Ljudsko informacijsko ponašanje: kritička analiza ključnih koncepata i modela Ima li napretka u razvoju paradigme o ljudskom informacijskom ponašanju?

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Indira Kasapović
http://orcid.org/0000-0002-0269-2093

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Cilj. Ovaj rad teži prikazati dominantna tumačenja informacijskog ponašanja i utvrditi nesuglasice i prijepore u konceptualizaciji ključnih pojmova u polju te proširiti diskurs o fenomenu informacijskog ponašanja.


Pristup/metodologija/dizajn. Članak analizira definicije i modele nekih od najutjecajnijih autora u području informacijskog ponašanja i ukazuje na terminološke nedoumice i probleme u definiranju ključnih koncepata. Predlaže alternativni pristup za poboljšanje konceptualizacije i modela o ljudskom informacijskom ponašanju. Članak također utvrđuje nedovoljno istražene teme koje su vrijedne proučavanja.


Rezultati. Konceptualizacija ključnih pojmova koji se odnose na informacijsko ponašanje intenzivno se razvija i mijenja tijekom vremena. Unatoč značajnom porastu literature, još uvijek nedostaje konsenzus o terminološkim problemima iza kojih se ponekad kriju dublje paradigmatske dileme. I dalje se osjeća potreba za kohezivnom teorijom, preciznijim definiranjem i sveobuhvatnijim modelima te proširenjem fokusa s individualnog i kognitivnog na holistički pristup koji suštinski uključuje društvene i kulturalne čimbenike informacijskog ponašanja.


Originalnost/vrijednost: Članak pridonosi sveobuhvatnijem razumijevanju fenomena informacijskog ponašanja koje će olakšati dizajniranje budućih istraživanja.


Ograničenja: Rad koristi selektivni pregled literature.

Ključne riječi

informacijsko ponašanje, interakcija čovjeka i informacije, kontekst informacijskog ponašanja, ljudsko informacijsko ponašanje, ponašanje pri traženju informacija

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Kasapović, I. Ljudsko informacijsko ponašanje: kritička analiza ključnih koncepata i modela. // Vjesnik bibliotekara Hrvatske , 33-57. doi:10.30754/vbh.65.1.928
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