Bibliometric dimension of innovation communication productivity of Tata Institute of Social Sciences

Koganuramath, M. M. and Angadi, Mallikarjun and Kademani, B. S. Bibliometric dimension of innovation communication productivity of Tata Institute of Social Sciences. Malaysian Journal of Library & Information Science, 2002, vol. 7, n. 1, pp. 69-76. [Journal article (Paginated)]


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Bibliometric analysis of 663 papers published by the social scientists of Tata Institute of Social Sciences during 1990-2000 in diverse domains: Criminology and Correctional Administration, Extra Mural Studies, Family and Child Welfare, Health Service Studies, Medical and Psychiatric Social work, Personnel Management and Industrial Relations, Research Methodology, Social Welfare Administration, and Urban and Rural Community Development, and Research Units: Social Work Education and Practice Cell, Audi-Visual Unit, Unit for Labour Studies, National Service Scheme, Publication Unit, Unit for Rural Studies, Unit for Research in the Sociology of Education, Students Service Cell, Unit for Child and Youth Research , Unit for Family Studies, Unit for Media and Communication, Unit for Research and Consultancy in Social Policy, Unit for Urban Studies, Unit for Social Policy and Social Welfare Administration, and Unit for Women Studies were analysed for authorship pattern, collaboration co-efficient 92.46 percent (613 papers) of papers were single authored followed by 6.33 percent (42 papers) two authored papers. Maximum collaboration coefficient (0.13) was found during 1996-1997. Most prolific authors were: Murli Desai, Sarthy Acharya, Lakshmi Lingam, I.U.B. Reddy, Kailash, Shalini Bharat, and Chhaya Datar. The core journals that publishes Tata Institute of Social Sciences scientists’ papers were: Indian Journal of Social Work (98), Economic and Political Weekly (26), Perspective of Social Work (7), and All India Institute of Local Self Government (5). Most prolific keywords were: Social Work (9), People-Centred development (8), Social work profession (8), Child labour (6), India (6), Sociology-South-Asia (6), and Non-Governmental Organisations (5).

Item type: Journal article (Paginated)
Keywords: Bibliometrics, individual institution, publication productivity, authorship pattern, collaboration coefficient, channels of communication, TISS, social sciences.
Subjects: B. Information use and sociology of information
Depositing user: Dr. Mallikarjun Angadi
Date deposited: 27 Apr 2004
Last modified: 02 Oct 2014 11:58


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