The most recent issue of the Asian Journal for Public Opinion Research highlights how different research methods can be used to address some important issues of our times.
Topic Modeling of Korean Newspaper Articles on Aging via Latent Dirichlet Allocation by So Chung Lee analyzes the discourse around aging in South Korea, an aging society.
A survey is used to find which factors affect city image during the COVID-19 pandemic in South Korea in Factors Affecting City Image During the COVID-19 Era by Sungwook Hwang, Jiyang Bae, Sojung Kim, and Hyo Jung Kim.
And, in our first paper using this analysis method, the different Facebook reactions are used to understand attitudes about Bangladeshi news items related to rape in Users’ Reactions to Rape News Shared on Social Media: An Analysis of Five Facebook Reaction Buttons. by Md. Sayeed Al-Zaman and Tasnuva Alam Ahona.
In the editor’s note, editor in chief John Kennedy and managing editor Sarah LoCascio discuss hoaxes in academic publishing and what we do to try to prevent them.
Call for Papers
The Asian Journal for Public Opinion Research (AJPOR) is the journal of the Asian Network for Public Opinion Research (ANPOR). AJPOR is published quarterly online in February, May, August, November and is indexed in Scopus. We are always open to new submissions. Both quantitative and qualitative research papers are welcome. Detailed information can be found on the most recent call-for-papers and in the author submission guidelines. Questions about AJPOR or the submission process can be sent to AJPORSubmissions@gmail.com.