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Date of this Version

Spring 3-11-2018

Citation

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Abstract

: library philosophy and practice is a well-known online free access and peer reviewed journal in the field of library and information sciences. The online journal covers all aspect of librarianship and library and information sciences. The present study has carried out to analyze the contribution of Pakistani authors to library philosophy and practice from 2009 to 2017. The 86 total numbers of articles has been retrieved from LPP in chosen period of study. The recovered data has been categorized in number of bibliometric aspects like year wise publications, author’s collaboration, papers length, most prolific authors, most productive institutions and foreign contributions.

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