Highly Cited Articles in Library and Information Science: An Analysis of Content and Authorship Trends
Thirty-two highly cited articles that were influential to scholarly communication in library and information science (LIS) in the latter part of the twentieth century are identified and examined. Journal distributions, major subject themes, and authorship characteristics of these articles are discussed and compared to the majority of scholarly articles published in LIS during the same time period.
Blessinger, K. D., & Hrycaj, P. (2010). Highly Cited Articles in Library and Information Science: An Analysis of Content and Authorship Trends. Retrieved from https://digitalcommons.lsu.edu/libraries_pubs/5