热带地理 ›› 2015, Vol. 35 ›› Issue (2): 186-192.

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中国瘟疫研究进展的文献计量分析

王晓伟,李孜沫   

  1. (华中师范大学 地理过程分析与模拟湖北省重点实验室//可持续发展研究中心//城市与环境科学学院,武汉 430079)
  • 出版日期:2015-03-31 发布日期:2015-03-31
  • 作者简介:王晓伟(1987―),男,山东莱芜人,博士研究生,研究方向为医学地理、区域与旅游可持续发展,(E-mail)wxw_1987@163.com。
  • 基金资助:

    国家自然科学基金项目(41171408);国家社会科学基金项目(11AZD117、12&ZD145)

Bibliometric Analysis of the Progress in Epidemic Research in China

WANG Xiaowei,LI Zimo   

  1. (Key Laboratory for Geographical Process Analysis&Simulation//Sustainable Development Research Center// School of Urban and Environmental Science,Central China Normal University,Wuhan 430079,China)
  • Online:2015-03-31 Published:2015-03-31

摘要:

以CNKI网络资源共享平台为文献获取平台,运用文献计量分析法分析了中国瘟疫研究的现状和进展。结果表明:过去60年间,在学科领域方面,研究内容涉及的学科领域越来越广,已涉及12大学科门类;其中以历史学领域研究上升速度最快,学科之间差距悬殊。在研究时间方面,研究时段以现代为主;时间维度以断代史为主,自古及今的“大历史观”研究相对较少,总比不足1.0%。在研究区域方面,研究区域重视全国范围和国外地区的研究;研究深度已涉及村镇尺度的研究;国内省区研究空间差异显著,研究热点区―冷点区呈东部沿海向内陆递减趋势。

关键词: 瘟疫, 文献计量分析法, 学科分布, 研究时段, 研究区域

Abstract:

Epidemic is a general term for epidemic infectious disease caused by strong pathogenic microorganism, which is harmful to mankind health and life. Taking CNKI as the main data source, this paper uses bibliometric methods to examine the present situation and the development of research on epidemic in China. The conclusion comes that: During the past 60 years, 1) The research contents involved more and more fields, in which 12 subjects were included, and the study on history increased the fastest. The gaps among different subjects were obvious. 2) The research paid more attention to modern period, and gave priority to dynastic history. The research from so-called “Macroscopic View of History” was not usually seen, accounting for less than 1.0% of the total. 3) The research paid attention to nationwide areas and foreign countries, and also involved villages and towns. The spatial differences of the research among domestic provinces were significant and the hot-point areas showed a decreasing trend from eastern coastal areas to inland areas.

Key words: epidemic, bibliometric method, subject distribution, studied period, studied region