Odabiranje izvora informacija potrebnih u svakodnevnim životnim situacijama istraživanje među adolescentima u Rijeci

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Alica Kolarić, dr. sc.
http://orcid.org/0000-0001-9704-7312
Ivanka Stričević, prof. dr. sc.
http://orcid.org/0000-0001-8677-7619

Sažetak

Cilj. Cilj je rada predstaviti istraživanje o načinu na koji adolescenti odabiru izvore informacija koje su im potrebne u svakodnevnim životnim situacijama. Rezultati daju uvid u kriterije kojima se adolescenti vode pri odabiru izvora.


Pristup/metodologija/dizajn. Pristup je istraživanju dominantno induktivan i interpretativan, a sekvencijalni slijed istraživanja uključuje tri faze. Rezultati predstavljeni u radu nastali su na temelju podataka prikupljenih u trećoj fazi istraživanja, u individualnim intervjuima u kojima je sudjelovalo 18 učenika.


Rezultati. Ispitanici se pri odabiru izvora vode kriterijima koji se grupiraju u četiri tipa: (1) kriteriji koji su povezani s kredibilitetom i kognitivnim autoritetom izvora, (2) kriteriji koji izražavaju kvalitetu odnosa osobnog izvora i osobe koja traži informacije,


(3) kriteriji koji odražavaju namjeru da se osigura dostupnost i jednostavno, brzo i lako stjecanje informacija te (4) kriteriji koji vode stjecanju informacija u formatima koji  su privlačni i lako razumljivi. Jedino vođenje kriterijima prvog tipa pri odabiru izvora informacija jamči da odabrani izvor pruža kvalitetne informacije.


Ograničenja. Rezultati izražavaju stajališta i ponašanja ispitanika koji su sudjelovali u istraživanju i ne predstavljaju populaciju koja nije obuhvaćena srednjoškolskim obrazovanjem.


Praktična primjena. Spoznaje dobivene istraživanjem primjenjive su u osmišljavanju programa informacijskog opismenjavanja mladih te edukacije za donošenje informiranih odluka u svakodnevnom životu.


Originalnost/vrijednost. Rad donosi nove spoznaje o kriterijima koje adolescenti koriste pri odabiru izvora informacija te ih stavlja u kontekst dosadašnjih istraživanja. Istraživanje obuhvaća informacijsko ponašanje adolescenata u svakodnevnom životu, što je nedovoljno istražena tema u Republici Hrvatskoj.


Rad je nastao na temelju disertacije pod nazivom Understanding adolescent information behav   ior from the perspective of informed decision making process, pod mentorstvom prof. dr. sc. Ivanke Stričević i komentorstvom dr. sc. Colleen Cool, prof. emerite te je obranjena na Sveučilištu u Zadru 2020. godine.

Ključne riječi

adolescenti, donošenje odluka, informacijska i medijska pismenost, informacijsko ponašanje, istraživanja, izvori informacija

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Kolarić, A.; I. Stričević. Odabiranje izvora informacija potrebnih u svakodnevnim životnim situacijama. // Vjesnik bibliotekara Hrvatske , 153-176. doi:10.30754/vbh.65.1.934
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