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Webology ; 19(1):2138-2151, 2022.
Article in English | ProQuest Central | ID: covidwho-1964719

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This research seeks to characterize the global scientific production on social networks during the Covid-19 pandemic between the months of January 2020 to September 2021. A bibliometric study was carried out in five databases (Scopus, Web of Science, Google Academic, Microsoft Academic and Crossref). Bibliometric indicators were analyzed in a universe of 7889 articles obtained through Publish or Perish v. 7.19 and the same analytical software of the chosen databases. The results indicate that the article with the most citations is "Students under lockdown: Comparisons of students' social networks and mental health before and during the COVID-19 crisis in Switzerland". The author with the most scientific production on the subject of social networks is J. Wu. Regarding the journal with the largest number of articles on the subject, IEE Access stands out, a peer-reviewed open access scientific journal published by the Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers. While the United States stands as the country with the highest production of articles on social networks. It is concluded that scientific production was mainly directed to the study of the behavior of social networks during the pandemic. This increase generates an attractive phenomenon for researchers, who wish to evaluate and document totally new events for society. Stands as the country with the highest production of articles on social networks. It is concluded that scientific production was mainly directed to the study of the behavior of social networks during the pandemic. This increase generates an attractive phenomenon for researchers, who wish to evaluate and document totally new events for society. Stands as the country with the highest production of articles on social networks. It is concluded that scientific production was mainly directed to the study of the behavior of social networks during the pandemic. This increase generates an attractive phenomenon for researchers, who wish to evaluate and document totally new events for society.

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Webology ; 19(1):2122-2137, 2022.
Article in English | ProQuest Central | ID: covidwho-1964718

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The objective of this study is to characterize the world scientific production on education and COVID-19 between the months of January 2020 to September 2021. A bibliometric study was carried out in five databases (Scopus, Web of Science, Google Academic, Microsoft Academic and Crossref) from which a universe of 5005 articles was extracted. The bibliometric indicators were analyzed with the help of the Publish or Perish v. 7.19 and the same analytical software of the chosen databases. Regarding the most cited article published in the analyzed databases, the one entitled "Medical Student Education in the Time of COVID-19" stands out, which received 419 citations in the Scopus database, 368 in Web of Science, 442 in Crossref, 870 in Google Scholar and 702 in Microsoft Academic. Regarding the authors with the highest scientific production on the subject, Maria Assuncao Flores stands out with 5 publications on the Web of Science and Francisco José García-Peñalvo with 5 articles indexed in the Scopus database. Regarding the journals with the highest number of articles on education and COVID-19, Sustainability stands out. These results show that the scientific production referring to education and Covid-19 confirms the radical change generated in education at all levels by the pandemic and the increase in scientific production to try to explore and describe the changing situation resulting from the pandemic in education. Regarding the journals with the highest number of articles on education and COVID-19, Sustainability stands out. These results show that the scientific production referring to education and COVID-19 confirms the radical change generated in education at all levels by the pandemic and the increase in scientific production to try to explore and describe the changing situation resulting from the pandemic in education. Regarding the journals with the highest number of articles on education and COVID-19, Sustainability stands out. These results show that the scientific production referring to education and Covid-19 confirms the radical change generated in education at all levels by the pandemic and the increase in scientific production to try to explore and describe the changing situation resulting from the pandemic in education.

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Drug Evaluation Research ; 45(7):1426-1434, 2022.
Article in Chinese | Scopus | ID: covidwho-1964551

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In order to comprehensively understand the research hotspots and development trends of Lonicera Japonica Flos in the past 20 years, and to provide intuitive data reference and objective opinions and suggestions for subsequent related research in this field, this study collected 8 871 Chinese literature and 311 English literature related to Lonicera Japonica Flos research in the core collection databases of Wanfang Data), CNKI and Web of Science (WOS) from 2002 to 2021, and conducted bibliometric and visual analysis using vosviewer. The results showed that the research on the active components of Lonicera Japonica Flos based on phenolic acid components, the research on the mechanism of novel coronavirus pneumonia based on data mining and molecular docking technology, and the pharmacological research on the anti-inflammatory and antiviral properties of Lonicera Japonica Flos are the three hot research directions in the may become the future research direction. In this paper, we analyze the research on Lonicera Japonica Flos from five aspects: active ingredients, research methods, formulation and preparation, pharmacological effects and clinical applications, aiming to reveal the research hotspots, frontiers and development trends in this field and provide predictions and references for future research. © Drug Evaluation Research 2022.

