Recommendations on the use of Scopus for the study of Information Sciences in Latin America

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Ricardo Arencibia-Jorge
María Josefa Peralta-González

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Arencibia-Jorge, R., & Peralta-González, M. J. (2020). Recommendations on the use of Scopus for the study of Information Sciences in Latin America. Iberoamerican Journal of Science Measurement and Communication, 1(1). Retrieved from https://pub.colnes.org/index.php/ijsmc/article/view/7
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