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Volume 1 (2003)
Identifying and Ranking Factors Affecting Customer loyalty in Public Libraries: Synthesis of studies conducted in this field

Mansoor Koohi Rostami; Mohammad Hassan Azimi; Samira Dibah

Volume 22, Issue 1 , January 2024, , Pages 107-127


  This research has been conducted to identify and rank factors affecting customer loyalty in public libraries in Iran. This research is applied in terms of purpose and mixed (qualitative-quantitative) for the data type. In the first step, 45 articles on library customers’ loyalty were selected and ...  Read More

Determining the Knowledge Components Affecting Intelligent Knowledge Extraction: A Meta-Synthesis

Mila Malekolkalami; Mohammad Hassanzadeh; Atefeh Sharif; Mansoor Rezghi

Volume 21, Issue 3 , July 2023, , Pages 67-93


  Considering the importance of knowledge extraction as one of the stages of knowledge acquisition in the organization, this article aims to identify the effective components and dimensions of intelligent knowledge extraction and determine the importance of each one. Using the seven-step method of Wilson ...  Read More

A Framework for Assessing the Quality of Wikipedia Articles: A Meta-synthesis of the Literature

Fatemeh Fahimnia; Mansoureh Damerchiloo; Mohammad Khandan; Mahshid Eltemasi

Volume 20, Issue 1 , January 2022

  This study aimed to design and validate an information quality assessment framework based on the systematic review of the literature. A meta-synthesis method was applied to identify features and dimensions for designing the framework for assessing the quality of Wikipedia. Following this, the validity ...  Read More

Solutions for Social Media Harms: An Media ecological perspective

Farhad Seraji; Ashab Habibzadeh; Akbar Rezazadeh

Volume 19, Issue 1 , December 2021, , Pages 187-206

  The present study aims to work out solutions for reducing Social Media(SM) harms based on the media ecological perspective. According to media ecology perspective, SM should be addressed at micro-, meso-, exo-, macro-, and chrono-levels. Drawing on meta-synthesis method, Magiran, SID, Noormags, ScienceDirect, ...  Read More