Publications & CV


The Sociology of Science

2000: “A Short History of the Use of Citations as a Measure of the Impact of Scientific and Scholarly Work.” Chapter 14: 281-300. In The Web of Knowledge A Festschrift in Honor of Eugene Garfield, Blaise Cronin and Helen Barsky Atkins (editors). Medford New Jersey: Information Today, Inc.

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1989: “The Paradox of Individual Particularism and Institutional Universalism,” Social Science Information. London, Newbury Park and New Delhi: Sage. Volume 28, Number 1, pp. 51-76.

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1976: “Measuring the Cognitive State of Scientific Specialties,” Chapter pp. 209-258 in Yehuda Elkana, Joshua J. Lederberg, Robert K. Merton, Arnold Thackray, and Harriet Zuckerman (editors), Toward a Metric of Science, New York: John Wiley & Sons, Wiley-Interscience. (Stephen Cole, Jonathan R. Cole, and Lorraine Dietrich)

1975: “The Emergence of a Scientific Specialty: The Self-Exemplifying Case of the Sociology of Science,” in Lewis Coser (editor) The Idea of Social Structure: Papers in Honor of Robert K. Merton. New York: Harcourt, Brace & Jovanovich, pp. 139-174. (Jonathan R. Cole and Harriet Zuckerman)

1972: “The ‘Ortega’ Hypothesis,” Science 27 October, Volume 178, pp. 368-375. (Jonathan R. Cole and Stephen Cole.

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1971: “Measuring the Quality of Sociological Research: Problems in the Use of the Science Citation Index.” The American Sociologist Volume 5, Number 1, pp. 23-29. (Jonathan R. Cole and Stephen Cole)

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1970: “Patterns of Intellectual Influence in Scientific Research,” The Sociology of Education, Volume 43, Number 4, Fall, pp. 377-403.

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1968: “Visibility and Structural Bases of Awareness in Science,” The American Sociological Review, Volume 33, Number 3, June, pp. 397-413. (Stephen Cole and Jonathan R. Cole)

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1967 “Scientific Output and Recognition: A Study in the Operation of the Reward System in Science,” American Sociological Review, Volume 32, Number 3, pp. 391-403. (Stephen Cole and Jonathan R. Cole)

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Science Policy

1985: “Experts’ Consensus and Decision-making at the National Science Foundation.” Chapter 3, pp. 27-63, in Kenneth S. Warren (editor), Selectivity in Information Systems: Survival of the Fittest. New York: Praeger, Praeger Special Studies, Praeger Scientific. (Jonathan R. Cole and Stephen Cole)

1984 “The Productivity Puzzle: Persistence and change in Patterns of Publication of Men and Women Scientists.” (Jonathan R. Cole and Harriet Zuckerman) pp. 217-258 in Marjorie W. Steinkempt and Martin L. Maehr, editors) Advances in Motivation and Achievement A Research Journal Women in Science. Volume 2. Greenwich, Connecticut: JAI PRESS INC.

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1981: “Chance and Consensus in Peer Review,” Science, 20 November 1981, Volume 215, Number 4531, pp. 344-348. (Stephen Cole, Jonathan R. Cole, and Gary A. Simon)

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1977: “Peer Review and the Support of Science,” Scientific American,
October, pp. 34-41. (Jonathan R. Cole, Stephen Cole and Leonard Rubin).

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Women in Science

1991: “A Theory of Limited Differences: Explaining the Productivity Puzzle in Science.” (Jonathan R. Cole and Burton Singer) Chapter 13, pp. 277-310, in The Outer Circle Women in the Scientific Community (Harriet Zuckerman, Jonathan R. Cole and John T. Bruer, editors). New York: W. W. Norton & Company

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1991: “Marriage, Motherhood, and Research Performance in Science,” (Jonathan R. Cole and Harriet Zuckerman) Chapter 6, pp. 157-170 in The Outer Circle Women in the Scientific Community (Harriet Zuckerman, Jonathan R. Cole and John T. Bruer, editors). New York: W. W. Norton & Company.

