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Critical incident technique as a tool for gathering data as part of a qualitative study of information seeking behaviour.
(Academic Conferences and Publishing Limited., 2013-07)
Since devised by Flanagan in 1954 as a tool to explore what people do to achieve an organisational aim, the critical incident technique (CIT) has been used in various disciplines as a method of understanding human behaviour. ...
Voters’ information behaviour when using political actors’ web sites during the 2011 Scottish Parliament election campaign.
Purpose – The purpose of this paper is to report the results of a study of voters' online behaviour conducted during the 2011 Scottish parliamentary election campaign. Design/methodology/approach – The study used an ...
Goin' Holyrood? A study of voters' online information behaviour when using parties' and candidates' websites during the 2011 Scottish Parliament election campaign.
This paper reports the results of a study of voters' online behaviour conducted during the 2011 Scottish Parliamentary election campaign. Here, 64 citizens of Aberdeen, North-east Scotland, were observed and questioned ...
Voters' online information behaviour and response to campaign content during the Scottish referendum on independence.
Research into the public's motivations for, and barriers to, the use of referendum campaign sites was carried out in the final weeks before the 2014 vote on Scottish independence. As a qualitative study, drawing on 54 ...
The 2014 Scottish independence referendum: a study of voters' online information behaviour.
(University of Boras, 2014-09-02)
Introduction. The paper will present the preliminary results of a study of voters' online information behaviour being conducted during the 2014 Scottish independence referendum campaign. The referendum provides a rare ...