บทความวิจัยในสาขา LIS จำนวน 32 เรื่องที่ได้รับการอ้างอิงสูงสุด

บทความวิจัยในสาขา Library and Information Science จำนวน 32 เรื่อง ที่ได้รับการอ้างอิงสูงสุด (ศึกษาในช่วงปี 1994-2004)

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อ้างอิง:
Blessinger, Kelly and Hrycaj Paul. (2010). “Highly cited articles in library and information science: An analysis of content and authorship trends”. Library & Information Science Research 32: 156–162.

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