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Evolution of the Socio-cognitive Structure of Knowledge Management (1986–2015): An Author Co-citation Analysis

management and intellectual capital researchers Knowledge and Process Management 13 4 264 269 Day, R. E. (2001). Totality and representation: A history of knowledge management through European documentation, critical modernity, and post-Fordism. Journal of the American Society for information Science and Technology, 52(9), 725–735. 10.1002/asi.1125 Day R. E. 2001 Totality and representation: A history of knowledge management through European documentation, critical modernity, and post-Fordism Journal of the American Society for information Science and

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A Framework for the Assessment of Research and Its Impacts

) ), peer review, publication metrics, scientific leadership, scientific integrity, and the use of science for policy (see also Saltelli & Funtowicz (2015) in The End of the Cartesian Dream ). The transmission channel of this crisis from science to scientific advice is attributed to the collapse of the dual legitimacy system which was the basis of modernity, namely, the arrangement by which science provided legitimate facts, policy, and legitimate norms. The obsolescence of the classical opposition between scientific approach and dogmatic approach, generated by the

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