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Highsmith, Doug: "Developing a “Focused” Comic Book Collection in an Academic Library." In: Allen Ellis (Hrsg.): Popular Culture and Acquisitions. New York: Haworth, 1992, S. 59–68.
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Keywords: Bibliothekswesen, Memoria
Creators: Ellis, Highsmith
Publisher: Haworth (New York)
Collection: Popular Culture and Acquisitions
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Although an increasing number of academic libraries have recognized the value of including comic books in their collections, most have not acquired their materials in a truly systematic manner. This article discusses various conceptual bases which can be used in the development of a “focused” comic book collection—one which complements, enhances or supports existing collection strengths or research interests (such as acquiring western comic books for a library with significant holdings in that genre of literature). Also discussed are some strategies involved in and resources available to support the development of such a focused collection.
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