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Exploring the contexts of information behaviour proceedings of the Second International Conference on Reseach in Information Needs, Seeking and Use in Different Contexts, 13/15 August 1998, Sheffield, UK by International Conference on Research in Information Needs : Seeking and Use in Different Contexts (2nd 1998 Sheffield, England)

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Published by Taylor Graham in London .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Information science -- Philosophy -- Congresses.,
  • Information retrieval -- Congresses.,
  • Information services -- Use studies -- Congresses.,
  • Library use studies -- Congresses.

Book details:

Edition Notes

Includes bibliographical references.

Statementedited by Thomas D. Wilson and David K. Allen.
GenreCongresses., Use studies
ContributionsAllen, David K., Wilson, Thomas D.
The Physical Object
Pagination625 p. :
Number of Pages625
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL20784548M
ISBN 100947568751

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"Exploring Context in Information Behavior: Seeker, Situation, Surroundings, and Shared Identities. Naresh Agarwal. Synthesis Lectures on Information Concepts, Retrieval, and Services. San Rafael, CA:" Journal of the Association for Information Science & Technology, Association for Information Science & Technology, vol. 70(3), pages Author: Ina Fourie. Exploring the contexts of information behaviour Information seeking behaviour of public library users: use and non-use of electronic media. In T. D. Wilson & D. K. Allen (Eds.), Exploring the Contexts of Information Behaviour: Proceedings of the Second International Conference on Research in Information Needs, Seeking and Use in Different Contexts (Aug. , , Sheffield, UK). This paper presents an evolving framework of human information behavior. The framework emerges from theories and empirical studies from a variety of research traditions, including information science, communication, sociology and psychology, that inform our understanding of human information behaviour. First, fundamental concepts, such as context, situation, and social networks, are discussed.

"Information behavior" is the currently preferred term used to describe the many ways in which human beings interact with information, in particular, the ways in which people seek and utilize information. Information behavior is also the term of art used in library and information science to refer to a sub-discipline that engages in a wide. Exploring context in information behavior: seeker, situation, surroundings, and shared identities. [Naresh Kumar Agarwal] -- "The field of human information behavior runs the gamut of processes from the realization of a need or gap in understanding, to the search for information . 1. Introduction. Many models of information seeking and behavior exist (Case, , Wilson, ), which help us to conceptualize the information seeking process and employ this conceptualization in research and r, implicit in many of these models is the assumption that the information seeker is an individual, though individuals often work in groups or teams involving Cited by: Exploring the contexts of information behaviour: proceedings of the Second International Conference on Research in Information Needs. Seeking and Use in Different Contexts .