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LOS HABITOS DE CITACION DE LOS AUTORES DE LA REVISTA YVYRARETA 1 edition

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LOS HABITOS DE CITACION DE LOS AUTORES DE LA REVISTA YVYRARETA

Published 2008 by Seminario Internacional sobre Estudios Cuantitativos y Cualitativos de la Ciencia y la Tecnología in La Havana, Cuba .

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25
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e book grams

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OL24395423M

History Created October 27, 2010 · 2 revisions Download catalog record: RDF / JSON

October 27, 2010 Edited by 190.192.163.38 Paper which has by objective to observe the manifest behaviour of the authors who published in Yvyraretá –a review edited by the Instituto de Investigaciones Forestales dependent of the Facultad de Ciencias Forestales of the Universidad Nacional de Misiones- devoted to forestry and related subjects, which has published 12 numbers since 1990. It interprets, the ways that items adopt, by elaborating tables and statistical interpretations. It concludes in which authors has an index of collaboration of 3.10 by work, use English as the first language of consultation. It is important the use of the Portuguese language which reaches 9.54%, which besides is one of the idioms in which it is allowed to publish in the review. It is offered some emprical data about self citation and some critical observations are made about the obsolescence of certain materials suppousedly old which are among the most cited and which are of high utility. The authors belong primordially to the university sector and they mainly belong to agronomic and forestry engineering, belonging the majority to the masculine genere
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