Thursday, July 19, 2018

Citation context analysis


see also

citation

content analysis

qualitative research methods

research methods

text analysis

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Howard, Rebecca Moore, Tricia Serviss, and Tanya K. Rodrigue. “Writing from Sources, Writing from Sentences.” Writing and Pedagogy 2.2 (Fall 2010): 177-192.

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Shi, Ling. “Textual Appropriation and Citing Behaviors of University Undergraduates.” Applied Linguistics 4 Dec. 2008; doi:10.1093/applin/amn045.

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Small, Henry G. “Cited Documents as Concept Symbols.” Social Studies of Science 8 (1978): 327-40.

Smith, Linda. “Citation Analysis.” Library Trends (Summer 1981): 83-106.

Swales, John. “Citation Analysis and Discourse Analysis.” Applied Linguistics 7 (1986): 39-56.

White, Howard D. “Citation Analysis and Discourse Analysis Revisited.” Applied Linguistics 25.1 (2004): 89-116.