:: Volume 18, Issue 69 (12-2020) ::
سفینه 2020, 18(69): 27-50 Back to browse issues page
Study Of The Trend Of Scientific Productions Of Islamic Countries In The Field Of Gender, Women And Family In Web Of Science Website
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The purpose of this study is to determine the status of scientific productions of Islamic countries in the field of gender, women and family in the Web of Science website and to determine Iran's position in order to plan to improve the position and determine the country's research priorities in this field. The research is applied research and its method is scientometric. The research community includes 1852 literature review of outputs and scientific products of researchers in the field of gender, women and family in Islamic countries in the Web of Science website. The starting date of the search was 5/9/1398 . The Islamic countries studied in the research were 57 Islamic countries that are members of the Organization of the Islamic Conference. The research findings indicate that in 2010 the most scientific production was done in Islamic countries. Turkey, Nigeria and Iran rank first to third among Islamic countries and the article format has the highest number. Nigeria University has been the first in scientific production and Tehran University of Medical Sciences has been a leader in scientific production in the field of women. JOURNAL OF HOME ECONOMICS RESEARCH and Anyakoha have the most production. Thematic areas of women, gender, prevalence, health, and domestic violence also have the most scientific production.
Keywords: scientific productions, Islamic countries, Gender, Women, family, Web of Science, scientometric.
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Type of Study: Research | Subject: General
Received: 2021/03/8 | Accepted: 2020/12/21 | Published: 2020/12/21

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