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Bibliometric Analysis of Korean Journals in Arts and Kinesiology - from the Perspective of Authorship  

Lee, Danielle (College of Business and Economics, Chung-Ang University)
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Journal of Information Science Theory and Practice / v.8, no.3, 2020 , pp. 15-29 More about this Journal
This study aims to describe the general patterns of Korean research in Arts and Kinesiology, particularly from the perspective of authorship. Among the 12 sub-areas of Arts and Kinesiology indexed in the Korean Citation Index (KCI), journals in three sub-areas, "Arts," "Design," and "Kinesiology" have the longest publishing histories and produced the largest volume of articles. 68 journals in the "Arts," "Design," and "Kinesiology" sub-areas were accredited in the KCI between 2001 and 2019; 40,955 articles which were published in the journals between the years of accreditation and the end of 2019 serve as the context of this article. Authorship, affiliated institutions and countries, openness to new authors, top researchers, topological properties of authorship networks, overall research performance by authors, and co-authorship patterns were analyzed and compared among three sub-subjects.
bibliometric analysis; authorship pattern; arts; design; kinesiology;
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