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Winter 1-31-2019

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Agrahari, Ashutosh (2017). Content Analysis of Online Library and Information Science Journals: A study, Ph.D. thesis, Mizoram University, Aizawl (India).

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Abstract

The study has categorised 1241 articles into research and non-research articles, for analysing subject coverage, publication trend and prolific author of the journal Scientrometrics from the period 2001 to 2010. All articles were classified under 22 subjects using non-parametric method. The study found a sharp positive growth in research articles over the period while a negative growth has been observed in non-research articles only. Most of the research articles were devoted to Bibliometric Study, Citation Studies, Research Output, Collaboration Analysis, while the major topic for non-research articles were Bibliometric study, patent analysis, statistics and research assessment over the period. The most prolific author of the period (2001-2010) was Glanzel, W. (Wolfgang Glänzel, Katholieke University Leuven, Belgium).

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