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.

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Vol. 67, No. 9


The sharing economy: Why people participate in collaborative consumption (pages 2047–2059)
Juho Hamari, Mimmi Sjöklint and Antti Ukkonen

The quality versus accessibility debate revisited: A contingency perspective on human information source selection (pages 2060–2071)
Lilian Woudstra, Bart van den Hooff and Alexander Schouten

Uncovering social semantics from textual traces: A theory-driven approach and evidence from public statements of U.S. Members of Congress (pages 2072–2089)
Yu-Ru Lin, Drew Margolin and David Lazer

Seeing is believing (or at least changing your mind): The influence of visibility and task complexity on preference changes in computer-supported team decision making (pages 2090–2104)
Babajide Osatuyi, Starr Roxanne Hiltz and Katia Passerini

Information seeking for musical creativity: A systematic literature review (pages 2105–2117)
Charilaos Lavranos, Petros Kostagiolas, Nikolaos Korfiatis and Joseph Papadatos

A machine-learning approach to negation and speculation detection for sentiment analysis (pages 2118–2136)
Noa P. Cruz, Maite Taboada and Ruslan Mitkov

Software in the scientific literature: Problems with seeing, finding, and using software mentioned in the biology literature (pages 2137–2155)
James Howison and Julia Bullard

Thesaurus structure, descriptive parameters, and scale (pages 2156–2165)
Robert Losee

Optimization of the subject directory in a government agriculture department web portal (pages 2166–2180)
Jin Zhang, Shanshan Zhai, Jennifer Ann Stevenson and Lixin Xia

The construction of interdisciplinarity: The development of the knowledge base and programmatic focus of the journal Climatic Change, 1977–2013 (pages 2181–2193)
Iina Hellsten and Loet Leydesdorff

Aggregated journal–journal citation relations in scopus and web of science matched and compared in terms of networks, maps, and interactive overlays (pages 2194–2211)
Loet Leydesdorff, Félix de Moya-Anegón and Wouter de Nooy

Nobel numbers: Time-dependent centrality measures on coauthorship graphs (pages 2212–2222)
Chris Fields

Disciplinary knowledge production and diffusion in science (pages 2223–2245)
Erjia Yan

Information inequality in contemporary Chinese urban society: The results of a cluster analysis (pages 2246–2262)
Liangzhi Yu and Wenjie Zhou

Modeling journal bibliometrics to predict downloads and inform purchase decisions at university research libraries (pages 2263–2273)
Daniel M. Coughlin and Bernard J. Jansen

How much does the expected number of citations for a publication change if it contains the address of a specific scientific institute? A new approach for the analysis of citation data on the institutional level based on regression models (pages 2274–2282)
Lutz Bornmann

Business process costs of implementing “gold” and “green” open access in institutional and national contexts (pages 2283–2295)
Robert Johnson, Stephen Pinfield and Mattia Fosci

Spatial mediations in historical understanding: GIS and epistemic practices of history (pages 2296–2306)
Venkata Ratnadeep Suri and Hamid R. Ekbia

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