• Classification and Communication

      Ranganathan, S. R. (University of Delhi (Delhi, India), 1951)
      This is a preliminary digitization of S.R. Ranganathan's Classification and Communication. Published by the University of Delhi in 1951. First Edition. Copyright permissions granted from the copyright holder: © Sarada Ranganathan Endowment for Library Science (SRELS). To purchase reprints of this work, please visit Ess Ess Publications at http://www.essessreference.com/. Table of Contents: Chapter 11: First sense--Primitive use; Chapter 12: Second sense--Common use; Chapter 13: Third sense--Library classification; Chapter 14: Field of knowledge; Chapter 15: Enumerative classification; Chapter 16: Analytico-synthetic classification; Chapter 17: Uses of analytico-synthetic classification; Chapter 18: Depth-classification--Confession of faith; Part 2--Communication; Chapter 21: Co-operative living; Chapter 22: Communication and language; Chapter 23: Commercial contact; Chapter 24: Political understanding; Chapter 25: Literary exchange; Chapter 26: Spiritual communion; Chapter 27: Cultural concord; Chapter 28: Intellectual team-work; Part 3--Classification and Its Future; Chapter 31: Domains in communication; Chapter 32: Domain of classification; Chapter 33: Time-and-Space-Facets; Chapter 34: Preliminary schedules; Chapter 35: Energy-Facet; Chapter 36: Matter-Facet; Chapter 38: Research and Organisation; Index.
    • Documentation Genesis and Development

      Ranganathan, S. R. (Vikas Publishing House (Delhi, India), 1951)
      This is a preliminary digitization of S.R. Ranganathan's Documentation Genesis and Development. Published by Vikas Publishing House, Delhi in 1973. First Edition. Copyright permissions granted from the copyright holder: © Sarada Ranganathan Endowment for Library Science (SRELS). To purchase reprints of this work, please visit Ess Ess Publications at http://www.essessreference.com/. Table of Contents: a. Conspectus. b. Address to the Iaslic members. c. Indian tradition of conspectus. d. Documentalist, research worker, and business man. e. Technical terminology. f. Havoc by an undefined technical term 'document'. g. What of documentation. h. Stages in the evolution of documentation service. j. 'Why' of documentation: social necessity. k. 'Why' of documentation: growth of technological research. m. Research as churn and documentation as a steadying tool. n. Quarrel about the agency for documentation. p. Documentation service: summum bonum of all library work. q. Documentation service: hub of all library work. r. Indian techniques of documentation. s. How of documentation: documentalist-reader relation. t. Analogues from traditions. u. Salary scale for librarians. v. Status vs salary. w. Library staff of government of India. x. Report of the pay commission and aftermath. y. False pretences: development. z. Library staff of non-governmental libraries. A. International organisation for documentation. B. National organisation for documentation. C. Beginning of documentation service in India. D. Beginnings of documentation work in India. E. Present day organisation for documentation in India. F. Documentation research and training centre. G. Indian standards institution: documentation section. H. Service library in India. J. Indian National Scientific Documentation Centre. K. Indian National Social Science Documentation Centre. M. Indian association of special libraries and information centres. Index.