El impacto de las publicaciones seriadas y su efecto sobre la producción científica cubana sobre Bibliotecología y Ciencias de la Información

Adria Amaro-Ares, Rosa Lidia Vega-Almeida, Ricardo Arencibia-Jorge

Resumen


Objetivo. Este estudio tuvo como objetivo identificar, desde una perspectiva cuantitativa, las diferencias existentes entre la investigación científica cubana publicada en revistas de máxima visibilidad y el resto de la producción científica nacional, utilizando como herramienta de análisis los cuartiles de visibilidad establecidos por el portal Scimago Journal & Country Rank, elaborados a partir de la base de datos Scopus.

Diseño/Metodología/Enfoque. Se seleccionó como caso de estudio la producción científica cubana sobre Bibliotecología y Ciencias de la Información indizada en esta base de datos. Se empleó una batería de indicadores cienciométricos para analizar los niveles de citación, colaboración y liderazgo presentes en el conjunto de artículos perteneciente a cada uno de los cuartiles de visibilidad. Se analizó la correlación entre los indicadores estudiados.

Resultados/Discusión. Se confirmó la alta dependencia de los indicadores basados en análisis de citas, así como de la colaboración internacional, en relación con el cuartil de visibilidad de las revistas.

Conclusiones: Se concluye que la producción científica nacional con mayor influencia sobre la comunidad científica internacional en este dominio es aquella que se da a conocer en las revistas pertenecientes al primer cuartil. De igual forma, se identifica que la producción científica nacional sobre Bibliotecología y Ciencias de la Información depende de la colaboración internacional para alcanzar altos niveles de visibilidad, y aún no es capaz de generar sistemáticamente por sí misma investigaciones que impacten de manera significativa sobre la comunidad científica internacional.

Originalidad/Valor. Primer estudio bibliométrico de la Bibliotecología y Ciencias de la Información cubana utilizando el impacto de las revistas donde fueron publicadas las investigaciones como principal categoría analítica.


Palabras clave


Ranking cienciométricos; Publicaciones seriadas; Scimago Journal Rank; Scopus; Indicadores bibliométricos; Bibliotecología; Ciencia de la información

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