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E-Research: Transformations in Scholarly Practice

Acknowledgments

Part I: Introduction

1    The Contours and Challenges of e-Research

Nicholas W. Jankowski
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Part II: Conceptualization

2    Towards a Sociology of e-Research: Shaping Practice and Advancing Knowledge

Ralph Schroeder & Jenny Fry
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3    e-Research as Intervention

Paul Wouters & Anne Beaulieu
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Part III: Development

4    Developing the UK-based e-Social Science Research Program

Peter Halfpenny, Rob Procter, Yu-Wei Lin & Alex Voss
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5    e-Research and scholarly community in the humanities

Paul Genoni, Helen Merrick & Michele Willson
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6    The Rise of e-Science in Asia. Dreams and Realities for Social Science Research: Case studies of Singapore and South Korea

Carol Soon & Han Woo Park
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Part IV: Collaboration

7    Creating Shared Understanding across Distance: Distance Collaboration across Cultures in R&D

Petra Sonderegger
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8    Moving from Small Science to Big Science: Social and Organizational Impediments to Large Scale Data Sharing

Eric T. Meyer
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Part V: Visualization

9    Visualization in e-Social Science

Mike Thelwall
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10    A Picture is Worth a Thousand Questions: Visualization Techniques for Social Science     Discovery in Computational Spaces

Howard T. Welser, Thomas Lento, Marc Smith, Eric Gleave & Itia Himelboim
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Part VI: Data Preservation & Reuse

11    Web Archiving as e-Research

Steven M. Schneider, Kirsten A. Foot & Paul Wouters
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12     The Promise of Data in e-Research: Many Challenges, Multiple Solutions, Diverse Outcomes

Ann Zimmerman, Nathan Bos, Judy Olson & Gary Olson
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13    Naming, Documenting and Contributing to e-Science

Samuelle Carlson & Ben Anderson
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Part VII: Access & copyright

14     Open Access to e-Research

Robert Lucas & John Willinsky
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15     Intellectual Property in the Context of e-Science

Dan L. Burk
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Part VIII: Case studies

16     Situated Innovations in e-Social Science

Bridgette Wessels & Max Craglia
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17     Wikipedia as Distributed Knowledge Laboratory: The Case of Neoliberalism

Clifford Tatum & Michele LaFrance
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