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|Title:||A COMPARATIVE STUDY OF CITATION PATTERNS AMONG EIGHT SCHOLARLY JOURNALS PUBLISHED BY NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF SCIENCE COMMUNICATION AND INFORMATION RESOURCES|
Das, Anup Kumar
Sen, B K
|Abstract:||The study covers 2800 citations appended to 152 articles published in 2001 in eight scholarly journals published by National Institute of Science Communication & Information Resources. In all , 7426 authors are figuring in the citations. On average, there are 18 citations per article and 3 authors per citation. The high percentage multi-authored citations clearly indicates dominance of team research in the concerned fields. On average, journal articles account about 79 percent of the citations. Monographs rank second with a tally of about 12 per cent. Indian Journal of Marine Science receives high percentage of journal self-citation compare to others whereas Indian Journal of Chemistry Section B receives high percentage of author self-citation compared to others. Indian citation received by all journals figure only 10% on average.|
|Appears in Collections:||ALIS Vol.49(4) [December 2002]|
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