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US Global Foreign Policy: The Soviet Union and Beyond. Dr. John V. Richardson Jr., UCLA Professor of Information Studies UCLA DIS 281 “Historical Methodology” 26 October 2010. US vs. Them. 1989. 1991. 1996. кшмар . The St. Petersburg State Academy of Culture. Results.

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US Global Foreign Policy:The Soviet Union and Beyond

Dr. John V. Richardson Jr.,

UCLA Professor of Information Studies

UCLA DIS 281 “Historical Methodology”

26 October 2010





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1996

  • кшмар



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Results

  • “Education for Library and Information Science in Russia: A Case Study of the St. Petersburg State Academy of Culture,” Journal of Education for Library and Information Science Education 39 (Winter 1998): 14-27.


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1997

  • kaoc


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More Results

  • “The Origin of Soviet Education for Librarianship: The Role of Nadezhda Konstantinovna Krupskaya (1869-1939), Lyubov’ Borisovna Khavkina-Hamburger (1871-1949) and Genrietta K. Abele-Derman (1882-1954).” Journal of Education for Library and Information Science 41 (Spring 2000): 106-128.


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Working in Russian Libraries

  • “RUSSIAN LIBRARIES: A USER'S GUIDE” at http://polaris.gseis.ucla.edu/jrichardson/LIS%20Dict/how.htm


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1998

  • кризис


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RNL

  • “SpravochnyeSluzhby i Dostup k Informatsii/ Reference Services and Information Access,” BloctKnigi: Biblioteka IzdatelstvoVuz (no. 2, 2001): 43-46, 46-49.




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  • “Virtual Reference Services: A Response to Disintermediation?” In Informatsionnye Tekhnologii v Upravlenii i UchebnomProtsesseVuza; Materiali 4-i VcepossiickoiOchno-zaochnoi-prakticheskoiKonferenstii (15-17 October 2003), edited by A. F. Kovalevskii (Vladivostok: Vladivostok State University of Economics and Service Press, 2004), p. 246-247.

  • “Automation of Higher Education Administration: A Case Study of UCLA’s Online Environment,” In Informatsionnye Tekhnologii v Upravlenii i UchebnomProtsesseVuza; Materiali 4-i VcepossiickoiOchno-zaochnoi-prakticheskoiKonferenstii (15-17 October 2003), edited by A. F. Kovalevskii (Vladivostok: Vladivostok State University of Economics and Service Press, 2004), p. 248-251.


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2006 Disintermediation?” In


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Harriet G. Eddy Disintermediation?” In

  • "Harriet G. Eddy (1876-1966): California's First County Library Organizer and Her Influence on USSR Libraries," California State Library Foundation Bulletin, No. 94 (2009): 2-13. (pdf)

  • "Soviet-American Librarian Intersections: Harriet G. Eddy, First California County Library Organizer and Anna G. Kravchenko," Library Science in Russia and Western Tradition/Bibliothekswissenschaft in Russland und die Traditionen des Westens, 1910-1930 Conference, 4-5 September 2006, Moscow, Russia. (Power Point presentation in English or Russian)


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189-195 Countries in the World Disintermediation?” In


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8 Major Civilizations Disintermediation?” In


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The New US versus … Disintermediation?” In


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Them! Disintermediation?” In


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And More of Them! Disintermediation?” In


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So, what do they think of US? Disintermediation?” In


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So, what do they think of US? Disintermediation?” In


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What does America want abroad? Disintermediation?” In


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What does America want abroad? Disintermediation?” In

  • Concept of Cultural Diplomacy

  • The U.S. Department of State’s role in CD:

    • Lecture series

    • Fulbright Scholars

    • USIA/USIS abolished in 1999

    • American Corners (which replaced USIA/USIS libraries)

    • Information Resource Centers


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My international work… Disintermediation?” In

  • Russia

    • SPB and Moscow (1996, 1997, 1998, 1999, 2006)

    • Vladivostok (2000 and 2005)

  • Uganda (2001)

  • Zambia (2001)

  • Eritrea (2003)

  • Turkmenistan (2006 and 2009)

  • Tanzania (2010)


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Hardship Posts Disintermediation?” In

  • Range from 0-35% pay differential (see Form DS-267, Post Differential Questionnaire, for list of determining factors):

  • 0=Western Europe, Japan, Korea

  • 5=Colombia, Bogotá; Hungary, parts

  • 10=Bahrain; Alice Springs, Australia

  • 15=Mexico; China, Beijing or Shanghai

  • 20=Tel Aviv; Fiji; Gabon, parts ; Ghana, parts ; Guatemala, parts

  • 25=Tanzania; Ethiopia; Burundi

  • 30=Turkmenistan, Eritrea or Burma

  • 35=Iraq, Afghanistan; Pakistan, Peshawar, Tajikistan, or East Timor


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STEPE Model Disintermediation?” In

  • A Brief Intellectual History of the STEPE Model or Framework—

  • the Social,

  • Technical,

  • Economic,

  • Political, and

  • Ecological)

  • SOURCE: http://polaris.gseis.ucla.edu/jrichardson/STEPE.htm


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Working Abroad: Some Advice Disintermediation?” In

  • Do your homework before you go, so you know as much as possible beforehand.

  • Confirm what you think you know by asking more questions than making statements.

  • Be open minded and respectful of other cultural practices—people do things differently—our approach isn’t always better.

  • Genuinely care about the people you meet and their situations. Be empathetic to those you meet—understand that systemic or structural factors can be constraining them. Be collaborative in your approach as opposed to “I’m here to solve your problems.”

  • Faithfully keep a diary/journal along with photos; it’s amazing how quickly you can forget the details.

  • Set a high standard for yourself—deliver more than you promise.

  • Be willing to go to seemingly hopeless places. You may be pleasantly surprised by the attitude of the people you meet.


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References Disintermediation?” In

  • Samuel P. Huntington, Clash of Civilizations: Remaking of World Order (NY: Simon and Schuster, 1996, especially “preface”) based on

    • 1992 lecture at the American Enterprise Institute

    • 1993 Foreign Affairsarticle

  • Bernard Lewis, “The Roots of Muslim Rage: Why so many Muslims deeply resent the West, and why their bitterness will not easily be mollified,”Atlantic Monthly 266(no. 3, September 1990): 47-60.

  • Rich Steves, Travel as a Political Act. (New York: Nation Books, 2009).


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