Citation content analysis (cca): A framework for syntactic and semantic analysis of citation content

  title={Citation content analysis (cca): A framework for syntactic and semantic analysis of citation content},
  author={Guo Yong Zhang and Ying Ding and Stasa Milojevic},
This paper proposes a new framework for Citation Content Analysis (CCA), for syntactic and semantic analysis of citation content that can be used to better analyze the rich sociocultural context of research behavior. The framework could be considered the next generation of citation analysis. This paper briefly reviews the history and features of content analysis in traditional social sciences, and its previous application in Library and Information Science. Based on critical discussion of the… CONTINUE READING
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