1984: “The Productivity Puzzle: Persistence and change in Patterns of Publication of Men and Women Scientists.” (Jonathan R. Cole and Harriet Zuckerman) pp. 217-258 in Marjorie W. Steinkempt and Martin L. Maehr, editors) Advances in Motivation and Achievement A Research Journal Women in Science. Volume 2. Greenwich, Connecticut: JAI PRESS INC.

1975: “Women in American Science,” Minerva Volume 13, Number 1, Spring, pp. 82-102. (Jonathan R. Cole and Harriet Zuckerman)

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Higher Education

2006: “Intellectual diversity in the U.S.: To what end?” The Journal of Higher Education: Academic Matters. OCUFA, Fall 2006, pp. 13-16

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Overview of “Academic Matters”, by Jason M. Breslow.“A glance at the current issue of Academic
Matters: Academic resistance to debate”
The Chronicle of Higher Education, October 4th, 2006

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2003: “The Patriot Act on Campus: Defending the University Post 9/11,” Boston Review Volume 28, Number 3-4, Summer 2003, 16-18. (For letters and response)

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2003: “The Patriot Act on Campus: Defending the University Post 9/11,” Boston Review Volume 28, Number 3-4, Summer 2003, 16-18. (For letters and response)

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1996: “Two Cultures Revisited.” The Bridge, National Academy of Engineering, Volume 26, Number 3-4, Fall/Winter, pp.16-21. Reprinted in Albert H. Teich, Stephen D. Nelson, Celia McEnaney (editors), AAAS Science and Technology Policy Yearbook, Committee on Science, Engineering, and Public Policy, American Association for the Advancement of Science, Washington, D.C.: 89-100. 1997. (Selected as one of most important articles published in the field during the past year.)

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This article was first published in The Bridge 26: 3-4 and is reprinted with permission of the National Academy of Engineering. The article is also available at www.nae.edu/publications.

1993: “Balancing Acts: Dilemmas of Choice Facing Research Universities,” Daedalus. Volume 122, Number 4, Fall, pp. 1-36. Lead article in issue entitled “The American Research University.”

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1977: “The Reputations of American Medical Schools,” Social Forces, Volume 56, Number 31, March, pp. 662-684. (Jonathan R. Cole and James Lipton) Table A-4, which reproduces the reputational ranks is reprinted in Logan Wilson, American Academics Then and Now. New York: Oxford University Press, pp. 270-271, 1979.

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Other

2004: “Robert K. Merton, 1920 – 2003,” Scientometrics, Vol. 60, No. 1: 37-40.

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1988: “Dietary Cholesterol and Heart Disease: The Construction of a Medical ‘Fact’,” Chapter 20, pp. 437-466 in (Hubert J. O’Gorman, editor) Surveying Social Life Papers in Honor of Herbert H. Hyman Middletown, Connecticut: Wesleyan University Press.

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Selected Books and Monographs

1994: Editor (with Elinor G. Barber and Stephen R. Graubard) The Research University in a Time of Discontent Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press.

1991: Editor (with Harriet Zuckerman and John Bruer) The Outer Circle: Women in the Scientific Community. New York: W. W. Norton & Company. Paperback edition, New Haven: Yale University Press, 1993.

1986: The Wages of Writing: Per Word, Per Piece, or Perhaps. New York: Columbia University Press. (Paul William Kingston and Jonathan R. Cole).

1981: Peer Review in the National Science Foundation: Phase Two of a Study. Washington, D.C.: National Academy of Sciences Press (Jonathan R. Cole, Stephen Cole, with the Committee on Science and Public Policy of the National Academy of Sciences).

1978: Peer Review in the National Science Foundation: Phase One of a Study. Washington, D.C.: National Academy of Sciences Press (Stephen Cole, Leonard Rubin and Jonathan R. Cole).

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1979: Fair Science: Women in the Scientific Community. New York: The Free Press. Paperback edition with a new preface, New York: Columbia University Press, 1987.

1973: Social Stratification in Science. Chicago, Illinois: The University of Chicago Press. Paperback edition, University of Chicago Press, 1981. Sections reprinted in many sources. Translated into Chinese, People’s Republic of China, 1999. (Jonathan R. Cole and Stephen Cole).

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