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Identification and research groups study in Learning, Teaching and Education Leadership

AuthorsHaba-Osca, Julia; Haba, Clara; Osca-Lluch, Julia
KeywordsResearch groups
Web of Science
Teaching and education leadership
Issue Date2016
PublisherSciencePark Research, Organization & Counseling
CitationInternational Journal of Learning and Teaching 8(4): 273-281 (2016)
AbstractThe bibliometrical indicators, based on the statistical analysis of quantitative data from scientific literature, are currently an essential tool to the study researchers’ activity. In these lasts years, the use of bibliometrical indicators as a complement to other scientific indicators to analyse the research situation of a country, its evolution in time and its position in the international context has been extended. The objective of this study is to analyse the scientific productivity in Learning, Teaching and Education Leadership throughout the communications presented in all of the World Conference on Learning, Teaching and Education Leadership (WCLTA) included in the database Web of Science (WoS). The process includes three basic phases: recovery, download and normalization of the bibliographical data to study, construction of a file with the authors’ productivity and groups delimitation by means of co-authorship frequencies. The last phase of this process consists in the characterization of the process through bibliometrical indicators: size of the group, production, productivity, collaboration rates and thematic specialization. 1,115 works that have been signed by a total of 2,619 authors compose the sample. The data indicates that the proportionate average of signatures by authors per work is of a 2.35%. A 27% of the works have been signed by a single author while a 73% have been done by 2 or more authors. The co-authorship works ranges from 404 works with two authors per work up to a work signed by 16 authors. Out of all the works analysed only 17.13% (191) have been cited, and 82.87% (924) have never been cited. Nevertheless, no significantly differences have been observed in the number of works signed or signing institutions and the number of cites received by the works. While analysing the authors’ geographical provenance, it is observed that the greater number of contributions come from Turkey, Iran, Malaysia, Romania, Spain Italy and the Czech Republic.
Publisher version (URL)http://sproc.org/ojs/index.php/ijlt/article/view/930
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