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Date of this Version

Winter 12-1-2019

Citation

MKG Rajev, Salah Alkhafaji (2019), " Journal of Information and Communication Technology (JICT): A Bibliometric Analysis", Library and Philosophy Practice

Bibliometrics, Information and Communication Technology, Authorship Pattern, Length of Articles, Institution-wise Contribution

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(c) 2019 MKG Rajev

Abstract

This study focused on the journal productivity by conducting bibliometric analysis on the journal named Journal of Information and Communication Technology during the period from 2011 to 2018. The objectives of this study cover distribution of contribution, length of articles, geographical distribution of articles, number of references per article, institution- wise contribution. The study analyzed and found that 118 articles were published during the period of 2011 to 2018 in JICT. The highest numbers of articles were published in the year 2018 during the period of study with 28 articles in four issues. The result showed that triple authors’ contribution is more with 43.33% in authorship pattern. The study exposes that most of the articles contributed by the authors from Malaysia with 72.88% and it is also found that major contribution of articles from universities with 96.61%.

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