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Getting cited is important for scholars and for the institutions in which they work. Whether because of the influence on scientific progress or because of the reputation of scholars and their institutions, understanding why some articles are cited more often than others can help scholars write more highly cited articles. This article builds upon earlier(More)
Survey data confirms that health information is very popular with internet users yet relatively little qualitative social science research has been conducted about how people incorporate information from the internet into their everyday information practices. This article reports on an empirical study of the role of the internet in people's efforts to(More)
BACKGROUND Studies suggest that there has been an increase in the use of the Internet by patients in many Western societies. However, despite the many texts available on health and the Internet, not much is known about how much patients actually use the Internet to look up health information in their daily lives. We know little about what meaning this(More)
In this article we examine the evidence for the claim that there has been an 'ontological turn' in STS. Using the ISI Web of Science, we first discuss the extent of the increase in the use of the word 'ontology' in the social sciences and humanities between 1989-2008. We identify a set of 131 articles and essays from STS journals for the same period and(More)
—This paper demonstrates the application of bibliometric mapping techniques in the area of funded research networks. We discuss how science maps can be used to facilitate communication inside newly formed communities, but also to account for their activities to funding agencies. We present the mapping of EINS as case – an FP7-funded Network of Excellence.(More)
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