Curiosity driven search experiences

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Millan Cifuentes, J. D.;
  • Subject: QA75

Casual-Leisure Search describes any behaviour that allows people to express and satisfy hedonistic needs rather than information needs as part of the information-seeking process. For example, individuals who search their social media universe for hours after a long day ... View more
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