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eBook Some sources of children's science information;: An investigation of sources of information and attitudes toward such sources, as used or expressed by children, ePub

by Catharine M Bergen

  • ISBN: 040455881X
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  • Author: Catharine M Bergen
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: AMS Press (1972)
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made to study the use of information sources by the social scientists of Mizoram University. Social Science Information. Scope and Methodology of the Study.

It forms source of Information. An Information Source is a source of information for somebody, . anything that might informs a person about something on provide knowledge to somebody. Traditionally Specking, information Sources would include primarily books, periodicals and newspapers. However, the number and forms of source are continuously increasing. In addition, unpublished sources are becoming increasingly important to scholars. Information sources may be observations, people speeches, documents, pictures, organizations etc. Types of information sources

There is a trend toward using a combination of two or more methods. Parker and Paisley (1966) recognize three types of methods in studying the users of information

There is a trend toward using a combination of two or more methods. Parker and Paisley (1966) recognize three types of methods in studying the users of information. These are (i) by asking people; (ii) by observing its occurrence; and, (iii) by examining the resultant products.

Such sources include: the internet, newspapers, journals, transcripts from radio or.Some people find it easier to work with physical copies of books and journals – to flip through the pages and easily bookmark sections.

Such sources include: the internet, newspapers, journals, transcripts from radio or TV programmes, leaflets, photographs and other artefacts (man-made objects).

Information can be obtained through various means. A source that provides any kind of information is called an information source. There are basically two types of information sources: Primary information sources Secondary. Information can be obtained through various means. There are basically two types of information sources: Primary information sources. Secondary information sources. These sources are then further divided onto different types. Primary Information Sources.

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Evaluate relevant sources of data and information and discuss the criteria for selection of data and information. Qualitative information expresses information that cannot be measured in a numerical formation and answers questions such as How? Why? What?

Evaluate relevant sources of data and information and discuss the criteria for selection of data and information. secondary data is data collected from someone other than the user for example a biography of an individual would be secondary data compared to the person’s auto biography. Qualitative information expresses information that cannot be measured in a numerical formation and answers questions such as How? Why? What?