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Here you find a first circumspective trial of an investigation of the traditionally named "queen of science", Philosophy, two thousand years old and - direct opposite - the only a half century old Information ... Looking out of Information Science (IS) it´s a dangerous attempt to compare this relative new science direct with Philosophy. ... Information Science is an Applied Science and has new Theories -Philosophy is a Theoretical Science only and has no goal of (sophistic) usage. ...doi:10.6084/m9.figshare.6463034.v1 fatcat:thiwoxshkfhgximzleqxngfijy
Library & Information Science Abstracts
(AG 9303280 Information science: the study of postmodern knowledge usage. G. Wersig. Information Processing & Management, 29 (2) Mar/Apr 93, p.229-39. il.refs. ... with information science, to the study and management of information flow; a part of sociology; and a part of political science. ...
The study discovered a strong positive relationship between the amount of IT usage and non-traditional dimensions, invoking the notion of an organic, "informated" organization. ... This particularly applies to their information aspects, such as the role of information technology (IT), and exchanges of information and knowledge. ... Acknowledgment My sincere thanks are extended to the colleagues who helped me through the present study-Jeffrey Katzer, Rolf Wigand, Murali Venkatesh, and Robert Benjamin, as well as to anonymous reviewers ...doi:10.1002/(sici)1097-4571(1998110)49:13<1224::aid-asi8>3.0.co;2-v fatcat:c2aywarpxje53dlxpltmxsceuq
Prior research has identified the similarity of Action Research (AR) and Design Science Research (DSR). ... We identify that often AR does not share the paradigmatic assumptions and the research interests of DSR, that some activities in DSR are always mutually exclusive from AR, and that there may be no, little ... Design Science Research To our knowledge, there is no widely accepted definition of Design Science Research. ...dblp:conf/ecis/IivariV09 fatcat:y2yftpvcpvabtiyixat26saweq
Philosophy of Technology and Engineering Sciences
We will focus on philosophical theories of the 'information society', epistemological and ontological issues in relation to Internet information and virtuality, the philosophical study of social life online ... We then consider studies of the fundamental nature and basic principles of computing and computational systems, before moving on to philosophy of computer science, which investigates the nature, scope ... Acknowledgments The authors would like to thank the following individuals for their helpful comments and Alasdair Urquhart. ...doi:10.1016/b978-0-444-51667-1.50051-3 fatcat:ep2eoapcozgpznouvcgosvj5qq
Library & Information Science Abstracts
Original LIBRARY & INFORMATION SCIENCE ABSTRACTS ... Original abstract-amended. 6056 Efficient decoding of compressed data. M. A. Bassiouni and A. Mukherjee. Journal of the American Society for Information Science, 46 (1) Jan 95, p.1-8. il.tables.refs. ...
This is the purpose of data storytelling: to literally tell a story about the data analyses to, in some way, impart knowledge or affect change among the audience. ... It then discusses (in the form of a reflective discussion) how the art of data storytelling may be improved and activated to promote social justice themes by reflecting on the effectiveness of storytelling ... Data Storytelling in Library and Information Science Libraries frequently leverage data to demonstrate usage and other facets of library operations, though not always using storytelling to make this data ...doi:10.33137/ijidi.v6i1.37027 fatcat:rd5ejgcf2vhqbokrc7msbxtg4a
International Journal of Pedagogies and Learning
An enquiry is made about the nature of the soul at the dawn of premodernism, at the dawn of modernism and in the era of postmodernism. ... The enquiry is used to support the view that, even in today's politically correct and morally relativist world, science (and by default science education) should continue to predicate its activity on, ... towards a New Theory of Vision" (thought of by some as a work of science) and the "Principles of Human Knowledge" (thought of by some as highly metaphysical). ...doi:10.5172/ijpl.1.2.33 fatcat:d4imnrmc3vgglbvcbwfynqa23y
He holds a Ph.D. in information studies and an M.Sc. in information management (both from the University of Sheffield), and an M.A. in philosophy and social theory (from the University of Cambridge). ... Usage of the term "evidence" in the philosophies of science, law, and history is briefly reviewed; candidates for necessary conditions of evidentiariness are identified and examined; and taxonomies are ... Archives work (and archival science) may be distinguished from librarianship (and library and information science), and again from museum work (and museum studies), in many respects. ...doi:10.1007/s10502-005-2594-8 fatcat:doln3skjyza5xgnhpzqsfuyhvm
Whether and in what way a design science discourse can actually promote knowledge in the field of IS is a different matter. ... Acquiring knowledge about information systems employed in an organisational context requires the application of both research paradigms: Starting from pre-scientific observation of IS and information technology ...dblp:conf/ecis/Stahl08 fatcat:h4b4yu6s4fgobdgqgzqyymm5du
Annotation. e issues of the scientist's growing social responsibility for the results of scienti c research are considered in this article. ... In this regard, ethic parameters of scienti c studies have to be discussed. ... of social eld. e revision of the theoretical bases of the image of science in the information society is required in the conditions of systematic and unpredictable changes. ...doi:10.15823/su.2015.40 fatcat:66fuihpc35d2jmiqjj7rdwcrni
of the science she studies. ... Putnam's point is that speakers normally know what they mean from the context of usage, except for 'hard cases' that require experts who spend their time studying what distinguishes p from ~p. ...doi:10.4245/sponge.v1i1.2969 fatcat:syz4bnufi5ainlfmlpkwotc2bi
This article discusses the relationship between the informing science and information view of organization. ... Both approaches are described, similarities and differences between them demonstrated, and the contribution of the latter to the former discussed. ... knowledge as an object of study") and "framework" ("a basic conceptual structure, as of ideas"), I prefer to use the term "informing science framework" rather than "informing science." ...doi:10.28945/921 fatcat:fdvjyq56ozdxnjomzhnjqlldsi
emerging discipline of science studies. ... Indeed, SB themselves repeatedly claim that the factual mistakes they highlight are not the main point of their argument; it is the irrelevant usage of the science that concerns them. ... Felicity Mellor is a theoretical physicist and lecturer in Science in Context in the School of Interdisciplinary Sciences at the University of the West of England, Bristol. ...doi:10.1088/0963-6625/8/1/004 fatcat:ndtvt7giwjc77jtk6llqngzktq
BuRRELL (1988) Modernism, postmodernism and organizational analysis: an introduction. Organizational Studies 9, 91-112. . G. BuRRELL (1989) Postmodernism—threat or opportunity? ... Power shapes the development of knowledge and knowledge assists the exercise of power. ...doi:10.1057/jors.1992.1 fatcat:boub42mfkvdhvn4tefpbdjoht4
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