Criminal Justice Gets a new Bibliographer
Richard Irving will be taking over as bibliographer for the criminal justice collection. Bibliographers are the librarians who are responsible for managing the library collections for particular subject areas including acquiring new books, journal subscriptions, and databases. They are the principal library contact persons for people performing library research in their respective subject areas.In addition to criminal justice, Dick is bibliographer for public administration and policy, political science and law. He has a M.A. in criminal justice in addition to a M.L.S.
He has authored or co-authored many academic journal articles including this most recent article available in online preprint:Journals Supporting Terrorism Research: Identification and Investigation into their Impact on the Social Sciences (Scheduled for publication January 2013)
He is also the co-author with James R. Acker of the monograph, Basic Legal Research for Criminal Justice and the Social Sciences, which is available in the Dewey Reference Collection: Dewey Library / Reference: KF 241 C75 A28 1998.
Dick can be contacted at 442-6898 or a email@example.com.