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Popular and/or prestigious? Measures of scholarly esteem

Ying Ding, Blaise Cronin
2011 Information Processing & Management  
However, a scholar may be highly cited but not highly regarded: popularity and prestige are not identical measures of esteem.  ...  We also relate measures of popularity and prestige to date of Ph.D. award, number of key publications, organizational affiliation, receipt of prizes/honors, and gender.  ...  Very roughly speaking, 40% of the authors in the top 40 were new entrants in each phase. Figure 3 . 3 Persistently popular and prestigious authorsShifting measures of esteem , names in bold).  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.ipm.2010.01.002 fatcat:ypn5wv5nirhtjpxf3uveb7np4u

The Highs in Communication Research: Research Topics With High Supply, High Popularity, and High Prestige in High-Impact Journals

Chung-hong Chan, Christiane Grill
2020 Communication Research  
More and more scholarly attention is paid to dissecting discipline of communication research under the microscope thereby aiming at revealing foci of scientific interest.  ...  Tailoring for the fragmented topical landscape of communication research, we propose an integrative combination of three metrics: supply, popularity, and prestige of research topics.  ...  Thus, we frame measures based on citation count barely as a measurement of popularity. 18.  ... 
doi:10.1177/0093650220944790 fatcat:lkfi3yvs5za7jikzotqruyzmfe

'Dickens, Popular Culture and Popular Politics in the 1830s: Oliver Twist', Dickens and the Popular Radical Imagination, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, pp. 65—105, 246—51 [chapter]

2017 Dickens and Victorian Print Cultures  
He is a world-famous author great and/or debased because of that popular appeal.  ...  That is a measure of James's pioneering work and unchallenged authority in the field of popular literature.  ... 
doi:10.4324/9781315257907-39 fatcat:ahtcrdivwjeetolkk3kh6dsidu

Why Sociology Has a Marginal Position in Civic Education in Bulgaria Nationally Specific and/or Universal Trends

Georgi Dimitrov, Elena Stoykova
2009 Journal of Social Science Education  
on sophisticated mediation of public policy and actions of citizens and through new forms of cultural communication.  ...  This relationship is pretty complex and problematic because each of the three constituents undergoes a phase of fundamental crisis of axiological and institutional character.  ...  It is highly indicative that the separation of scholarly communities into distinct fields took place following a strictly defined logic.  ... 
doaj:c513789136c4456ba8918bd214db6d40 fatcat:ciwcies5qzcv7b3a5niqegoq3a

Homer Simpson goes to Washington: American politics through popular culture

2009 ChoiceReviews  
What is most important is that the electorate has the opportunity to join a political party and/or interest group and to vote.  ...  Even when there is disagreement between advisers and/or institutions on a course of action, and the media might be highlighting these contradictory plans of action, presidents usually have numerous staff  ...  Afterword POPULAR CULTURE, POLITICAL PUNDITRY, AND THE BLRTH OF THE PRESIDENTIAL COOL Joseph J.  ... 
doi:10.5860/choice.46-4123 fatcat:lwm7u3z7ofgu7n3jujajarjwnm

Pulp fictions of medieval England: essays in popular romance

2005 ChoiceReviews  
is a subject of scholarly debate.  ...  Head is evidence of the medieval penchant for illusion, or counterfeit, food: dishes that surprise or entertain by the way in which they counter, either in composition or appearance, culinary and/or gustatory  ... 
doi:10.5860/choice.42-3281 fatcat:rdhygib24ngdjdyqzgtqjhigui

Associational Life in African Cities: Popular Responses to the Urban Crisis

Charles M. Becker, Arne Tostensen, Inge Tvedten, Mariken Vaa
2003 African Studies Review  
Gitau (b. 1961) obtained her Ph.D. degree in urban planning from the University of Central England in 1996. She is currently a lecturer at the Faculty of Architecture at the University of Nairobi.  ...  Mhamba (b. 1959) is currently an assistant lecturer at the Institute of Development Studies, University of Dar es Salaam.  ...  Housing co-operatives in urban Zimbabwe use private and/or public contractors to erect housing units.  ... 
doi:10.2307/1514989 fatcat:hzm5nlzohvgirnds27n3cqp62m

Associational Life in African Cities: Popular Responses to the Urban Crisis

Anne S. Lewinson, Arne Tostensen, Inge Tvedten, Mariken Vaa
2003 International Journal of African Historical Studies  
Gitau (b. 1961) obtained her Ph.D. degree in urban planning from the University of Central England in 1996. She is currently a lecturer at the Faculty of Architecture at the University of Nairobi.  ...  Mhamba (b. 1959) is currently an assistant lecturer at the Institute of Development Studies, University of Dar es Salaam.  ...  Housing co-operatives in urban Zimbabwe use private and/or public contractors to erect housing units.  ... 
doi:10.2307/3559452 fatcat:wuiw3d2lfnbozdipe2hpzjt7rm

