Title: Scientometric analysis of research from a feminist perspective
Análisis cienciométrico de investigaciones con perspectiva feminista
Análise cienciométrico de pesquisas com perspectiva feminista
Authors: Hernández-Pozo, María del Rocío
Fernández Rius, Lourdes Elena
Keywords: SCIENTOMETRICS
FEMINIST PERSPECTIVE
SCOPUS
DISTRIBUTION OF AUTHORS BY SEX
CIENCIOMETRÍA
PERSPECTIVA FEMINISTA
DISTRIBUCIÓN DE AUTORES POR SEXO
DISTRIBUIÇÃO DE AUTORES POR SEXO
CIENCIOMETRÍA
BIBLIOMETRÍA
INVESTIGACIÓN CIENTÍFICA
FEMINISMO
BASES DE DATOS BIBLIOGRÁFICAS [SCOPUS]
Issue Date: Dec-2013
Publisher: Universidad Católica de Colombia. Facultad de Psicología
Citation: Hernández-Pozo, M. R., & Fernández-Rius, L. E. (2013). Scientometric analysis of research from a feminist perspective. Acta Colombiana de Psicología, 16, (2), 31-46. Recuperado de http://editorial.ucatolica.edu.co/ojsucatolica/revistas_ucatolica/index.php/acta-colombiana-psicologia/article/view/177/218
Abstract: Con el fin de construir un mapa histórico de la producción científica con perspectiva feminista y analizar los temas que han ocupado la atención de los académicos a partir de ese enfoque, se realizó una búsqueda en la base bibliométrica SCOPUS, del periodo comprendido entre 1960 y julio del 2013. La búsqueda, a partir de cuatro palabras clave, arrojó 54 artículos, escritos por 86 especialistas de 14 países, de los cuales se destacaron: Estados unidos, Inglaterra, Canadá y Australia. 87% de ellos estaban escritos en inglés y 4% en español, con predominanacia de enfoques disciplinarios de ciencias sociales y de psicología, aunque por definición, la teoría feminista trata temas interdisciplinarios. En el 69% de los casos esos artículos fueron producto de la autoría de una sola persona, y el 78% de los autores fueron mujeres. La citación osciló entre 137 y cero, siendo los artículos más populares los de origen canadiense, estadounidense e inglés Los artículos reflejan una amplia gama de temáticas que enfatizan aspectos teóricos, metodológicos y empíricos en diferentes áreas del saber. Adicionalmente, se observó una escasa presencia de artículos que abordaran el impacto del feminismo en las políticas públicas, así como de artículos que examinaran aplicaciones de la teoría feminista sobre la educación. Se concluye que un reto para la producción latinoamericana en investigación feminista es aumentar su presencia en revistas científicas de circulación internacional indexadas en SCOPUS, así como elevar la calidad de las revistas hispanoamericanas en el tema, de modo que permita la divulgación científica en español.
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