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Автор:Георгий Николаенко

How many knowledge claims are there in a scientific text? A study of three neuroscientific articles’ content as reflected in the citing publications

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How many knowledge claims are there in a scientific text? A study of three neuroscientific articles’ content as reflected in the citing publications

Alexander V. Shkurko

Независимый исследователь / Independent researcher

КЛЮЧЕВЫЕ СЛОВА:

SCIENTOMETRICS, CITATION ANALYSIS, PUBLICATION, CITATION CONTEXT, CITATION CONTENT,KNOWLEDGE CLAIM

АННОТАЦИЯ:

Citations are treated as a mark of scientific contribution indicating its value for the scientific community. The in-depth studies of citing behavior show different motivation to cite and various types of citations challenging the view that all citations should be treated as equal. One aspect of citations, however, remains underestimated. Not only researchers can interpret the cited article in different ways and attribute different significance to it, but they can focus on different pieces of knowledge embedded in the text. In this study, citations are used to identify how many different knowledge objects can be extracted from one scientific publication by the scientific community. Three academic articles in neuroscience are chosen as target articles. Samples of the publications citing target articles are analyzed to reveal the cognitive content associated with them by other researchers. The study showed that the diversity of knowledge associated with one scientific text is high: a number of different knowledge objects identified by other researchers varies from 12 to 56. Knowledge objects are distributed unevenly in the sample. A small number of knowledge objects are most popular whereas others are appearing seldom. However, the diversity of citations’ content shows that a scientific publication can be valued for different reasons and there are numerous ways how it can contribute to scientific growth.

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Автор:Георгий Николаенко

Феномен «мусорных» журналов как прямое следствие коммерциализации науки

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Феномен «мусорных» журналов как прямое следствие коммерциализации науки

Михайлов Олег Васильевич

Казанский национальный исследовательский технологический университет

КЛЮЧЕВЫЕ СЛОВА:

«МУСОРНЫЕ» ЖУРНАЛЫ, OPEN ACCESS, ПУБЛИКАЦИЯ, ИМПАКТ-ФАКТОР, WEB OF SCIENCE, SCOPUS,»GARBAGE» JOURNALS, PUBLICATION, IMPACT-FACTOR

АННОТАЦИЯ:

Рассмотрена весьма злободневная проблема, связанная с появлением в последние годы специфического феномена в научной журналистике — так называемых «мусорных» журналов. Высказано мнение, что первопричиной этого, с одной стороны, является коммерциализация официальной науки, с другой — то, что в современном научном сообществе есть немало лиц, низкий уровень научных изысканий которых не позволяет им надеяться на публикацию сво- их статей в авторитетных научных журналах, и в частности тех, которые индексируются в Web of Science и Scopus. Высказан ряд рекомендаций относительно того, как избежать нежелательного опубликования статей в подобных журналах.

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Phenomenon of “garbage” journals as a direct effect of science commercialization

Mikhailov Oleg V.

Kazan National Research Technological University

The extremely serious problem associated with the emergence in recent years of a specific phenomenon in scientific journalism, namely with the so-called “garbage” journals, has been considered. The opinion that the first reason for this, on the one hand, is the commercialization of official science, has been expressed. On the other hand, the fact that there are many people in the modern scientific community whose low level of scientific research does not allow them to hope for the publication of their articles in authoritative scientific journals, and in particular those that are indexed in the Web of Science and Scopus. A number of recommendations concerning of this how to avoid undesirable publication of articles in such journals, was presented.

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