5 edition of Nicholas Rubakin and bibliopsychology. found in the catalog.
by Bingley in London
|Series||World classics of Librarianship|
|Contributions||Translated by M Mackee and G Peacock|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||76|
|ISBN 10||0 85157 015 1|
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Nicholas Rubakin, Igor Kon, Robert Escarpit, Julia Melentieva and the Bulgarian sociologists and philosophers Doncho Gradev, Ivan Stefanov, Isak Pasi, Bogdan Bogdanov, Stefan Kamenov. 3. Methodology The thesis in the upcoming presentation is focused on the risks of generalization andFile Size: KB. Rubakin, Nicholas (Nikolai Aleksandrovich). “Reader Know Thyself,” in Nicholas Rubakin and Bibliopsychology, edited by Sylva Simsova, translated by M. Mackee and G. Peacock (Hamden, CT: Archon Books, ), pp. Rubin, Joan Shelley. The Making of Middlebrow Culture. Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press,
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With the exception of one article2 in a psychological journal nothing has been written about it in English, the works of its founder, Nicholas Rubakin, have not been translated and the existence of the Institute of Bibliopsychology in Switzerland has never been noted by the library press. NICHOLAS RUBAKIN AND BIBLIOPSYCHOLOGY.
By Nicholas Rubakin. Edited by S. Simsova; trans, by M. Mackee and G. Pea cock. (World Classics of Librarianship [Number Two]) Hamden, Conn.: Archon Books, and London: Clive Bingley Ltd., 76 pp. $ A thorough combing of Library Literature revealed no other pub lished item on the somewhat unusual.
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Mackee and G. Peacock Rubakin, N. (Nikolaĭ Aleksandrovich), View online Borrow. Nicholas Rubakin: A Life for Books (Russian Biography Series): Books - at: Hardcover. Psychology and Readers Bibliopsychology is the study of the relationship among authors, books, and their readers.
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Nicholas Rubakin and bibliopsychology in SearchWorks catalog Skip to search Skip to main content. Rubakin, Nicholas: Nicholas Rubakin and Bibliopsychology, ed. by S, Simsova, tr. by M. MacKee and G. Peacock. London; G Bingley, 76 pp. Prior to the publication of this small volurae, only one short article by the author had appeared in English, the questionnaire "Reader, Know Thyself" in Library Journal,(reprinted here); and only two papers had appeared about him in English.
A page from the library theory of Russian educator Nicholas Rubakin. The Oxford Companion to the Book, edited by Michael Suarez and HW Woudhuysen, is an extraordinary tribute to a revolutionary invention, thinks Noel .Rubakin, Nikolai Aleksandrovich Born July 1 (13),in Oranienbaum, now the city of Lomonosov; died Nov.
23,in Lausanne; buried in Moscow. Russian specialist in book science, bibliographer, and writer. Rubakin graduated from St. Petersburg University, where he studied in the faculty of physics and mathematics and in the faculty of law.