Research 2001: Learned Societies Facilitating Information Awareness and Dissemination in Sociology and Anthropology

A Selected Bibliography

ALA/ACRL Anthropology and Sociology Section Annual Conference Program
Washington DC, June 28, 1998

Compiled by Ruth Baker


Allason-Jones, L., C. O’Brien, and G. Goodrick. (1995) Archaeology, Museums, and the World Wide Web. Journal of European Archaeology 3 (2): 33-42.

Bennett D.C. (1996) The Internationalization of Scholarship and Scholarly Societies in the Humanities and Social Sciences. Knowledge Organization 23 (4): 193-198.

Champion, S. and C. Chippindale. (1997) Special Review Section: Electronic Archaeology. Antiquity 71 (274): 1-26-1076. (see http://antiquity.ac.uk/ant/071/Ant0711026.htm for full contents & URLs for specific articles.)

Garfield, E. (1984) Anthropology Journals: What They Cite and What Cites Them. Current Anthropology 25 (4): 514-527. (with follow-up letter in Current Anthropology 26 (2): 285-286).

Harnad, S. (1982) Peer Commentary on Peer Review: A Case Study in Scientific Quality Control. Cambridge University Press. Reprinted from The Behavioral and Brain Sciences 5(2). (http://cogsci.soton.ac.uk/~harnad/Papers/Harnad/harnad96.peer.review.html)

Harnad, S. (1996) Implementing Peer Review on the Net: Scientific Quality Control in Scholarly Electronic Journals. In R. Peek and G. Newby, eds., Scholarly Publication: The Electronic Frontier. Cambridge: MIT Press.

Hartmann, J. (1995) Information Needs of Anthropologists. Behavioral and Social Sciences Librarian 13 (2): 13-34.

Pearce A. (1994) A Learned Society Publisher’s Perspective of Future Opportunities. Learned Publishing 7 (3): 153-157.

Rettig J. (1993) International Encyclopedia of Learned Societies and Academies (Book Review). Wilson Library Bulletin 68 (2): 90.

Thatcher S.G. (1996) Re-engineering Scholarly Communication: A Role for University Presses? Journal of Scholarly Publishing 27 (4): 197-207.

Wissoker, K. (1997) Scholarly Monographs Are Flourishing, Not Dying. Chronicle of Higher Education 12 September 1997, B4-B5.

Wood, D.J. (1998) Peer Review and the Web: The Implications of Electronic Peer Review for Biomedical Authors, Refereed and Learned Society Publishers. Journal of Documentation 54(2): 173-197.

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