La publicación en Estudios de Género en el último lustro. Un análisis cienciométrico.

  1. Rodríguez Rodríguez, Ignacio 1
  2. Rodríguez, José Víctor 2
  3. Eliozondo Moreno, Aránzazu 3
  1. 1 Grupo BioSIP, Departamento de Ingeniería de Comunicaciones, Universidad de Málaga
  2. 2 Departamento de Tecnologías de la Información y las Comunicaciones, Universidad Politécnica de Cartagena
  3. 3 Freelance. Titulada en Mediación Familiar, Universidad Camilo José Cela
Journal:
iQual: revista de género e igualdad

ISSN: 2603-851X

Year of publication: 2022

Issue: 5

Pages: 28-50

Type: Article

DOI: 10.6018/IQUAL.491791 DIALNET GOOGLE SCHOLAR lock_openDIGITUM editor

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Índice Dialnet de Revistas

  • Year 2022
  • Journal Impact: 0.340
  • Field: ESTUDIOS DE GÉNERO Quartile: C1 Rank in field: 5/24

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  • Social Sciences: C
  • Human Sciences: C

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  • Total citations: 0
  • Recent citations (2 years): 0
  • Field Citation Ratio (FCR): 0.0

Abstract

Gender Studies has been a category of its own within the academic corpus for decades, with its production increasing every year since its inception. The thousands of scientific documents that comprise it make it difficult to have a general idea of the trends in this field of research. The mining of texts has made it possible to perform a scientometric analysis from 23,635 articles corresponding to the category "Gender Studies" of the Sco-pus database, covering the period 2017-2021. The automated study has allowed us to obtain a series of conclusions of interest that are presented in this paper. This paper concludes the importance of the implementation of active gender policies by governments, as this translates into scientific research (theoretical and practical) that analyzes the causes and proposes solutions to gender inequality in a cross-cutting manner in all aspects of life

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