Bibliometric monitoring of research performance in the Social Sciences and the Humanities: A Review

@article{Nederhof2006BibliometricMO,
  title={Bibliometric monitoring of research performance in the Social Sciences and the Humanities: A Review},
  author={A. Nederhof},
  journal={Scientometrics},
  year={2006},
  volume={66},
  pages={81-100}
}
  • A. Nederhof
  • Published 2006
  • Sociology, Computer Science
  • Scientometrics
  • SummaryThis paper addresses research performance monitoring of the social sciences and the humanities using citation analysis. Main differences in publication and citation behavior between the (basic) sciences and the social sciences and humanities are outlined. Limitations of the (S)SCI and A&HCI for monitoring research performance are considered. For research performance monitoring in many social sciences and humanities, the methods used in science need to be extended. A broader range of both… CONTINUE READING
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