Vol 36, No 112 (2012)

Research methodology in library and information studies (LIS)

Table of Contents


Editorial: Research methodology in library and information studies (LIS) PDF
Judith Preston 1-5

Refereed Research Articles

Systematic Reviews in Theory and Practice for Library and Information Studies PDF
Sue F Phelps, Nicole Campbell 6-15
Content Analysis of Research Articles in Information Systems (LIS) Journals PDF
Karen Davies 16-28
The collection and analysis of job advertisements: A review of research methodology PDF
Ray Harper 29-54
Immersed in cyberspace : an evaluation of a grounded theory approach to a study of user preferences PDF
Alan MacLennan 55-71
An expanded critical incident approach for exploring information use and learning PDF
Hilary Hughes 72-95
Exploring information experiences through phenomenography PDF
Christine Yates, Helen Partridge, Christine Bruce 96-119
Elaborations of Grounded Theory in Information Research: Arenas/Social Worlds Theory, Discourse and Situational Analysis PDF
Ana Vasconcelos, Barbara Sen, Ana Rosa, David Ellis 120-146
On the gaining of understanding; syntheses, themes and information analysis PDF
David Bawden 147-162

Book Reviews

FLORIDI, Luciano. The philosophy of information. Oxford: Oxford University Press. 2011. PDF
David Bawden 163-166
COURT, Joy. Read to Succeed: Strategies to engage children and young people in reading for pleasure. London: Facet Publishing. 2011. PDF
Fiona MacLellan 167-168
NAN SI, Shi and GILBERT SILVIUS, A.J. (eds). Enterprise IT governance, business value and performance. Hershey, Pennsylvania: IGI Global. 2011. PDF
Hugh Preston 169-170

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