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Books and Articles
Ballard, Angela, and Laura Blessing. “Organizational Socialization through Employee Orientation at North
Carolina State University Libraries.” College &Research Libraries 67, no. 3 (2006): 240–48.
Bauer, Talya Niehaus, Elizabeth Wolfe Morrison, and Ronda Roberts Callister. “Organizational Socialization:
A Review and Directions for Future Research.” Research in Personnel and Human Resources Management
16 (1998): 149–214.
Black, William K., and Joan M. Leysen. “Fostering Success: The Socialization of Entry-Level Librarians in
ARL Libraries.” Journal of Library Administration 36, no. 4 (2002): 3–27.
Bohannan, April. “Acculturation Problems: An Alternative Remedy.” Journal of Academic Librarianship 19, no. 5
(1993): 284–88.
Bosch, Eileen. “The Resource Team Model: An Innovative Mentoring Program for Academic Librarians.”
New Review of Academic Librarianship 16, no. 1 (2010): 57–74.
Bushing, Mary C. “Academic Librarians: Perceptions of the Acculturation Process.” Library Acquisitions:
Practice &Theory 91, no. 1 (1995): 33–41.
Chapman, Connie. “Retention Begins Before Day One: Orientation and Socialization in Libraries.” New
Library World 110, no. 3/4 (2009): 122–35.
Farmer, Diana, Marcia Stockham, and Alice Trussell. “Revitalizing a Mentoring Program for Academic
Librarians.” College &Research Libraries 70, no. 1 (2009): 8–24.
Fisher, Cynthia D. “Organizational Socialization: An Integrative Review.” Research in Personnel and Human
Resource Management 4 (1986): 101–45.
Hatch, Mary Jo. “The Dynamics of Organizational Culture.” The Academy of Management Review 18, no. 4
(2004): 657–93.
Kaarst-Brown, Michelle L., et al. “Organizational Cultures of Libraries as a Strategic Resource.” Library Trends
53, no. 1 (2004): 33–53.
Kawasaki, Jodee L. “Retention—After Hiring Then What?” Science &Technology Libraries 27, no. 1/2 (2006):
Klein, Howard J., and Natasha A. Weaver. “The Effectiveness of an Organizational-level Orientation
Program in the Socialization of New Hires.” Personnel Psychology 53, no. 1 (2000): 47–66.
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