Indian Journal of Information Sources and Services (IJISS)
Research Impact on “Continence”: A Scientometric Study on the Literature Output from SCOPUSAuthor : P. Krishnaveni and J. Selvam
Volume 8 No.1 January-June 2018 pp 89-92
The hit rate of the media increasingly grew from day to day on sexual harassment and other crime as sex has its base.. Therefore, to assess the response of the global social scientists, a study has been conducted with the support of scientometric tools. Relevant data were downloaded from the SCOPUS on “Continence”. Hypotheses were framed and duly tested with appropriate statistical tools. The Year wise growth of publications, language wise publications, type of documents involved in the publications and top ten journals were assessed. The prediction of Lotka has been tested with KS Test. Finally, it is suggested to encourage the global social scientists to publish many more articles on the ethical background to improve the value of ethics of the society.
Scientometric, Continence, Regression Test, Kolmogorov Smirnov Test, Lotka’s Law
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