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International Journal of Contemporary Hospitality Management ; 34(8):3029-3064, 2022.
Article in English | ProQuest Central | ID: covidwho-1961319

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Purpose>The purpose of this study is to examine the scientific research related to sustainability in hospitality and tourism from 1994 to 2020 by conducting bibliometric and science mapping analyses and to discuss the implications for prospective research opportunities.Design/methodology/approach>Keyword co-occurrences with 2,980 published papers collected from the Web of Science (Social Science Citation Index and Emerging Sources Citation Index) were used for the bibliometric-based analysis. The authors use SciMAT software which offers relevant outputs, such as research themes and graphical outputs (strategic diagrams, cluster networks and science mapping representing the temporal evolution of the themes).Findings>The findings show that biodiversity conservation, sustainable attitudes, climate change, protected areas, satisfaction and environmental management were the focal motor-themes in the studied periods. Additionally, four areas for future investigation are identified and discussed: sustainable behavior and environmental sustainability;consumption, demand and economic growth;tourism development and strategies;and rural tourism, poverty, ethics and education.Research limitations/implications>This analysis shows insightful results processing a high number of published documents. However, the authors recommend further research focused on qualitative literature review for each critical topic.Originality/value>The authors are unaware of analogous, completed and recent work about sustainability in hospitality and tourism. The authors believe this article is of great value to academics and practitioners because it synthesizes and disseminates the research topic while providing an outstanding basis for identifying research opportunities.

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Scientometrics ; 2022.
Article in English | Scopus | ID: covidwho-1959069

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The paper explores the impact of Covid-19 on scientists' collaboration behaviour in the 14 countries with the largest research output. The approach is bibliometric, taking the unit of analysis of collaborations as the individual researchers and the co-authorships in their preprints. The time plot of the data confirms a clear discontinuity in the number of preprint depositions after the Covid-19 outbreak. Less evident is the discontinuity in average number of co-authors per preprint, and also in propensity to collaborate. Investigating further, a multivariate econometric analysis shows that for propensity to national collaboration (both intra- and extramural) there has been a positive “effect” from the pandemic, but negative one on international collaboration. The same analysis conducted by country, however, reveals that these effects are significant only in some countries and often with discordant signs. © 2022, Akadémiai Kiadó, Budapest, Hungary.

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Int J Environ Res Public Health ; 19(15)2022 Jul 25.
Article in English | MEDLINE | ID: covidwho-1957322

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This paper aims to summarize the publishing trends, current status, research topics, and frontier evolution trends of health technology between 1990 and 2020 through various bibliometric analysis methods. In total, 6663 articles retrieved from the Web of Science core database were analyzed by Vosviewer and CiteSpace software. This paper found that: (1) The number of publications in the field of health technology increased exponentially; (2) there is no stable core group of authors in this research field, and the influence of the publishing institutions and journals in China is insufficient compared with those in Europe and the United States; (3) there are 21 core research topics in the field of health technology research, and these research topics can be divided into four classes: hot spots, potential hot spots, margin topics, and mature topics. C21 (COVID-19 prevention) and C10 (digital health technology) are currently two emerging research topics. (4) The number of research frontiers has increased in the past five years (2016-2020), and the research directions have become more diverse; rehabilitation, pregnancy, e-health, m-health, machine learning, and patient engagement are the six latest research frontiers.


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COVID-19 , Publications , Bibliometrics , Biomedical Technology , COVID-19/epidemiology , Humans , Imidazoles , Sulfonamides , Thiophenes , United States
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Journal of Transport and Supply Chain Management ; 16, 2022.
Article in English | ProQuest Central | ID: covidwho-1954242

