“The Invisible Substrate of Information Science”

by Marcia J. Bates – Dept. of Information Studies, University of California, Los Angeles. Copyright © 1999
by John Wiley and Sons – Journal of the American Society for Information Science 50, #12 (1999) 1043-1050.

“The mental activities of the professional practice of the field are seen to center around representation and organization of information rather than knowing information. It is argued that such representation engages fundamentally different talents and skills from those required in other professions and intellectual disciplines. Methodological approaches and values of information science are also considered.”

“Visual Methodologies”

Rose, G. (2003). Visual methodologies. London: Sage. [ISBN 076196664x]
“A critical approach to interpreting images:”
*takes images seriously
*thinks about the social conditions and effects of visual objects
*considers your own way of looking


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