Science Librarianship and Social Justice: Part One Foundational Concepts




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Bussmann, J., Altamirano, I., Hansen, S. ., Johnson, N., & Keer, G. (2020). Science Librarianship and Social Justice: Part One Foundational Concepts. Issues in Science and Technology Librarianship, (94).



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