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Date of this Version

2020

Abstract

This current research aims to represent bibliometric mapping of research papers in Malaysia Journal of Library and Information Science between the time 2010 to 2019. Under this investigation, to determine articles published in a year, degree of collaboration (DC), Authorship Pattern and number of citations per article and Co-Authorship Network. A total number of 214 papers were evaluated and analyzed in thirty issues of ten volumes of this journal. Current study declares that maximum references 945(12.39%) are stated in 2019; papers of two authors is quite high at 80(37.38%); average productivity of per author is 0.39 and Malaysia is on the 1st rank with 30.48% of contributions.

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