Title

The combined conceptual life-cycle model of information quality: Part 1, an investigative framework

Document Type

Journal Article

Publisher

Inderscience

Editor(s)

Prof. Latif Al-Hakim

Faculty

Faculty of Computing, Health and Science

School

School of Computer and Security Science / eHealth

RAS ID

12355

Comments

This article was originally published as: Knight, S. (2011). The combined conceptual life-cycle model of information quality: Part 1, an investigative framework. International Journal of Information Quality, 2(3), 205-230. Original article available here

Abstract

Systems information quality (IQ) investigative frameworks, thus far, lack a widely accepted model with which researchers can conceptualise the context of their study, and identify the important IQ characteristics to be examined and empirically tested. The result is a widely varied body of literature lacking a coherent and consistent approach to identifying and measuring systems IQ. Presented is the combined conceptual life cycle (CC/LC) model of IQ, a framework which enables researchers to develop a more accurate research lens through which to examine user/information interaction and perceptions of IQ. Importantly, the CC/LC is the first framework of its kind which can be used to address user IQ perceptions from either an information production and/or information retrieval perspective

 

Link to publisher version (DOI)

10.1504/IJIQ.2011.040669