6 edition of Bibliometrics in Social Work (Social Work in Health Care) (Social Work in Health Care) found in the catalog.
May 30, 2006 by Haworth Social Work .
Written in English
|Contributions||Gary Holden (Editor), Gary Rosenberg (Editor), Ph.D. Barker Kathleen (Editor)|
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|Number of Pages||154|
Any online source can have data like shares, likes, downloads. For example: health and medicine, climate change and other environmental topics, internet and technology, etc. Specialist databases such as Web of Science and Scopus provide various tools for doing this analysis. In particular, the times cited data provides feedback on the scholarly use of one's work.
A series of experts in bibliometric analyses then critically respond to these initial chapters. There are disciplinary and even sub-disciplinary differences and these should not be crossed in any comparisons. This includes news coverage, social media activity, and other data like views and downloads. Metrics can be gamed. Content includes coverage of a wide variety of applied science specialties—acoustics to aeronautics, neural networks to nuclear and civil engineering, computers and informatics and much more. The information is presented and can be analysed in a number of ways, including pie charts, graphs and tables, and shows the breakdown of citation activity over a number of years and your h-index based on this data.
In this book, Yves Gingras offers a spirited argument against an unquestioning reliance on bibliometrics as an indicator of research quality. It is also becoming increasingly used as a measure of research activity and academic prominence across various subject areas. Again, the numbers won't reveal that. Various tutorials on using Scopus can be accessed here. Bibliometrics in Social Work addreses: theoretical and methodological issuess pros and cons from the view of numerous bibliometric scholars bibliometrics outside of social work applications within social work previously reported in the literature estimates that have been reported in the literature of how much social workers publish and how much impact those publications have had how citation analysis can be used to analyzed a selection of publications in a single journal and their subsequent impact how citation analysis might be used to improve academic employment decisions concerns regarding self-citation and multiple authorship measurement issues in bibliometrics e. The Librarians' Employment Handbook PDF outlines the rules and procedures around promotion and professional development.
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Uses & abuses of social research in social work.
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PLOS is also a tool that may be used to utilize information on engagement. The nature and role of each of the literatures will be explored here, and the chapter will argue that by ignoring the three other literatures of social science, bibliometric evaluation produces a distorted picture of social science fields.
Review articles get heavily cited, leading to some very high impact factors for these journals.
Finally, it will become a work of reference, and a very enjoyable read, for all those who, because of their work, may be better acquainted with the arguments it develops. There are disciplinary and even sub-disciplinary differences and these should not be crossed in any comparisons.
Specialist databases such as Web of Science and Scopus provide various tools for doing this analysis. What is the h-index? The authors propose that hiring, retention, tenure and promotion decisions could be made more uniform and fair by using citation analysis.
Citizens and Permanent Residents of Canada will be given priority. Metrics can be gamed. With altmetrics, you can often see who is talking about your work as well as what they are saying. Was the online attention a dozen tweets, or was it covered in more depth in a source like the New York Times.
In this book, Yves Gingras offers a spirited argument against an unquestioning reliance on bibliometrics as an indicator of research quality. The most prominent altmetrics product is Altmetricbut websites and publishers may also provide additional alternative metric data.
For more information about Waterloo, please visit the University of Waterloo website. Bibliometrics have been around for quite a while, so times cited and journal impact factors should be familiar even if they don't know exactly how the JIF is calculated.
As per policy 18any qualified internal candidates will be given first consideration. They are often incomplete or biased; data has been largely collected by hand which is expensivethough citation indexes can also be used; incorrect citing of sources occurs continually; thus, further investigation is required to truly understand the rationale behind citing to allow it to be confidently applied.
These literatures form distinct, yet partially overlapping worlds each serving a different purpose. Bibliometric methods can help you explore the academic impact of a field, a set of researchers or a particular journal paper.Tracing thought through time and space: A selective review of bibliometrics in social work Article · Literature Review (PDF Available) in Social Work in Health Care 41() · February Bibliometrics is the use of statistical methods to analyse books, articles, and other publications.
Bibliometric methods are frequently used in the field of library and information science. The sub-field of bibliometrics which concerns itself with the analysis of scientific publications is called scientometrics.
example, a recent article in the ﬁeld of social work proposes ‘a new tool for con-structing cases for tenure, promotion, and other professional decisions,’ based on prioritizing high-impact journals, as measured by citation counts (Hodge and Lacasse ). My argument is not that bibliometrics is ﬂawed but rather that ideology shapes.
Jul 01, · For many social work academics, especially those with ambition, the chapter by Holden, Rosenberg and Barker (the editors of the book) about the potential of bibliometrics in hiring, appointment and tenure decisions will be atlasbowling.com by: Bibliometrics in Social Work critically examines these methods and their applications in social work.
The book will be an enlightening read for social work scholars and those academic administrators involved in the evaluation of social work scholars, as well as academic.
Bibliometrics in Social Work examiness the cross-disciplinary field of bibliometrics, including the multiple techniques and applications that have been described in the scholarly literature. Moving beyond this general overview, the authors examine applications of bibliometrics in social work.