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1976 - 2022

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Volume 73, issue 6, 2022

Assisting researchers in bibliographic tasks: A new usable, real‐time tool for analyzing bibliographies pp. 757-776 Downloads
Antonina Dattolo and Marco Corbatto
The effects of simulated interruptions on mobile search tasks pp. 777-796 Downloads
Orland Hoeber, Morgan Harvey, Shaheed Ahmed Dewan Sagar and Matthew Pointon
“Not all my friends are friends”: Audience‐group‐based nudges for managing location privacy pp. 797-810 Downloads
Isha Ghosh and Vivek Singh
Does double‐blind peer review reduce bias? Evidence from a top computer science conference pp. 811-819 Downloads
Mengyi Sun, Jainabou Barry Danfa and Misha Teplitskiy
Discovering emerging topics in textual corpora of galleries, libraries, archives, and museums institutions pp. 820-833 Downloads
Gustavo Candela and Rafael C. Carrasco
The data paper as a sociolinguistic epistemic object: A content analysis on the rhetorical moves used in data paper abstracts pp. 834-846 Downloads
Kai Li and Chenyue Jiao
Understanding the effects of message cues on COVID‐19 information sharing on Twitter pp. 847-862 Downloads
Han Zheng, Dion Hoe‐Lian Goh, Edmund Wei Jian Lee, Chei Sian Lee and Yin‐Leng Theng
The representation of argumentation in scientific papers: A comparative analysis of two research areas pp. 863-878 Downloads
Xiaoguang Wang, Ningyuan Song, Huimin Zhou and Hanghang Cheng
The quality of health and wellness self‐tracking data: A consumer perspective pp. 879-891 Downloads
Yan Zhang and Ciaran B. Trace
Knowledge architectures: Structures and semantics. Denise Bedford, Abingdon‐on‐Thames: Routledge, 2021. 544 pp. £120.00 (hardcover). (ISBN 9780367219444) pp. 892-896 Downloads
Deborah Swain

Volume 73, issue 5, 2022

Whose relevance? Web search engines as multisided relevance machines pp. 637-642 Downloads
Olof Sundin, Dirk Lewandowski and Jutta Haider
Relating information seeking and use to intellectual humility pp. 643-654 Downloads
Tim Gorichanaz
Classification and analysis of PubPeer comments: How a web journal club is used pp. 655-670 Downloads
José Luis Ortega
Measuring the citation context of national self‐references pp. 671-686 Downloads
Liyue Chen, Jielan Ding and Vincent Larivière
Heritage as an affective and meaningful information literacy practice: An interdisciplinary approach to the integration of asylum seekers and refugees pp. 687-701 Downloads
Kahina Le Louvier and Perla Innocenti
Letters to the editor and the race for publication metrics pp. 702-707 Downloads
Stewart Manley
Sins of omission: Critical informatics perspectives on privacy in e‐learning systems in higher education pp. 708-725 Downloads
Britt Paris, Rebecca Reynolds and Catherine McGowan
Understanding the spread of COVID‐19 misinformation on social media: The effects of topics and a political leader's nudge pp. 726-737 Downloads
Xiangyu Wang, Min Zhang, Weiguo Fan and Kang Zhao
Studying effectiveness of Web search for fact checking pp. 738-751 Downloads
Maram Hasanain and Tamer Elsayed
The Hype Machine. Sinan Aral. New York, NY: Penguin Random House, 2020. 416 pp. $28.00 (hardcover). (ISBN 9780525574514) pp. 752-754 Downloads
Waseem Afzal

