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Drawing a Thematic Map of the Scientific Articles in the Field of "Business in Libraries" at the Scopus
Shahnaz Jamali * , Saeed Ghaffari
Isfahan University of Technology, Isfahan, Iran , sh.jamali@of.iut.ac.ir
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Background and aim: The topics discussed concerning business in libraries have been more about examining the performance of the library in this regard. The aim of this study was to draw a scientific map of articles in the field of "Business in Libraries" indexed in the Scopus during 2000-2021.
Materials and methods: The thematic map of the field of "Business in Libraries" was drawn using the qualitative content analysis method and social network analysis. The study population was 213 articles in the field of "Business in Libraries". Excel was used to analyze and prepare the data, and Node XL and VOS viewer were used to draw a scientific map.
Findings: The topics discussed concerning the field of business were more focused on the evaluation of graded assignments, sustainable value, higher education, anxiety, applications, customer relations, value added, modern strategies, business students and websites. Based on the degree, betweenness and eigenvector centrality, the three keywords "evaluation of graded assignments",  "sustainable value" and "higher education" with (37, 3064.667, 0.116), (13, 978.500, 0.028) and (9, 513.667, 0.032) were the most important keywords, respectively. Based on the closeness centrality, "modern strategies" and "applications" with (0.0004) as well as "sustainable value", "higher education", "daylight" and "website" with (0.0005) were the most important keywords.
Conclusion: In recent years, the growth trend of articles in the field of business has been declining, and the thematic map of the business vocabulary network in the library environment is a low-density network and it has little communication compared to the whole network.
Keywords: Scientific outputs, Library business, Drawing a thematic map, Content analysis, Bibliometrics
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Type of Study: Orginal | Subject: Scientometrics
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Jamali S, Ghaffari S. Drawing a Thematic Map of the Scientific Articles in the Field of "Business in Libraries" at the Scopus. CJS 2022; 9 (1) :69-81
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