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Thematic and citation structure dynamics of Organic Food & Farming research

Abstract : This paper analyses the Organic Food & Farming (OF&F) scientific domain dynamic throught a "progressive document co-citation analysis" based on peer-reviewed papers from Web of Science. The dataset of OF&F domain displayed an exponential growth and a thematic diversification pattern. Both dominant and marginal clusters in association with their main cited articles were identified. This study enables to pinpoint major themes addressed or emerging. It can feed further research work and projects, namely with the definition of information system and research policy
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Guillaume Ollivier, Stephane Bellon, Servane Penvern. Thematic and citation structure dynamics of Organic Food & Farming research. 3. ISOFAR Scientific Conference at the 17. IFOAM Organic World Congress, Sep 2011, Gyeonggi Paldang, South Korea. ⟨hal-02748525⟩



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