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Content available remote Some Aspects of Communication in Scientific Information and Library Science
Bibliometric methodology, particularly citation analysis, was used to characterise scholarly communication within information and library science in Poland regarding the form (electronic or printed) and types of documents cited. Furthermore, the relationships between the form and type of cited documents and the thematic areas represented by the articles was analysed. Articles published in the most important Polish LIS journals and collective works published in 2004 were taken into consideration. The research revealed that LIS communication in Poland is still based on printed documents, first of all journal articles and books. Electronic documents (including websites) play supplementary but indispensable role in this communication. It became obvious, that there is no one pattern of using various forms and types of documents across the whole discipline - individual thematic areas can be characterised by different structures of citations. Some non-deterministic relationships between such structures and thematic areas represented by articles were revealed.
Performing the profession of scientist consists generally in creation, determination, and application of specific 'cognitive values'. It is activity of people taking part in a micro-world, in which of great importance are the rules of communicating since what is most important in science belongs to objective knowledge about the world and about research into it. Therefore, scientists' collective care about forms of their responsibility for statements promoted and accepted is of utmost importance. The culture of creation and application of scientific knowledge is a literal culture. The 'World 3' (interpreted and modified by respective invention of the 'World 2') is a treasury of knowledge objectified by its record. Therefore, the language of scientific communication and ability to decode it are of such a great importance.
Content available remote Polish Geological Journals in Light of the ISI Citation Database
The State Committee for Scientific Research (KBN) introduced an objective critical evaluation of the scientific status of Polish research institutions (mostly based on number and quality of papers published) that determined level of their financial support. However, a strong over-production of low-quality scientific publications still characterizes the network of domestic journals in Poland, and many suggestions toward a consolidation of the publishing activity due to more critical criteria of their assessment and donating remain practically without response. On the other side, the recently available bibliometric data proved to be of more essential and practical significance also in increasing participation of Polish journals in international information transfer. Comparative-statistical analysis of a representative sample of the leading Polish geological scientific journals in 1996-2002 reveals a distinctive progress in editorial quality and citation indices in comparision to early 1990s, exemplified by the international success of 'Acta Palaeontologica Polonica'. As shown by 'Geological Quarterly', a likelihood of indexation of Polish scientific serials by the Institute for Scientific Information in Philadelphia (ISI) is enhanced by thematic preferences toward universal, 'hot field' research matters (especially these related to multidisciplinary environmental studies in Earth Sciences), paired with a progressive internationalisation of the article authors (predominantly from Central and Eastern Europe), increased competition among domestic authors and continuing non-direct promotion by publishing in the foreign core periodicals. Only that last prerequisite is more and more fulfilled as a result of rapidly increasing publication activity of Polish geoscientists even if rank of Poland in the world's geology ISI classification remains unchanged.
Studia Psychologica
tom 56
nr 2
109 – 125
This study explored the different conceptualizations of envy in scholarly psychological publications, in terms of cultural models shared in scientific community, which contribute to the social construction of this emotional experience. A text analysis based on social representation theory was conducted on a corpus of 450 abstracts consulted in PsycINFO Database and allowed the detection of five main representations of envy in psychological literature as primary destructiveness, subjective unfairness, narcissistic defence, competitive tendency and malicious joy. They are conceived along four latent dimensions respectively, regarding source (internal/external agency), function (self-development/other-derogation), self-awareness (low/high control) and legitimacy (moral/amoral values) of envy. The results highlight the psychoanalytic and psychosocial perspective about envy and its paradoxical function for social order.
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