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ISSN: 2690-5752

Journal of Anthropological and Archaeological Sciences

Editorial(ISSN: 2690-5752)

Human Being and Their Information Needs Volume 4 - Issue 4

Juan José Calva González*

  • National Autonomous University of Mexico. Institute of Librarianship and Information Research, Mexico

Received:July 20, 2021   Published: July 27, 2021

Corresponding author:Juan José Calva González, Researcher, Institute of Librarianship and Information Research, National Autonomous University of México, Mexico

DOI: 10.32474/JAAS.2021.04.000195


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A reflection is exposed as the human being is a living being within the taxonomy; but also from another point of view, he is a cognitive being, a psychological being, a social being, a communicational being and an informational being. It is briefly explained how this point of view can be seen from the perspective of the information needs that as a human being has had throughout its evolution.

The question: why does the human being keep their knowledge, their ideas or their feelings?, It is the one that guides the reflections that are presented taking as a starting point the preservation of knowledge and information as part of the human being.

It is also concluded that research on information needs, informational behavior and satisfaction are essential for the development of him as a human being.

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