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Background: After coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) was declared a pandemic, movement restrictions were implemented across sub-Saharan Africa. There has been much speculation on what the long-term impacts on urban transport might be. Objectives: The aim of this paper is to identify the revealed and future travel impacts of the pandemic. Method: To pursue this aim, evidence was compiled from two sources: secondary big data;and a ( n = 15) two-wave Delphi panel survey of experts in the region. Results: It is predicted that longer-term impacts will take the form of: reduced travel by, and accessibility for, low-income households residing in peripheral locations because of decreased welfare;reduced transport service availability;operator reduction (particularly amongst unsubsidised formal operators);increased remote activity participation for a minority of better resourced households with white-collar workers;and disrupted trip distributions as the mix of city-centre land use changes in response to business attrition in economic recession rather than to disrupted bid rents. Conclusion: The major impact of the pandemic is likely to be on welfare, rather than on trip substitution. There is a need, therefore, to focus policy on the mitigation of these impacts and, more particularly, on ways of measuring changes in transport disadvantage and exclusion so that reliable data are available to inform mitigation strategies. The mitigation strategies considered should include investment in affordable ‘digital connectivity’ as a means of complementing accessibility from physical proximity and mobility. The pandemic also highlights the need to develop more robust transport planning practices to deal with uncertainty.

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Journal of Information Processing Systems ; 18(3):359-373, 2022.
Article in English | Scopus | ID: covidwho-1954146

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The new crown pneumonia (COVID-19) has become a global epidemic. The disease has spread to most countries and poses a challenge to the healthcare system. Contact tracing technology is an effective way for public health to deal with diseases. Many experts have studied traditional contact tracing and developed digital contact tracking. In order to better understand the field of contact tracking, it is necessary to analyze the development of contact tracking in the field of computer science by bibliometrics. The purpose of this research is to use literature statistics and topic analysis to characterize the research literature of contact tracking in the field of computer science, to gain an in-depth understanding of the literature development status of contact tracking and the trend of hot topics over the past decade. In order to achieve the aforementioned goals, we conducted a bibliometric study in this paper. The study uses data collected from the Scopus database. Which contains more than 10,000 articles, including more than 2,000 in the field of computer science. For popular trends, we use VOSviewer for visual analysis. The number of contact tracking documents published annually in the computer field is increasing. At present, there are 200 to 300 papers published in the field of computer science each year, and the number of uncited papers is relatively small. Through the visual analysis of the paper, we found that the hot topic of contact tracking has changed from the past “mathematical model,” “biological model,” and “algorithm” to the current “digital contact tracking,” “privacy,” and “mobile application” and other topics. Contact tracking is currently a hot research topic. By selecting the most cited papers, we can display high-quality literature in contact tracking and characterize the development trend of the entire field through topic analysis. This is useful for students and researchers new to field of contact tracking ai well as for presenting our results to other subjects. Especially when comprehensive research cannot be conducted due to time constraints or lack of precise research questions, our research analysis can provide value for it. © 2022. KIPS

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Webology ; 19(3):1242-1261, 2022.
Article in English | ProQuest Central | ID: covidwho-1940172

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The study analyses the Scientometric analysis of the Quantitation techniques on the Publications trend has been measured in the field of Palaeontology based on the Scopus data for the period of study between 2005 and 2019. The topmost productive year was 2019 with 998 records (8.28%). Similarly the least productive year was 2005 with 371 records (3.08%). The publications, from 2005 to 2012 (8 years) 45.82% publications were found;whereas from 1913 to 2019 (7 years) 54.18% publications were found. The maximum number of citations in the year 2011 comprises 24683 citations and the minimum number of citations is 3115 in 2019. The maximum number of citations per paper is 39.28 in 2006. The highest exponential growth rate was found to be 1.23 in the year 2010 with 909 publications. The highest AGR was found in the year 2010 (23) followed by the year 2007 (21.83). The maximum RGR value is found to be 0.79 in the year 2006 and the minimum value is found to be 0.08 in the year 2018. Here the correlation coefficient of these two variables is 0.96. The highest CC 0.61 is reported in the year 2019. The overall CC =0.53 which is far from 0. The highest MCC 0.61 has been reported in the year 2019. The lowest MCC 0.40 has been reported in the year in 2006. The overall MCC is 0.53. The journal titled "Journal of Vertebrate Palaeontology" occupied the first position with 1494 publications. The second most productive journal was " PLoS ONE " with 471 publications.

