Wednesday, September 16, 2020

New articles: IB theory in other disciplines; information behaviour in discussion groups & social media; Life in the Round in China; Health information

There is a new issue (volume 25 no. 3) of the open access journal Information Research. Articles include:
- T.D. Wilson: The transfer of theories and models from information behaviour research into other disciplines
- Reijo Savolainen: Dialogue processes in online information seeking and sharing: a study of an asynchronous discussion group 
- Reijo Savolainen: For or against Brexit? Justifying oppositional arguments in online discussion 
- Feng Yang, Shan Zhao, Wenyong Li, Richard Evans, and Wei Zhang: Understanding user satisfaction with Chinese government social media platforms 
- Judit Bar-Ilan, Tali Gazit, and Yair Amichai-Hamburger: Leading factors that explain engagement in closed Facebook groups 
- Ming Zhu and Xizhu Liao: Chatman’s theory of life in the round applied to the information seeking of small populations of ethnic minorities in China 
- Martijn Huisman, Stijn Joye, and Daniël Biltereyst: To share or not to share: an explorative study of health information non-sharing behaviour among Flemish adults aged fifty and over 
- A.F. Tyson and Jesse David Dinneen: A cross-discipline comparison of subject guides and resource discovery tools 
- Loukia Drosopoulou and Andrew M. Cox: Information School academics and the value of their personal digital archives 
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Photo by Sheila Webber: white rose, September 2020

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