Journal of the Association for Information Science and Technology (JASIST)

Journal of the Association for Information Science and Technology (JASIST), a fully refereed scholarly and technical periodical, has been published continuously since 1950. Edited by Dr. Javed Mostafa, JASIST publishes reports of research and development in a wide range of subjects and applications in information science and technology.

ASIS&T Members, please login.


Vol. 69, No. 1


Documents and (as) Machines
Javed Mostafa


Theory and Practice of Data Citation 
Gianmaria Silvello


Assessing Perceived Organizational Leadership Styles through Twitter Text Mining
Agostino La Bella, Andrea Fronzetti Colladon, Elisa Battistoni, Silvia Castellan, and Matteo Francucci

Data Set Mention and Citations: A Content Analysis of Full-Text Publications
Mengnan Zhao, Erjia Yan, and Kai Li

Metadata Records Machine Translation Combining Multi-Engine Outputs with Limited Parallel Data
Brenda Reyes Ayala, Ryan Knudson, Jiangping Chen, Gaohui Cao, and Xinyue Wang

Consumer Valuation of Personal Information in the Age of Big Data
Sesil Lim, JongRoul Woo, Jongsu Lee, and Sung-Yoon Huh

Understanding Scientific Collaboration: Homophily, Transitivity, and Preferential Attachment
Chenwei Zhang, Yi Bu, Ying Ding, and Jian Xu

Understanding Success through the Diversity of Collaborators and the Milestone of Career
Yi Bu, Ying Ding, Jian Xu, Xingkun Liang, Gege Gao, and Yiming Zhao

Exploring the Social Influence of Multichannel Access in an Online Health Community 
Peng Luo, Kun Chen, Chong Wu, and Yongli Li

Internet Usage and Patient’s Trust in Physician During Diagnosis: A Knowledge Power Perspective
Tian Lu, Yunjie (Calvin) Xu, and Scott Wallace

Toward Effective Automated Weighted Subject Indexing: A Comparison of Different Approaches in Different Environments 
Kun Lu, Jin Mao, and Gang Li

Understanding the “Expand Notion” of Videogames as Archival Objects: A Review of Priorities, Methods, and Conceptions
Olle Sköld

Metric Assessments of Books as Families of Works
Alesia Zuccala, Mads Breum, Kasper Bruun, and Bernd T. Wunsch

How Quickly Do Publications Get Read? The Evolution of Mendeley Reader Counts for New Articles
Nabeil Maflahi and Mike Thelwall


“Take an Opportunity Whenever You Get It”: Information Sharing among African-American Women with Hypertension
Lenette M. Jones, Kathy D. Wright, McKenzie K. Wallace, and Tiffany Veinot

A Parametric “Parent Metric” Approach for Comparing Maximum-Normalized Journal Ranking Metrics
M. Ryan Haley and M. Kevin McGee


Tracing the Traces: The Critical Role of Metadata within Networked Communications
Matthew S. Mayernik and Amelia Acker


Working with Text. Tools, Techniques and Approaches for Text Mining. Emme L. Tonkin & Gregory J.L. Tourte. Chandos Publisher, Cambridge (MA). 2016. 330 pp. (ISBN 978-1-84334-749-1).
Jacques Savoy

Publication Information

Purpose & Scope
Submission Guidelines
Editorial Board
Publisher Information