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Communication research and graduate information science programs: a `hyperdisciplinary' web

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2 Author(s)
F. DeHart ; Sch. of Libr. & Inf. Manage., Emporia State Univ., KS, USA ; M. Meder

The potential role of communication research in a graduate information science curriculum is examined. Emphasis is on whether learning can be organized in a way that leads to a reshaping of the relatedness of the communication and information science disciplines and their methods of inquiry. Implications for graduate programs in information science are examined, including the appropriateness of treating the nature and methodology of communication research in particular courses. Insights and examples are drawn from a pilot study involving faculty in a master of library science degree program

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System Sciences, 1989. Vol.IV: Emerging Technologies and Applications Track, Proceedings of the Twenty-Second Annual Hawaii International Conference on  (Volume:4 )

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3-6 Jan 1989