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Christopher Hinson

Instructor

chinson@emporia.edu
William Allen White Library, Room 415
620-341-5698

Degrees

PhD, MLIS, MS, Florida State University


Research Interests:

Informatics
Information Policy
Competitive Intelligence
Political Forensics

Scholarly and Professional Activities:

Beta Phi Mu International Library and Information Studies Honor Society; Pi Sigma Alpha National Political Science Honor Society; American Academy of Certified Public Managers

Selected Publications and Presentations:

Book Chapters

Hinson, C. L. (2013). "Normalizing the SCAD Heuristic." In A. Kakabadse, M.T. Witt, & A. Kouzmin (Eds.). SCADS: State Crimes against Democracy: Political Forensics in Public Affairs. UK: Palgrave Macmillan, (peer reviewed).


Articles

Hinson, C. L. (2010). “Negative Information Action: Danger for Democracy.” American Behavioral Scientist, 53(6), 826-847, (peer reviewed).

Capps, J. & Hinson, C. L. (2009).”JELIS Connections.” Journal of Education for Library and Information Science, 50(2), 59-67, (peer reviewed).

Hinson, C. L. (2005). “Legal Informatics: Opportunities for Information Science.” Journal of Education for Library and Information Science,46(2), 134-153, (peer reviewed).


Presentations

“Negative Information Action: Impact on Democracy,” Public Administration Theory Network Conference, Virginia Commonwealth University, Richmond, Virginia, May 2008.