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Library and Information Science papers in Social Sciences, W

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  1. This study suweyed Weblog users online to investigate how credible they view blogs as compared to traditional media as weil as other online sources. This study also explores the degree to which reliance on Weblogs as well as traditional and online…
  2. Background: Metabolic syndrome (MetS) is known to increase the risk of cardiovascular disease. C-reactive protein (CRP) has been reported to be elevated in subjects with MetS. However, which component of MetS contributes mostly to the elevation has…
  3. The importance of including contextual factors when studying information behaviour is illustrated using findings from a recent field study in which ethnographic methods and social network theory are used to investigate the flow of human services…
  4. BACKGROUND: Long waiting times for elective surgical treatment threaten timely care provision in several countries. The purpose of this study was to assess the impact of waiting for elective general surgery on the quality of life and psychosocial…
  5. Under the leadership of the US Department of Homeland Security (DHS), researchers at the Pacific Northwest National Laboratory (PNNL) established a research center focusing on the discipline of visual analytics in 2004. A year later, the center led…
  6. Bullying, a pernicious problem in American schools, is aggressive behavior distinguished by unequal power and the intention to cause physical, social, or emotional harm to others (Olweus, 1991; Smith & Brain, 2000). Quality may be especially…
  7. Background: Older workers are less physically active and have a higher rate and cost of injury than younger workers and so have reduced work-ability. Concurrently, sedentary behaviour in the workplace, in transport and in the home is increasing and…
  8. Technology is increasingly being incorporated into people's day-to-day social relationships, particularly for people whose friendships occupy the center of their social lives. In the following paper we discuss a co-located social group's tendency…
  9. Texting-using a mobile phone to send text messages-has become a form of mass communication. Building on studies that described how British teenagers have incorporated text messaging into their lives, we examine the purposes and nature of the…
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