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Mapping the dynamics of science and technology : sociology of science in the real world
List of Figures - List of Tables - Acknowledgements - PART 1 INTRODUCTION - Introduction: How to Study the Force of Science M.Callon, J.Law and A.Rip - PART 2 THE POWER OF TEXTS IN SCIENCE ANDExpand
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Emerging technologies: quantitative identification and measurement
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Bibliometric data, proposals and publications are most likely to be useful for this purpose since they capture information earlier in the cycle of technology development. Expand
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What do citations count? the rhetoric-first model
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  • Sociology, Computer Science
  • Scientometrics
  • 1 May 1989
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This paper argues that we should think of citations first as rhetoric and second as reward. Expand
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Innovation in informal settings: reflections and proposals for a research agenda
This paper addresses the issue of innovation in informal settings as a necessary step towards the understanding of the role innovation can play in inclusive development. It reviews major conceptsExpand
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Innovation, Poverty and Inequality: Cause, Coincidence, or Co-evolution?
Innovation system research has long acknowledged the importance of the socio-economic context shaping the capability of organizations, regions or countries to develop, diffuse and use innovations.Expand
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Water and Conflict
Symposium held on the occasion of the 11th annual Founder's Day celebration, marking the lOOth anniversary of the birth of Ivan Allen, Jr., on March 15, 2011 in the Biltmore Hotel Imperial Ballroom.
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Comparing the Sciences: Citation Context Analysis of Papers from Neuropharmacology and the Sociology of Science
Classical analyses of differences among the sciences have measured social but not cognitive structure. This paper suggests a method for describing differences among fields in the processes ofExpand
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Taking the Measure of Science: A Review of Citation Theories
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Executive Summary - Innovation in Informal Settings: A Research Agenda
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