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فصلنامه مطالعات تفسیری 2019, 10(37): 209-230 Back to browse issues page
A Citation Analysis of Articles in Interpretative Studies Quarterly Journal, Nos. 9–36 (Published in the years 1391 to the end of 1397)
Saeed Ghaffari, Ayub Parvinee , Reyhaneh Karimi
University of Islamic Denominations
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Citation analysis is one of the important methods used in evaluating the performance and success of research. The purpose of the present research is to apply this method in reviewing the published articles in the Interpretative Studies Quarterly Journal. To this end, 28 issues of the journal containing 248 published articles in the years 91- 97 were reviewed. All of these articles are of review papers and 444 people have contributed to writing them. The number the professors of Islamic knowledge and students of teaching Islamic knowledge in writing the articles is 186 people with the participation rate of 42%. There are 9799 citations in total; the average citations for each issue and for each article is 349.78 and 39.74 respectively, and more than 96% of citations are allocated to books. More than 76% of citations are from Arabic sources. After the Holy Qurchr('39')an, the book which counted as the most reliable source to refer to is the commentary of Al-Mizan with 222 citations. The most cited journal, author and translator are as follow respectively: The Journal of Interpretive Studies with 21 citations, Fazl ibn Hasan Tabarzi with 241 citations and Seyyed Mohammad Baqir Musavi-Hamadani with 37 translations. The self-citation rate includes 48 cases with the frequency of 11 cases considered as the most frequent self-citation in 1396. In this quarterly, the authors mostly tend to focus on pair work. In the present study, in addition to the above-mentioned points, efforts have been made to scrutinize the extent of participation based on gender, type of academic degree, and the extent to which authors and researchers participate.
Keywords: The Quarterly journal of Interpretive Studies, citation analysis, bibliometrics
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Type of Study: Research | Subject: Special
Received: 2018/04/10 | Accepted: 2018/09/6 | Published: 2019/06/20
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Ghaffari S, Parvinee A, Karimi R. A Citation Analysis of Articles in Interpretative Studies Quarterly Journal, Nos. 9–36 (Published in the years 1391 to the end of 1397). فصلنامه مطالعات تفسیری. 2019; 10 (37) :209-230
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