Ten Years of Altmetrics: A Review of Latin America Contributions

Moreira De Oliveira, Thaiane and Barata, Germana and Uribe-Tirado, Alejandro Ten Years of Altmetrics: A Review of Latin America Contributions. Journal of Scientometric Research, 2021, vol. 10, n. 1, pp. 102-114. [Journal article (Paginated)]

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English abstract

Altmetrics studies emerged ten years ago in the Global North context and after a few years spread around the world. The paper investigates who are the Latin American researchers, which topics are covered and the relationship between South and North in Altmetric Studies. This study combines global mapping, social networks analysis and Content Analysis, using Dimensions, VOSviewer and Iramuteq to measure co-authorship, bibliographic coupling and co-citation analysis and content analysis to identify topics and types of production in Latina America outputs on alternative metrics. Results (n=172) show the prominence of Brazil, Colombia and Mexico in altmetric research in Latin America. There is an internal national co-authorship, with a huge influence from the North as reference to Latin American altmetric studies, but with gradual recognition of Mexico and Brazil as leading exponents in the region. We identify main topics related to local issues and regional impacts and discussions about the social role of the university. We conclude that the landscape of science output on altmetrics is becoming multipolar. Latin America emerged as an alternative hub of altmetric studies, but it still depends on references and collaboration with central countries. We also observed an emerging discussion on critics about low covering of regional data and an innovative development of methodologies and technologies as alternatives to commercial platforms that provide data to evaluate the social impact of universities. Latin America altmetric community should invest in resources to strengthen regional collaboration.

Spanish abstract

Los estudios de altmetría surgieron hace diez años en el contexto del Norte Global y después de unos años se extendieron por todo el mundo. El artículo investiga quiénes son los investigadores latinoamericanos, qué temas se tratan y la relación entre el sur y el norte en los estudios altmétricos. Este estudio combina mapeo global, análisis de redes sociales y análisis de contenido, utilizando Dimensions, VOSviewer e Iramuteq para medir la coautoría, el acoplamiento bibliográfico y el análisis de co-citas, y el análisis de contenido para identificar temas y tipos de producción en la producción de América Latina sobre métricas alternativas. Los resultados (n = 172) muestran la prominencia de Brasil, Colombia y México en la investigación altmétrica en América Latina. Existe una coautoría nacional interna, con una enorme influencia del Norte como referencia a los estudios altmétricos latinoamericanos, pero con un reconocimiento paulatino de México y Brasil como principales exponentes de la región. Identificamos los principales temas relacionados con temas locales e impactos regionales y discusiones sobre el rol social de la universidad. Concluimos que el panorama de la producción científica en altmetrics se está volviendo multipolar. América Latina surgió como un centro alternativo de estudios altmétricos, pero aún depende de referencias y colaboración con países centrales. También observamos una discusión emergente sobre críticas sobre la baja cobertura de datos regionales y un desarrollo innovador de metodologías y tecnologías como alternativas a las plataformas comerciales que brindan datos para evaluar el impacto social de las universidades. La comunidad altmétrica de América Latina debería invertir en recursos para fortalecer la colaboración regional.

Item type: Journal article (Paginated)
Keywords: Altmetrics, Bibliometrics, Dimensions, Global South, Latin America; Altmetría, Bibliometría, Sur Global, América Latina
Subjects: B. Information use and sociology of information
Depositing user: Alejandro Uribe-Tirado
Date deposited: 13 Jul 2021 15:31
Last modified: 13 Jul 2021 15:31
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10760/42253


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