Friday, 14 August 2015

If We don’t Know What Citations Mean, What Does it Mean when We Count Them?

If We don’t Know What Citations Mean, What Does it Mean when We Count Them?

Do citations necessarily indicate the significance of the cited publication in question? And if we don’t really know what individual citations mean, why do we think we can draw important meaning from their aggregation?

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