continuing Professional Education for the Library and Information Science Professions, Mai 2002, Aberdeen. München: Saur 2002

Patricia Layzell Ward (Hrsg.): The Professional Development of the Librarian and Information Worker. Aslib 1981 (= Aslib Readers Series)

Wendy Warr: „The cybrarian and the librasaur. Wendy Warr on the librasaur of the dying library and the cybrarian of the library of the future„. In: Chemistry and industry 20(1993), S. 813

G. Garry Warren: The career of the handicapped librarian. A study into the effects of physical and psychological barriers. Thesis, Florida State University, 1978

G. Garry Warren: The handicapped librarian. A study in barriers. Metuchen: Scarecrow Press 1979

Allyson Washburn: „Career Paths of Distance Education Librarians: A Profile of Current Practitioners Subscribed to the OFFCAMP Listserv“. In: Journal of Library Administration 45 (2006) 3+4, S. 483 – 509

Nancy Washington: „Focus on the academic librarian: job satisfaction and continuing education needs“. Based on a presentation made at the ACRL convention held April 5-8, 1989 in Cincinnati. In: The Southeastern Librarian 39 (1989), S. 103 – 105

Charles Watkins: „Role of the librarian“. In: Bulletin of the Medical Librarian Association 56 (1968) 1, S. 36 – 40

Eugene P. Watson: „Let’s All Recruit!“ In: College & Research Libraries 17 (1956) 6

Maureen Martin Watson / Susan M. Kroll: „The Association of Visual Science Librarians‘ Professional Status and Salary Survey“. In: Special libraries 83 (1992) 1, S. 26 – 31

Rebecca Watson-Boone: How Library and Information Science Research Literature Describes Librarians: A Synthesis of Selected 1985-1995 Journal Articles. Wisconsin: Center for the Study of Information Professionals 1998 (=CSIP Occasional Papers 1) [Review online]

Rebecca Watson-Boone: Constancy and Change in the Worklife of Research University Librarians. Chicago: ALA 1998 (= ACRL Publications in Librarianship 51)
– Rezension von James D. Haug in: College and Research Libraries 60 (1999) 5

Rebecca Watson-Boone: A Qualitative Study of How Librarians at a Public Research-I University Envision Their Work and Work Lives. PhD Thesis, University of Wisconsin-Madison, 1995

Sarah Barbara Watstein: „Emerging roles of health sciences librarians: academic library centrality“. In: Reference Services Review 32 (2004) 1, S. 13 – 15

John W. Weatherford: Collective Bargaining and the Academic Librarian. Metuchen: Scarecrow Press 1977

John W. Weatherford: Librarians‘ agreements: bargaining for a heterogeneous profession. Metuchen: Scarecrow Press 1988

Rosann Webb Collins / Richard Eggleton: „Fear of success theory and librarians„. In: International Library Review 12 (1980) 1, S. 49-63

Jürgen Weber: „Forschungsbibliothekar/in: Thesen zu einem neuen Berufsbild“. Bibliothek. Forschung und Praxis 22 (1998) 3, S. 309 – 312

Peter Webster: „A Minor Profession?“. In: Impact 5 (2002) 3+4

Mercedes L. Wee: Job satisfaction among licensed librarians along the Herzberg’s Hygiene-Motivation Theory in the Philippines setting. Quezon City, University of the Philippines, Master’s Thesis, o.J.

W. A. Weerasooriya: „Philosophical perspectives of library and information science thought and its evolution and the changing role of future library and information professionals“. In: Library Science with a slant to Documentation and Information Studies 34 (1997) 4, S. 185 – 190

Liesbeth Van Weert / Karin Vestjens: „De bibliothecaris spreekt niet tot de verbeelding“. In: BibliotheekBlad 8 (2004) 8, S. 24 – 25

Sabine Wefers: „Thesen zur Zukunft des Fachreferenten“. In: Bibliotheksdienst 5 (1998)

Carl Wehmer: „Eine Äußerung Jacob Willes über die Vorbildung der Bibliothekare aus dem Jahre 1921“. In: Bernhard Sinogowitz (Hrsg.) / Hannelore Petz-Gebauer (Mitarb.): Aus der Arbeit des Bibliothekars. Aufsätze und Abhandlungen Fritz Redenbacher zum 60. Geburtstag dargebracht. Erlangen: Universitäts-Bibliothek 1960 (= Schriften der Universitäts-Bibliothek Erlangen 4), S. 21 – 31

