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A Social Approach as a Metatheory to Understand Everyday Information Practices of the Disadvantaged
사회 취약계층의 일상적 정보행태 연구를 위한 메타이론: 사회적 접근법

Joung Hwa Koo
2016 Journal of the Korean BIBLIA Society for library and Information Science  
The study reviews theoretical and empirical research literature in information needs, seeking and uses in order to search for the most pertinent metatheories for studying information practices of the disadvantaged  ...  and the main findings from information practices of the disadvantaged.  ...  or affective approaches such as preferences of interpersonal and informal information exchanges or significant roles of information gatekeepers as social referents and information intermediaries.  ... 
doi:10.14699/kbiblia.2016.27.1.313 fatcat:qqqh5bkzk5fgla364zk4zymqxa

Information Brokering in Globally Distributed Work: A Workarounds Perspective

Jade Wendy Brooks, Ilan Oshri, M. N. Ravishankar
2018 International Conference on Information Systems  
Past studies have so far taken an interest in the two important roles intermediaries play to effectively broker information. One, where intermediaries connect information between multiple users.  ...  However, in practice, information exchanges bypass the intermediary for various reasons.  ...  SSU informants worked differently with BU teams depending on the size of the country (in terms of income and number of people in the retained finance team) and relationship quality.  ... 
dblp:conf/icis/BrooksOR18 fatcat:idmljanbibdi5o5jpfrtsbpxoi

Social Psychological Analysis of College Students' Abnormal Consumption from the Perspective of "Social Identity"

Kerui Zhang
2022 BCP Business & Management  
", emphasizes the important role of psychological behavior of college students' consumption, and then evaluates the rational and moderate development trend of education consumption.  ...  This paper analyzes the formation of social identity theory, the connotation of consumer identity and the influence mechanism of social identity on consumer behavior, and analyzes the abnormal consumption  ...  intermediary role.  ... 
doi:10.54691/bcpbm.v17i.354 fatcat:forxssa2snhsdbgw4qe5fac5n4

Millennium Development Goal Four and Child Health Inequities in Indonesia: A Systematic Review of the Literature

Julia Schröders, Stig Wall, Hari Kusnanto, Nawi Ng, Yoshihiro Kokubo
2015 PLoS ONE  
and the promotion of actionable health policy recommendations and tailored investments.  ...  PLOS ONE | Conclusion This review calls for enhanced understanding of the determinants and pathways that create, detain, and overcome inequities in child health in resource constraint settings like Indonesia  ...  In this section, we will present the results for each structural (place of residence, income, education, gender, ethnicity) and intermediary (material circumstances, behaviors and biological factors, psychosocial  ... 
doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0123629 pmid:25942491 pmcid:PMC4420469 fatcat:nwi5rjhzxngclmuiifdvzuxvle

Financial intermediation in the securities markets law and economics of conduct of business regulation

Alessio M. Pacces
2000 International Review of Law and Economics  
The economic theory explains the role performed by intermediaries in financial markets. In securities markets, in particular, intermediaries act as facilitators of the financial exchange.  ...  In this context, conduct of business regulation is justified on the basis of structural problems of asymmetric information affecting the relationship between securities professionals and the individual  ...  Opinions expressed in this paper are strictly and entirely personal and do not involve in any manner the institutional position and views of either the Banca d'Italia or the Consob.  ... 
doi:10.1016/s0144-8188(00)00047-8 fatcat:tbvthditz5a77pfpxv675gtjh4

Moving beyond intermediation: How intermediary organizations shape collaboration dynamics in entrepreneurial ecosystems

Roberto Hernández-Chea, Maral Mahdad, Thai Thi Minh, Carsten Nico Hjortsø
2021 Technovation  
Using resource dependence and embeddedness as theoretical lenses, the present research examines the role of incubators in entrepreneurial ecosystem formation and function, and analyzes how intermediation  ...  We discuss these patterns in detail and identify the circumstances in which each is most likely to occur.  ...  The authors would like to thank all respondents of two ecosystems in Nairobi and Kampala who were most generous with their time and availability.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.technovation.2021.102332 fatcat:knt6qp6ulrh7zfxlv4cfeoprsq

Developing health information literacy in disengaged at-risk populations

Steven Buchanan, Emma Nicol
2019 Journal of Documentation  
Purpose: to advance our understanding of the challenges of health information literacy education in disengaged at-risk populations; and from the perspective of professionals out with information professions  ...  Family nurses provide an important information intermediary role, but are unfamiliar with information literacy (IL) concepts and models; consequently, there is limited evidence of client transitions to  ...  Acknowledgments This research was funded by ESRC grant ES/L012634/1: Understanding the Information Needs of Young First Time Mothers from Areas of Multiple Deprivation.  ... 
doi:10.1108/jd-06-2018-0086 fatcat:qxnzceomvjei3dsmlrievahrki

