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Communicating research [electronic resource]

Communicating research [electronic resource]

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개인저자
Meadows, A. J. (Arthur Jack).
서명 / 저자사항
Communicating research [electronic resource] / edited by A.J. Meadows.
발행사항
Bingley, UK :   Emerald,   1997.  
형태사항
1 online resource (x, 264 p.).
총서사항
Library and information science,1876-0562 ; v. 97.2
ISBN
0124874150 (acid-free paper) 9781849507998 (electronic bk.)
요약
Communicating Research explores how changing technologies affect academic research practices. The book begins with the rise of electronic media and fundamental changes in the dissemination of research. It then outlines the problems and concerns of researchers, librarians, and publishers: inadequacies of copyright laws, the rise of interlibrary loan practices, and the unchecked broadcast of working papers. These problems lead to a discussion of research practices across scholarly disciplines and an investigation of the biases and intentions of practitioners. The book includes historical data and observations on the current scene in order to make predictions about the future. Communicating Research draws conclusions about the ways that differing norms, such as the differences in the ways chemists and sociologists conduct, write, and publish their research, affect publication trends. The book also looks closely at the efficiency of publication strategies and their effectiveness in reaching the researchers' targeted audiences. Meadows uses two avenues to explore the communication of research findings. One is the medium used to convey the message; the other is the needs of the research community. He offers a solid base of analysis for understanding researchers, their biases, their assumptions about the communication, and the publishers. It explains variations in the reviewing processes for books and journals. It tailors communication and publishing insights for researchers, and offers superior historical information.
일반주기
Title from e-Book title page.  
내용주기
Change and growth / A.J. Meadows -- Channels for communicating research / A.J. Meadows -- Making research public / A.J. Meadows -- Finding out about research / A.J. Meadows -- Research traditions / A.J. Meadows -- Who does research and with what results? / A.J. Meadows.
서지주기
Includes bibliographical references (p. 243-255) and index.
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Issued also as a book.  
일반주제명
Research --Communication systems. Communication in science. Communication of technical information.
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목차

Change and Growth	
Research Traditions	
Who Does Research and with What Results	
Channels for Communicating Research	
Making Research Public	
Finding Out about Research	
Postscript	
References	
Index

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