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1976 - 2021

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Volume 72, issue 5, 2021

Topic diversity: A discipline scheme‐free diversity measurement for journals pp. 523-539 Downloads
Yi Bu, Mengyang Li, Weiye Gu and Win‐bin Huang
Describing, organizing, and maintaining video game development artifacts pp. 540-553 Downloads
Claire McDonald, Marc Schmalz, Allee Monheim, Stephen Keating, Kelsey Lewin, Frank Cifaldi and Jin Ha Lee
Resonance and the experience of relevance pp. 554-569 Downloads
Ian Ruthven
Orthogonality, dependency, and music: An exploration of the relationships between music facets pp. 570-582 Downloads
Deborah Lee, Lyn Robinson and David Bawden
Authority and priority signals in automatic summary generation for online reputation management pp. 583-594 Downloads
Javier Rodríguez‐Vidal, Jorge Carrillo‐ de‐Albornoz, Julio Gonzalo and Laura Plaza
“Heterogeneous couplings”: Operationalizing network perspectives to study science‐society interactions through social media metrics pp. 595-610 Downloads
Rodrigo Costas, Sarah de Rijcke and Noortje Marres
Enhancing keyphrase extraction from microblogs using human reading time pp. 611-626 Downloads
Yingyi Zhang and Chengzhi Zhang
Term position‐based language model for information retrieval pp. 627-642 Downloads
Arezki Hammache and Mohand Boughanem
Transforming public records management: Six key insights pp. 643-648 Downloads
Paula Dootson, Mary Tate, Kevin C. Desouza and Peter Townson
Cinderella's stick: A fairy tale for digital preservation. Yiannis Tzitzikas, Yiannis Marketakis. Berlin: Springer, 2018, 249 pp., € 51.16 (paperback). (ISBN 9783319984872) pp. 649-652 Downloads
Rebecca D. Frank

Volume 72, issue 4, 2021

The measurement of “interdisciplinarity” and “synergy” in scientific and extra‐scientific collaborations pp. 387-402 Downloads
Loet Leydesdorff and Inga Ivanova
Innovation adoption: Broadcasting versus virality pp. 403-416 Downloads
Yujia Zhai, Ying Ding and Hezhao Zhang
Discovering underlying sensations of human emotions based on social media pp. 417-432 Downloads
Jun Lee, Adam Jatowt and Kyoung‐Sook Kim
Mapping the online presence of small local sporting clubs pp. 433-448 Downloads
Stephen Burgess, Craig M. Parker and Scott Bingley
Validation of a survey for measuring scientists' attitudes toward data reuse pp. 449-453 Downloads
Christa E. Winkler and Rebecca Fay Berenbon
Understanding and predicting future research impact at different career stages—A social network perspective pp. 454-472 Downloads
Zhiya Zuo and Kang Zhao
Authors' noninstitutional emails and their correlation with retraction pp. 473-477 Downloads
Xiaomei Liu and Xiaotian Chen
Follow the leader: Documents on the leading edge of semantic change get more citations pp. 478-492 Downloads
Sandeep Soni, Kristina Lerman and Jacob Eisenstein
Research data management policy and practice in Chinese university libraries pp. 493-506 Downloads
Yingshen Huang, Andrew M. Cox and Laura Sbaffi
Epistemology, epistemic belief, personal epistemology, and epistemics: A review of concepts as they impact information behavior research pp. 507-519 Downloads
Matthew Kelly

Volume 72, issue 3, 2021

Do new research issues attract more citations? A comparison between 25 Scopus subject categories pp. 269-279 Downloads
Mike Thelwall and Pardeep Sud
Data curation as collective action during COVID‐19 pp. 280-284 Downloads
Kalpana Shankar, Wei Jeng, Andrea Thomer, Nicholas Weber and Ayoung Yoon
How users' knowledge of advertisements influences their viewing and selection behavior in search engines pp. 285-301 Downloads
Sebastian Schultheiß and Dirk Lewandowski
The emergence, peak, and abeyance of an online information ground: The lifecycle of a Facebook group for verifying information during violence pp. 302-314 Downloads
Abdul Rohman
Explicit diversification of search results across multiple dimensions for educational search pp. 315-330 Downloads
Sevgi Yigit‐Sert, Ismail Sengor Altingovde, Craig Macdonald, Iadh Ounis and Özgür Ulusoy
One size does not fit all: A study of badge behavior in stack overflow pp. 331-345 Downloads
Stav Yanovsky, Nicholas Hoernle, Omer Lev and Kobi Gal
Understanding the stability of medical concept embeddings pp. 346-356 Downloads
Grace E. Lee and Aixin Sun
The information manifold: Why computers cannot solve algorithmic bias and fake news. Antonio Badia Cambridge, UK: The MIT press, 2019. 352 pp. $50.00 (hardcover). (ISBN 9780262043038) pp. 357-361 Downloads
Marc Kosciejew
Using information science to enhance educational preventing violent extremism programs pp. 362-376 Downloads
Kevin Wong, Geoff Walton and Gavin Bailey
Search foundations: Toward a science of technology‐mediated experience. Sachi Arafat and Elham Ashoori. Boston, MA: MIT Press, 2019. 448, pp. $65.00 (hardback). (ISBN 9780262038591) pp. 377-383 Downloads
Marcia J. Bates

