Knowledge Transfer from past to future

ISILDAK, Muratcan (2019) Knowledge Transfer from past to future. Paper presented at: IFLA WLIC 2019 - Athens, Greece - Libraries: dialogue for change in Session 113c - IFLA Poster Session.

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Abstract

Knowledge Transfer from past to future

The idea that the library institution is a key element among people and their sources of information determines librarianship as a branch of the social sciences, which consists of all kinds of knowledge, skills and techniques that will increase the productivity of this relationship. Trying to identify the principles that social events and beings follow, social sciences, which serve to dominate social problems, should be distinguished from other disciplines in terms of their approaches to problems. Social scientists cannot conduct their research in such laboratories as positive scientists. The positive scientist states that two hydrogens and one oxygen form the water. determine the laboratory. However, this is not the case since there are people and institutions in the field of occupation of a social scientist. It is also inconceivable that the social scientist, for example, divorces the family who live a happy life in order to measure the negative reactions of the divorce on children. Social Scientist, to follow the events that mature in different conditions and to explain the cause-effect relationship with a scientific approach. Therefore, the social scientist should follow the events for a long time, collect data, identify variables, and finally make assessments.

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