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    Title: 人文學期刊引用類型分析初探
    Citation analysis of humanities
    Authors: 邱琦茹
    Chiu, Chi Ju
    Contributors: 蔡明月
    Tsay, Ming Yueh
    Chiu, Chi Ju
    Keywords: 人文學
    classification of citation
    citation analysis
    Date: 2011
    Issue Date: 2012-10-30 11:25:48 (UTC+8)
    Abstract: 人文學是指與人類文化有關,或與分析、判斷人類價值和獨特的精神表現的研究方法有關的學科。本研究透過臺灣人文學引文索引核心期刊資料庫(THCI Core)與美國藝術與人文引文索引資料庫(A&HCI),選擇人文學5門學科權威期刊內2011年出版的文獻進行文獻引用之分析,探討並比較國內外人文學科引用文獻的性質與類型,藉以瞭解人文學科學者的引用特性。

    本研究結果如下:1.人文學引用文獻特性之分布現象:(1) 除語言學以期刊為主要引用資料類型外,人文學各學科引用資料類型以圖書為主;(2)除圖書與期刊外,文學、哲學與藝術偏重對博碩士論文的引用,歷史學則著重於檔案與報紙的使用,對於研究報告引用情形最少;(3)人文學參考文獻語文以中文為主,語言學之參考文獻以英文為多;(4)人文學引用文獻年代分布長遠,引用文獻半衰期平均為16.8年;2.人文學引用文獻位置與特性:(1)人文學學門以論述型文獻為主;(2)人文學論述型文獻對於引用文獻使用頻率以本文部分最多,結論最少;(3)人文學使用內容註現象頻繁;3.人文學引用類型都是以「首次作品」類型為多;4.語言學與其他人文學學門之引用文獻特質有所差異。

    Humanities, those branches of knowledge that concern themselves with human beings and their culture or with analytic and critical methods of inquiry derived from an appreciation of human values and of the unique ability of the human spirit to express itself. Via Taiwan Humanities Citation Index Core and Arts & Humanities Citation Index, this study select 2011 representative journals of five disciplines to analysis their citations, and explore and compare humanities citation type and characteristics as to observe humanities scholars’ citation behavior.

    The results are as follows: 1.The analysis of Citation and Reference in Humanities: (1) The humanities citation mostly refer to books except the discipline of language; (2) In addition to books and periodicals, the citation emphasis on dissertations and theses in the discipline of literature, philosophy and art, and History focuses on the use of files and newspapers; (3) The majority of citations were to Chinese materials; (4) The half-life of the cited journal in the humanities is average 16.8 years; 2. The position of citation in humanities literature and research features: (1)The ratio of describing research literature in humanities is higher;(2) Humanities scholars frequently use citations at the part of body, which seldom at the part of conclusion;(3) The content note usage in humanities is frequently phenomenon;3. The classification of citation in humanities is mostly “primary sources”; 4. The citation characteristics of Linguistics differ from other discipline of humanities.

    The results can be applied to planning the resource type to libraries or research units, realize the academic information needs and characteristics of humanities scholars, and defining important research sources to provide researchers complete information services. Meanwhile, the analysis can be used in proposals of building citation index database, providing scholars to write notes and citation format, and as the recommend for humanities’ database.
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