Volume 72, issue 2, 2021

Do better search engines really equate to better clinical decisions? If not, why not? pp. 141-155 Downloads
Anton van der Vegt, Guido Zuccon and Bevan Koopman
Join the club? Peer effects on information value perception pp. 156-172 Downloads
Yonit Rusho and Daphne R. Raban
Hierarchical attention model for personalized tag recommendation pp. 173-189 Downloads
Jianshan Sun, Mingyue Zhu, Yuanchun Jiang, Yezheng Liu and Le Wu
From bilingual to multilingual neural‐based machine translation by incremental training pp. 190-203 Downloads
Carlos Escolano, Marta R. Costa‐Jussà and José A. R. Fonollosa
Loosen control without losing control: Formalization and decentralization within commons‐based peer production pp. 204-223 Downloads
David Rozas and Steven Huckle
Medieval Spanish (12th–15th centuries) named entity recognition and attribute annotation system based on contextual information pp. 224-238 Downloads
Luisa Díez Platas Mª, Salvador Ros Muñoz, Elena González‐Blanco, Pablo Ruiz Fabo and Elena Álvarez Mellado
Do the stars align?: Stakeholders and strategies in libraries' curation of an astronomy dataset pp. 239-252 Downloads
Peter T. Darch, Ashley E. Sands, Christine L. Borgman and Milena S. Golshan
Framing a discussion on paradigm shift(s) in the field of information pp. 253-258 Downloads
Rong Tang, Bharat Mehra, Jia Tina Du and Yuxiang (Chris) Zhao
Amy Affelt. All that's not fit to print: Fake news and the call to action for librarians and information professionals. London, UK: Emerald, 2019, 176 pp. £39.99 (paperback) (ISBN 9781789733648) pp. 259-263 Downloads
Thomas J. Froehlich
Social tagging in a linked data environment. Edited by Diane Rasmussen Pennington and Louise F. Spiteri. London, UK: Facet Publishing, 2018. 240 pp. £74.95 (paperback). (ISBN 9781783303380) pp. 264-265 Downloads
Xuwei Pan

Volume 72, issue 1, 2021

Detecting fake news stories via multimodal analysis pp. 3-17 Downloads
Vivek K. Singh, Isha Ghosh and Darshan Sonagara
More than plain text: Censorship deletion in the Chinese social media pp. 18-31 Downloads
Jun Liu and Jingyi Zhao
A flexible template generation and matching method with applications for publication reference metadata extraction pp. 32-45 Downloads
Ting‐Hao Yang, Yu‐Lun Hsieh, Shih‐Hung Liu, Yung‐Chun Chang and Wen‐Lian Hsu
Cross‐modal retrieval with dual multi‐angle self‐attention pp. 46-65 Downloads
Wenjie Li, Yi Zheng, Yuejie Zhang, Rui Feng, Tao Zhang and Weiguo Fan
Information behavior and social control: Toward an understanding of conflictual information behavior in families managing chronic illness pp. 66-82 Downloads
Lindsay K. Brown and Tiffany C. Veinot
People and places: Bridging the information gaps in refugee integration pp. 83-96 Downloads
Olubukola Oduntan and Ian Ruthven
Saving social media data: Understanding data management practices among social media researchers and their implications for archives pp. 97-109 Downloads
Libby Hemphill, Margaret L. Hedstrom and Susan Hautaniemi Leonard
Citation cascade and the evolution of topic relevance pp. 110-127 Downloads
Chao Min, Qingyu Chen, Erjia Yan, Yi Bu and Jianjun Sun
Artificial intelligence and the world of work, a co‐constitutive relationship pp. 128-135 Downloads
Carsten Østerlund, Mohammad Hossein Jarrahi, Matthew Willis, Karen Boyd and Christine T. Wolf
Jan van Dijk. (2020). The digital divide. Cambridge, UK: Polity, 208 pp. £17.99 (paperback) (ISBN 9781509534456) pp. 136-138 Downloads
Rebecca Reynolds
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