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    Title: 圖書資訊學領域期刊之出版時滯研究
    Other Titles: The study of publication lag in Library and Information Science journals
    Authors: 張慈芬;Chang, Tzu-Fen
    Contributors: 淡江大學資訊與圖書館學系碩士班
    林雯瑤;Lin, Wen-Yau Cathy
    Keywords: 出版時滯;出版速度;學術期刊;publication lag;publication speed;scholarly journal
    Date: 2015
    Issue Date: 2016-01-22 14:59:19 (UTC+8)
    Abstract: 本研究從時間管理的角度探討學術期刊出版速度,研究目的為瞭解圖書資訊學領域期刊的出版時滯,以收錄於2013年版 Journal Citation Reports (JCR) 中主題分類為資訊科學與圖書館學 (IS&LS) 領域的期刊為研究對象,利用書目計量學方法分析其於2008年、2011年與2012年所出版的期刊論文之出版時滯的概況與變化、特性、開放取用與電子預印本機制、以及與影響係數、5年影響係數、即時指數及被引用半衰期等期刊評鑑指標之間的關係。
    This study was mainly to investigate the publication speed of scholarly journals. This study was conducted primarily to investigate the effect of publication lag, defined as the time between submission and publication, on Library and Information Science journals. This study focused on journals in the categories of Information Science & Library Science (IS&LS) in the 2013 edition of Journal Citation Reports, and those published in 2008, 2011 and 2012. The study using bibliometric methods to analyzed the publication lag of current condition, characteristics of publication frequency, publishers, subject categories, article types, and article lengths, Open Access (OA) and in-press , and journal indicators of Impact Factor (IF), 5-year Impact Factor (5Y-IF), Immediacy Index (II), and Cited Half-Life.
    The results of this study were as follows:
    (1) In the scope of this study, the condition of publication lag has distributed widely, therefore the average value was not discussed only. In the publication years of 2008, 2011, and 2012, the average publication lag was 428.13, 395.18, and 412.56 days; the median was 398, 331, and 362 days; the 25th percentile was 279.75, 235.75, and 264.25 days; the 75th percentile was 524, 510, and 504.5 days; and the mode was 353, 258, and 456 days, respectively. The publication lag range was between 250 and 450 days.
    (2) Significant differences were observed in publication lag and publication frequency, publishers, subject categories, article types, article lengths.
    (3) A significant difference was observed in publication lag and OA journals. However, the appearance of electronic in-press publication did substantially shorter the publication lag in 2011 and 2012 than in 2008, likewise, in-press publication exhibited a shorter publication lag than traditional publication.
    (4) Significant correlations were observed in publication lag and 5Y-IF, Cited Half-Life, but not for the IF and II.
    Suggestions based on the results are as follows:
    (1) Journal publishers should provide dates about counting publication lag, especially submission and acceptance dates.
    (2) Journal publishers should make efforts to shorten publication lag.
    (3) Journal publishers should offer in-press publication.
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