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CJS 2019, 5(2): 7-15 Back to browse issues page
Citation analysis of the articles published in Scientific and Research Journal of Oceanography
Masoumeh Dalvand , Homira Agah
Expert in library and document center, Iranian National Institute for Oceanographic and Atmospheric Science, Tehran, Iran , dalvandm3000@gmail.com
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Background and aim: The scientific journals are a valid method for communication of update information and a link among various fields of science through citation. The aim of this study was to investigate the citation of the articles of 28 issues published in Scientific and Research Journal of Oceanography (JOC).
Material and methods: This study investigated the citation of 290 articles published in JOC through citation analysis during 2010-2016. The data were analyzed using Excel.
Findings: Among 7512 citations of 290 published articles, the most citations belonged to journals (66.99%) and then to books (18.95%). Citation mean and authors' self-citation were 26.50 and 4.66% for each article, respectively. Collaborative contribution of men in published articles (73.96%) was more than that of women (26.05%). The most cited authors of Persian and English articles were Roshan Tabari and Ismail. The most cited Persian and English journals were "JOC" and "Aquaculture Nutrition", respectively. Collaboration degree of authors was 93.45% in JOC. Latin journals had the highest half-life with 13 years and 7 months.
Conclusion: Although this journal has an acceptable pattern in terms of collaboration among authors and usage of Latin resources, the high half-life of the cited references, particularly Latin journals indicates that the officials of journal must take appropriate measures for usage of up-to-date references by authors.
Keywords: Citation analysis, Journal of Oceanography, Citation, Scientific contribution, Half-life
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Type of Study: Orginal | Subject: Scientometrics
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Dalvand M, Agah H. Citation analysis of the articles published in Scientific and Research Journal of Oceanography. CJS. 2019; 5 (2) :7-15
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