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[1] Bakri, A. and Willett, P. (2008). "The Malaysian Journal of Library and Information Science 2001-2006: A bibliometric study." Malaysian Journal of Library and Information Science, 13(1), 103-116

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ABSTRACT: The present study Bibliometric analysis of Journal of Knowledge Management Practice covers the 180 articles of 21 volumes in 5 years from 2008-2012. The investigators attempted to reveal the year wise distribution of articles, authorship pattern of articles, citation pattern, country wise distribution of articles, average number of citation per articles and length of papers etc. Results showed that, in the year 2011, highest 42(23.3%) articles were published out of 180 articles in 5 years. Single author contribution has predominant with 42.7%. Average numbers of citations per article are 19. In geographical distribution of articles, USA has contributed highest 34 articles with 18.8% and highest 69.4% articles are published with page range of 11-20.



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