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By examining citations in international relations journal articles published between 2000 and 2005, this study reveals that international relations scholars more heavily rely on books rather than on journals. Less than 2% of the citations are from electronic resources. Materials in foreign languages are utilized insignificantly, with English language citations dominating the research literature. The analysis of subject scatter details the main disciplines that are associated with internationaldoi:10.1016/j.lcats.2007.11.001 fatcat:ul5bncrdyfbhjifymgxikvx2bu