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    Title: 1916-2017書目療法期刊文獻資訊計量研究
    An Informetric Analysis on Bibliotherapy Journal Literature, 1916-2017
    Authors: 黃聖芬
    Huang, Sheng-Fen
    Contributors: 王梅玲
    Wang, Mei-Ling
    黃聖芬
    Huang, Sheng-Fen
    Keywords: 書目療法
    資訊計量學
    書目計量學
    布萊德福定律
    洛卡定律
    Bibliotherapy
    Informetrics
    Bibliometrics
    Bradford’s Law
    Lotka’s Law
    Date: 2018
    Issue Date: 2018-07-30 15:03:05 (UTC+8)
    Abstract: 本研究旨在應用資訊計量學方法分析1916年至2017百年間,書目療法期刊研究文獻之特性,藉以探討書目療法之發展情形。研究樣本取自WoS三個子資料庫SSCI、SCIE和A&;HCI與ProQuest兩大子資料庫SciTech Premium Collection與Social Science Premium Collection,外加1916年經典首篇,計1345篇相關書目資料。期望本研究結果能提供圖書資訊學界參考。
    本研究結果歸納如下:(1)書目療法期刊研究較符合指數成長模式。進一步預測成長篇數,顯示研究文獻稍有成長減緩的趨勢。(2)書目療法期刊研究文獻之主要出版國為美國、英國、德國、荷蘭、波蘭等國。(3)英文為書目療法期刊研究文獻最重要之寫作語文。(4)書目療法依照年代分佈可分成四期:a. 萌芽期:1916-1974;b.起步期:1975-1986;c.發展期:1987-2004;d.活躍期:2005-2017。(5)書目療法研究主題前四名分別為書目療法方法、書目療法教育、圖書館書目療法應用、兒童與青少年。(6)萌芽期以圖書館書目療法應用為主,起步期與發展期以書目療法教育為主,至活躍期以書目療法方法佔相對多數。(7)書目療法期刊研究之文獻分佈相當分散,但仍有其核心期刊。(8)書目療法核心期刊品質經驗證值得參考。(9)洛卡定律不適用於本研究。(10)圖書資訊學領域可參考之書目療法高生產力作者除我國學者陳書梅之外尚推薦Pardeck John T.、Hynes, Arleen McCarty、Cohen Laura J.、Brewster Liz、Pehrsson, Dale-Elizabeth與 McMillen, Paula S。本研究之各項研究成果,可作為圖書資訊界館藏發展與後續研究之參考。
    The purpose of the study is to understand the development and trends between various disciplines of “bibliotherapy journal literature.” This study analyzes the characteristics of bibliotherapy journal literature during 1916-2017 by informetric approach, collecting analytical components such as the frequencies of the publication, publication languages, countries of publications, journal sources, cited times, disciplines of subject categories from three major sub-databases of Web of Science services: SCIE, SSCI, and A&;HCI and from two major sub-databases of ProQuest: SciTech Premium Collection, Social Science Premium Collection and one classic literature from Crothers in 1916. A total of 1345 bibliographic records were retrieved from the databases.
    The results of the present study are as follows. (1) The growth pattern of bibliotherapy journal literature during 1916-2017 generally fits exponential growth, but the growth has been slowed down since 2017. (2) United States, United Kingdom, Germany, Poland and Netherlands are five major countries of bibliotherapy journal publications. (3) English is the most often used language. (4) The development of bibliotherapy journal literature during 1916-2017 can be divided into four periods. From 1916 to 1974, it is the period of birth; From 1975 to 1986, it is the period of rise. From 1987 to 2004, it is the period of development. From 2005 to 2017, it is the period of blossom. (5) The most four subjects of bibliotherapy journal literature are methods of bibliotherapy, education of bibliotherapy, bibliotherapy applications in libraries and bibliotherapy for children and adolescents. (6) In the period of birth, the main focus is bibliotherapy applications in libraries. In the period of rise and development, it shifts to education of bibliotherapy. In the period of blossom, the focus goes to methods of bibliotherapy. (7) Despite of the scattered distribution of bibliotherapy journal literature, core journals of women’s studies still can be identified. (8) The core journals can be highly recommended. (9) Author distribution is counted by single authorship and collaborative authorship; the results show that author distribution does not fit Lotka’s law. (10) Highly recommend of the most productive authors in LIS are Sheih, Chen Su-May, Pardeck John T., Hynes, Arleen McCarty, Cohen Laura J., Brewster Liz, Pehrsson, Dale-Elizabeth & McMillen, Paula S.
    The findings of the study may provide better understanding of the past, current and future of bibliotherapy journal literature, and serve as references to identify more suitable, popular and influential journals and literature for both research purposes and library collection development and management.
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