Inovação e Redes Sociais Digitais

mapeando publicações usando análise de co-citações

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https://doi.org/10.36311/1940-1640.2020.v14n4.10294

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Redes sociais digitais, Inovação, Análise de Co-citação, Redes sociais

Resumo

O presente estudo tem como objetivo verificar e analisar as publicações acadêmicas relacionados aos tópicos de inovação e redes sociais digitais. A metodologia de pesquisa é a análise de co-citação seguida pelo desenvolvimento de um mapa de co-citação que inclui as abordagens, tipos de redes e níveis agregação destes temas. Portanto, este estudo pode promover uma melhor compreensão sobre como os autores que estudam inovação e redes sociais digitais podem se relacionar. Como resultado, foram identificados 866 artigos entre 2014 e 2018. Com isto, 12.392 referencias citadas nos artigos foram analisadas no total de 480 journals. Três clusters principais foram identificados com a análise das referencias dos artigos.

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2020-11-25

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Kava, L., e R. E. Botelho-Francisco. “Inovação E Redes Sociais Digitais: Mapeando publicações Usando análise De Co-citações”. Brazilian Journal of Information Science: Research Trends, vol. 14, nº 4, novembro de 2020, p. e020013, doi:10.36311/1940-1640.2020.v14n4.10294.
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