BiographyKristina Shiroma is a doctoral student researching how aging adults share, search, and adopt information to make decisions in life course processes including death and dying. She is interested in information as it applies to cross-cultural gerontology and socio-cultural aspects of health in aging populations. During her Master's degree in Library and Information Studies at Texas Woman's University, she focused on aging adults and reminiscence facilitated through information agencies. Her work includes archivist and grant writer for Collin County Historical Museum.
DegreesB.A. in Literary Studies, summa cum laude, 2011, University of Texas at Dallas; M.L.I.S, 2017, Texas Woman's University
Areas Of Specialization
Cultural and Gender Aspects of Information
Human Factors In Information Retrieval
Human Information Behavior
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