The Hidden Perils of Citation Counting for Australasian Political Science
In a recent article in Australian Journal of Political Science, Dale and Goldfinch present 'standard' journal-based publication and citation rankings of Australasian political science departments designed to complement what they characterise as the multidisciplinary, historical, qualitative and humanistic political science of the region. However, the 'highly cited' articles in their top-ranked political science department belong to quantitative psychology. Through unravelling why their study...[Show more]
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