Journal of Public Relations Research: Un análisis bibliométrico comparativo de dos revistas con el mismo título en WoS / Journal of Public Relations Research: A bibliometric comparative analysis of two journals with the same title in WoS

Kathy Matilla, Marc Compte-Pujol, Salvador Hernández

Resumen


La producción de artículos académicos especializados en bibliometría de las relaciones públicas ha avanzado progresivamente con los años, en especial a partir de la década de los años 90 del s. XX. Mediante el uso de técnicas bibliométricas, este artículo examina diversas variables de dos revistas que aparecen en el buscador de la WoS, una norteamericana y otra surcoreana, que poseen el mismo título: Journal of Public Relations Research. Los resultados revelan que, en general, aunque existen diferencias remarcables entre ambas revistas en el periodo de análisis que abarca del 01.01.00 al 15.07.15, en conjunto las convergencias son notables en las perspectivas dominantes aportadas por los autores de los artículos de las revistas de ambos países. En el apartado de la discusión se especula sobre la naturaleza de las coincidencias y divergencias identificadas y en los posibles factores que hayan podido estar en su origen.

Palabras Clave: América del Norte, Bibliometría, Corea del Sur, Estrategia, Journal of Public Relations Research, Relaciones Públicas.

Abstract

The production of specialized academic articles on bibliometrics of public relations has steadily advanced from the 90s of the 20th century. Using bibliometric techniques, this article examines different variables of two journals that appear in the WoS browser, one American and one South Korean, which have the same title: Journal of Public Relations Research. Although we found remarkable differences between both journals in the period of analysis (01.01.00 to 07.15.15), the convergences are notable in the dominant perspectives of both journals. Finally we speculate on the nature of the coincidences and differences identified and on the factors that may be the cause.

Keywords: Bibliometrics, South Korea, Strategy, Journal of Public Relations Research, North America, Public Relations.


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