Classification of Intangible Social Innovation Concepts

  title={Classification of Intangible Social Innovation Concepts},
  author={Nikola Milosevic and Abdullah G{\"o}k and G. Nenadic},
In social sciences, similarly to other fields, there is exponential growth of literature and textual data that people are no more able to cope with in a systematic manner. In many areas there is a need to catalogue knowledge and phenomena in a certain area. However, social science concepts and phenomena are complex and in many cases there is a dispute in the field between conflicting definitions. In this paper we present a method that catalogues a complex and disputed concept of social… 
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