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Title: Shallow science or meta-cognitive insights: A few thoughts on bibliometrics
Authors: Holden Gary
Rosenberg Gary
Barker Kathleen
Keywords: bibliometric;citation analysis;social work scholarship;sociology of science;publication in social work
Issue Date: 1-Oct-2007
Abstract: As preface to our reactions, we want to thank our colleagues for their insightful and reasoned commentaries on our work and the current state of affairs in bibliometrics. Individually and collectively, they have enhanced our undertaking on bibliometrics by raising issues and posing questions that we will respond to below. We will begin by addressing a general critique of the use of bibliometrics in social work. Then we will weave our responses to our colleagues comments into material that has either appeared since we wrote the three main articles in this volume or that we missed in our initial literature search. Our goal in doing this is to provide you with the most comprehensive and current view of bibliometrics in social work. Holden, G., Rosenberg, G., & Barker, K. (2005). Shallow science or meta-cognitive insights: A few thoughts on bibliometrics. Social Work in Health Care, 41, ¾, 129-148. © by The Haworth Press, Inc
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2451/23586
metadata.dc.rights: © by The Haworth Press, Inc.
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