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Fall 8-27-2021

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Abstract

The study explores analysis of information needs and information-seeking behaviour models. The methodology includes a study of various information behaviour models selected randomly, a systematic review of the subject literature, types of models and the exploration of relevant qualitative research methods. The paper shows how the different factors influence the information needs of user groups. Different viewers’ opinions on various models have been analyzed and at the same time the testing groups of each model have also been identified. The study concludes that each model represents a different but also an overlapping or similar approach to information-seeking behaviour research. The study on conceptual analysis of 24 different types of model, models name, year and types related information behaviour, studies examining the above issue, with a focus on the scrutiny of six major models for information behavior.

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