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Source of similar passage Crane, Donald. Personnel: The Management of Human Resources. Belmont, CA. Wadsworth Publishing., 1979.

Page 1 – Paragraph 1 Chapter 14, pg. 315 – Paragraph 2. “Organizations today maintain their competitive edge…. organization.” “Organizations today maintain their competitive edge….face.” [cited, but no indication of verbatim quote/paraphrase] Page 2 – Paragraphs 1-3 An organization, whether public or private exists and grows…. greatest use of management teams. Johnson, Richard B. Organization and Management of Training. Chapter 2 in Training and Development Handbook : a guide to human resource development. Robert L Craig. 1976 2d ed. New York : McGraw-Hill Page 2-1 – Paragraph 1-3: “An organization, whether public or private exists and grows….optimum use of manpower.” [Johnson is not cited as a source] Page 2 – block quote “It does so by changing… function of training and development.” Johnson, Richard B. Organization and Management of Training (above).: Page 2-1 – Paragraph 2-3: “It does so by changing…Changing behavior, then, is the function of training.” [Johnson is not cited as a source. Erroneously cited as from Managing Employee Development Washington : U.S. Civil Service Commission, 1976]

Page 7 “Most organizations .… development process.”

Desatnick, Robert L. A Concise Guide to Management Development. New York: American Management Association, 1970. pg. 23. “Most organizations .… development process.” [source not cited]

Robinson Page 9 – Paragraph 2: “Larger libraries were…. particularly in supervisory training

Source of similar passage Beverly P. Lynch, “Supervisory Training in Libraries.” Journal of Library Administration 1 (Fall, 1980) Page 34 – Paragraph 5: “Larger Libraries were….such activities” Page 35 – Paragraph 1:“Only recently….supervisory training” [cited, but no indication of verbatim quote/paraphrase]

Page 10 – end of paragraph 2: “Reports coming from…. recommended its establishment.”

Systems and Procedures Exchange Center. Spec Kit: Staff Development (Washington, D.C.: Association of Research Libraries, 1975) Page 2 – Paragraph 3: “Reports coming from….recommended its establishment” [cited, but no indication of verbatim quote/paraphrase]

Page 13 – Paragraph 1: “Peter Drucker states that… implies” Page 14 – last paragraph “Donald Crane outlines…develop the necessary human resources” [this passage, along with the following passage appear slightly altered on pgs 39-40] Page 15 – following sentence “A dynamic system….continuity of the organization’s leadership.” [this passage also appears on pg 40]

Baughman, James. “The Invisible Director.” Library Journal. 104. (June 15, 1980.) Page 1358 – paragraph 2: “Drucker comments…implies.” [Secondary quotation from Baughman cited as primary quotation of Drucker]

Crane, Donald. “A Dynamic System for Management Development.” Personnel Journal 51 (September 1972), page 668. “In working toward…develop the necessary manpower.” [No indication where the citation below begins, most o ] Crane, Donald. “A Dynamic System for Management Development.” Personnel Journal 51 (September 1972), page 674.
“A dynamic system….continuity of the organization.”

Robinson Page 33 -- Paragraph 2 “Organization …functions and responsibilities” Page 33 -- Paragraph 2 “a system…more persons”

Source of similar passage

[Crane, pg. 668 is cited, but no indication of verbatim quote/paraphrase, ]
Gaus, John M. “A Theory of Organization in Public Administration.” Frontiers of Public Administration. Chicago, IL: University of Chicago Press, 1936. cited in Selznick, 1948. [Incorrectly attributed to Selznick who is quoting Gaus] Barnard, Chester I. The Functions of the Executive. Cambridge: Harvard Univ. Press, 1938. cited in Selznick, 1948. [Secondary quotation from Selznick, incorrectly attributed to Gaus] Page 33 – end of Paragraph 2: “Viewed in this light…functions” Selznick, Philip. “Foundations of the Theory of Organization.” American Sociological Review 13 (1948). (reprinted in Etzioni, Amitai. Complex Organizations New York: Holt, Rinehart and Winston 1964.) pg 19 “Viewed in this light…functions” [attributed incorrectly to Etzioni, but no indication of verbatim quote/paraphrase] Wexley and Yukl, Organizational Behavior and Personnel Psychology Homewood, Illinois: Richard D. Irwin, Inc., 1977. pg 28 “The structure….departmentation. [unclear citation -- no indication of verbatim quote/paraphrase] Wexley and Yukl, Organizational Behavior and Personnel Psychology . pg 15 Page 34 – last paragraph “Structure is the formal… member activities.” “Structure is the formal… member activities [not clear if included in end of paragraph citation, no indication of verbatim quote/paraphrase] Wexley and Yukl, Organizational Behavior and Personnel Psychology Page 35 – Paragraph 3: “The ‘ideal’ organization…levels” Pages 32-33: “The ‘ideal’ organization...decision” Page 33 – end of Paragraph 1: “Thus...most levels.” [cited, but no indication of verbatim quote/paraphrase]

Pages 33-34 “The structure…. departmentation.

