Documents and the communication of scientific and scholarly information: Revising and updating the UNISIST model

@inproceedings{Sndergaard2003DocumentsAT,
  title={Documents and the communication of scientific and scholarly information: Revising and updating the UNISIST model},
  author={Trine Fjordback S{\o}ndergaard and Jack Andersen and Birger Hj{\o}rland},
  booktitle={J. Documentation},
  year={2003}
}
In 1971 UNISIST proposed a model for scientific and technical communication. This model has been widely cited and additional models have been added to the literature. There is a need to bring this model to the focus of information science (IS) research as well as to update and revise it. There are both empirical and theoretical reasons for this need. On the empirical side much has happened in the developments of electronic communication that needs to be considered. From a theoretical point of… 
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