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Citation analysis for e-government research

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Citation analysis for e-government research
Various research papers question and analyze the maturity of the e-government research area and its stance as a scientific discipline. The common conclusion of these papers is the exposure of the deficiency in common research methodology in the EGR field. However, this lack of common methods characterizes the papers that analyze the field as well. The aim of this paper is to propose a common methodology for the research of the EGR field in social network and citation analysis terms. The paper introduces and describes a data set that allows for such analysis and outlines the prospects for further research. Categories and Subject Descriptors E.1 [Data Structures]: graphs and networks; J.1 [Administrative data processing]: government; J.4 [Social and behavioral sciences]: sociology; General Terms Measurement, Documentation, Theory Keywords e-government, e-government research, social network analysis, citation analysis
Nusa Erman
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Type Conference
Year 2009
Where DGO
Authors Nusa Erman
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