INF 383S - Library Information Science, Espionage, and Intelligence Gathering


Prerequisites:

Graduate standing.

Description:

Examines the historical and conceptual linkages between the field of library information science and the practices of intelligence gathering and espionage. Explores the role and structure of the intelligence community, the similarities and contrasts between intelligence practitioners and other information professionals, and historical case studies that illuminate areas of overlap and cooperation between the disciplines.

Three lecture hours a week for one semester.

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