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Can two established information models explain the information behaviour of visually impaired people seeking health and social care information?
Beverley, C.A.; Bath, P.A.; Barber, R.
Knowledge of information behaviour and its relevance to the design of people-centred information products and services
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Purls of wisdom: A collectivist study of human information behaviour in a public library knitting group
Prigoda, Elena; McKenzie, Pamela J.
Affordance theory: a framework for graduate students' information behavior
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Information creation and the notion of membership
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