The Usage and Impact of ICTs during the Covid-19 Pandemic (Routledge Studies in Library and Information Science)

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This book Pushes the boundaries of information science research with timely and critical research questions Showcases information science research in the context of COVID-19, by specifically accentuating sociotechnical practices, activities, and ICT interventions during the pandemic. Takes an interdisciplinary approach as it consists of research studies on the intersections between ICTs and health, culture, social interaction, civic engagement, information dissemination, work, and education. Applies a range of research methods, including questionnaire surveys, content analyses, and case studies from countries in Asia, Europe, and America, as well as global and international comparisons.

Will be of interest to scholars and students in information and library science, particularly those interested in the social aspect of the information society.

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ISBN-13: 9781032139746
ISBN-10: 1032139749
Pagini: 280
Ilustrații: 38 Tables, black and white; 9 Line drawings, black and white; 11 Halftones, black and white; 20 Illustrations, black and white
Greutate: 0.7 kg
Editura: Taylor & Francis Ltd.
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Notă biografică

Shengnan Yang is a PhD candidate in the Luddy School of Informatics, Computing, and Engineering at Indiana University in Bloomington. Her main areas of research focus on social informatics, information policy, and digital inequality.
Xiaohua (Awa) Zhu is an Associate Professor at the School of Information Sciences at the University of Tennessee, Knoxville. Her research focuses on digital rights, information policy, social informatics, and academic libraries.
Pnina Fichman is a Professor of Information Science at the Luddy School of Informatics Computing and Engineering, and the Director of the Rob Kling Center for Social Informatics at Indiana University, Bloomington. She has published five co-authored/edited books and over a hundred peer reviewed journal articles, conference papers, and book chapters about social informatics, trolling, information mediation, and communities of practice.


Introduction: Social Informatics in the Context of the COVID-19 Pandemic; Part I: Governance; 1. Towards a Sociotechnical Framework for Misinformation Policy Analysis; 2. Governing Privacy as Contexts Overlap During Crisis; Part 2: Community; 3. A Social Informatics Approach to Online Community of Practice of Art Recreation Challenge on Instagram During COVID-19; 4. Treating a Viral Culture: Using Cultural Competency and Social Informatics to Design Contextualized Information Literacy Efforts for Specific Social Information Cultures; Part 3: Information Behavior; 5. Information Behavior and Emotion Change in Public Health Emergency of International Concern: A Case Study of Middle-Aged People; 6. Evolution of Discussion Topics in Online Depression Self-Help Groups Before, During, and After COVID-19 Lockdown in China; 7. Public Engagement With Science During and about COVID-19 via Twitter; Part 4: Everyday life; 8. From Paperless Offices to Peopleless Offices: The Effects of Enforced ICT Usage During Covid-19 Lockdowns on Workplace¿s Information Practices; 9. Algorithmic Assemblages, the Natural Attitude, and the Social Informatics of the Pandemic Lifeworld