Birger Hjørland


1995

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Toward a New Horizon in Information Science: Domain-Analysis
Birger Hjørland | Hanne Albrechtsen
1995 Volume 46 Issue 6

1999

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The DDC, the Universe of Knowledge, and the Post-Modern Library, by Francis L. Miksa
Birger Hjørland
1999 Volume 50 Issue 5

2000

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Relevance Research: The Missing Perspective(s): Non-Relevance and Epistemological Relevance
Birger Hjørland
2000 Volume 51 Issue 2

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Library and information science: practice, theory, and philosophical basis
Birger Hjørland
2000 Volume 36 Issue 3

2001

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Book review: Digital libraries, edited by William Y. Arms
Birger Hjørland
2001 Volume 52 Issue 2

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Towards a theory of aboutness, subject, topicality, theme, domain, field, content ... and relevance
Birger Hjørland
2001 Volume 52 Issue 9

2002

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Epistemology and the socio-cognitive perspective in information science
Birger Hjørland
2002 Volume 53 Issue 4

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Meta-analysis should also be visible inside information science (Letter to the Editor)
Birger Hjørland
2002 Volume 53 Issue 4

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The special competency of information specialists
Birger Hjørland
2002 Volume 53 Issue 14

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Work tasks and socio-cognitive relevance: A specific example
Birger Hjørland | Frank Sejer Christensen
2002 Volume 53 Issue 11

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Book review: The future of classification, edited by Rita Marcella and Arthur Maltby
Birger Hjørland
2002 Volume 53 Issue 1

2003

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Arguments for epistemology in information science
Birger Hjørland
2003 Volume 54 Issue 8

2007

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Information: Objective or subjective/situational?
Birger Hjørland
2007 Volume 58 Issue 10

2009

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Concept theory
Birger Hjørland
2009 Volume 60 Issue 8

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The controversy over the concept of "information": A rejoinder to Professor Bates
Birger Hjørland
2009 Volume 60 Issue 3

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Does JASIST have an archive?
Birger Hjørland
2009 Volume 60 Issue 2

2010

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Answer to Professor Szostak (concept theory)
Birger Hjørland
2010 Volume 61 Issue 5

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The foundation of the concept of relevance
Birger Hjørland
2010 Volume 61 Issue 2

2011

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Evaluation of an information source illustrated by a case study: Effect of screening for breast cancer
Birger Hjørland
2011 Volume 62 Issue 10

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Evidence-based practice: An analysis based on the philosophy of science
Birger Hjørland
2011 Volume 62 Issue 7

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The importance of theories of knowledge: Browsing as an example
Birger Hjørland
2011 Volume 62 Issue 3

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The importance of theories of knowledge: Indexing and information retrieval as an example
Birger Hjørland
2011 Volume 62 Issue 1

2013

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Citation analysis: A social and dynamic approach to knowledge organization
Birger Hjørland
2013 Volume 49 Issue 6

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Facet analysis: The logical approach to knowledge organization
Birger Hjørland
2013 Volume 49 Issue 2

2015

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Are relations in thesauri "context-free, definitional, and true in all possible worlds"?
Birger Hjørland
2015 Volume 66 Issue 7

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The phrase "information storage and retrieval" (IS&R): An historical note
Birger Hjørland
2015 Volume 66 Issue 6

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Classical databases and knowledge organization: A case for boolean retrieval and human decision-making during searches
Birger Hjørland
2015 Volume 66 Issue 8

2017

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Does informetrics need a theory? A rejoinder to professor anthony van raan
Birger Hjørland
2017 Volume 68 Issue 12

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Theory Development in the Information Sciences. Diane H. Sonnenwald. Austin, TX: University of Texas Press, 2016. 343 pp. $90.00 (Hardcover) (ISBN 978-1-4773-0824-0)
Birger Hjørland
2017 Volume 68 Issue 7