Recent Publications

Grumbein, A. & Goodman, J.R. (2015). Pretty as a website: Examining aesthetics on nonsurgical cosmetic procedure websites. Visual Communication Journal, 14(4), 485-523.

Joo, S., & Cahill, M. (accepted). The relationships between library resources and children’s use of public libraries: An exploratory analysis of IMLS public library statistics data. Journal of Librarianship & Information Science.

Choi, N., & Joo, S. (2016). Booklovers’ world: An examination of factors affecting continued usage of social cataloging sites. Journal of the Association for Information Science and Technology, 67(12), 3022-3035.

Joo, S., Kim, S., & Kim, Y. (2017). An exploratory study of health scientists’ data reuse behaviors: Examining attitudinal, social, and resource factors. Aslib Journal of Information Management, 69(4), 389-407.

Lu, K., Joo, S., Lee, T., & Hu, L. (2017). Factors that influence query reformulations and search performance in health information retrieval – A multi-level modeling approach. Journal of the Association for Information and Science Technology, 68(8), 1886-1898.

Xie, I., Joo, S., & Bennett-Kapusniak, R. (2017). User involvement and system support in the search process. Journal of the Association for Information and Science Technology, 68(5), 1165-1185.

Joo, S., & Cahill, M. (2018). Exploring research topics in the field of school librarianship based on text mining. School Libraries Worldwide, 21(1), 1-27.

Joo, S., Choi, I., & Choi, N. (2018). Topic analysis of the research domain in knowledge organization: A latent Dirichlet allocation approach. Knowledge Organization, 45(2), 170-182.

Yoon, S., Kim, Y., & Baek, T. H. (2016). Effort investment in persuasiveness: A comparative study of environmental advertising in the United States and Korea. International Journal of Advertising, 35(1), 93-105. 

Baek, T. H., Yoo, C. Y., & Yoon, S. (forthcoming). Augment yourself through virtual mirror: The impact of self-viewing and narcissism on consumer responses. International Journal of Advertising. [Impact Factor = 2.451, Thomson Reuters]