Volume 73, issue 4, 2022

JASIS&T special issue on information behavior and information practices theory pp. 491-493 Downloads
Rebekah Willson, Heidi Julien and Gary Burnett
Advancing information practices theoretical discourses centered on marginality, community, and embodiment: Learning from the experiences of lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer, intersex, and asexual (LGBTQIA+) communities pp. 494-510 Downloads
Vanessa L. Kitzie, Travis L. Wagner, Valerie Lookingbill and Nicolas Vera
Assessing the theoretical potential of an expanded model for everyday information practices pp. 511-527 Downloads
Reijo Savolainen and Leslie Thomson
Making and taking information pp. 528-541 Downloads
Isto Huvila
Factors and outcomes of collaborative information seeking: A mixed studies review with a framework synthesis pp. 542-560 Downloads
Vera Granikov, Reem El Sherif, France Bouthillier and Pierre Pluye
Diffusion of theories and theoretical models in the Ibero‐American research on information behavior pp. 561-578 Downloads
Aurora González‐Teruel, Carlos‐Alberto‐Ávila Araújo and Martha Sabelli
An information behavior theory of transitions pp. 579-593 Downloads
Ian Ruthven
Information behavior patterns: A new theoretical perspective from an empirical study of naturalistic information acquisition pp. 594-608 Downloads
Lo Lee, Melissa G. Ocepek and Stephann Makri
Genre containers: Building a theoretical framework for studying formats in information behavior pp. 609-624 Downloads
Brittany Brannon, Amy G. Buhler, Tara Tobin Cataldo, Ixchel M. Faniel, Lynn Silipigni Connaway, Joyce Kasman Valenza and Christopher Cyr
Methods for a feminist technoscience of information practice: Design justice and speculative futurities pp. 625-634 Downloads
Diana Floegel and Kaitlin L. Costello

Volume 73, issue 3, 2022

Information asymmetry in Wikipedia across different languages: A statistical analysis pp. 347-361 Downloads
Dwaipayan Roy, Sumit Bhatia and Prateek Jain
Authentic versus synthetic: An investigation of the influences of study settings and task configurations on search behaviors pp. 362-375 Downloads
Yiwei Wang and Chirag Shah
The more, the better? The effect of feedback and user's past successes on idea implementation in open innovation communities pp. 376-392 Downloads
Qian Liu, Zhengfa Yang, Xiaofang Cai, Qianzhou Du and Weiguo Fan
Associations between mastery of life and everyday life information‐seeking behavior among older adults: Analysis of the Pew Research Center's information engaged and information wary survey data pp. 393-406 Downloads
Wonchan Choi, Min Sook Park and Yura Lee
Copy theory pp. 407-418 Downloads
Wayne de Fremery and Michael K. Buckland
Are mortgage loan closing delay risks predictable? A predictive analysis using text mining on discussion threads pp. 419-437 Downloads
David M. Goldberg, Nohel Zaman, Arin Brahma and Mariano Aloiso
Sharing information about health‐related resources: Observations from a community resource referral intervention trial in a predominantly African American/Black community pp. 438-448 Downloads
Stacy Tessler Lindau, Jennifer A. Makelarski, Emily M. Abramsohn, David G. Beiser, Kelly Boyd, Elbert S. Huang, Kelsey Paradise and Elizabeth L. Tung
Analyzing clarification in asynchronous information‐seeking conversations pp. 449-471 Downloads
Leila Tavakoli, Hamed Zamani, Falk Scholer, William Bruce Croft and Mark Sanderson
Defining knowledge workers' creation, description, and storage practices as impact on enterprise content management strategy pp. 472-484 Downloads
Camille Mathieu
Information: A Historical Companion. Blair Ann, Duguid Paul, Goeing Anja‐Silvia, and Grafton Anthony Princeton: Princeton University Press, 2021. 904 pp. $65.00 (hardcover). (ISBN: 9780691179544) pp. 485-488 Downloads
Jodi Kearns

