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Bravehearts or tim'rous beasties? A decade of research into online election campaigns in Scotland.
Over the last ten years, the authors have conducted a series of investigations into the use of the Internet by political parties and individual candidates during parliamentary at the Scottish political arena. This paper ...
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. ...
Empowering information literacy and continuing professional development of librarians: new paradigms for learning.
Information professionals play a key role in facilitating and advocating the development of information literacy in educational, organizational and everyday life contexts. However, their information literacy continuing ...
Biting the league table that feeds: reflections on managerialism at work within U.K. university sustainability agendas.
Most proponents of ecological sustainability within universities seem to have found a space where they feel they can more or less shrug off the need for such meaningful critical reflection. There has been a preoccupation ...
A systems view of youth business start-ups in the Arab countries: influences and barriers.
(Middlesex University Dubai., 2013-11)
Purpose – After the Arab spring, much attention has been devoted recently to diffuse the boiling situation across the Arab world. A number of policies have been introduced by governments. Amongst of them, it is to encourage ...
Open for business? An historical, comparative study of public access to information about two controversial coastal developments in North-east Scotland.
(Robert Gordon University, 2013-06-25)
This study looks as two controversial costal developments in North-east Scotland and to identify what information was made publicly available and what impact this may have had on public engagement in planning and decision-making ...