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Special Issue on Ibero-American informational thinking (II)
Guest Editor: Carlos Alberto Ávila Araújo, Federal University of Minas Gerais, Brazil
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Ricardo Arencibia-Jorge, Lourdes García-García, Ernesto Galban-Rodriguez, Humberto Carrillo-Calvet
The quality of a scientific publication has long been associated with the number of citations it receives from other studies. In this sense, a citation is a hypertextual element resulting from one author’s recognition of earlier research publications. Read more.