Journal of Documentation

Category:

Library and Information Studies

Table Of Contents: Volume 48 Issue 2

TOWARDS THE USE OF SITUATIONAL INFORMATION IN INFORMATION RETRIEVAL

ROBERT N. ODDY, ELIZABETH DUROSS LIDDY, BHASKARAN BALAKRISHNAN, ANN BISHOP, JOSEPH ELEWONONI, EILEEN MARTIN

This paper is an exploratory study of one approach to incorporating situational information into information retrieval systems, drawing on principles and methods of…

THE PUBLICATION AND AVAILABILITY OF SCIENTIFIC AND TECHNICAL PAPERS: AN ANALYSIS OF REQUIREMENTS AND THE SUITABILITY OF DIFFERENT MEANS OF MEETING THEM

MAURICE B. LINE

Any system of making scientific and technical articles available must meet a reasonable number of the requirements of the main players in the system: authors, publishers…

PATTERNS OF ACKNOWLEDGEMENT

BLAISE CRONIN, GAIL MCKENZIE, MICHAEL STIFFLER

Personal acknowledgements are commonplace in the scholarly communication process. The scale and significance of the phenomenon vary from field to field, and from journal…

THE CONCEPT OF ‘SUBJECT’ IN INFORMATION SCIENCE

BIRGER HJØRLAND

This article presents a theoretical investigation of the concept of ‘subject’ or ‘subject matter’ in library and information science. Most conceptions of ‘subject’ in the…

ISSN:

0022-0418

Online date, start – end:

1945

Copyright Holder:

Emerald Publishing Limited

Open access:

hybrid

Editor:

  • Prof David Bawden