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Original article | Journal of Innovative Research in Teacher Education 2022, Vol. 3(2) 161-174

Bibliometric analysis of published research on inclusive education

Aykar Teki̇n Bozkurt & Zeynep Yılmaz Öztürk

pp. 161 - 174   |  DOI: https://doi.org/10.29329/jirte.2022.464.7   |  Manu. Number: MANU-2204-07-0003.R1

Published online: September 13, 2022  |   Number of Views: 29  |  Number of Download: 179


Abstract

This study aimed to review the literature on "Inclusive education" in the Web of Science (WoS) database between 1992-2021 and determine the leading trends and progress by using the bibliometric parameters. The bibliometric data were obtained from the WoS database and visualized using the Vosviewer software. The data set was analyzed according to bibliometric indicators such as the number of articles, the top 20 publications, the most frequently used keywords, the cooperation between countries and the distribution of keywords. The analysis results showed a significant increase in scientific research on inclusive education since 2010. The analysis results revealed that the word "Inclusive education" was the most commonly used keyword in scientific research among the 8174 keywords. The USA is the leading country in terms of scientific productivity and the number of published articles. The study findings indicate that "inclusive education" has an important place in education and guidance research and signals the promising future of research in this field.

Keywords: Inclusive, Education, Inclusive Education, Bibliometric, Scientific.


How to Cite this Article?

APA 6th edition
Bozkurt, A.T. & Ozturk, Z.Y. (2022). Bibliometric analysis of published research on inclusive education . Journal of Innovative Research in Teacher Education, 3(2), 161-174. doi: 10.29329/jirte.2022.464.7

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Bozkurt, A. and Ozturk, Z. (2022). Bibliometric analysis of published research on inclusive education . Journal of Innovative Research in Teacher Education, 3(2), pp. 161-174.

Chicago 16th edition
Bozkurt, Aykar Teki̇n and Zeynep Yilmaz Ozturk (2022). "Bibliometric analysis of published research on inclusive education ". Journal of Innovative Research in Teacher Education 3 (2):161-174. doi:10.29329/jirte.2022.464.7.

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