TITLE

Our »Collegium Antropologicum« Officially the Most Improved Social Science Journal in the World for mid-2002

AUTHOR(S)
Rudan, Pavao; Škaric-Juric, Tatjana; Rudan, Igor
PUB. DATE
June 2003
SOURCE
Collegium Antropologicum;Jun2003, Vol. 27 Issue 1, pS1
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Editorial
ABSTRACT
Thomson ISI®'s bimonthly web-product ISI Essential Science Indicators (ESI) is an in-depth analytical tool that regularly reports quantitative analyses of research performance and science trends, covering about 8,500 scientific journals from the entire world. In each issue ESI lists the scientists, institutions, countries and journals that are most improved from one update to the next, i.e. that show the largest percentage increase in total citations. In its edition of January 2003, it reported that our «Collegium Antropologicum», was the most improved journal in the field of Social Sciences during the period from July 2002 to September 2002. The field of Social Sciences is one of 22 categories of science regularly analyzed by ESI. It includes anthropology, public health, sociology, social work and policy, political science, law, education, communication, library and information sciences, environmental studies and rehabilitation. Due to journal's success, which is based on publications of predominantly Croatian scientists within the past seven post-war years, Croatia was also officially the most improved among more than 200 countries, and University of Zagreb was the most improved in the field of Social Science among thousands of other institutions. We hope that this is an early sign of revival of the scientific activity in our country after the War in Croatia (1991-1995).
ACCESSION #
13864098

 

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