Brazilian Journal of Information Science: research trends

The Brazilian Journal of Information Science: Research Trends (BRAJIS) is a peer-reviewed, open access scientific journal, published by the Graduate Program in Information Science - São Paulo State University - UNESP, campus of Marília - Brazil. Its target audience is researchers, professors, professionals and students of Information Science and its sub-areas. BRAJIS publishes articles resulting from theoretical or empirical research, as well as translation of classical or fundamental texts related to the broad field of Information Science. Thus, all articles should highlight to what extent their theme is current and relevant to the theoretical-methodological universe of Information Science, considering the specialized literature in the area, including classic texts and also texts published in the last five years. Priority will be given to articles that bring a broader theoretical and / or methodological contribution to the field of Information Science, on an international level.


Keywords: information science; Archival Science; Librarianship; Museology;

ISSN: 1981-1640


Subject: Library and Information Science

Publisher: Unesp São Paulo State University

Year: 2006

Country: Brazil

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