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2018 Volume 69 Issue 11

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Towards a new sociological model of fiction reading
Briony Birdi | Nigel Ford

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Do consumers always follow "useful" reviews? The interaction effect of review valence and review usefulness on consumers' purchase decisions
Yanli Jia | Ivy L. B. Liu

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Rethinking the complexity of virtual work and knowledge sharing
Wei Shi | Matthew S. Weber

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Integrating syntax-semantic-based text analysis with structural and citation information for scientific plagiarism detection
Vani K. | Deepa Gupta

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Informal data citation for data sharing and reuse is more common than formal data citation in biomedical fields
Hyoungjoo Park | Sukjin You | Dietmar Wolfram

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Investigating drug-disease interactions in drug-symptom-disease triples via citation relations
Min Song | Keun Young Kang | Juyoung An

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The origins of Zipf's meaning-frequency law
Ramon Ferrer-i-Cancho | Michael S. Vitevitch

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Citations in Scientific Texts: Do Social Relations Matter?
Béatrice Milard | Ludovic Tanguy

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A new qualitative rating system for scientific publications and a fame index for academics
Yves Fassin

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Authors, Users, and Pirates: Copyright Law and Subjectivity. James Meese. Cambridge, MA: The MIT Press, 2018. 240 pp. $35.00 (hardcover) (ISBN 9780262037440)
Sara R. Benson

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