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A Case Study of the Epistemic Function of Citations - Implications for Citation-based Science Mapping.

Seitz, C., Schmidt, M., Schwichtenberg, N., & Velden, T. (2021).
A Case Study of the Epistemic Function of Citations - Implications for Citation-based Science Mapping. In W. Glänzel, S. Heeffer, P.-S. Chi, & R. Rousseau (Hrsg.), Proceedings of the 18th International Conference on Scientometrics & Informetrics (S. 1027-1032). Leuven: KU Leuven / International Society for Scientometrics and Informetrics (I.S.S.I.).
Abstract

The use of citations as indicators of topical relatedness of publications is common in the algorithmic mapping of the structure of science. References to source documents, however, may serve a variety of epistemic functions, and hence represent rather different dimensions of topical relatedness, such as the research methods used, the empirical objects studied, the theoretical resources build on, the research questions pursued, or the external motivation for and relevance of the work. In this case study, we explore the diversity in topical dimensions along which publications are linked in citation networks, by coding the epistemic function of in-text citations. [...]

Does Wikipedia Cover the Relevant Literature on Major Innovations Timely? An Exploratory Case Study of CRISPR/Cas9.

Schmidt, M., Kircheis, W., Simons, A., Potthast, M., & Stein, B. (2021).
Does Wikipedia Cover the Relevant Literature on Major Innovations Timely? An Exploratory Case Study of CRISPR/Cas9. In W. Glänzel, S. Heeffer, P.-S. Chi, & R. Rousseau (Hrsg.), 18th International Conference on Scientometrics & Informetrics - Proceedings (S. 1021-1026). Leuven: International Society for Scientometrics and Informetrics (I.S.S.I.).

Trustworthy or not? Research data on COVID-19 in data repositories.

Azeroual, O., & Schöpfel, J. (2021).
Trustworthy or not? Research data on COVID-19 in data repositories. In D. Baker & L. Ellis (Hrsg.), Libraries, Digital Information, and COVID: Practical Applications and Approaches to Challenge and Change (S. 169-182). Cambridge, Kidlington: Chandos Publishing. https://doi.org/10.1016/B978-0-323-88493-8.00027-6

Sichtbarkeitskonstellationen im Journal Peer Review - Konsequenzen von In/Transparenz in wissenschaftlichen Bewertungsverfahren.

Hesselmann, F., Schendzielorz, C., & Krüger, A. (2021).
Sichtbarkeitskonstellationen im Journal Peer Review - Konsequenzen von In/Transparenz in wissenschaftlichen Bewertungsverfahren. In O. Berli, S. Nicolae, & H. Schäfer (Hrsg.), Bewertungskulturen (S. 71-92). Wiesbaden: Springer VS.

Datenqualität und -kuratierung als Voraussetzung für Open Research Data.

Azeroual, O. (2021).
Datenqualität und -kuratierung als Voraussetzung für Open Research Data. Information - Wissenschaft & Praxis, 2021(72), 204-211. https://doi.org/10.1515/iwp-2021-2158

The neglected politics behind evidence-based policy: shedding light on instrument constituency dynamics.

Simons, A., & Schniedermann, A. (2021).
The neglected politics behind evidence-based policy: shedding light on instrument constituency dynamics. Policy & Politics (online first). https://doi.org/10.1332/030557321X16225469993170

BERTI – Projekt-Update und Einladung zur Onlinebefragung.

Petersohn, S. (5. Juli 2021).
BERTI – Projekt-Update und Einladung zur Onlinebefragung [Blogbeitrag]. Abgerufen von https://blogs.tib.eu/wp/dini-ag-blog/2021/07/05/berti-update/

Sichtbarkeitskonstellationen im Journal Peer Review – Konsequenzen von In/Transparenz in wissenschaftlichen Bewertungsverfahren.

Heßelmann, F., Schendzielorz, C., & Krüger, A. (2021).
Sichtbarkeitskonstellationen im Journal Peer Review – Konsequenzen von In/Transparenz in wissenschaftlichen Bewertungsverfahren. In O. Berli, S. Nicolae, & H. Schäfer (Hrsg.), Bewertungskulturen (S. 71-92). Wiesbaden: Springer VS.

Research managers as data experts? Task areas and competency profiles in IT-based research reporting in Germany.

Thiedig, C., Schelske, S., & Petersohn, S. (2021).
Research managers as data experts? Task areas and competency profiles in IT-based research reporting in Germany. Proceedings of the 18th International Conference on Scientometrics & Informetrics (ISSI 2021), Leuven, Belgium, 12 July to 15 July, 2021, 1091-1096.

References to Literature in Patent Documents: A Case Study of Electromobility Research.

Qu, Z. (2021).
References to Literature in Patent Documents: A Case Study of Electromobility Research. Proceedings of the 18th International Conference on Scientometrics & Informetrics (ISSI 2021), Leuven, Belgium, 12 July to 15 July, 2021, 1529-1530.

Understanding the Societal Impact of the Social Sciences and Humanities: Remarks on Roles, Challenges, and Expectations.

Fecher, B., Freia, K., Sokolovska, N., Fenton, A., Hornbostel, S., & Wagner, G. G. (2021).
Understanding the Societal Impact of the Social Sciences and Humanities: Remarks on Roles, Challenges, and Expectations. Frontiers in Research Metrics and Analytics (online first). https://doi.org/10.3389/frma.2021.696804
Abstract

Science is increasingly expected to help in solving complex societal problems in collaboration with societal stakeholders. However, it is often unclear under what conditions this can happen, i.e., what kind of challenges occur when science interacts with society and what kind of quality expectations prevail. This is particularly pertinent for Social Sciences and Humanities (SSH), which are part of the object they study and whose knowledge is always subject to provisionality. Here we discuss how SSH researchers can contribute to societal problems, what challenges might occur when they interact with societal stakeholders, and what quality expectations arise in these arrangements.

Rhetorical power in evaluations: tracing the construction of value-measurement links in debates on societal impact.

Hesselmann, F., & Schendzielorz, C. (2021).
Rhetorical power in evaluations: tracing the construction of value-measurement links in debates on societal impact. In Dahler-Larsen, P. (Hrsg.), A Research Agenda for Evaluation (S. 209-224). Cheltenham: Edward Elgar.

From indexation policies through citation networks to normalized citation impacts: Web of Science, Scopus, and Dimensions as varying resonance chambers.

Stahlschmidt, S., & Stephen, D. (2021).
From indexation policies through citation networks to normalized citation impacts: Web of Science, Scopus, and Dimensions as varying resonance chambers. Ithaca: arXiv.

Say my name, say my name: Academic authorship conventions between editorial policies and disciplinary practices.

Hesselmann, F., Schendzielorz, C., & Sorgatz, N. (2021).
Say my name, say my name: Academic authorship conventions between editorial policies and disciplinary practices. Research Evaluation (online first). https://doi.org/10.1093/reseval/rvab003

Impact der Gesellschaftswissenschaften – (Wie) Kann man ihn messen?

Fecher, B., Sokolovska, N., Kuper, F., & Fenton, A. (02. Juni 2021).
Impact der Gesellschaftswissenschaften – (Wie) Kann man ihn messen [Blogbeitrag]. Abgerufen von https://www.wissenschaftskommunikation.de/impact-der-gesellschaftswissenschaften-wie-kann-man-ihn-messen-48693/

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