In vol. 6, 1976, of Advances in Librarianship, I published a review about relevance under the same title, without, of course, “Part I” in the title (Saracevic, 1976). [A substantively similar article was published in the Journal of the American Society for Information Science (Saracevic, 1975)]. I did not plan then to have another related review 30 years later—but things happen. The 1976 work “attempted to trace the evolution of thinking on relevance, a key notion in information science, [and] to provide a framework within which the widely dissonant ideas on relevance might be interpreted and related to one another” (ibid.: 338).
Saracevic, T. (2006), "Relevance: A Review of the Literature and a Framework for Thinking on the Notion in Information Science. Part II", Nitecki, D.A. and Abels, E.G. (Ed.) Advances in Librarianship (Advances in Librarianship, Vol. 30), Emerald Group Publishing Limited, Bingley, pp. 3-71. https://doi.org/10.1016/S0065-2830(06)30001-3
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