A Bibliometric Study of SRELS Journal of Information Management
Keywords:Bibliometrics, Authorship pattern, citation distribution, Length of articles
SRELS Journal of Information Management is UGC care listed and one of the oldest journals in the field of library and information science. The aim of the study is to analyze different publication attributes of the journal using bibliometrics research method. The study was conducted to examine the research output, types of articles submitted to the journal, authorship pattern, distribution of citations, relative growth rate and doubling time of the article. Total 748 articles were studied submitted during the period of 2010 to 2022. The data for study was extracted from the official site of the journal and was subjected to the bibliometric analysis. The result of the study has indicated that there is fluctuation in the number of articles submitted to the journal on yearly basis. Authorship pattern and different measures of collaboration has suggested that trend is towards collaborative research in the articles submitted to the journal. Distribution of citations in the journal has indicated that 748 articles submitted to the journal had 10693 citations. Relative growth rate and doubling time of the articles was also calculated.
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