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Using, citing and publishing scholarly content in the digital age: case study of humanities researchers

By David Nicholas


Purpose: The research upon which this article is largely based comes from a year-long international study of trustworthiness in scholarly communications in the digital age. Essentially, the main thrust of the project was to determine the impact of the digital transition and the new products it has ushered in, such as open access publications and the social media, on academic researchers’ scholarly practices. This paper focuses and reflects further on the disciplinary differences of scholarly researchers when it comes to using, citing and publishing and, especially, whether arts and humanities researchers are any different in the way they think and behave to their counterparts in the sciences and social sciences

Topics: гуманитарные науки, цитирование, научная коммуникация
Year: 2020
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