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A BIBLIOMETRIC ANALYSIS OF MOBILE GUIDE APPLICATIONS

Year 2023, Volume: 6 Issue: 2, 31 - 66, 09.01.2024

Abstract

Mobile guide applications are changing the way tourists travel with their trip and activity recommendations, location-based personalized tours and instant access to the requested information. The aim of this study is to examine and evaluate the studies published on "mobile guide", which will closely affect the tour guiding profession, which is an important component of tourism, and to provide a bird's eye view for academicians who want to study in this field. In accordance with this purpose, bibliometric analysis method was preferred. Within the scope of the study, all articles, book chapters and papers written in English language in the Scopus database were filtered using the keyword "mobile guide" without any field and time limit, and in this way, the preliminary research of the study was completed. The distribution rates of the information obtained in the preliminary research according to years and fields, the frequency of keywords and the distribution of authors according to countries were examined by using the VOSviewer program. In the next stage of the study, information on 65 articles was tabulated in detail. When the studies were examined, it was seen that academics working in the fields of computer and information systems were predominant, while tourism academics did not show enough interest in the subject. It is thought that joint work in this field by tourism academics who have a good command of tourist behavior and academics who have a good command of information systems and work in the field of engineering will improve the quality of publications.

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MOBİL REHBER UYGULAMALARI ÜZERİNE BİBLİYOMETRİK BİR ANALİZ

Year 2023, Volume: 6 Issue: 2, 31 - 66, 09.01.2024

Abstract

Mobil rehber uygulamaları; sundukları tatil ve etkinlik önerileri, konum tabanlı kişiselleştirilmiş turlar ve talep edilen bilgiye anında ulaşma imkânı ile turistlerin seyahat yapış şekillerini değiştirmektedir. Bu çalışmanın amacı, turizmin önemli bir bileşeni olan rehberlik mesleğini yakından etkileyecek “mobil rehber” konusunda yayınlanmış çalışmaları incelemek, değerlendirmek ve bu alanda çalışma yapmak isteyen akademisyenlere kuşbakışı bir görünüm sunmaktır. Bu amaca uygun olarak bibliyometrik analiz yöntemi tercih edilmiştir. Çalışma kapsamında Scopus veri tabanında yer alan İngilizce dilinde yazılmış tüm makale, kitap bölümü ve bildiriler alan ve zaman sınırı olmadan “mobil rehber” anahtar sözcüğü kullanılarak filtrelenmiştir ve bu şekilde çalışmanın ön araştırması tamamlanmıştır. Ön araştırmada elde edilen bilgilerin yıllara ve alanlara göre dağılım oranları ile VOSviewer programından yararlanılarak anahtar sözcüklerin sıklığı ve yazarların ülkelere göre dağılımı incelenmiştir. Çalışmanın sonraki aşamasında ise 65 makaleye ait bilgiler detaylı olarak tablolaştırılmıştır. Yapılan çalışmalar incelendiğinde bilgisayar ve bilgi sistemleri alanlarında çalışan akademisyenlerin ağırlıkta olduğu; turizm akademisyenlerinin ise konuya yeterince ilgi göstermediği görülmüştür. Turist davranışlarına hâkim turizm akademisyenleri ile bilgi sistemlerine hâkim olan ve mühendislik alanında çalışan akademisyenlerin bu alanda ortak çalışma yapmalarının yayın kalitesini geliştireceği düşünülmektedir.

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Primary Language Turkish
Subjects Software Engineering (Other)
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Mustafa Cevdet ALTUNEL 0000-0001-6382-5526

Ayşe Gözde YAŞAR ALTUNEL 0000-0001-9109-5292

Berna PALA 0000-0003-4384-5743

Early Pub Date September 8, 2023
Publication Date January 9, 2024
Published in Issue Year 2023 Volume: 6 Issue: 2

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APA ALTUNEL, M. C., YAŞAR ALTUNEL, A. G., & PALA, B. (2024). MOBİL REHBER UYGULAMALARI ÜZERİNE BİBLİYOMETRİK BİR ANALİZ. GSI Journals Serie C: Advancements in Information Sciences and Technologies, 6(2), 31-66.
AMA ALTUNEL MC, YAŞAR ALTUNEL AG, PALA B. MOBİL REHBER UYGULAMALARI ÜZERİNE BİBLİYOMETRİK BİR ANALİZ. AIST. January 2024;6(2):31-66.
Chicago ALTUNEL, Mustafa Cevdet, Ayşe Gözde YAŞAR ALTUNEL, and Berna PALA. “MOBİL REHBER UYGULAMALARI ÜZERİNE BİBLİYOMETRİK BİR ANALİZ”. GSI Journals Serie C: Advancements in Information Sciences and Technologies 6, no. 2 (January 2024): 31-66.
EndNote ALTUNEL MC, YAŞAR ALTUNEL AG, PALA B (January 1, 2024) MOBİL REHBER UYGULAMALARI ÜZERİNE BİBLİYOMETRİK BİR ANALİZ. GSI Journals Serie C: Advancements in Information Sciences and Technologies 6 2 31–66.
IEEE M. C. ALTUNEL, A. G. YAŞAR ALTUNEL, and B. PALA, “MOBİL REHBER UYGULAMALARI ÜZERİNE BİBLİYOMETRİK BİR ANALİZ”, AIST, vol. 6, no. 2, pp. 31–66, 2024.
ISNAD ALTUNEL, Mustafa Cevdet et al. “MOBİL REHBER UYGULAMALARI ÜZERİNE BİBLİYOMETRİK BİR ANALİZ”. GSI Journals Serie C: Advancements in Information Sciences and Technologies 6/2 (January 2024), 31-66.
JAMA ALTUNEL MC, YAŞAR ALTUNEL AG, PALA B. MOBİL REHBER UYGULAMALARI ÜZERİNE BİBLİYOMETRİK BİR ANALİZ. AIST. 2024;6:31–66.
MLA ALTUNEL, Mustafa Cevdet et al. “MOBİL REHBER UYGULAMALARI ÜZERİNE BİBLİYOMETRİK BİR ANALİZ”. GSI Journals Serie C: Advancements in Information Sciences and Technologies, vol. 6, no. 2, 2024, pp. 31-66.
Vancouver ALTUNEL MC, YAŞAR ALTUNEL AG, PALA B. MOBİL REHBER UYGULAMALARI ÜZERİNE BİBLİYOMETRİK BİR ANALİZ. AIST. 2024;6(2):31-66.