vol. 20 no. 1, March, 2015

Proceedings of ISIC: the information behaviour conference, Leeds, 2-5 September, 2014: Part 2.

Thanks to Corin Nanton, of MEETinLEEDS, the conference, meeting and events facilities of the University of Leeds, for the conversion of the papers to html. The papers were peer-reviewed for the Conference but have not been through the journal's copy-editing and final proof-reading (except for changes that could be made globally) and, in general, may not conform to the journal's style requirements and standards. The first batch of papers was published with Volume 19, No. 4, December, 2014

Full papers

Anindita Paul, Use of information and communication technologies in the everyday lives of Indian women: a normative behaviour perspective.

Elsa Fontainha, Jorge Tiago Martins and Ana Cristina Vasconcelos, Network analysis of a virtual community of learning of economics educators.

Fiona Tinto and Ian Ruthven, Sharing happy information: responses and self-portrayal.

Heidi Enwald, Noora Hirvonen, Raija Korpelainen and Maija-Leena Huotari, Young men´s perceptions of fear appeal versus neutral health messages – associations with everyday health information literacy, education, and health.

Jenny Bronstein and Noa Aharony, Personal and political elements of the use of social networking sites.

Kyung-Sun Kim and Sei-Ching Joanna Sin, Use of social media in different contexts of information seeking: effects of sex and problem-solving style

Noora Hirvonen, Stefan Ek, Raimo Niemelä, Raija Korpelainen and Maija-Leena Huotari. Socio-demographic characteristics associated with everyday health information literacy of young men.

Ola Pilerot, Information sharing in the field of design research.

Paul Mathews, Use of credibility heuristics in a social question-answering service.

Reijo Savolainen, Approaching the affective factors of information seeking: the viewpoint of the information search process model

Shelagh K Genuis 'The transfer of information through word of mouth is powerful': interpersonal information interactions and personal health management

Shinichiro Sakai, Ron Korenaga and Tomomi Shigeyoshi Sakai, Learning to become a better poet: situated information practices in, of, and at a Japanese tanka gathering

Sophie Rutter, Nigel Ford and Paul Clough, How do children reformulate their search queries?

Terryl Asla and Kirsty Williamson, Unexplored territory: information behaviour in the Fourth Age

Theresa Anderson and Ina Fourie, Collaborative auto-ethnography as a way of seeing the experience of caregiving as an information practice.

Tom Rosman, Anne-Kathrin Mayer and Günter Krampen, Intelligence, academic self-concept, and information literacy: the role of adequate perceptions of academic ability in the acquisition of knowledge about information searching.

Yan Zhang and Yalin Sun, Users’ link sharing in an online health community.

Short papers

Amy Vanscoy, Uncertainty in reference and information service.

Stan Karanasios, Carmine Sellitto and Stephen Burgess, Mobile devices and information patterns amongst tourists.

Ning Sa and Xiaojun Yuan, Sources of noise in interactive information search.

Sei-Ching Joanna Sin, Ecological modelling of individual and contextual influences: a person-in-environment framework for hypothetico-deductive information behaviour research

Shelagh K. Genuis and Cindy G. Jardine, Civil society organizations: providing and exchanging information about environmental health risks.

Valerie Nesset, Using empirical data to refine a model for information literacy instruction for elementary school students.

Pauline Joseph, An exploration of community-based organizations' information management challenges