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Information seeking in context, Sheffield, U.K., 1998: Author index


Abad-Garcia, Maria, Gonzalez-Teruel, A. & Sanjuan-Nebot, L. Information needs of physicians at the University Clinic Hospital in Valencia, Spain.

Albrechtsen, Hanne.— Jacob, Elin K. & Albrechtsen, Hanne. When essence becomes funtion: post-structuralist implications for an ecological theory of organisational classification systems.

Audunson, Ragnar. Can institutional theory contribute to our understanding of information seeking behaviour.

Banwell, Linda—Dixon, Pat & Banwell, Linda. School governors and effective decision making.

Baxter, Graeme—Marcella, Rita & Baxter, Graeme. The citizenship information needs of the UK public: the quest for representativeness in methodological approach.

Bray, Kaye E.—Spink, Amanda H., Bray, Kaye E., Jaeckel, Martin & Sidberry, Greg. Everyday life informaiton seeking by low income African American households: Wynnwood Healthy Neighborhood Project.

Brézillon, Patrick & Saker, I. Modelling context in information seeking.

Byström, Katriina. Information seekers in context: an analysis of the doer in INSU studies.

Coghill, Keith—Wildemuth, Barbara, Coghill, Keith & Friedman, Charles P. The transition from formalized need to compromised need in the context of clinical problem solving.

Coles, Colette. Information seeking behaviour of public library users: use and non-use of electronic media.

Cooper, Linda & Kuhlthau, Carol C. Imagery for constructing meaning in the information search process: a study of middle school students.

Davenport, Elizabeth.—Green, Anya-Maaike & Davenport, Elizabeth. Putting new media in its place: the Edinburgh experience.

Detlefsen, Ellen G.—Lomax, Edward, Lowe, Henry J., Logan, Theodore F. & Detlefsen, Ellen G. An investigation of the information seeking behaviour of medical oncologists in Metropolitan Pittsburgh using a multi-method approach.

Dixon, Pat & Banwell, Linda. School governors and effective decision making.

Ennis, Mark, Sutcliffe, A.G. & Watkinson, S.J. Towards a predictive model of information seeking: empirical studies of end user searching.

Fabritius, Hannele. Triangulation as a multi-perspective strategy in a qualitative study of information seeking behaviour of journalists.

Fetzer, Anita. Validity claims: assigning contextual information.

Foster, Jonathan. On the interpretative authority of information systems.

Friedman, Charles P.—Wildemuth, Barbara, Coghill, Keith & Friedman, Charles P. The transition from formalized need to compromised need in the context of clinical problem solving.

Gorman, Paul. Information seeking of primary care physicians: conceptual models and empirical studies.

Green, Anya-Maaike & Davenport, Elizabeth. Putting new media in its place: the Edinburgh experience.

Hayward, Tim.— Preston, Hugh & Hayward, Tim. An evaluation of case study methodology within information systems research.

Huotari, Maija-Leena. Social network analysis as a tool to evaluate IM in the public sector: a pilot studys in the University of Tampere.

Introna, Lucas. Context, power, bodies and information: exploring the 'entangled' context of information.

Jacob, Elin K. & Albrechtsen, Hanne. When essence becomes funtion: post-structuralist implications for an ecological theory of organisational classification systems.

Jaeckel, Martin—Spink, Amanda H., Bray, Kaye E., Jaeckel, Martin & Sidberry, Greg. Everyday life information seeking by low income African American households: Wynnwood Healthy Neighborhood Project.

Johnston, Scott. Training for the information economy: a study of the information culture of a graduate business school.

Julien, Heidi. Where to from here? Results of an empirical study and user-centred implications for system design.

Keane, David. The information behaviour of senior executives.

Kuhlthau, Carol C.—Cooper, Linda & Kuhlthau, Carol C. Imagery for constructing meaning in the information search process: a study of middle school students.

Kuhlthau, Carol C. Investigating patterns in information seeking: concepts in contexts.

Limberg, Louise. Three conceptions of information seeking and use.

Logan, Theodore F.—Lomax, Edward, Lowe, Henry J., Logan, Theodore F. & Detlefsen, Ellen G. An investigation of the information seeking behaviour of medical oncologists in Metropolitan Pittsburgh using a multi-method approach.

Lomax, Edward, Lowe, Henry J., Logan, Theodore F. & Detlefsen, Ellen G. An investigation of the information seeking behaviour of medical oncologists in Metropolitan Pittsburgh using a multi-method approach.

Lowe, Henry J.—Lomax, Edward, Lowe, Henry J., Logan, Theodore F. & Detlefsen, Ellen G. An investigation of the information seeking behaviour of medical oncologists in Metropolitan Pittsburgh using a multi-method approach.

Malmsjö, Anders. Conditions for designing different kinds of information systems.

Marcella, Rita & Baxter, Graeme. The citizenship information needs of the UK public: the quest for representativeness in methodological approach.

Mutch, Alistair Information: a critical realist approach.

Nicholas, David & Williams, Peter. The changing information environment: the impact of the Internet on information seeking behaviour in the media.

Olsson, Michael. Discourse: a new theoretical framework for examining information behaviour in its social context..

Perry, Mark Process, representation and task world. Distributed cognition and the organization of information.

Pettigrew, Karen. Agents of information: the role of community health nurses in linking the elderly with local resources by providing human services information.

Preston, Hugh & Hayward, Tim. An evaluation of case study methodology within information systems research.

Ross, Catherine Sheldrick. Finding without seeking: what readers say about the role of pleasure-reading as a source of information.

Saker, I.—Brézillon, Patrick & Saker, I. Modelling context in information seeking.

Savolainen, Reijo. Seeking and using information from the Internet: the context of non-work use.

Sidberry, Greg—Spink, Amanda H., Bray, Kaye E., Jaeckel, Martin & Sidberry, Greg. Everyday life informaiton seeking by low income African American households: Wynnwood Healthy Neighborhood Project.

Solomon, Paul. Information mosaics: patterns of action that structure.

Sonnenwald, Diane. Perspectives of human information behaviour: contexts, situations, social networks and information horizons.

Spink, Amanda H. Towards a theoretical framework for information retrieval in an information seeking context.

Spink, Amanda H., Bray, Kaye E., Jaeckel, Martin & Sidberry, Greg. Everyday life informaiton seeking by low income African American households: Wynnwood Healthy Neighborhood Project.

Sutcliffe, A.G.—Ennis, Mark, Sutcliffe, A.G. & Watkinson, S.J. Towards a predictive model of information seeking: empirical studies of end user searching.

Toms, Elaine G. What motivates the browser.

Urquhart, Christine J. Using vignettes to diagnose information seeking strategies: opportunities and possible problems for information use studies of health professionals.

Vakkari, Pertti Task complexity, information types, search strategies and relevance: integrating studies on information seeking and retrieval.

van de Wijngaert, Lidwien. A policy capturing study of media choice: the effect of information needs and user characteristics on media choice.

Watkinson, S.J.—Ennis, Mark, Sutcliffe, A.G. & Watkinson, S.J. Towards a predictive model of information seeking: empirical studies of end user searching.

Wildemuth, Barbara, Coghill, Keith & Friedman, Charles P. The transition from formalized need to compromised need in the context of clinical problem solving.

Williams, Peter—Nicholas, David & Williams, Peter. The changing information environment: the impact of the Internet on information seeking behaviour in the media.

Wilson, Tom. Exploring models of information behaviour: the 'Uncertainty' Project.


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