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Citizenship information research at the School of Information and Media.

Marcella, Rita; Baxter, Graeme

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Rita Marcella



Abstract

Discusses recent and current research into citizenship information needs at the School of Information and Media, The Robert Gordon University, Aberdeen. Reviews the most important results from two large-scale, nation-wide surveys (funded by the British Library Research and Innovation Centre) of the citizenship information needs of the UK public, highlighting those occasions where the response in Scotland differed significantly from national trends. Outlines a current project, funded by the Economic and Social Research Council, studying the impact of the use of information and communication technologies on the communication of parliamentary information in the UK, with particular attention being paid to the situation in the three new devolved legislatures - the Scottish Parliament, the National Assembly of Wales and the Northern Ireland Assembly. The paper summarises the aims and objectives of the current project and provides a preview of the methodologies to be used, including the development of a novel interactive, electronically assisted interview technique.

Citation

MARCELLA, R. and BAXTER, G. 2000. Citizenship information research at the School of Information and Media. Presented at the 7th Information for Scotland conference, 16 November 2000, Edinburgh, UK.

Presentation Conference Type Lecture
Conference Name 7th Information for Scotland conference
Conference Location Edinburgh, UK
Start Date Nov 16, 2000
Deposit Date Aug 25, 2017
Publicly Available Date Aug 25, 2017
Keywords Citizenship information; UK; Scotland; Information and communication technologies; Parliamentary information; Scottish Parliament; National Assembly of Wales; Northern Ireland Assembly
Public URL http://hdl.handle.net/10059/2469
Related Public URLs http://hdl.handle.net/10059/130

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