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Title: Publikacje polskich badaczy w czasopismach z list ERIH w kontekście ewaluacji jednostek naukowych
Authors: Kulczycki, Emanuel
Rozkosz, Ewa
Drabek, Aneta
Keywords: European Reference Index for the Humanities; ERIH; Scientific journals; Categorization of scientific units; Scientometrics
Issue Date: 2015
Citation: Kultura i Edukacja, 2015, nr 1, s. 149-172
Abstract: The article discusses the adequacy of using the ERIH lists (the European Reference Index for the Humanities) as a tool for categorizing the scientific units in Poland in 2013. Our study examines the international range of journals in which Polish humanists published their texts in 2009-2012. We examine the published articles through the category of an evaluated item (the indicator used in the Polish categorization of scientific units). The analyzed journals (N = 4274) were indexed on the C part of the Polish „List of Evaluated Journals” which is based on the ERIH lists. We divide journals into two categories: (1) journals (N = 620) with at least 1 publication taken into account in the categorization (128 Polish journals and 492 published outside of Poland), (2) journals (N = 3654) in which there were no publications from the Polish scientific units and no evaluated items. We found 7724 evaluated items which were attributed to the ERIH lists: 75.18% of these items were connected with articles published in the Polish journals which have a national range; 24.12% of these came from 10 Polish journals. Our findings show that the ERIH lists are not appropriate for assessing the internationalization of publications in the categorization of scientific units.
DOI: 10.15804/kie.2015.01.08
ISSN: 1230-266X
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