The above are potential reasons why authors might cite
the book rather than the original article, but they do not mean that from a social perspective citing the book is welfare increasing.
The sociologists he cites
underline the importance of the demographic decline of the clergy to the point of extinction.
Darling-Hammond, in Teaching and Knowledge: Policy Issues Posed by Alternative Certification for Teachers (1992), asserts that there are "consistently positive relationships between student achievement in science and the teacher's background in both education courses and science courses," and she cites
four studies in support of this statement.
Distance A-B = (1 - similarity)/(1 - similarity threshold) Similarity = co-cites
is in fact two colonies of buildings on the southern edge of the Parc de la Villette, the 35 hectare urban park conceived by Bernard Tschumi in the late 1980s (AR August 1989).
Teresa is so confident that she partnered with Ken Russell, Vice President of CITE
Sparta, suggesting that I wrongly believed that all Greeks embraced similar ideas of freedom and "the consent of the governed.
In doing so I have not "replaced" Sojourner Truth but "cited" her, as she cites Jesus.
that scientists (in contrast to humanists) tend to disregard the literature, are not acquainted with most of it, and cite
only what they have recently heard about at meetings and from colleagues.
The report recommends that CMS provide clear, explicit guidelines to state survey agencies, including more specific guidance to states on quality-of-life deficiency tags and clearer directions on when to cite
single or multiple deficiencies.
des Dames (1405), a long allegorical defense of women's merits that could be considered the capstone of her career, was virtually unknown to modern readers until the publication in 1982 of Earl Jeffrey Richards' English translation of British Library ms.
The attorneys explained that they were able to cite
examples of systemic and systematic bias against owners by the Court.