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Making the Humanities Count: The Importance of Data

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Making the Humanities Count: The Importance of Data

Authors
Robert M. Solow, Phyllis Franklin, Calvin C. Jones, John D’Arms and Francis Oakley

Published by American Academy of Arts and Sciences,
Cambridge, MA 02138, 2002

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Table of Contents

Foreword

Acknowledgments

Chapter 1: The Value of Humanities Indicators
 Robert M. Solow


Chapter 2: Data Deprivation and Humanities Indicators
 Francis Oakley


Chapter 3: The Continuing Need for a Practical System of National Information and Data Collection on the Humanities
 John D'Arms


Chapter 4: Humanities Indicators: A Promising Possibility
 Phyllis Franklin


A Report to the American Academy: Evaluation of Existing Datasets for Policy Research on Humanities Fields
 Calvin C. Jones


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