Productivity and Pattern of Publication of Journal of Library and Information Science from 2004 to 2012
The study is an attempt to evaluate the utility and productivity of productivity of Journal of Library and Information Science from 2004-2012 using bibliometric methods. The results show that the journal has maximum publication (19) in 2012, most of the publications have one author (43.52%), maximum contribution is from New Delhi (37.04%), academic institutions have contributed maximum (62.96%), maximum articles published with 6-10 pages and male authors have highest contribution (83.33%) and while citation analysis has showed that maximum (65.31%) publications have 1-10 citations.
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