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Because of the widespread use of citations in evaluation, we tend to think of them primarily as a form of colleague recognition. This interpretation neglects rhetorical factors that shape patterns of citations. After reviewing sociological theories of citation, this paper argues that we should think of citations first as rhetoric and second as reward. Some implications of this view for quantitative modeling of the citation process are drawn.

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: Harvard University Press . COZZENS , S. E. ( 1989 ), What do citations count? The rhetoric-first model . Scientometrics , 15 : 437 – 447 . H. D

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?: The rhetoric-first model Scientometrics 15 5–6 437 – 447 . Frost , C. O. 1979 The use of citations in

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29 113 – 127 . Cozzens , S. E. 1989 What do citations count? The rhetoric-first model Scientometrics 15

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, p. 56) “an integral part of the rhetoric of narration and annotation.” For their part, Cronin ( 1995 ) and Cronin et al. ( 2003 , 2004 ) have reviewed a range of acknowledgment studies in such fields as history, information, psychology, philosophy

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to the utterly demagogue rhetoric, featuring false accusations, misleading statements, claims and comparisons, delusional ideas, arrogance and ignorance in the Vanclay-set. First impressions It is presumed in this paper

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) 8. 67 Booth WC., 1961, The rhetoric of fiction . (808) 86 Lacan J., 1966, Ecrits. (150) 9

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rhetoric. In fact, citation behavior is very complex, which can be regarded as a culture (Wouters 1999 ). There are many elements that can influence citation behavior so that “an individual is often partly unconscious of, or fails to recognize, his or her

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network in nanotechnology (1976–2004) . Journal of Nanoparticle Research 9 : 337 – 352 10.1007/s11051-006-9194-2 . McCloskey , DN 1998 The rhetoric of economics

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Authors: Thomas Hugh Feeley, Katherine Hart LaVail, and George A. Barnett

% in rhetoric using our content codes. Thus, one studying interpersonal communication, health or small group communication may have fewer options for faculty positions. The pattern of findings related to normative publishing rates among research

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