A Holistic Model of Information Policy

Trosow, Samuel E.
April 2010
Feliciter;2010, Vol. 56 Issue 2, p46
The article discusses the concept of holistic approach, an integrative model of information policy for libraries. The author describes that it is seen as a field of study that cuts across its individual policy components and venues of information policy-making. He notes that it comprised the attempt to synthesize the components of information policy and it considers the locale of decision making. Barriers to this approach are also highlighted.


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