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Table 4: Top 10 most cited journal articles in the social sciences (excluding methodological articles) Two nodes of cooperation have been established. A larger one, involving seven countries and in which the United States had the most active partnership (a liaison force of 45 people working on 57 documents); The largest research collaborations were Canada, Germany, Spain, Australia, France and Sweden. The other hub was where England (with a liaison force of 37 and 20 documents) had strong cooperation with mainly European countries such as Denmark, the Netherlands and Switzerland. We found that Italy and Norway rarely cooperate with other countries in investigations. (Figure 5). Table 1: The 25 most cited books in the social sciences The colossal size of the scientific literature means that the top 100 papers are extreme outliers. Thomson Reuter`s Web of Science contains about 58 million articles. If this corpus were scaled to Kilimanjaro, then the 100 most cited works would represent only 1 centimeter on the summit. Only 14,499 articles – about a metre and a half tall – have more than 1,000 citations (see “Paper Mountain”). Meanwhile, the ramifications include works that have been cited only once, if at all—a group that comprises about half of the articles. Another useful exercise is to compare the first ten books in Table 1 with the second most cited books by the same authors to measure consistency. One would expect the ratio to start relatively high and then decrease if the difference in citations between the second most cited books were smaller than the most cited books, and indeed, as expected, the top three authors, Thomas Kuhn, Everett Rogers and Paulo Freire, all have higher ratings than the bottom four on the list.

The obvious exception here, however, is Benedict Anderson, whose second most-cited publication, his 1998 book The Spectre of Comparisons, has only 979 citations, for a ratio of 68.6 to 1. One point to watch out for about Anderson`s Imagined Communities is that, as with some of the other books on the list, many, if not most, of its quotes are references to the title (i.e. nations are “imagined communities”) rather than anything actually in the book, prompting one author to write about Imagined Communities, which “has rarely been such a popular critical bestseller and at the same time so ignored”. 5 characteristics of an oft-cited article. (2019, August 23). Retrieved by: I know I`m a year behind on this post, but in case anyone was still listening, I was wondering how Donald Schon`s book, The Reflective Practitioner, wasn`t on this list. It currently has over 52k citations on Google Scholar. Schon had a doctorate in philosophy and my general feeling is that sociology, management and education are the disciplines that most often cite his work.

An important recent development in research on the effect of citations is the discovery of models of universality or citation effects that apply to different disciplines in the natural sciences, social sciences and humanities. For example, it has been shown that the number of citations a publication receives, when properly scaled relative to its average on articles published in the same discipline and in the same year, follows a universal logarithmic normal distribution that is the same in each discipline. [48] This finding proposed a universal measure of the citation effect that extends the h-index by correctly resizing the number of citations and rearranging publications, but calculating such a universal measure requires the collection of detailed citation data and statistics for each discipline and each year. Social crowdsourcing tools such as Scholarometer have been proposed to meet this need. [49] [50] Kaur et al. proposed a statistical method for assessing the universality of citation impact measures, i.e., their ability to fairly compare impacts across domains. [51] Their analysis identifies universal impact measures such as the field-normalized h-index. According to a recent study on what constitutes an HCA, title is one of the most important factors. A title between 7 and 13 words seems to capture the general purpose of the article without being too wordy. This analysis also revealed that the headlines of the most popular newspapers are short, which further strengthens the arguments in favour of the short and soft title. Most of this software is based on density functional theory (DFT), the most cited concept in the physical sciences. Twelve articles in the top 100 list refer to it, including 2 of the top 10.

At its core, DFT is an approximation that makes mathematics impossible easy, says Feliciano Giustino, a materials physicist at the University of Oxford in the United Kingdom. To study the electron behavior in a silicon crystal by considering how each electron and nucleus interacts with all the other electrons and nuclei, a researcher would have to analyze a sextillion (1021) terabyte of data, he says, far beyond the capacity of a conceivable computer. DFT reduces data requirements to a few hundred kilobytes and is therefore within the capacity of a standard laptop. The bibliometric analysis was conducted on March 14, 2022. Two independent researchers who searched the Web of Science Core Collection (Clarivate Analytics), a search platform that provides an extensive bibliographic database on the Science Citation Index Expanded (SCIE) using the search category, identified articles. The search strategy was conducted in the “Public, Environmental and Occupational Health” category. We refined the search by selecting original research articles and reviews. The 100 articles with the most citations were suitable for bibliometric analysis, ranked in descending order of citation. Any disagreements between the reviewers were discussed among themselves to make a final decision.

The author has sorted these articles in descending order by number of citations. There are a few things to keep in mind when looking for HCAs in your area. First, each database (e.g., Web of Science, Google Scholar, etc.) only populates the articles that are in its database. Other articles may be published in your area of interest that are not in the database you are looking for. For this reason, it is important to search multiple databases when searching for HCA. The study found that some methods, such as the use of SEM and designs such as meta-analysis, predicted higher article citations.

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