This study used a survey methodology to discover how Christian librarians working in academic libraries responded to the American Library Association’s (ALA) ethical standards as embodied in the Library Bill of Rights (LBR). The results showed that while the Christian librarians surveyed largely support the LBR and adhere to it professionally, their interpretation of its sometimes ambiguous language is made through the lens of a Christian worldview and can conflict with the ALA’s interpretation. Of particular concern to the respondents were issues of collection development and access to content like pornography, violence, or other similar material that conflicts with Christian morality.
"Christian Librarians and the Library Bill of Rights: A Survey of Opinions and Professional Practice,"
The Christian Librarian: Vol. 57
, Article 5.
Available at: http://digitalcommons.georgefox.edu/tcl/vol57/iss1/5