Dalhousie Journal of Interdisciplinary Management

This journal publishes high quality work by Dalhousie graduate students in all areas of management.

The Dalhousie Journal of Interdisciplinary Management is a student-led initiative aimed at publishing Dalhousie graduate student work of the highest quality and significance in all areas of management.


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Vol 12, No 1

Table of Contents


Weaponised Information : The role of information and metaphor in Buffy the Vampire Slayer PDF
Jacob A Ericson
Implementing Research Data Management Services in a Canadian Context PDF
Tess Grynoch
De-myth-tifying the gender digital divide in Latin America: libraries as intermediaries in bridging the gap PDF
Lauren Bull
Do We need Data Literacy? Public Perceptions Regarding Canada’s Open Data Initiative PDF
Michelle Boychuk, Mark Cousins, Amanda Lloyd, Charlotte MacKeigan
Bibliotherapy: How Public Libraries can Support their Communities’ Mental Health PDF
Keri McCaffrey
Symphonies in the stacks : how libraries can aid in classical music’s revitalization PDF
Diana Doublet
Librarians and Computer Programming: Understanding the role of programming within the profession of librarianship PDF
Domenic Anthony Rosati
Copyright issues in Archives PDF
Andrea Kampen
Is Introversion an Obstacle in Tacit Knowledge Sharing through Socialization? A Study on how Personality Traits Influence Knowledge Sharing Behavior PDF
Anne Karete Nowers Hvidsten
Alternate routes for the transfer of emergency health information PDF
Noramay McGruer

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