Information and emotion : the emergent affective paradigm in information behavior research and theory / edited by Diane Nahl and Dania Bilal.

Information and Emotion introduces the new research areas of affective issues in information seeking and use, and the affective paradigm applied to information behavior in a variety of populations, cultures, and contexts. The bookʹs editors and authors are information behavior researchers at the for...

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Other Authors: Nahl, Diane., Bilal, Dania, 1956-
Format: Book
Language:English
Published: Medford, N.J. : Information Today, ©2007.
Series:ASIST monograph series.
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Table of Contents:
  • The centrality of the affective in information behavior /
  • Diane Nahl
  • Grounding childrenʹs information behavior and system design in child development theories /
  • Dania Bilal
  • How emotional dimensions of situated information seeking relate to user evaluations of help from sources : an exemplar study informed by sense-making methodology /
  • Brenda Dervin and CarrieLynn D. Reinhard
  • The role of affect in judging ʺwhat is enough?" /
  • Nicola Parker and Jennifer Berryman
  • Developmental social-emotional behavior and information literacy /
  • Lesley S.J. Farmer
  • Affective dimensions of critical care nursesʼ informative interactions : Gentle Nurse Jekyll and Harried Nurse Hyde /
  • Michelynn McKnight
  • Emotion, response, and recommendation : the role of affect in childrenʼs book reviews in a digital library /
  • Sheri Anita Massey, Allison Druin, and Ann Carlson Weeks
  • Emotional entanglements on the university campus : the role of affect in undergraduatesʼ information behaviors /
  • Lisa M. Given
  • Understanding the rogue user /
  • Rich Gazan
  • Affective dimensions of information seeking in the context of reading /
  • Lynne (E.F.) McKechnie, Catherine Sheldrick Ross, and Paulette Rothbauer
  • Memory of frustrating experiences /
  • Helena M. Mentis
  • Understanding the information behavior of stay-at-home mothers through affect /
  • Karen E. Fisher and Carol F. Landry
  • Critical thinking disposition and library anxiety : a mixed methods investigation /
  • Nahyun Kwon
  • Experiencing information literacy affectively /
  • Heidi Julien
  • The affective dimensions of information behaviour : a small world perspective /
  • Susan Hayter
  • Emotions in information seeking of blind people /
  • Wooseob Jeong
  • Affective factors in information seeking during the cross-cultural learning process of international doctoral students in library and information science education /
  • Bharat Mehra.