mathematicians, bibliography, quantitative literacy, bibliometrics, University of Arkansas
This editorial recognizes the contributions made by Bernard Madison to the field of quantitative literacy with a bibliographic index of his papers, edited volumes, and works contained therein that were cited in the first eight volumes (2008-2015) of Numeracy. In total, 61 citing papers ("sources") cite 42 Madison works ("citations") a total of 218 times. The source and citation indexes provided in the appendix at the end of this editorial make it easy to see the direct contribution of Madison's work to the arguments and debates contained in the founding years of the journal. For those who are new to the field of quantitative reasoning, the citation index also provides an essential reading list. Most of the citations and sources are open-access and links within the indexes aid easy access to Madison's important contribution to Numeracy and the quantitative literacy movement.
Grawe, Nathan D., and H. L. Vacher. "A Madison-Numeracy Citation Index (2008-2015): Implementing a Vision for a Quantitatively Literate World." Numeracy 10, Iss. 1 (2017): Article 1. DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.5038/1936-4622.214.171.124
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