Democratic 'empowerment' and democratisation of politics: Radical popular movements and the May 1992 Philippine elections

Olle Tornquist
1993 Third World Quarterly  
Some years ago Ben Anderson spoke of the revival of "cacique democracy" 5 -a concept which in turn may be related to the mainly Latin American argument, that the recent tendency towards more rule of law  ...  And usually "only" for freedom, the rule of law, and democracy. This sweeping generalisation can of course be questioned. To be sure, many people from the lower classes also protest.  ...  , and participation in national and/or local elections?  ... 
doi:10.1080/01436599308420339 fatcat:5tf5xtjgdjbhtoyl5p3mvelmcm

The Malleus maleficarum and the construction of witchcraft: theology and popular belief

2004 ChoiceReviews  
Menstrual magic is especially potent, as is the magic of widowed, non-virginal, and/or sexually unsatisfied women. 68 Men in this society constantly stress their own moral and social superiority over  ...  measures to combat them.  ...  preachers, and this popular belief existed side by side with the educated, clerical position approved by the canon Episcopi.  ... 
doi:10.5860/choice.41-6601 fatcat:hnzxgvwc6jb47gjvre6imeh5bi

5. Whose Orders? Chinese Popular God Temple Networks and the Rise of Chinese Mahāyāna Buddhist Monasteries in Southeast Asia [chapter]

Kenneth Dean, R. Michael Feener, Anne M. Blackburn
2019 Buddhist and Islamic Orders in Southern Asia  
For contemporary developments among the Qādiriyya and the Shādhiliyya orders as they established local forms in more westerly sections of the Indian Ocean world, see Anne K.  ...  and/or putihan communities had a Mekkan connection, however.  ...  and/or "Yea, the manifestation of my life itself, our lives themselves"; and/or "Yea, the Truth of my/your own life"; and so on] [10] When the heavens and earth were yet to exist Straight through unto  ... 
doi:10.1515/9780824877200-006 fatcat:xxd5yikf7bfwdi3s6v4lw4d4qa

Scholarly reputation building in the digital age: an activity-specific approach. Review article

Eti Herman, David Nicholas
2019 El Profesional de la Informacion  
Using a conceptual framework developed with the help of the European Commission and specifically designed for conducting analytical reviews and audits of the reputational value of scholarly activities,  ...  this study examines in some detail the practices -more than 30 of them-that comprise the present-day scientific undertaking from a reputation-accruing angle.  ...  Acknowledgements The European Commission's Institute for Prospective Technological Studies for funding the Analysis of emerging reputation, mechanisms for scholars project, which has informed this paper  ... 
doi:10.3145/epi.2019.ene.02 fatcat:4h5mm5btr5cefojmo5jgannm4u

Trends in Cultural Journalism

Annemarie Kersten, Susanne Janssen
2016 Journalism Practice  
The principles of art are seen to steer journalists' attention to an important degree: the review remains the predominant journalistic genre, and newspapers devote more attention to films by prestigious  ...  As such, film's prominence in the press doesn't seem to indicate a decline in serious cultural journalism but rather a revaluation of a popular cultural form.  ...  and/or symbolic capital (Allen and Lincoln 2004; Becker 1982) .  ... 
doi:10.1080/17512786.2016.1205955 fatcat:uut7kdwfyvdzvoffqtbg2e5g2q

Assessment of junior doctors' perceptions of difficulty of medical specialty training programs

Mary E. Rogers, Peter A. Creed, Judy Searle
2012 Journal of Vocational Education and Training  
difficulty, and length of training), (b) nominated their preferred medical specialty, and (c) completed a measure of medical values.  ...  Higher training difficulty specialties were seen as more prestigious and intellectually demanding, whereas lower training difficulty specialties were seen as consistent with lifestyle and service values  ...  in regard to difficulty of being accepted into a program, the difficulty with passing exams, and the length and/or flexibility of the training program.  ... 
doi:10.1080/13636820.2011.630538 fatcat:34aum6cc6rg4hkhxezw4n7yxju

Specialization and promotion in an academic discipline

Erin Leahey, Bruce Keith, Jason Crockett
2010 Research in Social Stratification and Mobility  
Using data on sociology PhD recipients in 1972-1976, we construct a measure of research specialization and add it to a traditional attainment model that includes productivity, visibility, and prestige  ...  of specialty area(s).  ...  in promotion, and/or (2) female sociologists were discriminated against during this timeframe.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.rssm.2009.12.001 fatcat:jhteb5iy2rbzjnzoksj2om6f5q
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