The Relationship between Authors and Main Thematic Categories in the Field of Knowledge Organization: A Bibliometric Approach
Categories, Contexts And Relations In Knowledge Organization. Wurzburg: Ergon-verlag Gmbh, v. 13, p. 44-50, 2012.
Arboit, Aline Elis
Cabrini Gracio, Maria Claudia
Tannuri de Oliveira, Ely Francina
Bufrem, Leilah Santiago
Raghavan, K. S.
This is a study about the relationships between authors and the main thematic categories in the papers published in the last five International ISKO Conferences, held between 2002 and 2010. The aim is to map the domain as ISKO conferences are considered the most representative forum in the field. The published papers are considered to indicate the relationships between authors and themes. The Classification Scheme for Knowledge Organization Error! Bookmark not defined Literature (CSKOL) was used to categorize the papers. The theoretical and methodological foundations of the study can be found in the concept of domain analysis proposed by Hjorland. The analysis of the papers (n=146) led to the identification of the most productive authors, the networks representing the relationships between the authors as also the categories that constitute the primary areas of research.