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2017 | 17 | 44 | 1035-1050
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Sustainable Development Issues in Scientific Publications

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Zagadnienia dotyczące rozwoju zrównoważonego w publikacjach naukowych
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Abstracts
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The objective of the article is to present the results of bibliometric analysis of the scientific studies concerning the issue of sustainable development (SD). The analysis allowed identifying the main territories in the context of the above issues. For the purposes of the analysis was used bibliometric examination of the data available in the Web of Science database, the investigation of trends, in terms of number of publications, the method of co-occurrence of words, cluster exploration and also mind mapping method. In the analysis was used software VOSviewer. The analysis lets us extending the area of research relating to the issue of sustainable development to the following four sub-areas: (1) education for sustainable development, (2) resource efficiency, (3) technological solutions geared towards sustainable development and (4) regional scale sustainable development.
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Celem artykułu jest przedstawienie wyników bibliometrycznej analizy badań naukowych dotyczących kwestii rozwoju zrównoważonego (ang. sustainable development - SD). Analiza pozwoliła zidentyfikować główne obszary badań w ramach powyższego zagadnienia. Do celów analizy wykorzystano analizę bibliometryczną danych dostępnych w bazie danych Web of Science, analizę trendów pod względem liczby publikacji, metodę współwystępowania słów, analizę klastrów, a także metodę mapowania myśli. W analizie wykorzystano oprogramowanie VOSviewer. Analiza pozwoliła wyodrębnić cztery podobszary badawcze w ramach badań związanych z rozwojem zrównoważonym, a były to następujące podobszary: (1) edukacja na rzecz rozwoju zrównoważonego, (2) efektywność wykorzystania zasobów, (3) rozwiązania technologiczne nastawione na rozwój zrównoważony i (4) ) rozwój zrównoważony w skali regionalnej.
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17
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44
Pages
1035-1050
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2017-12-31
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  • Wrocław University of Economics, Poland
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