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|Title:||Library service and research in International affairs|
|Authors:||Ranganathan, S R|
|Abstract:||Describes the emergence of documentation service as a part of library service, the recent entry of the social sciences into the Spiral of Scientific Method, and the attempt of the discipline of International Affairs to enter it through the normative principles of Balance of Power and Geo-Politics. Shows the nebulousness of Unesco's attempt in rationalizing documentation in social services. Points out geographical grouping of minutely classified entries as the best form for the documentation list of descriptive accounts of historical occurrences. Foretells the possible emergence of a Science of International Affairs, demanding assignment of nascent thought to the basic class Political Science.|
|ISSN:||0975-2404 (Online); 0972-5423 (Print)|
|Appears in Collections:||ALIS Vol.06(2) [June 1959]|
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