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July 27, 2020 09:23AM
Marx, W. and Bornmann, L., 2013. The emergence
of plate tectonics and the Kuhnian model of paradigm
shift: a bibliometric case study based on the Anna
Karenina principle. Scientometrics, 94(2), pp.595-614.
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Bornmann, L. and Marx, W., 2012. The Anna Karenina
principle: A way of thinking about success in science.
Journal of the American Society for Information Science
and Technology, 63(10), pp.2037-2051.
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Paul H.

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