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  • ...he [[essay]] develop into a periodical artform. The dates for "Restoration literature" are a matter of convention, and they differ markedly from [[literary genre ...]] literature that showed an increasing despair among [[Puritan]]s, or the literature of rapid communication and trade that followed in the wake of England's [[m
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  • ...ard's Citations]]'' (1873). In 1960, [[Eugene Garfield]]'s [[Institute for Scientific Information]] (ISI) introduced the first citation index for papers publishe ... 2003. Retrieved November 17, 2008.</ref> with other measures of scholarly/scientific performance and impact and can in some cases be enhanced by making a work [
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  • ...‘‘[[Philosophical Transactions]],’’ generally considered the first scientific journal, in 1665 by the Royal Society (London). ...ety]] ([[London]]), was founded in Philadelphia in 1743. As numerous other scientific journals and societies were founded, Alois Senefelder developed the concept
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  • In his scientific work he defended Slavs, who were downtrodden and considered inferior by the ...[Ján Kollár]] accomplished through his poetry, Šafárik did through his scientific work; both aimed at the promotion of the ideology of [[Pan-Slavism]], which
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  • ...these are typically available only by subscription (which most astronomy research facilities have). ...ays or weeks can now be carried out in seconds via the sophisticated ADS [[search engine]]. Studies have found that the benefit to astronomy of the ADS is eq
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  • ...generally from 100 to 200 words, of the contents of a document such as a research paper, journal article, [[thesis]], review, [[academic conference|conferenc ... research methodology. Indicative abstract simply describes what kind of research or writing the document is about and it does not contain any material conte
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  • ...the same as [[creationism]], with proponents maintaining that ID relies on scientific evidence rather than on Scripture or [[religion|religious]] doctrines. ID m ...g that unless a person is “deflected by a fear of incurring the wrath of scientific opinion, one arrives at the conclusion that biomaterials with their amazing
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  • ...hen recently formed City Philosophical Society, where he heard lectures on scientific subjects, of which chemistry and electricity held the most sway over his im
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  • ...kinds of publications that are accepted as contributions of knowledge or research vary greatly between fields, as do review and publication processes. ...cation; publications on the internet allow for easier access from home and search engines help a user find articles faster. Since the early 1990s, licensing
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  • ...ions. As of June 2006, they had more than 3,600 books online for browsing, searching, and reading. ...rch. Universities and/or funding agencies pay faculty members to produce research and they are expected to disseminate the results in [[peer review]]ed venue
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  • ...otect against certain [[cancer]]s, and promote skin health, with diverse research findings. The other R, R, R tocopherol vitamins are slowly being recognized as research begins to elucidate their additional roles in the human body. Many naturopa
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  • ...ortant ecological role and for humans are of value for both commerce and research. In [[food chain]]s, hagfish are consumed by seabirds, [[pinniped]]s (seals There has been long discussion in scientific literature about the hagfish being classified as [[vertebrate]]s versus [[invertebrate
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  • ...[[Hippocrates]] around the year 400 B.C.E., the first attempt to provide a scientific explanation for the disease came in 1747 from the Scottish physician [[Jame ...was not yet understood. Between 1928 and 1933, the [[Hungary|Hungarian]] research team of Joseph L. Svirbely and [[Albert Szent-Györgyi]] and, independently
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  • ...cularly in media accounts, although this term is discouraged in scientific literature. Most researchers recognize that prodigious talent tends to arise as a result of the innat
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  • ...e ''[[de facto]]'' [[national library]] of the [[United States]] and the research arm of the [[United States Congress]]. Located in three buildings in [[Wash ...cal database]]s freely accessible over the Internet through the [[Entrez]] search engine and PubMed.
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  • ...rary, [http://guides.library.yale.edu/c.php?g=295913&p=1975839 Comparative Literature: Primary, secondary & tertiary sources] Retrieved April 8, 2017.</ref> ...copy down bibliographical information, adding annotations will force the researcher to read each source carefully. An annotation requires the source to be cr
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  • ... existence. Philosophy and religion have been of greater relevance, as has literature. Diverse philosophical positions include essentialist, [[existentialism|exi == Scientific Approaches to the Meaning of Life ==
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  • |scientific cassification ...n for [[beauty]] and [[aesthetics]], and can use [[art]], [[music]], and [[literature]] to express concepts and feelings. Their mental capability, natural [[curi
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  • In 1950 Russell received the [[Nobel Prize]] in [[Literature]], "in recognition of his varied and significant writings in which he champ ...er of Merit]], and the following year he received the [[Nobel Prize]] in [[Literature]].
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  • ...ll structured bibliographic database is an indispensable tool for modern researchers to find descriptive records of relevant information sources. Also, bibli ...use a library's database to identify and locate books for class work and research. The books are then usually obtained through the library or by an [[interl
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