Lillian Biermann Wehmeyer: The school librarian as educator. Littleton: Libraries unlimited 1976

Nicole Weigand: „Wie sehen heute die Berufsaussichten für Bibliothekare aus, wie verändert sich das Berufsbild und kümmert sich jemand um diese Fragen?“. In: Bibliotheksdienst 38 (2004) 10

Wibke Weigand / Damaris Pausch / Pia Lellinger / Andreas Kirchmer / Katrin Kaiser / Margit L. Hartung: Auskunftsbibliothekare an wissenschaftlichen Bibliotheken – vom wandelnden Brockhaus zum kundenorientierten Informationbroker? Projektarbeit an der Bibliotheksschule in Frankfurt am Main – Fachhochschule für Bibliothekswesen. Frankfurt 1998

J. Weihs: „The birth of a librarian“. In: Technicalities 19 (1999) 9, S. 8 – 12

Terren Ilana Wein / Marjorie Gagnon / Maura Barrett: „Job power: career management resources for librarians“. In: Information Outlook, January 2003

GladysAnn Wells: „Needed: librarians, archivists, and records managers for the organization, access, and preservation of government information in the electronic era“. Vortrag bei der IFLA Section on Government Libraries Pre-Conference, London, 15. August 2002

Muriel K. Wells: „The Internship Voyage: Shipwreck or Smooth Sailing?„. In: LIScareer.com, Oktober 2007

Joan Welsby: „A job worth doing?“. In: Librarian Career Development 7 (1999) 6, S. 67 – 69

Maurice B. Wheeler (Hrsg.): Unfinished business. Race, equity, and diversity in library and information science education. Lanham: Scarecrow Press 2005

Mary Whisner: „Update to Choosing Law Librarianship: Thoughts for People Contemplating a Career Move“. In: LLRX.com, 4. April 2008

Ashanti White: Not Your Ordinary Librarian. Debunking the Popular Perceptions of Librarians. Chandos 2012

Gary W. White: „The Professional Development of Reference Librarians: Implications of Research, Publication, and Service“. In: The reference librarian 73 (2001), S. 337 – 340

Gary W. White: „Academic Subject Specialist Positions in the United States: A Content Analysis of Announcements from 1990 through 1998“. In: Journal of Academic Librarianship 25 (1999), S. 372 – 382

Gary W. White: „Head of Reference Positions in Academic Libraries: A Survey of Job Announcements from 1990 through 1999“. In: Reference & User Services Quarterly 39 (2000), S. 265 – 272

Herbert S. White: „Pseudo-Librarians and Semi-Teachers. Part 1“. In: American Libraries 21 (1993), S. 103
– Zitat: „In academia, even highly educated faculty members consider student circulation clerks to be ‚librarians.‘ Librarians are the people who work in libraries. Such is not the case in hospitals, where confusion between doctors, nurses, orderlies, and candy stripers is rare“ (zitiert nach Danner: Redefining a profession)

Herbert S. White: Library personnel management. London: Knowledge Industry Pub. 1985

Herbert S. White: „Faculty Status for Academic Librarians: the Search for the Holy Grail“. In: Library Journal, 15. November 1996, S. 39 – 40

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

Vicki Whitmell (Hrsg.): Staff planning in a time of demographic change. Lanham: Scarecrow Press 2005

P. A. Whitten / V. A. Nozero: „The impact of first careers on ’second career‘ academic reference librarians: a pilot study“. In: Reference Librarian 59 (1997), S. 189 – 201

Thomas Alan Whitworth: The role of the technical college librarian. MSc Dissertation, Bradford University 1969. Mikrofilmreproduktion: Ann Arbor: University Microfilms.

