Landmark Article

An article, abstract or work in a scientific journal regarded by workers in a field as a seminal study or which had substantial impact on that area of knowledge
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Drawing on Rick Altman's landmark article about American silent film practices, "The Silence of the Silents" (Musical Quarterly 80, no.
His landmark article on the history of palindromes and the SATOR square, appearing in Word Ways in 1979-1980, was sent to me under the name of David R.
published a landmark article in JAMA asking this very question (1998;279:1548-53).
In his landmark article "Leadership That Gets Results" in the Harvard Business Review, Daniel Goleman posited six leadership styles and their impact on outcome.
In a landmark article in the Harvard Business Review and in a follow-up book, Kaplan and Norton maintained that though traditional financial measures worked well for the industrial era, a more balanced and comprehensive mix of metrics -- including assessments of financials, customers, internal business processes, and learning and growth (i.
It was a pleasure to become reacquainted with the landmark article "Bioengineering methods of wheelchair evaluation" by Peizer et al.
In 1947, in a landmark article, "The Sources of Soviet Conduct," which he signed as "X," George Kennan defined America's foreign-policy strategy for the Cold War as one of containment and deterrence.
Wynder published a landmark article, did the public become more aware that smoking was related to lung cancer.
Hutchinson's and Derek Morgan's landmark article 'The Canengusian Connection' been subjected to close analysis in the essays contained in this edition.
This was clearly demonstrated in a landmark article published in 1999 in the New England Journal of Medicine.
One of our catalysts for choosing education as a theme was a landmark article in Le Journal de Montreal by former Quebec premier Jacques Parizeau drawing attention to the school dropout problem, especially among francophone students.
His article is illustrated with examples from Grainger's landmark article on 'Collecting with the Phonograph', which was published in the Journal of the Folk-Song Society a century ago, and which still remains an important point of reference and focus of debate, even of controversy.