Suzanne (Renée Marie Mélanie Suzanne) Briet est une bibliothécaire française, née à Paris 4e le 1er février 1894 et morte à Paris 16e le 13 février 1989.C'est une des pionnières en France des Sciences de l’information et de la communication.

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  • Suzanne (Renée Marie Mélanie Suzanne) Briet est une bibliothécaire française, née à Paris 4e le 1er février 1894 et morte à Paris 16e le 13 février 1989.C'est une des pionnières en France des Sciences de l’information et de la communication. À l'issue de son parcours professionnel, notamment au sein de la Bibliothèque nationale de France et de l’Institut national des techniques de la documentation, elle s'est consacré à nombreuses études sur la région d'origine de sa famille, les Ardennes.
  • Suzanne Briet (1 de febrero de 1894 - 13 de febrero de 1989) fue una bibliotecaria, historiadora, informatóloga y documentalista teórica francesa. Es considerada como una pionera en el estudio de la Documentación como disciplina, especialmente, sobre el estudio de la naturaleza de los documentos. Por la trascendencia de sus teorías, fue apodada como Madame Documentation.
  • Renée-Marie-Hélène-Suzanne Briet (/ˈbreɪ/; French pronunciation: ​[bʁie]; 1 February 1894 in Ardennes, France - 1989 in Boulogne, France), known as "Madame Documentation," was a librarian, author, historian, poet, and visionary best known for her treatise Qu'est-ce que la documentation? (What is Documentation?), a foundational text in the modern study of information science. She is also known for her writings on the history of Ardennes and the poet Arthur Rimbaud.Her treatise Qu'est-ce que la documentation? offers a vision of documentation that moves beyond Paul Otlet's emphasis on fixed forms of documents, such as the book, toward "an unlimited horizon of physical forms and aesthetic formats for documents and an unlimited horizon of techniques and technologies (and of 'documentary agencies' employing these) in the service of multitudes of particular cultures." Like many early European Documentalists, Briet embraced modernity and science. However, her work made a difference to modernism and science through the influence of French post-structuralist theorists and her strong orientation toward humanistic scholarship. She subsequently ushered in a second generation of European Documentation and introduced humanistic methods and concerns, especially semiotics and cultural studies, to information science.Although Briet had been highly regarded throughout much of her career—the Grand Cross of the Légion d'honneur was conferred on her in 1950 — she was largely forgotten in her later life, until her death in 1989, when scholars found a renewed interest in her ideas. Today scholars often credit Briet as a visionary, having laid the foundation for contemporary frameworks and methodologies in information science roughly 50 years earlier. "Her modernist perspective," writes Michael Buckland, "combined with semiotics, deserves attention now because it is different from, and offers an alternative to, the scientific, positivist view that has so dominated information science and which is increasingly questioned."
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  • Suzanne (Renée Marie Mélanie Suzanne) Briet est une bibliothécaire française, née à Paris 4e le 1er février 1894 et morte à Paris 16e le 13 février 1989.C'est une des pionnières en France des Sciences de l’information et de la communication.
  • Suzanne Briet (1 de febrero de 1894 - 13 de febrero de 1989) fue una bibliotecaria, historiadora, informatóloga y documentalista teórica francesa. Es considerada como una pionera en el estudio de la Documentación como disciplina, especialmente, sobre el estudio de la naturaleza de los documentos. Por la trascendencia de sus teorías, fue apodada como Madame Documentation.
  • Renée-Marie-Hélène-Suzanne Briet (/ˈbreɪ/; French pronunciation: ​[bʁie]; 1 February 1894 in Ardennes, France - 1989 in Boulogne, France), known as "Madame Documentation," was a librarian, author, historian, poet, and visionary best known for her treatise Qu'est-ce que la documentation? (What is Documentation?), a foundational text in the modern study of information science.
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