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Johns Hopkins University Press
The emerging reference paradigm in a complex, technologically rich information environment tends toward a more deliberate blending of the conservative and liberal philosophies of reference. As key agents in the advancement of society and culture, librarians must recognize the value of community and the social context of information in providing services that support and enhance the full range of contemporary user needs.
Mandernack, Scott and Fritch, John W., "The Emerging Reference Paradigm: A Vision of Reference Services in a Complex Information Environment" (2001). Library Faculty Research and Publications. 53.