Scientometric analysis of global scientific literature on aging in place
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AbstractThe amount of literature reporting “aging-in-place” studies has increased sharply in recent decades. However, the studies have taken a global view of the range and scope of the research that has taken place. This study presents a bibliometric analysis of the current status of the aging in place research themes published as scientific articles between 1970 and 2021, using the Web of Science database. VOSviewer software was employed to map and visualize the 1331 items of bibliographic data retrieved. The findings reveal a continuous growing trend in the publication of aging in place research. Most productive institutions derive from the USA. The International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health is the most preferred Journal. The most popular research hotspots or areas include; older adults, aging, housing, dementia, long-term care, and technology, and their associations with the field of “aging in place” field were elucidated. This study offers several valuable insights to scholars, research institutions, and policymakers, enabling a better understanding of the developments in the aging in place research domain.
CitationOladinrin, O., Gomis, K., Jayantha, W.M., Obi, L. and Rana, M.Q. (2021) Scientometric Analysis of Global Scientific Literature on Aging in Place. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health. 2021; 18(23):12468. https://doi.org/10.3390/ijerph182312468
JournalInternational Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health
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