Congresos de GKA, [GKA EDU 2020] Congreso Internacional de Educación y Aprendizaje

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Distributed leadership through the prisms of bibliometric mapping scope
Ingrid del Valle García Carreño

Última modificación: 2020-06-25


A distributed leadership (DL) on school leadership and management has garnered considerable attention from policymakers, practitioners, and researchers in many countries over the past two decades. Academics agree with the Principal's leadership success and development forms and component watchful as the second-largest school element. Hence, with the pattern of education changes in the globalization world and future trend, the idea of DL would be considered appropriate for school administrators, DL is different from traditional methods to study and develop leadership. Also, some important institutions focused on leadership development, they are managed at different levels of government and by a variety of organizations. In this communication, the author presents a bibliometric technique and analyzes the journal's impact, its prominent topics, and most prolific authors including their affiliated institutions and countries, also identify variables as authors more cited, institutions, most mentioned journals, idioms and countries, co-citations and co-occurrences of the authors' specified keywords. To do it, the design has two ways, bibliometric techniques, and science mapping. Bibliometric techniques by the Web of Science (WoS) and SCOPUS. Through science mapping, the author has an essential procedure in the construction of authors´ co-occurrences, specified keywords analysis, and visualization of bibliometric networks. The software programs used for analyzing, mapping, and visualizing bibliometric networks, was Vosviewer (2020). The first section develops a theoretical framework to improve understanding of DL definitions. The second section discusses bibliometric methods as a theoretical approximation. The third section analyzes the information taken from DL’s literature, the sources used were databases, WoS, and SCOPUS therefore, it is a quantitative approach with an analysis characterized by conceptual analytical discussion. The fourth part presents the statistical results, bibliometric networks, and the last one conclusion.

Palabras clave

Bibliometric analysis; distributed leadership; Web of Science (WoS), SCOPUS; Science mapping