The Changing Role of Nonprofits in the Network Economy

Dov Te'eni, Dennis R. Young
2003 Nonprofit and Voluntary Sector Quarterly  
This article applies economic theory to derive expectations of the changing role of nonprofits in the information age and considers how nonprofits can respond effectively to the new circumstances.  ...  At the same time, the network economy also offers nonprofits special opportunities, including a role as trusted intermediaries to help people cope with a deluge of complex information.  ...  faster increases in productivity and greater dependency on technological skills, and also microeconomic effects, such as sharp declines of mass production and of intermediaries between producers and consumers  ... 
doi:10.1177/0899764003254900 fatcat:67uql36idva6hb4chdba6lc7ji

Asymmetry in Empowering and Disempowering Private Intermediaries

Andreas Kruck
2017 The Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science  
the role of public regulators in (dis-)empowering private governors while neglecting the importance of path-dependence and endogenous shifts of power in dynamic RIT settings.  ...  costs and competitive disadvantage-vehemently lobbied against an extensive regulatory role for CRAs (Lall 2012) .  ... 
doi:10.1177/0002716217691459 fatcat:swk6qpda3raphasf5hp2gcfrba

Daily stress as link between disadvantage and smoking: an ecological momentary assessment study

Tina Jahnel, Stuart G. Ferguson, Saul Shiffman, Benjamin Schüz
2019 BMC Public Health  
Such information would aid in the development and improvement of interventions to reduce social inequality in smoking rates and smoking rates in general.  ...  This resulted in a small significant indirect effect of daily stress experience on social disadvantage and smoking when using education and race as indicator for social disadvantage.  ...  Acknowledgements The authors acknowledge that this research was conducted with the support of an Australian Government Research Training Program Scholarship.  ... 
doi:10.1186/s12889-019-7631-2 pmid:31606051 pmcid:PMC6790015 fatcat:3mjxxeq4vfdnjczmu6xt2cx3wi

Beyond Lawyers: Legal Literacy for the Future

Brett Freudenberg
2016 Social Science Research Network  
In this way, these intermediaries play a role in improving the legal literacy of the population in general.  ...  , but when they do the role of non-lawyer intermediaries can be large.  ... 
doi:10.2139/ssrn.2780195 fatcat:ijzgklkyebhdhmr2obx6v36oce

The Behavior of Contemporary Journalist Oscillates between Socially Responsible Behavior Journalist and the Journalist who Voluntarily Conform Public Opinion and Public Interest

Daniel Stefanov
2016 Risk in Contemporary Economy  
The contemporary journalist usually acts on the six pillars of social responsibility and in order to serve the public interest and public information and training.  ...  New media, the new status of the journalist and new implications of global phenomena determine changing the role of the journalist and mostly voluntary compliance of his needs and dues community to which  ...  Usually the journalist has only an information role and also for complying of the requirements of the community to which he belongs.  ... 
doaj:8321d57318994883963f85f0af057385 fatcat:tufuzm7cafannhbfkyjouru56u

Open or proprietary? Choosing the right crowdsourcing platform for innovation

Eric Schenk, Claude Guittard, Julien Pénin
2017 Technological forecasting & social change  
In particular, the role of transaction costs, network externalities and internal competencies are examined. Following this analysis, a decision-making model is proposed.  ...  This is the second order problem of crowdsourcing for which a theoretical analysis is offered in the present study.  ...  It is precisely the role of CS intermediaries to limit this type of opportunistic behavior, in particular by contracting relationships and organizing the transfer of intellectual property (De Beer et  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.techfore.2017.11.021 fatcat:ncfjitzdfbfqhpfmv3tatnkqcy

Search Costs, Behavioral Biases, and Information Intermediary Effects

David C. Ling, Andy Naranjo, Milena T. Petrova
2016 Journal of real estate finance and economics  
and are at an information disadvantage compared to investors located in closer proximity to the property.  ...  We also test the extent to which informational intermediaries affect the observed premiums and find that the use of a broker increases the acquisition prices of buyers and decreases the disposition prices  ...  relative importance of distance versus behavioral biases and the role of intermediaries has not been carefully examined in the existing literature.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s11146-016-9582-z fatcat:zzzbmfnzpnhupjrvmfegkrzai4

The Asymmetric Impact of Funding Liquidity Risk on the Volatility of Stock Portfolios during the COVID-19 Crisis

Baris Kocaarslan, Ugur Soytas
2021 Sustainability  
In this study, we identify economic transmission channels through which changes in funding liquidity conditions in interbank markets asymmetrically affect volatilities of stock portfolios during the COVID  ...  For the purpose of this study, the quantile regression approach is utilized.  ...  Acknowledgments: This paper is a revised version of a part of the first author's PhD dissertation submitted to the Middle East Technical University, Ankara.  ... 
doi:10.3390/su13042286 fatcat:vnatuyuxl5huzget3ooou4647e
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