Susan B. Whyte: „Stuffy No More: Passion and Humor in the Library“. In: College & Research Libraries News (1996) 3, S. 138

W. A. Wiegan: „The structure of librarianship: essay on an information profession“. In: Canadian Journal of Information and Library Science 24 (1999) 1, S. 17 – 37

Dietmar Wiegand: Professioneller Status und Kontrolle über ein <symbolisches> soziales Objekt am Beispiel des wissenschaftlichen Bibliothekars. Ein Beitrag zur professionssoziologischen Theorie und Kasuistik. Bern: H. Lang / Frankfurt: Peter Lang 1976. Erschienen auch als sozialwissenschaftliche Dissertation Gießen 1974/75 (=Europäische Hochschulschriften Reihe 22 ; 16)

Heike Wienholz: „Ein Kommen und Gehen. Die Generation der Zeitverträge in deutschen Bibliotheken“. In: Buch und Bibliothek 57 (2005) 9, S. 568 – 570

John Richard Wilcox: „The Catholic librarian: vocation or just a job?“. Vortrag bei der CLA conference, 1998. In: Catholic Library World 60 (1988), S. 31 – 37

Stanley J. Wilder: „Demographic Trends Affecting Professional Technical Services Staffing in ARL Libraries“. In: Cataloging & Classification Quarterly 34 (2002) 1+2, S. 53 – 57

Stanley J. Wilder: „Perspectives on… Generational change and the niche for librarians“. In: The Journal of Academic Librarianship 22 (1996) 5, S. 385 – 386

Stanley J. Wilder: „New Hires in Research Libraries: Demographic Trends and Hiring Priorities“. In: ARL Bimonthly Report 221 (2002)

Stanley Wilder: „The Changing Profile of Research Library Professional Staff“. In: ARL Bimonthly Report 208+209 (2000)

Stanley J. Wilder: „The Age Demographics of Academic Librarians“. Vortrag beim 127. annual meeting „Building Partnerships that Shape the Future“ der Association of Research Libraries, Washington, Oktober 1995

Stanley J. Wilder: The Age Demographics of Academic Librarians. A Profession Apart. Haworth Press 1999
– discusses the current demographics of librarianship in North America and examines how a huge retiree rate will affect the profession

Stanley J. Wilder: Demographic change in academic librarianship. Washington: Association of Research Libraries 2003

Patricia Willard: „Mobility and career planning of librarians in New South Wales universities“. In: Australian Academic and Research Libraries 8 (1977) 2, S. 73 – 79

Helene Williams / Anne Zald: „Redefining roles: librarians as partners in information literacy education“. In: Information Research, Vol. 3 (1997) 1

Jeanine M. Williamson / Anne E. Pemberton / John W. Lounsbury: „An Investigation of Career and Job Satisfaction in Relation to Personality Traits of Information Professionals“. In: The Library Quarterl 75 (2005) 2, S. 122 – 141

Jeanine M. Williamson / Anne E. Pemberton / John W. Lounsbury: „Personality Traits of Individuals in Different Specialties of Librarianship”. In: Journal of Documentation 64 (2008) 2, S. 273 – 286

Kirsty Williamson / Marion Bannister / Lynne Makin / Graeme Johanson / Don Schauder / Jen Sullivan: „When I’m 64“: the public library after the retirement of the baby boomers. Research Applications in Information and Library Studies Seminar, S. 53 – 66

Mary F. Williamson (Red.): „Is librarianship as a profession headed for oblivion? Summaries of the panel discussion at the ELA Annual Get-together, November 4, 2002“. In: Ex libris Association Newsletter 33 (2003) 1

Kerry M. Wilson / Eddie Halpin: „Convergence and professional identity in the academic library“. In: Journal of Librarianship and Information Science 38 (2006) 2, S. 79 – 91

Pauline Wilson: Stereotype and status: Librarians in the United States. Westport: Greenwood Press 1982

Terrie L. Wilson (Hrsg.): The Twenty-First Century Art Librarian. Haworth Press 2003

Thomas C. Wilson: The Systems Librarian: Designing Roles, Defining Skills. ALA 1998

Mark Winston: The recruitment, education and careers of academic business librarians. PhD Thesis, University of Pittsburgh, 1997

Mark Winston: „Ethical leadership: professional challenges and the role of LIS education“. In: New Library World 106 (2005) 5+6, S. 234 – 243

Mark D. Winston / Jennifer Dunne: „Children’s Librarians: A Research Study of Diversity and Leadership“. In: Public Library Quarterly 19 (2001) 1, S. 23 – 32

Mark D. Winston / Kimberly Walstad: „Recruitment and diversity: A research study of bilingualism and library services“. In: Library & Information Science Research 28 (2006) 3, S. 390 – 406

Michael F. Winter: The culture and control of expertise: toward a sociological understanding of librarianship. NY: Greenwood Press 1988 (Contributions in librarianship and information science 61)

