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