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Atna Journal of Tourism Studies ; 17(2), 2022.
Article in English | ProQuest Central | ID: covidwho-1939936

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The purpose of the study was to have a better clarification of the popular themes studied by Indian researchers during the period 2000 to 2021. The paper helped in identifying the trends and development in research area in context to Indian Hospitality and tourism sector. The study selected a total of 1821 research papers of Indian origin from the scopus database during a span of 22 years (2000-2021). The selected publications were analyzed using different bibliometric methods of analysis using biblioshiny and VOS viewer within the scope of several parameters. The complete time period was divided into three distinct timeframes to study the research trends during the period. The maximum number of articles published in recent years, i.e. 2020, while minimum article publications in 2001. 1241 citations received in 2019 while only 110 citations received in 2005. 'Worldwide Hospitality and Tourism Themes' and 'International Journal of Contemporary Hospitality Management' were found to be the most productive journals. While ‘Singh S.’ is the most productive authors with a maximum number of articles, while 'Jauhari V' has the most number of citations for his work. Sustainability and conservation are the themes of common interest irrespective of timeframe, while the role of social media, covid 19 are recent trending topics for researchers. The study does contain certain limitations despite contributing significantly to the Hospitality and tourism literature in Indian context. The present study did not included publications other than articles like conferences proceedings, book chapters and dissertations etc. Selection of tools used and the keywords chosen for the study also limit the outcome. The findings of the analysis is helpful in better understanding the direction of research themes in the hotel and tourism industries. Evaluation of prominent authors and their work again helps on focusing the trending themes in the sector among researchers. Furthermore it helps future researchers in identifying key issues in the field of hospitality and tourism. The sample for this study, to the best of the authors' knowledge, was the most comprehensive collection of articles published in India's hospitality and tourism industries. This study adds substantially to the existing literature by highlighting current research orientations and trends in hospitality and tourism.

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Scientometrics ; 127(6): 3083-3115, 2022.
Article in English | MEDLINE | ID: covidwho-1942530

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Due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic that began in the winter of 2020, all communities and activities globally have been positively or negatively affected. This scientometric study raises an interesting question concerning whether the volume and characteristics of scientific publishing in all disciplines in 23 Mediterranean countries have been impacted by the pandemic and whether variations in the cumulative totals of COVID-19 cases have resulted in significant changes in this context. The Scopus database and SciVal tool supplied the necessary data for the years targeted for comparison (2019 and 2020), and the annual growth rates and differences were computed. The study used the Mann-Whitney test to examine the significance of the differences between the two years and the Spearman and Kendall correlation tests to evaluate the effect of the number of infections on these differences for all aspects of scientific performance. The findings demonstrated that the COVID-19 pandemic served as a powerful incentive, and the Mediterranean region experienced considerable differences in the volume and features of publications during this crisis. The most substantial implications were the significant growth from 3.1 to 9.4% in productivity and the increases in the annual growth rates of international collaboration, by 12% for the collaboration among Mediterranean countries and 10% for collaboration with the top ten epidemic countries. It was also proven that some characteristics of the publications were positively correlated with the total number of infections. This investigation can help university leaders and decision-makers in higher education and research institutions in these countries make decisions and implement measures to bridge the gaps and motivate researchers in all fields to conduct more research during this ongoing pandemic. Supplementary Information: The online version contains supplementary material available at 10.1007/s11192-022-04391-w.

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Educ Inf Technol (Dordr) ; : 1-33, 2022 Apr 28.
Article in English | MEDLINE | ID: covidwho-1942144

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Online and virtual teaching-learning has been a panacea that most educational institutions adopted from the dire need created by COVID-19. We provide a comprehensive bibliometric study of 9523 publications on virtual laboratories in higher education covering the years 1991 to 2021. Influential bibliometrics such as publications and citations, productive countries, contributing institutions, funders, journals, authors, and bibliographic couplings were studied using the Scientific Procedures and Rationales for Systematic Literature Reviews (SPAR-4-SLR) protocol. A new metric to complement citations called Field Weighted Citation Impact was introduced that considers the differences in research behavior across disciplines. Findings show that 72% of the research work was published between 2011-and 2021, most likely due to digitalization, with the highest number of publications in 2020-2021 highlighting the impact of the pandemic. Top contributing institutions were from the developed economies of Spain, Germany, and the United States. The citation impact from publications with international co-authors is the highest, highlighting the importance of co-authoring papers with different countries. For the first time, Altmetrics in the context of virtual labs were studied though a very low correlation was observed between citations and Altmetrics Attention Score. Still, the overall percentage of publications with attention showed linear growth. Our work also highlights that virtual laboratory could play a significant role in achieving the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals, specifically SDG4-Quality Education, which largely remains under-addressed.

