Information transfer processes, Other Management

Information Transfer Processes:

This section is intended to take note of (a) the information transfer process among the users of information on the subject; (b) the information seeking Behaviour of persons specialising in the subject; and (c) typical information queries on the subject. Information about these aspects of the subject is to be collected primarily from documents dealing with these aspects as a whole, or some portion of it, or some broader subject comprehending-the subject concerned. When no such specific treatment is available, general information on information transfer processes and information seeking behaviors is to be taken note of. Typical information queries on the subject may have to be formulated on the analogy of such queries in other subjects; for, in the majority of cases, they may not be readily available.

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