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Mapping of the International Journal of Information Science and Management (2003-2009): A Citation Study

K. R. Mulla

Volume 9, Issue 1 , July 2011, Pages 1-17

  The study is based on 1808 citations appended to 101 research articles published in 7 volumes of 14 issues appeared in the International Journal of Information Science and Management (IJISM) during 2003 to 2009. Earlier, this journal was known (before 2008) as the Iranian Journal of Information Science ...  Read More

Scientometric Analysis of the Scientometric Literature

A. Mooghali; R. Alijani; N. Karami; A. A. Khasseh

Volume 9, Issue 1 , July 2011, Pages 19-31

   Using bibliographic records from the Social Science Citation Index, Science Citation Index, and Arts & Humanities Citation Index, this paper tries to give a complete view of the evolution of the field of Scientometrics based on its literature published during 1980 to 2009. This is a descriptive ...  Read More

To What Extent Are Highly Cited Papers Influenced by Author Self-citation? A Comparison between Iran and Turkey

M. R. Ghane

Volume 9, Issue 1 , July 2011, Pages 33-46

  Highly cited papers are mostly authored in international collaboration. It is expected that   co-authored papers bring more citations. On the other hand, it is inevitable that a part of citations is self-citation. This study investigates 134 and 236 highly cited papers in Iran and Turkey, respectively, ...  Read More

Survey of Authors’ Collaboration Rate in Scientometrics Journal Articles during 2004 to 2008

M. Afshar; A. H. Abdulmajid; Z. Hakimi; A. Majidfard

Volume 9, Issue 1 , July 2011, Pages 47-56

  There are evidences of the relationship between collaboration rate and quality of articles. The more the number of authors, the more qualified the article. Study of the collaboration rate among researchers is essential for strategic planning and research policy in major.The main objective of this research ...  Read More

Investigating the Citations Received by Journals of Directory of Open Access Journals from ISI Web of Science’s Articles

R. Saadat; A. Shabani

Volume 9, Issue 1 , July 2011, Pages 57-74

  In this research, the citations received by DOAJ’s journals from the ISI Web of Science’s articles in 2003 to 2008 were studied and compared. The citations received by the journals in five fields (Arts & Humanities, Social Sciences, Pure Sciences, Technology & Engineering, and Health & ...  Read More

Correlation between Journal Self-citation and Impact Factor in ISC's PJCR Agriculture and Veterinary Science Journals during 2001-2007

J. Mehrad; M. Goltaji

Volume 9, Issue 1 , July 2011, Pages 75-87

  This study investigates correlation between journal self – citation and impact factor in Agriculture and Veterinary subject category through the scientific journals indexed in ISC's PJCR during 2001 to 2007. Citation analysis is used to conduct the research. The results indicate a significant correlation ...  Read More

A New Look at the Role of Disciplines in Citation Analysis

A. Rashidi

Volume 9, Issue 1 , July 2011, Pages 89-102

  The increasing number of scientific journals, even in a subfield, necessitates a reliable and authoritative measure for researchers and libraries to identify core journals in a given subfield. The impact factor value is affected by different factors such as subject area, type of documents or length of ...  Read More