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Science Editing 2021;8(1): 85-92. doi: https://doi.org/10.6087/kcse.234
Five clusters of flood management articles in Scopus from 2000 to 2019 using social network analysis
Rosy Riani Kusuma1,2 , Ida Widianingsih1 , Sinta Ningrum1 , Rita Myrna1
1Faculty of Social and Political Sciences, Universitas Padjadjaran, Bandung, Indonesia
2Badan Pengawasan Keuangan dan Pembangunan, Jakarta, Indonesia
Corresponding Author: Rosy Riani Kusuma ,Email: rosy18002@mail.unpad.ac.id
Received: October 13, 2020;  Accepted: November 15, 2020.
This study aimed to analyze the bibliographic characteristics and content of articles on flood management published in journals indexed by Scopus written by researchers from throughout the world from 2000 to 2019.
We obtained data from the Scopus database on October 2, 2020. “Flood management” was used to search across several categories, including article title, abstract, and keywords, filtered by subject area (social science; environmental science; and business, management, and accounting). We only retrieved articles written in English. We conducted content analysis using the VOSviewer software and visualized the co-occurrence of keywords and bibliographic coupling of sources and countries.
Following the study protocol, we found 984 articles on flood management over the past 20 years. Among the three subject areas, environmental science was the most productive field for publishing flood management articles. Flood control, flood management, and risk assessment were the top three most popular topics. Flood management publications were published in 266 journals. In total, 86 countries collaborated to produce research related to flood management. Natural Hazard Journal and Journal of Flood Risk Management were the most prominent journals. Institutions from Europe ominated the top 10 institutions with the most publications by affiliated researchers.
From a global perspective, flood management research in the past two decades has increased significantly. There were five major topic clusters, and European-published journals ominated publications. Thus, Asian institutions need to conduct more active research on this topic.
Keywords: Bibliometric; Flood management; Publications; Scopus; VOSviewer
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