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2022 Volume 73 Issue 9

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Are social sciences becoming more interdisciplinary? Evidence from publications 1960-2014
Hongyu Zhou | Raf Guns | Tim C. E. Engels

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Preference diversity and openness to novelty: Scales construction from the perspective of movie recommendation
Muh-Chyun Tang | I-Han Liao

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Learning to rank from relevance judgments distributions
Alberto Purpura | Gianmaria Silvello | Gian Antonio Susto

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Cognitive engagement on social media: A study of the effects of visual cueing in educational videos
Zixing Shen | Michael J. Pritchard

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Context, relevance, and labor
Wayne de Fremery | Michael K. Buckland

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Is my doctor around me? Investigating the impact of doctors' presence on patients' review behaviors on an online health platform
Xiaoxiao Liu | Mingye Hu | Bo Sophia Xiao | Jingbo Shao

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GKC-CI: A unifying framework for contextual norms and information governance
Yan Shvartzshnaider | Madelyn Rose Sanfilippo | Noah J. Apthorpe

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SEntFiN 1.0: Entity-aware sentiment analysis for financial news
Ankur Sinha | Satishwar Kedas | Rishu Kumar | Pekka Malo

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Free access to scientific literature and its influence on the publishing activity in developing countries: The effect of Sci-Hub in the field of mathematics
Kilian Buehling | Matthias Geissler | Dorothea Strecker

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The Digitally Disposed - Racial Capitalism and the Informatics of Value. Franklin, Seb. Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press, 2021. 280 pp. (ISBN: 978-1-5179-0715-0)
Bharat Mehra