2 edition of Size and growth of monograph literature with particular reference to the social sciences found in the catalog.
Size and growth of monograph literature with particular reference to the social sciences
University of Bath. Library.
Microfiche. Boston Spa, Wetherby, West Yorkshire : British Library Lending Division, 1975. 5 microfiches : negative ; 11 x 15 cm.
|Statement||Bath University Library.|
|Series||Design of information systems in the social sciences, working paper ;, no. 7|
|LC Classifications||Microfiche 90/7029 (H)|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||1 v. in various pagings|
|LC Control Number||84193175|
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Much of the monograph literature of the world is growing at a linear rate, although there are indications that the rate of growth of the monograph literature in a few subject areas of the social sciences is exponential.
Projections are given of the size of the monograph literature to be expected in the period These projections. A study of the size, growth, and composition of the monograph literature of the social sciences, with comparative data from the sciences and humanities, is presented in this report.
The objectives and methodology of this bibliometric study are explained, followed by. Comparisons of the characteristics of citations from social science monograph sources inand (d) Assessment of the role of the monograph literature in the social sciences, and the part it plays in the.
accumulation and transfer of knowledge, by making a study of: (i) most frequently cited authors and monograph. titles (ii). At its most fundamental, the core author proposition around monograph publication remains, for a large number of established researchers in the humanities, broadly defined, remarkably unchanged: I write a book or chunks of a book on Economic and Social Change in the West of England, (the title of my own, strangely uncompleted doctoral.
Profiles of monograph authors in the social sciences and humanities: an analysis of productivity, career stage, co-authorship, disciplinary affiliation and gender, based on a regional. The assessment of research excellence through books, a key issue in the humanities and social sciences, is a neglected topic.
In the monograph context the assessment of citations through databases such as Thomson’s Web of Science is not a quick exercise due to the lack of automated source material.
Butler and Visser have demonstrated the. The few references devoted entirely to comment by article authors were not included in the to- tal number of references. Each appearance of a particular monograph in a reference list was counted separately, but frequency of particular author and title references was ad- dressed in the analysis of the issues of the journal with the.
Monographs are the primary type of scholarly book publication in social sciences and humanities (Giménez-Toledo and Román-Román ; Williams et al. The socalled hard sciences also use. Books and Monographs Download list of titles. Other actions.
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Requests for monographs generated within an interlibrary loan network are analyzed for half-life statistics. It is suggested that demand represents us.
I have assumed you are asking this question from an academic angle. So hope this helps. A monograph is a specialist book on a single subject written by one author. For example: Jai Arjun Singh's monograph on the film Jane Bhi Do Yaaro, Jane Bhi.
A monograph is a specialist work of writing (in contrast to reference works) or exhibition on a single subject or an aspect of a subject, often by a single author or artist, and usually on a scholarly subject. In library cataloging, monograph has a broader meaning—that of a nonserial publication complete in one volume (book) or a definite number of volumes.
The book as a media format still fits into the HSS culture. A monograph, be it print or electronic, provides the necessary space to unfold an extensive and sustained argu-ment. However, this homology between field and format is not pertinent in all disci-plines. Research findings indicate that for fields as different as media studies and lin.
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For the Humanities and Social Sciences, working to a large extent within the format “monograph,” we see a different picture. The monograph as the “long argument,” the comprehensive text that interlinks the state of the art with the specific research question, its context and the research result as such, maintains its dominant position.
Monographs are specialist books written on a particular topic. Sometimes they appear as part of a journal series. Write your reference entry as you would a normal journal article.
Add [Monograph]  after the title. If you see an issue and serial numbers include. The University of Westminster Press is placing a focus on short books in the monograph tradition, notably in its Critical Digital and Social Media Studies edited by Professor Christian Fuchs and plans to publish 9–10 books in the academic year / alongside its two published journals: these book titles will include several expert.
In addition to journals and conferences, SciEP publishes books that feature cutting-edge, high quality research in a variety of subject areas by authors across nations.
We accept a range of product types including reference books, monographs, handbooks and academic textbooks to suit different subject areas, information types and customer needs. The University of Texas at Arlington accepts both monograph-style and article-based theses and dissertations.
Departmental policy and a student’s supervising committee determine if a monograph-based or article-based format is appropriate. Monograph-style Thesis or Dissertation This is the canonical form of a thesis or dissertation.
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Also included are observations and insight from clinicians involved on. There exists a clear divergence between most of the individual social science disciplines, where monograph authors make up a marginal share of all authors, and several humanities disciplines where shares are up to one fifth.
Relatively more female and non-established authors publish monographs in the humanities compared to the social sciences.Bibliography of social science periodicals and monograph series. [United States. Bureau of the Census.] Note: Citations are based on reference standards.
However, formatting rules can vary widely between applications and fields of interest or study. # Social sciences--Periodicals\/span> \u00A0\u00A0\u00A0 schema.These extended articles are referred to as supplements or monographs and are referenced as shown below.
Details of Format The format for listing a monograph is to list (1) the author(s), (2) the year of publication, (3) the monograph title, (4) the name and volume number of the journal, which should be italicized, and (5) page or issue information.