Transforming young adult services / edited by Anthony Bernier.

Library and information sciences scholarship on YA services has largely been overlooked, particularly with respect to how the profession defines or envisions its target population. These essays examine the growing influence of young people as partners, asks hard questions about what we have come to...

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Other Authors: Bernier, Anthony.
Format: Book
Published: Chicago : Neal-Schuman, an imprint of the American Library Association, 2013.
Table of Contents:
  • Envisaging young adult librarianship from a teen-centered perspective / Denise E. Agosto
  • Dialogism, development, and destination: Young adults in contemporary culture / Karen Coats
  • Crossing over: The advent of the adultescent / Michael Cart
  • The library is like her house: Reimagining youth of color in LIS discourses / Kafi D. Kumasi
  • Misfits, loners, immature students, and reluctant readers: Librarianship in the construction of teen readers of comics / Lucia Cedeira Serantes
  • Beyond coaching: Copiloting with young adults / Wendy Schaetzel Lesko
  • Tribalism versus citizenship: Are youth increasingly unwelcome in libraries? / Mike Males
  • Imagining today's young adults in LIS: Moving forward with critical youth studies / Paulette Rothbauer
  • Intellectual freedom or protection: Conflicting young adults' rights in libraries / Cherie Givens.