中国科技期刊研究 ›› 2018, Vol. 29 ›› Issue (2): 159-164.doi: 10.11946/cjstp.201712101018

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不同身份作者的科研产出力与学术影响力分析——以情报学CSSCI期刊为例

魏雅慧1,)2),刘雪立1,)3),刘睿远1)   

  1. 1) 新乡医学院河南省科技期刊研究中心,河南省新乡市金穗大道601号 453003
    2) 新乡医学院管理学院,河南省新乡市金穗大道601号 453003
    3) 新乡医学院期刊社,河南省新乡市金穗大道601号 453003
  • 收稿日期:2017-12-10 修回日期:2018-01-05 出版日期:2018-02-25 发布日期:2018-02-15
  • 基金资助:
    河南省高等学校哲学社会科学研究优秀学者资助项目(2017-YXXZ-06)

Science research output and academic influence of authors with different identity: Taking information science journals indexed in CSSCI as examples

WEI Yahui1,)2),LIU Xueli1,)3),LIU Ruiyuan1)   

  1. 1) Henan Research Center for Science Journal, Xinxiang Medical University, 601 Jinsui Road, Xinxiang 453003, China
    2) Management Institute, Xinxiang Medical University, 601 Jinsui Road, Xinxiang 453003, China
    3) Periodical Publishing House, Xinxiang Medical University, 601 Jinsui Road, Xinxiang 453003, China
  • Received:2017-12-10 Revised:2018-01-05 Online:2018-02-25 Published:2018-02-15

摘要:

【目的】 分析与评价不同身份作者的科研产出力与学术影响力。【方法】 选取情报学CSSCI来源期刊的作者为研究对象,以性别、职称和学位为作者身份信息的主要构成部分,以论文数和基金论文数代表作者的科研产出力,以论文被引频次和下载量表征其学术影响力,采用SPSS统计学软件对数据进行分析。【结果】 不同身份作者的科研产出力差异有统计学意义,但其学术影响力差异无统计学意义。【结论】 作者的身份对期刊影响力的贡献没有明显差异,期刊编辑和同行专家在审稿过程中应避免依据作者身份来判断稿件学术价值,公平、公正地对待所有学术工作者。

关键词: 作者身份, 科研产出力, 学术影响力, 情报学期刊

Abstract:

[Purposes] This paper aims to analyze and evaluate the scientific research output and academic influence of authors with different identity in the field of information science. [Methods] The authors from CSSCI-indexed journals in the information science field were selected as the research objects. The gender, job title, and academic degree were the main components of the authors, identity information, with the number of papers and funded papers on characterizing of the science research output, and the citation frequencies and downloads to characterize the academic influence. The SPSS statistical software was employed to analyze the data. [Findings] There exist differences in scientific research output among different genders, job titles, and academic degrees, but no statistical differences in academic influence. [Conclusions] The contribution of authors with different identity to the influence of journals has no significant difference. The editors and peer experts should avoid judging the academic value of manuscripts based on the authors, identity information, and treat all academic workers fairly and equitably in the process of peer reviews.

Key words: Author identity, Science research output, Academic influence, Information science journal