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Scholarly Communication and Bibliometrics
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ARIST Volume 36, ISSN 0066-4200

Abstract

This review of scholarly communication and bibliometrics discusses relational link analysis; evaluative link analysis; measures of evaluation for documents, people, journals, organizations, and nations; theoretical foundations of link analysis; author self-citation; quality; popularity; citation-worthiness; credit-worthiness; digital libraries; the Web; writing; submitting documents to journals; and collaborative writing. (Contains 221 references.) (LRW)

Citation

Borgman, C.L. & Furner, J. (2002). Scholarly Communication and Bibliometrics. Annual Review of Information Science and Technology (ARIST), 36, 3-72. Retrieved December 3, 2021 from .

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