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Summer 5-12-2019


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Abstract: The article is based on the bibliometric analysis of 54 issues of SRELS Journal of Information Management published during 2010 to 2018. Each issue published 9.74% research output by and large. Of the total 572 documents, 91.95% were published as the articles. There were 7690 citations were appended to the 526 research papers. Each article quoted more or less 14 sources. The year 2013 contained maximum articles and equally had more (1154) citations. Most of the studies (57) were published as Usage Study followed by Bibliometrics and Scientometrics on which 47 articles were published each. Most of the papers (49.26) % were written by two authors, thus indicating the trend towards multiple authorship. Single authorship (32.69%) was at the second position. The average DC for the authorship pattern was 0.65 while average MCC was observed as 0.3677 for the period considered for the study. With regard to geographical contribution, Karnataka (179), the state of India was observed as highly productive. Average page length of the articles published in the source journal was examined as 9 pages.



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