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  • P-ISSN1013-0799
  • E-ISSN2586-2073

전문연구자의 학문배경에 따른 인용행태에 관한 연구

A Study on the Citation Behavior by Academic Background of Researchers

정보관리학회지, (P)1013-0799; (E)2586-2073
2016, v.33 no.1, pp.247-268
https://doi.org/10.3743/KOSIM.2016.33.1.247
오유진 (전북대학교)
오효정 (전북대학교)
김종혁 (전북대학교)
김용 (전북대학교)

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Abstract

Although it has been a long subject of study why researchers prefer some cited documents to others, the existing relative researches have had a variety of perspectives on the nature and complexity of the citation behavior and not provided a complete answer to this question. In particular, Korea researchers mainly used statistical analysis of bibliographic information, which has limitations in revealing dynamic and complex cognitive aspects of the citation process. In this study, I investigate the citer perception of citing motives and bibliographic factors through survey and compared the responses according to the researchers’ characteristics. After extracting the 22 motivations and 21 factors through the literature analysis and configuring a 5-point Likert scale questions, I conducted a survey in the wat of an e-mail attachment. From the SPSS 22.0, the frequency analysis, t-test, and one-way ANOVA were performed on the 354 valid samples. As a result, it is found that supporting is considered the most important citing motive and social connection, self-citation have little influence. In the case of bibliographic factors, the journal’s reputation was recognized the most influential factor and the number of pages and authors was the least. Significant differences in fields of study and research careers were showed in some parts. These results can substantiate earlier studies, determine whether the factors assumed influential in selecting references were intended, and suggest the search point to the specialty library or academic database.

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