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Looking for Information, Second Edition: A Survey of Research on… (udgave 2006)

af Donald O. Case

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Looking for Information presents examples of information seeking and reviews studies of the information-seeking behavior of both general and specific social and occupational groups: scientists, engineers, social scientists, humanists, policy experts, the aged, the poor, and "the public" in general. It also discusses general research on information seeking, including basic research on human communication behavior as found in the literature of psychology, anthropology, sociology, and other disciplines.… (mere)
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Titel:Looking for Information, Second Edition: A Survey of Research on Information Seeking, Needs, and Behavior (Library and Information Science)
Forfattere:Donald O. Case
Info:Academic Press (2006), Edition: 2, Hardcover, 440 pages
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An excellently written textbook about resseach within LIS concerning information needs, seeking and behaviour. Given examples of various occupations and situations are well chosen and very clear. ( )
  Dariah | Jul 21, 2018 |
This book is an excellent primer on the field of information behavior. Unlike most textbooks, this book walks the fine line between being beyond the beginner and being patronizingly didactic. It is also a handy research tool with a glossary, author index, topic index, discussion questions, an extensive bibliography at the end of the book and recommended readings at the end of each chapter. The book has 13 chapters, which makes it perfect for assigning a chapter a week in the standard semester. This is definitely one of the most readable and interesting textbooks I've encountered in my academic career. ( )
2 stem sweetiegherkin | Nov 30, 2008 |
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"...an excellent, long-needed text. Nothing quite like it is available...this will become the standard work in the area..."
T.D. Wilson, Emeritus, University of Sheffield, U.K.

"...an ambitious book...particularly welcome as an academic textbook...a wealth of concrete examples of information seeking in everyday contexts..."
Journal of the American Society for Information Science and Technology

"A welcome and ambitious book that should be received with open arms...clear and readable...highly accessible...cannot be overlooked..."
Information Research

"...an especially useful source, assembling and framing user-centered studies...Case has performed a significant service for students and researchers..."
Journal of the Medical Library Association

"...It should appear on reading lists and bookshelves across a number of academic fields."
FIRST MONDAY.com --T.D. Wilson, Emeritus, University of Sheffield, U.K.
  Sherri28 | Dec 25, 2007 |
Summarizes research concerning the information seeking habits of members of various occupations. ( )
  Bob1438 | Feb 7, 2007 |
Amazing book about information behavior. A perfect review of the research within LIS. ( )
  cyrille | Dec 14, 2006 |
Viser 5 af 5
"A welcome and ambitious book that should be received with open arms... With all that said, although the book is ambitious it is not exhaustive and some areas have been left out..."
 
"Overall, this second edition confirms the work as one of the most useful 'standard works' in the information science canon and it will serve as a valuable reference source for teachers and students alike, although the price is still likely to be a deterrent to purchase."
 
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Looking for Information presents examples of information seeking and reviews studies of the information-seeking behavior of both general and specific social and occupational groups: scientists, engineers, social scientists, humanists, policy experts, the aged, the poor, and "the public" in general. It also discusses general research on information seeking, including basic research on human communication behavior as found in the literature of psychology, anthropology, sociology, and other disciplines.

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