Jenny Bronstein

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The study investigated the process of information channel selection of Jewish studies scholars in Israel according to two theoretical frameworks, the 'cost–benefit ratio' that focused on the quality of the information provided by the channel and the 'least effort principle' that focused on the accessibility of the channel. The study sought to identify which(More)
Introduction The advent of the internet and the quick and easy access it provides to vast amounts of digital information sources have greatly affected the ways users interact with information sources and have make them more independent information savvy users. Libraries, once having a monopoly on the delivery of information were now considered by users as a(More)
Purpose – The aim of this study is to investigate the creation of a virtual presence in personal blogs through self-presentation and self-disclosure. Five elements of self-presentation and self-disclosure were examined: the way bloggers present themselves in their blogs; the degree and frequency of disclosure of personal information in the blogs; the(More)