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Influences of Chinese educational journals—research based on 2000–2004 CSSCI

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Based on the analyses on the quality of educational periodicals and the number of publications and citations in Chinese Social Sciences Citation Index (CSSCI), this paper intends to make an analysis and introduction of the general situation of Chinese educational journals and publications during 2000–2004. Results show that the quantity of educational periodicals and papers published in China, their influence, “impact factor” and the quantity of language varieties and quotation types are not completely compatible.


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