A Comparative Analysis of the Religious Non-Fiction Collections of a Public Library and a Christian Church Library
The purpose of this study is to compare the religious non-fiction collection of a public library (Natchitoches Parish Library) with the religious non-fiction collection of a Christian church library (First Baptist Church, Natchitoches) focusing on those books classified in the 200s of the Dewey Decimal Classification system. The two libraries that are the focus of this study are located directly across the street from each other. By uncovering strengths and weaknesses of each collection and pinpointing areas of overlap, the staff of the two libraries may be able to use the findings to identify ways in which they may be able to work cooperatively to provide improved resources and services to the people of Natchitoches Parish.
Bolton, Tanya C.
"A Comparative Analysis of the Religious Non-Fiction Collections of a Public Library and a Christian Church Library,"
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