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Scientists' referencing (mis)behavior revealed by the dissemination network of referencing errors.(Report)

Byline: Liming Liang (1), Zhen Zhong (2), Ronald Rousseau (3,4) Keywords: Referencing behavior; Copying references; Dissemination network of referencing errors; Ethics in science Abstract: This study illustrates scientists' referencing (mis)behavior by structuring the dissemination network of refere... Full description

Journal Title: Scientometrics Dec, 2014, Vol.101(3), p.1973(14)
Main Author: Liang, Liming
Other Authors: Zhong, Zhen , Rousseau, Ronald
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title: Scientists' referencing (mis)behavior revealed by the dissemination network of referencing errors.(Report)
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description: Byline: Liming Liang (1), Zhen Zhong (2), Ronald Rousseau (3,4) Keywords: Referencing behavior; Copying references; Dissemination network of referencing errors; Ethics in science Abstract: This study illustrates scientists' referencing (mis)behavior by structuring the dissemination network of referencing errors. The sample set consists of 16,622 referencing errors of a highly cited paper published by Laemmli, UK in Nature in 1970. Dissemination networks of thirteen types of volume-page double errors and one type of page-only error are constructed and analyzed. Focusing on papers which carry the same volume-page double error, or the same page error, the citing-cited relationship between any two of them was identified and author bylines were compared to find common author(s). Our investigation results in three disseminating routes of referencing errors. Route 1: Citing a paper and copying its reference Route 2: Copying a reference from another paper but without citing this paper Route 3: Copying references from an earlier paper published by the author himself (herself) without rechecking the accuracy of the reference. The first two routes reflect scientists' referencing misbehavior while the third calls attention to self-copying of references. Author Affiliation: (1) Institute for Science, Technology and Society, Henan Normal University, Xinxiang, 453007, China (2) School of Management, Henan University of Technology, Zhengzhou, 450001, China (3) University of Antwerp (UA), IOIW-IBW, Venusstraat 35, 2000, Antwerp, Belgium (4) Department of Mathematics, KU Leuven, Louvain, Belgium Article History: Registration Date: 05/03/2014 Received Date: 15/12/2013 Online Date: 30/03/2014
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