Robinson Pages 36-37 “1) Division of Labor….14) Esprit de corps”

Source of similar passage Source cited is Fayol, 1925. (The original book, written in French) However, this book was not available in English until years later. [see documentation file]

Page 36 – Paragraph 1: “The classical theory also purports to analyze…build a theory of management from them” Page 36 – Paragraph 2: “Just as Taylor…stated principles are:”

Steuart, Robert D. and John Taylor Eastlick. Library Management. Littleton, CO: Libraries Unlimited, 1977. page 19 “purports to analyze.. build a theory of management from them” [source not cited] Steuart, Robert D. and John Taylor Eastlick. Library Management. Littleton, CO: Libraries Unlimited, 1977. page 19 “Just as Taylor…stated principles are:” [source not cited]

Page 37 – last paragraph: “Fayol was more concerned…Pyramid of Control”

Steuart, Robert D. and John Taylor Eastlick. Library Management. Littleton, CO: Libraries Unlimited, 1977. page 20.
“He was more concerned...Pyramid of Control” [source not cited]

Page 40 – 1 full paragraph “In an effort…develop the necessary human resources”

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Crane, Donald. “A Dynamic System for Management Development.” Personnel Journal 51 (September 1972), page 668. “In working toward…develop the necessary manpower.” [source not cited]

Robinson Page 40 – following sentence “A dynamic system….continuity of the organization’s leadership.”

Source of similar passage

Crane, Donald. “A Dynamic System for Management Development.” Personnel Journal 51 (September 1972), page 674.
“A dynamic system….continuity of the organization.”

[source not cited]
Page 40 – next paragraph “The organizing principles…includes the following:” Wexley and Yukl, Organizational Behavior and Personnel Psychology Homewood, Illinois:

Richard D. Irwin, Inc., 1977. page 32.
“The organizing principles…[sentence deleted]…includes the following:” [citation appears following the list of organizing principles, no indication that paragraph introducing them comes from the same source]

Pages 42 – 43 The material for the book ….accurate interpretation.

McNulty, Nancy C. Training Managers: The International Guide. New York: Harper and Row, 1969. pg 3. The material for the book ….accurate interpretation. [cited, but no indication of verbatim quote/paraphrase] Anderson, Ursula. Management Training for Librarians. London: Library Association, 1977.gs 6-8

Page 46 “Anderson’s study therefore…. cross section of libraries as a whole.”

“The investigation was therefore…crucial areas. (pgs 6-7) “The perceived… libraries as a whole.” (pg 8) [cited with different page numbers, no indication of verbatim quote/paraphrase]

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Source of similar passage Breiting, Amelia, Dorey,, Marcia and Sockbeson, Deirdre. “Staff Development in College and University Libraries.” Special Libraries 67 (July 1976): pgs 305-308

Pages 47-48 “In 1974….low priority with most library administrators.” “In November 1974….(several paragraphs taken verbatim with intervening gaps – see documentation) low priority with most library administrators.” [Several passages cut and pasted from article - cited, but no indication of verbatim quote/paraphrase] Pages 49-50 “The purpose of the research… development programs.” Sugden, Virginia H., ed. Management Development Programs in Selected Industries on Long Island. New York: Hofstra University, 1967. pgs 1-3 “The purpose of this study….(several paragraphs taken verbatim with intervening gaps – see documentation) …development programs.” [Several passages cut and pasted from article - cited, but no indication of verbatim quote/paraphrase] Sodano, Valerie. “An Analysis of Management Development in the International Petroleum Industry: A Study of Seven Companies.” Ph.D. dissertation, New York University, 1963. pg. 86 Page 51 -- Paragraph 2: “Another important fact…philosophies” “An important conclusion… philosophy” [not cited clearly – implied that Robinson evaluated conclusion as important, no indication of close paraphrase] Pages 112-113 “One of the most….budgets.” “Public Libraries” Encyclopedia of Library and Information Science. vols. 6 and 24, New York: Marcel Dekker, Inc., 1971. “One of the most….budgets.” [cited, but no indication of verbatim quote/paraphrase]

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Source of similar passage

Page 117 “The act represents a major change in direction…. ‘good public library service.’”

Palmour, Vernon, Bellassai, Marcia and DeWath, Nancy V. A Planning Process for Public Libraries. Chicago, Illinois: Public Library Association, American Library Association, 1980. pg xi “This publication represents a major change of direction…. good public library service.”
[only the phrase “good public library service” is cited as direct quotation although the entire passage is close paraphrase/verbatim.]

Palmour, et al. (above) pg 1
Page 117 “Most librarians agree…. circulation system.” “Most librarians agree…. circulation system.” [cited, but no indication of verbatim quote]

Palmour, et al. (above) pg 2
Pages 117-118 “The present uncertainty…. national norm.” Page 118 “The term ‘process’ is used deliberately…. number of cycles.” Page 118 “Basically, the planning…subjective information” “The present uncertainty…. national norm.” [cited, but no indication of verbatim quote]

Palmour, et al. (above) pg 2
“We have deliberately used the term ‘process’…. number of steps.” [cited, but no indication of verbatim quote]

Palmour, et al. (above). pg 5
“Basically, the planning…subjective information”

[source not cited]