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editorial board, and the citation data associated with that journal. The last criteria includes determination of whether a journal's self-citation rate is excessive based on its subject category norm. Most journals for which JIFs are published have self

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for references citing others. Digital scholarly publications such as electronic journals and books are gaining currency. Do they have an influence on journal self-citations and author self-citations? A comparison study is suggested, focusing on

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Scientometrics
Authors:
J. A. García
,
Rosa Rodriguez-Sánchez
,
J. Fdez-Valdivia
, and
J. Martinez-Baena

are not influenced by journal self-citation. The Article Influence determines the average influence of a journal's articles over the first 5 years after publication (Journal Citation Reports 2011 ). It is calculated by dividing a journal

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influence the network more than lesser cited journals, (Journal Citation Reports 2011 ). References from one article in a journal to another article from the same journal are removed, so that ESs are not influenced by journal self-citation. The

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demonizing and bellicose vocabulary, claiming -among others- that a 70.5 % journal self-citation rate should not be condemned (Brumback 2009a ), and making belligerent statements, such as this one: “the impact factor is worthless and should be killed off

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