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Not on discipline's duration, but on how the social structure of knowledge 
production effects discipline's network segmentation see a brilliant 
qualitative account, comparing high energy physics to. molecular biology in 
Karin Knorr-Cetina's  Epistemic Cultures
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From: "Peter Carrington" <[log in to unmask]>
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Sent: Tuesday, January 29, 2008 3:05 AM
Subject: references on scientific networks needed


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> I am working with some colleagues on a proposal for a study of the 
> published research on gambling and the community of researchers who do 
> this research.
>
> Our hypothesis, or speculation, is that a field that has been operating 
> for a long time  e.g., Physics  is more likely to have stable, dense 
> networks and otherwise characteristic patterns of collaboration and 
> citation than a field that has been operating for a short time.
>
> Any suggestions re literature relevant to this topic would be greatly 
> appreciated.
>
> Best, Peter Carrington
>
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