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A Bibliometric Study of SRELS Journal of Information Management through Indian Citation Index (ICI) during 2004-2012

International Journal of Information Library and Society

Volume 4 Issue 2

Published: 2015
Author(s) Name: Bharti, Meera | Author(s) Affiliation: Department of Library and Information Science, University of Delhi, Delhi, India.
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Abstract

The purpose of the study is to explore the publication trends of the scholarly journal SRELS journal of information management, and highlights its various important aspects. Design/methodology/approach: For the analysis of the study, data was collected from the Indian publication SRELS journal of information management retrieved from the ICI citation database for the period 2004-2012. It was found that there were approximately 12 citations per paper. Out of 4796 citations appended, 794 (16.56%) citations appeared in the year 2012 closely followed by 781 (16.28%) citation in the year 2010. Out of 753 authors who contributed a total of 407 papers, and 95.68% were affiliated to institution located in India. The data required for analyzed was only collected from the Indian Citation Index (www.indiancitationindex.com) citation database from the period of 2004-2012. As yet these have been no such studies conducted that investigate the various aspects of SRELS journal of information management and this paper is relevant and useful to those who are interested in bibliometric and it provide a comprehensive study of scholarly communication of the SRELS journal of information management from 2004-2012 for comprehending essential publishing traits of this journal during the stated period.

Keywords: Bibliometric, Journal Analysis, Author Collaboration, Citation Analysis, Obsolescence Study, SRELS Journal of Information Management, Indian Citation Index

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