ABSTRACT

This paper grasps about various features of the coauthorship network based on the co-author frequency in the Korean LIS Research Community. This issue includes many topics such as changable aspects of coauthorship network, properties of higher cooperative authors groups. This work is mostly analyzed through a bibliographic analysis of articles which is published from 2000 to 2009(10 years) in Korean Library & Information Science major four journals. The results show three major implications. 1) There is a various structural changes of coauthorship network on the change of the co-author frequency. 2) There are 21 research pairs in the higher cooperative authors groups with the co-author frequency more than five. 3) There seems that any subjective relations between the articles which is produced by 21 research pairs were not clearly presents.

KEYWORD

Network Analysis, Weighted Coauthorship Network, Co-author Frequency, Higher Cooperative Authors Group, Research Pair

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