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Characteristics of citations in social science monographs

University of Bath. Library. Design of Information Systems in the Social Sciences.

Characteristics of citations in social science monographs

by University of Bath. Library. Design of Information Systems in the Social Sciences.

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Published by The Library in [Bath, Eng.] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Social science literature.

  • Edition Notes

    StatementBath University Library, Design of Information Systems in the Social Sciences.
    SeriesED 072 816
    ContributionsRoberts, Stephen A.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination[37] leaves. --
    Number of Pages37
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL19563952M

    Downloadable (with restrictions)! A new data source providing the citation links of book publications, the Book Citation Index (BKCI), was recently released. A deeper understanding of the citation characteristics of book publications is needed before specific bibliometric indicators can be developed. In this study, the characteristics of citation distribution concentration in Cited by:   Although books keyscholarly platform manysocial sciences humanities,cited references bookscan heless, traditional bibliometric methods toolsneed includebooks result,many attempts have been made coverwider types scholarlypublication including books, book chapters monographs(e.g., Bourke Butler,; Lindholm-Romantschuk Warner,

    Data download and visualization tool hosting social science data about U.S. states, counties, cities, and metropolitan statistical areas from more than different government and non-government sources. It spans topics like employment, crime, religion, and education. Nuthall, G. (). The way students learn: Acquiring knowledge from an integrated science and social studies unit. Elementary School Journal, 99(4), – Nuthall, G., & Alton-Lee, A. (). Assessing classroom learning: How students use their knowledge and experience to answer classroom achievement test questions in science and social.

    Although not necessarily an exhaustive list, the following databases are relevant to the subject of Social Science Education: Education Source The extensive collection includes full text for more than 1, journals, books and monographs, and education-related conference papers as well as citations for over four million articles including Author: Douglas Davidson. Provides citations, abstracts, and selected full text to articles in over leading English language periodicals in a broad array of the social sciences. Subject coverage includes anthropology, criminology, law, political science, psychology, sociology and women’s studies.


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The citation data is taken from social science monograph sources drawn at random from the British, American, French and German book outputs in, and This study of citations in monographs complements the data already collected from social science journal sources; comparative analyses are made on the two data : S.

Roberts. subject and the proportion of citations to serials, monographs, and other forms of material, for example archives, unpublished.

sources, reports, etc. Using. data on these parameters, an attempt will be made to identify the pattern and structure of citation in social science. monographs. (b) A comparison of the characteristics of citations in File Size: KB.

Citation Characteristics of Monographs 51 Among the topics covered (in no particular order of frequency or hierarchy) by the citing authors were postmodernism, the philosophy of science and social science, space and time, scientific realism, semantics, feminist philosophy, prop- erty rights, game theory, free will, disjunction in logic, the Cited by: The present study investigates citations to randomly selected schol- a rly monographs in disciplines of religion, history, psychology, economics, mathematics, and : Rong Tang.

This paper presents a first approach to analyzing the factors that determine the citation characteristics of books. For this we use the Thomson Reuters' book citation index, a novel. Social Science Information Studies (), 3 () CHARACTERISTICS OF SOCIAL SCIENCE INFORMATION: A SELECTIVE REVIEW OF THE LITERATURE.

* PART I H. HOGEWEG-DE HAART** Gerrit van der heenstraatER Amsterdam, The Netherlands ABSTRACT This paper presents a review of mainly Characteristics of citations in social science monographs book language literature on the scope Cited by:   Monographs and edited books are important in scholarly communication, especially in the Social Sciences and Humanities.

An edited book is a collection of chapters written by different authors, gathered and harmonized by one or more editors. This article analyses the characteristics and collaboration patterns of edited books in the Social Sciences Cited by: Analyzing the citation characteristics of books: edited books, book series and SOCIAL SCIENCE SOC 37% books have an average of citations per book as opposed to citations per non-edited book.

Also, edited books have a higher average of chapters per book and reach higher. The purpose of this study is to determine the characteristics of citations found in monographs in the fine arts. A random sample of citations was selected from monographs published in and and indexed by RILA (Reper-toire international de la litterature de l'art).

Citations were classified as to source type (book, journal. Analyzing the citation characteristics of books: edited books, book series and types of publishers in the Book Citation Index Daniel Torres-Salinas1, Nicolás Robinson-García2, Álvaro Cabezas-Clavijo3, Evaristo Jiménez-Contreras2 1 [email protected] EC3: Evaluación de la Ciencia y de la Comunicación Científica, Centro de Investigación Biomédica Aplicada.

InThomson-Reuters introduced the Book Citation Index (BKCI) as part of the Science Citation Index (SCI). The interface of the Web of Science version 5 enables users to search for both 'Books' and 'Book Chapters' as new categories. Books and book chapters, however, were always among the cited references, and book chapters have been included in the database.

and analyses of citations taken frem_social science journals. The data will be ueAd in part to-describe the major parameters of the social science literature, and in part-for the work on clustering.

DISISS has a very close working relationship with members of staff of the Polytechnic of North London (PNL),School of Librarianship. 1 Finding Citations to Social Work Literature: The Relative Benefits of Using Web of Science, Scopus, or Google Scholar Introduction Google Scholar and Scopus are relatively new tools available to scholars for identifying cited and citing references to a given research article.

Spotlight on the Social Sciences: APA Citations. Spotlight on the Social Sciences: Use of Visual Images Special Topics in the Social Sciences: One of them is how you cite a book; the other one is an edited book chapter; and the last one is a journal article. So the way you cite a book is you start with the surname of the author.

Example: Prospect Theory of Kahneman and Tversky. One of the most highly cited theory in social science: but its presented in central theoretical articles, and a few thousand empirical articles, each of which has its own citation count.

The overall citation count of the theory, however, would far outpace most of the books on the list. This paper presents a first approach to analyzing the factors that determine the citation characteristics of books.

For this we use the Thomson Reuters’ book citation index, a novel multidisciplinary database launched in which offers bibliometric data on books.

We analyze three possible factors which are considered to affect the citation impact of books: the Cited by: citation characteristics of monographs in the fine arts and philosophy.

In Mau-rice B. Line’s large-scale citation analysis of the social science literature, linguistics is one of thirteen disciplines considered. Other similarly broad bibliometric analy-ses of the social sciences, such as those by Robert N.

Broadus, Wolfgang Glanzel. Several studies have found that monographs receive a greater proportion of citations than journal articles in the sociological literature [].

Likewise, research demonstrates that English-language publications dominate the citations in the sociological literature [19,20,22,28], and that authors are more likely toCited by: Primary sources in the sciences are different from primary sources in the humanities or social sciences.

This guide describes the characteristics of primary sources in the sciences, provides examples of primary sources in the sciences, and describes how to best find science primary sources at the MSU : Heidi Schroeder.

Our review of the different citation styles takes the form of bulleted lists, covering the background and major rules of each style. The following examples use book sources, with both in-text and reference list citations.

However, there are a number of ways to cite other sources, such as recordings, magazines, articles, or websites. The Book Citation Index in Web of Science connects a library’s book collection to powerful new discovery tools, giving researchers the ability to quickly and easily identify and access the most relevant books.

Bringing together scholarly book, journal and conference proceedings literature within Web of Science, optimizes the powerful features File Size: 1MB. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, Chapter explains the notes and bibliography system.

Chapter and following sections provide guidance on formatting footnotes and bibliography entries for books, articles, online resources, and other sources. Abstracts and citations are drawn from over serials including scientific journals, conference proceedings, reports, monographs, books and government publications.

Sixteen subdatabases are contained within Environmental sciences and pollution management database, and each can be searched separately, or in : Katrina Tepper.