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Healthcare (Basel) ; 10(7)2022 Jul 15.
Article in English | MEDLINE | ID: covidwho-1938759

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Parametric and non-parametric frontier applications are typical for measuring the efficiency and productivity of many healthcare units. Due to the current COVID-19 pandemic, hospital efficiency is the center of academic discussions and the most desired target for many public authorities under limited resources. Investigating the state of the art of such applications and methodologies in the healthcare sector, besides uncovering strategical managerial prospects, can expand the scientific knowledge on the fundamental differences among efficiency models, variables and applications, drag research attention to the most attractive and recurrent concepts, and broaden a discussion on the specific theoretical and empirical gaps still to be addressed in future research agendas. This work offers a systematic bibliometric review to explore this complex panorama. Hospital efficiency applications from 1996 to 2022 were investigated from the Web of Science base. We selected 65 from the 203 most prominent works based on the Core Publication methodology. We provide core and general classifications according to the clinical outcome, bibliographic coupling of concepts and keywords highlighting the most relevant perspectives and literature gaps, and a comprehensive discussion of the most attractive literature and insights for building a research agenda in the field.

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Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A ; 119(28): e2204074119, 2022 Jul 12.
Article in English | MEDLINE | ID: covidwho-1937499

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Massive scientific productivity accompanied the COVID-19 pandemic. We evaluated the citation impact of COVID-19 publications relative to all scientific work published in 2020 to 2021 and assessed the impact on scientist citation profiles. Using Scopus data until August 1, 2021, COVID-19 items accounted for 4% of papers published, 20% of citations received to papers published in 2020 to 2021, and >30% of citations received in 36 of the 174 disciplines of science (up to 79.3% in general and internal medicine). Across science, 98 of the 100 most-cited papers published in 2020 to 2021 were related to COVID-19; 110 scientists received ≥10,000 citations for COVID-19 work, but none received ≥10,000 citations for non-COVID-19 work published in 2020 to 2021. For many scientists, citations to their COVID-19 work already accounted for more than half of their total career citation count. Overall, these data show a strong covidization of research citations across science, with major impact on shaping the citation elite.


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COVID-19 , Pandemics , Periodicals as Topic , Humans , Periodicals as Topic/trends
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Geo Journal of Tourism and Geosites ; 42:824-831, 2022.
Article in English | ProQuest Central | ID: covidwho-1934960

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The study aims to explore and review the scientific documents published in the pandemic covid-19 and tourism sector. The bibliometric analysis was used to collect and analyze scientific documents in the Web of Science database. The analysis used the R program to get information and map the main idea related to contributors in different objects, including the authors, institution, country and publication source, thematic mapping of the paper in covid-19 and tourism sector. The finding discovers 791 scientific documents and 320 sources. The finding emphasizes that the research topic in pandemic covid-19 and tourism sector is generally given information and benefit.

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Australasian Medical Journal (Online) ; 15(6):416-417, 2022.
Article in English | ProQuest Central | ID: covidwho-1934857

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The studies included in this report summarizes novel insights, current developments, and observations that were specific to the region and provides an excellent opportunity to the diverse research groups all across the world to interpret the research trend and emerging medical science challenges in the Australasian region. Kroon presented their observations on credentialing the radiotherapy centers in the Australasian region on stereotactic ablative body radiotherapy of early stage lung cancer. Credentialing of radiotherapy centres in Australasia for TROG 09.02 (Chisel), a Phase III clinical trial on stereotactic ablative body radiotherapy of early stage lung cancer.

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Sustainability ; 14(13):8196, 2022.
Article in English | ProQuest Central | ID: covidwho-1934262

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This article synthesizes the evidence on food value chains (FVCs) and regional food hubs (RFHs) through a systematic literature review and suggests future research directions based on the gaps identified in the review. The number of publications on FVCs and RFHs is increasing, indicating that these topics are gaining interest among scholars from different countries and disciplines. Bibliometric analysis and preferred reporting items for systematic review and a meta-analysis (PRISMA) flow chart are used to identify the data from Scopus. The results show that FVCs are an innovative solution to improve the skills and capacity of smallholder farmers through collaborative networks that can match the functions of RFHs. RFHs connect local producers and customers by operating a business based on social entrepreneurship and ecological approaches to increase local economic viability and the sustainability of agriculture products. FVCs and RFHs are designed to respond to supply chain insecurity with value-based approaches in order to achieve sustainable nutrition for the local community. Further research on FVCs and RFHs emphasizes that the business model of regional development in developing countries can improve food security sustainability based on social entrepreneurship, and emphasizes the environmental aspect that it can use to support the sustainability of developing countries local food.

