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Contributorship, author’s seniority and division of labor in science

Drawing on a comprehensive and multidisciplinary dataset of contributorship statements of more than 87,000 scientific papers, Larivière, Desrochers, Macaluso, Mongeon, Paul-Hus et Sugimoto (2016) bring to light a clear distinction between technical and conceptual contributions: While conceptual tasks are typically associated with authors with higher seniority, technical tasks are more often performed by younger scholars. Results of this study, to be published in Social Studies of Science, […] Read more

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Midis du chercheur UQTR

This content is not available in the selected language. Dans le cadre des Midis du chercheur, l’UQTR a reçu, le 10 mars 2016, la visite de Vincent Larivière, titulaire de la Chaire de recherche du Canada sur les transformations de la communication savante, et professeur adjoint à l’École de bibliothéconomie et des sciences de l’information […] Read more

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Altmetrics Data Quality Code of Conduct

The National Information Standards Organization (NISO) seeks comments on the draft Altmetrics Data Quality Code of Conduct developed by the NISO Working Group C (Data Quality), co-chaired by Stefanie Haustein and Greg Tananbaum (SPARC). The Code of Conduct aims to improve the quality of altmetric data by increasing the transparency of data provision and aggregation […] Read more

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Call for papers for the Canadian Journal of Sociology : The role of national journals in the social sciences and humanities

Vincent Larivière and Jean-Philippe Warren are guest editing a special issue of Canadian Journal of Sociology which aims to explore the roles and functions of social sciences and humanities journals in the new scholarly ecosystem. Call for papers The role of national journals in the social sciences and humanities Canadian Journal of Sociology The vast […] Read more

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Facteur d’impact: définition du concept

This content is not available in the selected language. Résumé Vincent Larivière, professeur en Sciences de l’information à l’Université de Montréal et membre du CIRST, définit le concept “facteur d’impact” dans l’ouvrage collectif «Sciences, technologies et sociétés de A à Z».   À PROPOS DU LIVRE Fruit du réseau d’expertise du Centre interuniversitaire de recherche […] Read more