Michael F. Winter: The professionalization of librarianship. Champaign: University of Illinois Graduate School of Library and Information Science 1983 (= Occasional papers 160)

Mary Wisner: „Choosing Law Librarianship: Thoughts for People Contemplating a Career Move“. August 1999

Erich Witte: „Bibliothekar und medizinische Wissenschaft“. In: Zentralblatt für Bibliothekswesen 67 (1953) 7/8, S. 246 – 254
– Zitat: „Es ist eine leider bekannte Tatsache, daß ausgebildete Mediziner nur in Ausnahmefällen den bibliothekarischen Beruf ergreifen. Zum Bibliothekar gehört die Liebe zum Buch, die dann erst Vermittler zum anderen Menschen wird, – der Mediziner erstrebt notwendigerweise die unmittelbare Beziehung zum Du.“

Karin Wittenborg / Chris Ferguson / Michael A. Keller: Reflecting on leadership. Washington: Council on Library and Information Resources 2003

Grazyna Wojsznis: „Transformacja zawodu bibliotekarza na przestrzeni ostatnich dziesiecioleci (na przykladzie Biblioteki Glównej Politechniki Szczecinskiej) i jego perspektywy“. In Proceedings Biblioteki XXI wieku. Czy przetrwamy? II Konferencja Biblioteki Politechniki Lódzkiej, S. 427 – 436
– „elaborates some stages of development librarian’s profession in Poland, starting from interwar period. Economical, social and technical changes clearly influence on education and work methods of librarians. Quick adaptation of librarians skills to changing needs of users became constant feature of this profession“.

Werner Wolf: „Zur Berufswahl. Der Bibliothekar. Berufstätigkeit und Laufbahn“. In: Berliner Tageblatt 218 (1905), 30. April 1905, 2. Beiblatt

August Wolfstieg: „Die Organisation des Bibliothekswesens in den Vereinigten Staaten von Nordamerika“. Vortrag bei der VDB-Versammlung in Posen. In: Centralblatt für Bibliothekswesen XXII (1905), S. 446 – 465
– Zitat: „die armen Damen klagten Stein und Bein über die jämmerliche Besoldung“.

Rudolph Wolkan: „Vier Vorträge zur Verwaltungsreform der Bibliotheken. III. Die Vorbildung des wissenschaftlichen Bibliothekars“. In: Österreichische Zeitschrift für Bibliothekswesen 3 (1913) 1,2, S. 94 – 99

Deanna D. Wood: „Librarians and Unions: Defining and Protecting Professional Values“. In: Education Libraries 23 (1999) 1, S. 12 – 16

L. Wood / M. Head: „Employment trends in the LIS sector“. In: Library Association Record 98 (1996) 10, S. 528 – 529

Lawraine Wood: „Getting a job – how recruitment agencies can help“. In: Impact 4 (2001) 5

Anne Woodsworth: „The plight of library assistants“. In: Library Journal 123 (1998) 13, S. 60

Blanche Woolls: The School Library Media Manager. 3. Aufl. Libraries Unlimited 2004 (= Library and Information Science Text Series)

Alice E. Wright / Susan Kirkland (Ill.): Library clerical workers and pages <including student assistants>. Hamden: Linnet Books 1973

Sarah Anne Wright: „Special Librarians, Specialized Niche“. In: Information Outlook 8 (2004) 5, S. 14

Teresa Wright Eastley / Denise Bonin / Lisa-Jane Watson: „Emerging Careers for Librarians. Part 1“. In: Wired West 13 (1997)

M. Wroclawska: „Normy pracy w bibliotekarstwie Polskim“. In: Przeglad Biblioteczny 67 (1999) 4, S. 311 – 320

Shau-Chun Wu: „Discussing the Librarian and Libraries‘ Image Problem by Analyzing the Content of Mass Media“. In: Journal of educational media & library sciences 40 (2003) 4, S. 549 – 565

Qi (Kerry) Wu: „Win-win strategy for the employment of reference graduate assistants in academic libraries“. In: Reference Services Review 31 (2003) 2, S. 141 – 153

Hermann Wunderlich: „‚Bibliothek‘ und ‚Bücherei'“. In: Zentralblatt für Bibliothekswesen XXXII (1915) 4+5,. S. 117 – 137
– befasst sich unter anderem auch mit Berufsbezeichnungen


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