Citation rhetoric examined
Is part ofProceedings of the Digital Humanities Conference
Publisher(s)King’s College. Office for Humanities Communication; Centre for Computing in the Humanities.
In his influential monograph «The Rhetoric of Citation Systems», Connors (1999) elaborates on the principle that scholars working with different forms of citation find themselves thinking differently, since the citation format has natural consequences in the way it interacts with the material in the practice of the writer. [...]
Dobson, Teresa et al., « Citation rhetoric examined », Proceedings of the 2010 Digital Humanities Conference, London : King's College, 2010, p. 7‑10.