Tutor profile: Dorothy R.
Subject: Library and Information Science
What are the 5 laws of library science?
The Five Laws of Library Science is a theory by S. R, Ranganathan in 1931 detailing the principles of operating a library system. They are: Books are for use. Every person his or her book. Every book its reader. Save the time of the reader. Library is a growing organism. There have been several updates/additions to the Five Laws, some of which can be found here: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Five_laws_of_library_science
Was Mozart censored during his lifetime?
There are several documented instances of government censorship of Mozart, specifically his operas, during his lifetime (https://oupacademic.tumblr.com/post/138145080238/mozart-censorship-don-giovanni). Usually the composer worked with the censors to change objectionable material before works were allowed to be performed. His opera, The Marriage of Figaro, was based on a banned stage play by Pierre Beaumarchais. After removing all political references, the opera's libretto was approved. (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Marriage_of_Figaro)
Subject: Criminal Justice
I'm writing a paper on recidivism for my intro to criminal justice class. I don't know where to start. Can you help me?
What kind of sources are you required to have? If you need scholarly or academic sources, you will need to access an article database such as Academic Search or ProQuest Central from your university or college library. Use the search term: recidivism. You can also narrow your topic by adding additional information such as a particular age group (teens or adult, for example).
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