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2018 Volume 69 Issue 7

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Information triangulation: A complex and agentic everyday information practice
Devon L. Greyson

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Twitter user geolocation by filtering of highly mentioned users
Mohammad Ebrahimi | Elaheh ShafieiBavani | Raymond K. Wong | Fang Chen

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The role of online communities in reducing urban-rural health disparities in China
Xiongfei Cao | Dan Wang

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Impacts of the use of social network sites on users' psychological well-being: A systematic review
Seyedezahra Shadi Erfani | Babak Abedin

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Designing for mobile experience beyond the native ad click: Exploring landing page presentation style and media usage
Nitesh Goyal | Marc Bron | Mounia Lalmas | Andrew Haines | Henriette Cramer

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Conflicting measures and values: How humanities scholars in Australia and Sweden use and react to bibliometric indicators
Björn Hammarfelt | Gaby Haddow

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Consensus-based journal rankings: A complementary tool for bibliometric evaluation
Juan A. Aledo | José A. Gámez | David Molina | Alejandro Rosete

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In-text function of author self-citations: Implications for research evaluation practice
Dangzhi Zhao | Andreas Strotmann | Alicia Cappello

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Disability, Human Rights, and Information Technology. Edited by Jonathan Lazar and Michael Ashley Stein. Philadelphia, PA: University of Pennsylvania Press, 2017. 360 pp. $69.95 (hardcover). (ISBN 9780812249231)
Shane O'Hanlon

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Toward effective automated weighted subject indexing: A comparison of different approaches in different environments

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