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South African Journal of Education, v35 n3 Article 1090 Aug 2015

The aim of this study is to investigate the scholarly impact of knowledge generated as part of doctoral studies in the field of education in South Africa. The transition rate of the 97 doctoral theses completed in the various fields of education in South Africa in 2008 into peer-reviewed articles and chapters in scholarly books, as well as the citation impact of these theses, were studied. It was found that the transition rates of these theses to journal articles and book chapters were low, as was their citation impact. Eighty three of the 97 theses did not transfer into any kind of publication, 70 out of the 97 made no citation impact, and 65 theses neither transferred to an article/a book chapter, nor did they receive any citation. The low scholarly impact of doctoral research in education in South Africa is related to a number of contextual and field-specific factors, identified in the survey of literature. The main recommendation made is the mapping of fields of education scholarship, making possible the identification of lacuna for research with high impact potential.

Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Doctoral Dissertations, Educational Research, Scholarship, Journal Articles, Textbook Publication, Citation Analysis, Citations (References), Writing for Publication, Productivity, Bibliometrics, Educational Quality

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Autor: Wolhuter, C. C.

Fuente: https://eric.ed.gov/?q=a&ft=on&ff1=dtySince_1992&pg=2753&id=EJ1135062







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