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Sustainability ; 14(13):7661, 2022.
Article in English | ProQuest Central | ID: covidwho-1934222

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Electronic (mobile) payment systems are an important aspect of e-commerce. However, few reviews highlight the most significant findings and challenges. In this article, we have prepared a bibliometric analysis to provide a statistical overview of previously published research papers on electronic (mobile) payment systems and user preferences, with a particular emphasis on their diverse techniques and analyses, as well as comprehensive and reliable directions to reveal evolutionary nuances and highlighting emerging areas in this specific research. This study reviewed 177 scientific papers published between 2001 and November 2021 in the Web of Science (WoS) database on the subjects of electronic payment systems (EPS) and mobile payment systems (MPS), payment interface (PI), technology acceptance model (TAM), payment frameworks (PF), and user preferences (UP). The amount of studies using the abovementioned topics (EPS, MPS, TAM, PF, and UP) increases annually. Spain, China, and Malaysia are the three main countries that actively participate, and their international academic partnership is relatively close. We have compiled a list of the most relevant publications, prolific authors, institutions, and leading research topics. The articles were used to evaluate bibliometric indicators, analyze research activity, investigate the subject’s evolution, and identify the most interconnected themes. The findings provide a comprehensive overview of existing thematic studies, with a notable rising trend showing the potential for future research in the field. The study provides a guideline for further research.

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Applied Sciences ; 12(13):6809, 2022.
Article in English | ProQuest Central | ID: covidwho-1933962

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This study scrutinizes the existing literature regarding the use of augmented reality and gamification in education to establish its theoretical basis. A systematic literature review following the Preferred Reporting Items for Systematic Reviews and Meta-Analyses (PRISMA) statement was conducted. To provide complete and valid information, all types of related studies for all educational stages and subjects throughout the years were investigated. In total, 670 articles from 5 databases (Scopus, Web of Science, Google Scholar, IEEE, and ERIC) were examined. Based on the results, using augmented reality and gamification in education can yield several benefits for students, assist educators, improve the educational process, and facilitate the transition toward technology-enhanced learning when used in a student-centered manner, following proper educational approaches and strategies and taking students’ knowledge, interests, unique characteristics, and personality traits into consideration. Students demonstrated positive behavioral, attitudinal, and psychological changes and increased engagement, motivation, active participation, knowledge acquisition, focus, curiosity, interest, enjoyment, academic performance, and learning outcomes. Teachers also assessed them positively. Virtual rewards were crucial for improving learning motivation. The need to develop appropriate validation tools, design techniques, and theories was apparent. Finally, their potential to create collaborative and personalized learning experiences and to promote and enhance students’ cognitive and social–emotional development was evident.

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Journal of Food Quality ; 2022, 2022.
Article in English | ProQuest Central | ID: covidwho-1932849

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Corporate social responsibility (CSR) in the food industry has received increasing attention in recent years. Many scholars have paid attention to case studies and other empirical analyses in this field, but there is no systematic or scientific literature review. The purpose of this study is to quantitatively evaluate the knowledge structure, research hotspots, and development history in CSR in the food industry. After searching, screening, and commenting, 498 articles were left for citation analysis, co-citation analysis, and co-word analysis. The main findings of the research are as follows: (1) The overall development status of the research in the field. The analysis of the three fields that constitute the knowledge structure. (2) Research in this field has become a hot spot, but the research is rather scattered, and the scholars and experts do not have a special research core. (3) The keywords’ cluster results in 9 clustering tags, which are further grouped into 7 groups. The research of the scholars focuses on the food supply chain, consumer perception, and social media communication. (4) The research topics in this field focus on environmental responsibility, nutrition and health, and food safety. The research results show that future research should be more in-depth and reflect the new characteristics of the Internet, digitalization, and big data.

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