Revista española de Documentación Científica, Vol 39, No 2 (2016)

Cómo la Web of Science (WoS) de Thomson Reuters habría confundido dos revistas distintas con el mismo título durante años: el caso de “Journal of Public Relations Research”


https://doi.org/10.3989/redc.2016.2.1332

Kathy Matilla
Universidad Ramon Llull, España

Marc Compte-Pujol
Universidad de Vic - Universidad Central de Cataluña, España

Salvador Hernández
Universidad Católica San Antonio de Murcia, España

Resumen


Descripción del proceso mediante el cual se habría detectado una notable anomalía en la base de datos bibliográficos de la Web of Science (WoS). Concretamente, desde el año 2002 la WoS habría confundido y entremezclado aleatoriamente numerosos artículos de dos revistas distintas, ambas especializadas en relaciones públicas, una norteamericana y otra surcoreana, que comparten un mismo título: Journal of Public Relations Research. El caso es especialmente relevante al tratarse de dos publicaciones escritas en idiomas totalmente distintos (inglés y coreano), con diferentes números de ISSN y con distintas líneas editoriales, en cuyos respectivos volúmenes no coinciden ni autores, ni contenido.

Palabras clave


Bibliometría; Corea del Sur; Estados Unidos de América; Journal Citations Reports (JCR); Journal of Public Relations Research; relaciones públicas; Social Sciences Citation Index (SSCI); Thomson Reuters; Web of Science (WoS)

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