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ANALISIS BIBLIOMETRICO DE BIBLIOS: REVISTA ELECTRONICA DE CIENCIAS DE LA INFORMACION 1 edition

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ANALISIS BIBLIOMETRICO DE BIBLIOS : REVISTA ELECTRONICA DE CIENCIAS DE LA INFORMACION

Published 2003 by Biblios in Lima, Peru .

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Paper which has by objective to observe the manifest behaviour or the ahthors who publish at Biblios, an electronic magazine devoted to Library Science, Museology and Archivology, edited in Perú, to analyse bibliometrically the following items: Coauthorship index, Author's genre, Productivity by genre, Citant authors the most productive, Academic degree or profession, Country of residence, Place of work, Paper without quotations, Amount of citations, Discrimination of citations by type of literature, Mean life of self-citations, Authors quoted, Languages, Periodical most used, Descriptors, Key words of the cited titles, Presence of internet, Mean life of the citations, Countries in which the citations were edited. For that matter it produces tables and statiscal interpretations which permit to bring out their role of producers/consumers of information. It concludes in that authors belong primordially to Library Science, have a small index of coauthorship, use the English language as the first idiom of reference. Besides they are interested mainly by monographies and in second place by papers presented before congreses and the use of internet reaches the 11.92%. Regarding the academic degrees there is a remarkable tendence to Library Science. The mean life of the work used is 6.285 years, the lose of actuality is 10.1 and the index of Bradford is 34.28%. The majority of authors belong to the masculine genre, and work mainly at universities. The amount of self-citaions is 3.11%. Authors chiefly live at Perú, Spain and Argentina and the majority of the papers are written in Spanish. The patterns of production are those of the Biblios, but with a tendence to Library Science

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Magazine article
Number of pages
25
Weight
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OL24395425M

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