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Journal of Information Science

1997 Volume 23, Number 3

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Table of Contents

Number of articles: 5

  1. Health Information: A Role for Public Access Systems?

    Caroline A. Stevens

    A survey examined the degree to which community information systems provide consumer health information in the United Kingdom. Discusses the extent and nature of this information versus government ... More

    pp. 175-86

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  2. The Information Superhighway: A Review of Some Determining Factors

    Tony Cawkell

    Examines consumer services delivered via the Internet. Discusses social and political factors (regulation, commercial alliances, copyright), specific applications (home banking and shopping,... More

    pp. 187-208

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  3. Rights and Responsibilities in the Digital Age: Problems with Stronger Copyright in an Information Society

    Tamara Eisenschitz & Paul Turner

    Discusses three issues: (1) copyright and the effects of technological change and the trend to commodify information; (2) the interests involved; and (3) the "Green Paper," a proposal by the... More

    pp. 209-23

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  4. Information Skills for an Electronic World: Training Doctoral Research Students

    Christine A. Barry

    Outlines needs and strategies for electronic research skills training as part of the supervision of doctoral students. Discusses the training role of academic librarians, the role and skill level... More

    pp. 225-38

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  5. Effective Intra-Organizational Information Exchange

    Anitesh Barua

    A game-theory approach to illustrating elements of organizational culture can help to achieve desirable information exchange by aligning individual and organizational goals. The game approach... More

    pp. 239-48

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