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Boundary object or bridging concept? A citation network analysis of resilience Ecology and Society
Baggio, Jacopo A; Center for Behavior, Institutions and the Environment, School of Human Evolution and Social Change, Arizona State University; jbaggio@asu.edu; Brown, Katrina; Environment and Sustainability Institute, University of Exeter; katrina.brown@exeter.ac.uk; Hellebrandt, Denis; School of International Development, University of East Anglia; d.hellebrandt@uea.ac.uk.
Many recent studies observe the increasing importance, influence, and analysis of resilience as a concept to understand the capacity of a system or individual to respond to change. The term has achieved prominence in diverse scientific fields, as well as public discourse and policy arenas. As a result, resilience has been referred to as a boundary object or a bridging concept that is able to facilitate communication and understanding across disciplines, coordinate groups of actors or stakeholders, and build consensus around particular policy issues. We present a network analysis of bibliometric data to understand the extent to which resilience can be considered as a boundary object or a bridging concept in terms of its links across disciplines and...
Tipo: Peer-Reviewed Reports Palavras-chave: Bibliometric analysis; Boundary object; Bridging; Citation; Interdisciplinarity; Network; Resilience.
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Systematic notes on Asian birds. 6. A re-examination of the application of the name Oriolus steerii Sharpe, 1877 Naturalis
Dickinson, E.C.; Kennedy, R.S..
There has been some confusion over whether the name Oriolus steerii Sharpe, 1877, should be attached to the population of Basilan or the population of Negros of the Philippine oriole. Two separate descriptions appeared (Sharpe, 1877 a, b) and differed. A decision on which was the prior description was taken by Dickinson et al. (1991) and a fresh review of the facts shows that they were incorrect in selecting Basilan as the type locality of the nominate form. That decision was in contradiction to the approach taken by Greenway in Mayr & Greenway (1962). As there, the name must be assigned to the population of Negros. As a result, the population of Basilan must be called O. s. basilanicus Ogilvie- Grant, 1896, or if a broader species-concept is preferred...
Tipo: Article / Letter to the editor Palavras-chave: Oriolus steerii; Philippine oriole; Type locality; Lectotype; Citation; 42.83.
Ano: 2000 URL: http://www.repository.naturalis.nl/record/219440
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