Indexing and Metrics

Impact Metrics

The following citation metrics are produced by abstracting and indexing databases using their respective datasets. These metrics represent a variety of methods for measuring the citation impact of published research on a journal level.


MIAR Annual Secondary Composite Index Broadcasting (ICDS)

2020: 9.4 (http://miar.ub.edu/issn/2147-2858)


Google Scholar (31.01.2021)

Total Publications: 140

h5-index: 23 (Google’s h5-index is calculated by finding the h-index for articles in a publication over the last five complete calendar years, where h is equal to the number of articles over a five year period that have at least h citations each)

h5-median: 36 (The h5-median is calculated by finding the median number of citations for the articles that comprise a publication’s h5-index.) Source: Google Scholar


Web of Science (01.03.2021)
Total Publications: 90, Average Citations per Year 10.86
h-index: 3, Average Citations Per Item 0.84
Sum of Times Cited:
76, Without self-citations 66
Citing articles: 74, Without self-citations: 66


Abstracting and Indexing (This journal is included in the following abstracting and indexing databases.)

Clarivate Analytics: Emerging Sources Citation Index (ESCI) (since January,2015)

ERIC: Education Resources Information Center (since January 2018) (Will be available in eric.ed.gov after April 2021)

EBSCO Education Source (since January, 2013)

TRDizin (since January, 2019)

European Reference Index for the Humanities (ERIH PLUS) (since January, 2017)

Directory of Open Access Journals (DOAJ)