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Information Cycle  

How information is produced, where it comes from, how it changes over time, and how it can affect YOUR research
Last Updated: Nov 23, 2014 URL: Print Guide RSS UpdatesEmail Alerts

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What is the Information Cycle?

The term "Information Cycle" refers to the way that information is produced and distributed, and how it changes over time. Usually, it's used to describe the progression of media coverage relating to a particular newsworthy event or topic.

Understanding how the information cycle works will help you to know what kinds of information may be available on your topic as you locate and evaluate research sources.

The progression of the information cycle is connected to the amount of time after an event:


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