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What is Bibliometric Analysis

Handbook of Research on Transnational Higher Education
Is the attempt to quantitatively assess the academic quality of journals or authors by statistical methods such as citation rates. Care must be taken to first suitably define quality criteria and then suitably implement them by selecting a suitable empirical basis; else misunderstanding on the meaning of quality can occur.
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Education and Literature for Development in Responsibility: Partnership Hedges Globalization
Gilbert Ahamer (Austrian Academy of Sciences, Austria & Karl-Franzens University Graz, Austria) and Karl A. Kumpfmüller (Graz Univrsity, Austria)
Copyright: © 2014 |Pages: 59
DOI: 10.4018/978-1-4666-4458-8.ch027
Abstract
In order to propose quality assurance for cutting-edge transnational higher education management, this chapter first analyzes data on academic developmental journals while making use of the three widely known literature databases ISI Thomson, Scopus, and Google Scholar; the latter analyzed by the software Publish or Perish (PoP). Time series of data for documents and their citations provide indices; this chapter provides as most helpful indices the ISI impact factor, Scopus SNIP, and PoP AW index. A dozen of the most influential developmental journals are heuristically ranked by taking into account all available indices from all three literature databases. The series of historic bibliometric data since the 1950s shows the dynamics of the global emergence of developmental journals and developmental thought. Secondly, and as a possible template for similar initiatives in global higher education management, this chapter presents the recently established “Global Studies” (GS) Master’s curriculum at Graz University, Austria. Details on this novel curriculum’s targets, modules, courses, and practicals are given. GS embraces six modules and courses from different schools at university. Emphasis is placed on dialogic interdisciplinary understanding and interparadigmatic integration of multiple disciplines and perspectives, when managing education for the purpose of responsibly hedging and managing globalization and socio-economic global change in responsible partnership.
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