Volume 73, issue 2, 2022

JASIST special issue on digital humanities (DH) pp. 143-147 Downloads
Marcia Lei Zeng, Chris Alen Sula, Karen F. Gracy, Eero Hyvönen and Vânia Mara Alves Lima
Digital humanities—A discipline in its own right? An analysis of the role and position of digital humanities in the academic landscape pp. 148-171 Downloads
Jan Luhmann and Manuel Burghardt
Digital humanities as a cross‐disciplinary battleground: An examination of inscriptions in journal publications pp. 172-187 Downloads
Rongqian Ma and Kai Li
Digital humanities in the iSchool pp. 188-203 Downloads
John A. Walsh, Peter J. Cobb, Wayne de Fremery, Koraljka Golub, Humphrey Keah, Jeonghyun Kim, Joseph Kiplang'at, Ying‐Hsang Liu, Simon Mahony, Sam G. Oh, Chris Alen Sula, Ted Underwood and Xiaoguang Wang
Workflow models for aggregating cultural heritage data on the web: A systematic literature review pp. 204-224 Downloads
Joyce Siqueira and Dalton Lopes Martins
Integrated interdisciplinary workflows for research on historical newspapers: Perspectives from humanities scholars, computer scientists, and librarians pp. 225-239 Downloads
Sarah Oberbichler, Emanuela Boroş, Antoine Doucet, Jani Marjanen, Eva Pfanzelter, Juha Rautiainen, Hannu Toivonen and Mikko Tolonen
Harmonizing and publishing heterogeneous premodern manuscript metadata as Linked Open Data pp. 240-257 Downloads
Mikko Koho, Toby Burrows, Eero Hyvönen, Esko Ikkala, Kevin Page, Lynn Ransom, Jouni Tuominen, Doug Emery, Mitch Fraas, Benjamin Heller, David Lewis, Andrew Morrison, Guillaume Porte, Emma Thomson, Athanasios Velios and Hanno Wijsman
A bridge too far for artificial intelligence?: Automatic classification of stanzas in Spanish poetry pp. 258-267 Downloads
Álvaro Pérez Pozo, Javier de la Rosa, Salvador Ros, Elena González‐Blanco, Laura Hernández and Mirella de Sisto
Text analysis using deep neural networks in digital humanities and information science pp. 268-287 Downloads
Omri Suissa, Avshalom Elmalech and Maayan Zhitomirsky‐Geffet
Using parsed and annotated corpora to analyze parliamentarians' talk in Finland pp. 288-302 Downloads
Mykola Andrushchenko, Kirsi Sandberg, Risto Turunen, Jani Marjanen, Mari Hatavara, Jussi Kurunmäki, Timo Nummenmaa, Matti Hyvärinen, Kari Teräs, Jaakko Peltonen and Jyrki Nummenmaa
Open research data repositories: Practices, norms, and metadata for sharing images pp. 303-316 Downloads
Karin Hansson and Anna Dahlgren
Giving shape to large digital libraries through exploratory data analysis pp. 317-332 Downloads
Peter Organisciak, Benjamin M. Schmidt and J. Stephen Downie
Revisiting the digital humanities through the lens of Indigenous studies—or how to question the cultural blindness of our technologies and practices pp. 333-344 Downloads
Coppélie Cocq

Volume 73, issue 1, 2022

Investigating the impact of emotions on perceiving serendipitous information encountering pp. 3-18 Downloads
Xu Sun, Xiaosong Zhou, Qingfeng Wang and Sarah Sharples
Serendipity in the city: User evaluations of urban recommender systems pp. 19-30 Downloads
Annelien Smets, Jorre Vannieuwenhuyze and Pieter Ballon
Interactions between affect, cognition, and information behavior in the context of fibromyalgia pp. 31-44 Downloads
Annie T. Chen
“There is a gorilla holding a key on the book cover”: Young children's known picture book search strategies pp. 45-57 Downloads
Pianran Wang, Yue Ma, Huan Xie, Hanqing Wang, Jinyi Lu and Jianhua Xu
Gender identification on Twitter pp. 58-69 Downloads
Catherine Ikae and Jacques Savoy
Proximity‐aware research leadership recommendation in research collaboration via deep neural networks pp. 70-89 Downloads
Chaocheng He, Jiang Wu and Qingpeng Zhang
Motivational affordances and survival of new askers on social Q&A sites: The case of Stack Exchange network pp. 90-103 Downloads
Minhyung Kang
Toward transparency of hybrid open access through publisher‐provided metadata: An article‐level study of Elsevier pp. 104-118 Downloads
Najko Jahn, Lisa Matthias and Mikael Laakso
A social media analytics perspective for human‐oriented smart city planning and management pp. 119-135 Downloads
Shah Jahan Miah, Huy Quan Vu and Damminda Alahakoon
Revisiting the decay of scientific email addresses pp. 136-139 Downloads
Raul Rodriguez‐Esteban, Dina Vishnyakova and Fabio Rinaldi
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