POIZVEDOVANJE IN INDIVIDUALNE RAZLIKE

Polona Vilar, Maja Žumer

Povzetek

IZVLEČEK

Prispevek prikazuje pregled individualnih razlik, na katere naletimo v raziskavah na področju poizvedovanja, s poudarkom na modelih osebnostnih potez, kognitivnih in učnih stilov. Posebej se posveča tistim modelom, katere raziskovalci najpogosteje vključujejo v raziskave informacijskega vedenja, poizvedovanja, zaznav sistemov za poizvedovanje ipd., omeni pa tudi modele, ki v raziskavah dotlej še niso bili prisotni. Obravnava tudi odnos med različnimi modeli individualnih razlik in izbrano stroko, poklicem oziroma akademsko disciplino posameznika. V tem kontekstu predstavi uporabnost preučevanja omenjenih razlik pri načrtovanju sistemov za poizvedovanje.

Ključne besede

poizvedovanje; individualne razlike; osebnostne poteze; kognitivni stili; učni stili; stroka; sistemi za poizvedovanje; načrtovanje

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