Information Matrix for the Analysis of Journals

Versión 2023


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Found in
2 Citation databases.
Scopus, Social Sciences Citation Index
5 Multidisciplinary databases.
Academic Search Premier, Fuente Academica Plus, IBZ Online, DIALNET, DOAJ
12 Specialized databases.
Education Abstracts, Communication & Mass Media Index, Communication Abstracts, EBSCO Education Source, Educational research abstracts (ERA), ERIC (Education Resources Information Center), Linguistics & Language Behavior Abstracts, MLA - Modern Language Association Database, PAIS International, Psicodoc, Psycinfo, Sociological abstracts
7 Evaluation resources.
CARHUS Plus+ 2018, LATINDEX. Catálogo v2.0 (2018 - ), Sello de calidad FECYT, Directory of Open Access Journals, ERIHPlus, LATINDEX. Catálogo v1.0 (2002 - 2017), REDIB. Red Iberoamericana de Innovación y conocimiento científico
From 2022 onwards MIAR will not show the ICDS calculation. Instead we will only show the profile of the journals' presence in the sources analysed by MIAR: under the label 'Diffusion' the number of presences will be indicated according to the four categories of sources used. With this change, we want to focus on our core objective: to gather useful information for those who have to evaluate journals, but without being a source for ranking journals according to a single metric. ICDS values from previous years will be available in the archived versions of MIAR.
database found
Abstracts in Social Gerontology  Why?
Aerospace Database  Why?
AgeLine  Why?
Agricultural & Environmental Science Database  Why?
American Bibliography of Slavic & Eastern European Studies (ABSEES)  Why?
American History and Life  Why?
Analytical Abstracts  Why?
Animal Behavior Abstracts  Why?
Anthropological Literature  Why?
Applied Science & Technology Source  Why?
Aqualine  Why?
Aquatic Science & Fisheries Abstracts (ASFA)  Why?
Arab World Research Source  Why?
Aranzadi Instituciones  Why?
Art Abstracts  Why?
Art Index  Why?
Art Source  Why?
Artic & Antarctic Regions  Why?
ATLA Religion Database  Why?
Avery  Why?
Biotechnology Research Abstracts  Why?
Business Source Elite  Why?
Business Source Premier  Why?
CAB Abstracts  Why?
Central & Eastern European Academic Source (CEEAS)  Why?
Chemical Abstracts Core  Why?
Child Development & Adolescent Studies  Why?
Chimica  Why?
Civil Engineering Abstracts  Why?
ComAbstracts  Why?
Communication & Mass Media Index  Where?
Communication Abstracts  Where?
Compendex  Why?
Computer & Applied Sciences  Why?
Criminal Justice Abstracts  Why?
Design & Applied Arts Index  Why?
EBSCO Education Source  Where?
EBSCO Legal Collection  Why?
EBSCO Legal Source  Why?
EconLit  Why?
Education Abstracts  Where?
Educational research abstracts (ERA)  Where?
Environment Index  Why?
ERIC (Education Resources Information Center)  Where?
Film & Television Literature Index  Why?
Food Science & Technology Abstracts  Why?
Gender Studies Database  Why?
Geobase  Why?
Greenfile  Why?
HeinOnline-Law Journal Library  Why?
Historical Abstracts  Why?
Hospitality & Tourism Complete  Why?
Hospitality & Tourism Index  Why?
Humanities Abstracts  Why?
ICONDA Bibliographic  Why?
Index Islamicus  Why?
Index to Legal Periodicals  Why?
Index to legal periodicals & books  Why?
Information Science and Technology Abstracts  Why?
International Bibliography of Art  Why?
International Bibliography of Theatre & Dance (IBTD) with Full Text  Why?
International Index to Film Periodicals  Why?
International Pharmaceutical Abstracts  Why?
Jewish Studies Source  Why?
L'Année philologique  Why?
Library and Information Science Abstracts  Why?
Library Literature and Information Science  Why?
Library, Information Science & Technology Abstracts (LISTA)  Why?
Linguistic Bibliography  Why?
Linguistics & Language Behavior Abstracts  Where?
MathSciNet  Why?
Metadex  Why?
MLA - Modern Language Association Database  Where?
Music Index  Why?
Music Periodicals Database  Why?
Old Testament Abstracts Online  Why?
PAIS International  Where?
Performing Arts Periodicals Database  Why?
Philosopher's Index  Why?
Political Science Complete  Why?
Pollution Abstracts  Why?
Psicodoc  Where?
Psycinfo  Where?
Public Administration Abstracts  Why?
Public Affairs Index  Why?
Religion and Philosophy Collection  Why?
RILM Abstracts of Music Literature  Why?
Social services abstracts  Why?
Sociological abstracts  Where?
SportDiscus  Why?
Veterinary Science Database  Why?
Violence & Abuse Abstracts  Why?
vLex  Why?
Worldwide Political Science Abstracts  Why?
zbMATH  Why?
database found
Academic Search Premier  Where?
Fuente Academica Plus  Where?
IBZ Online  Where?
International Bibliography of Social Sciences  Why?
Periodicals Index Online  Why?
database found
Arts and Humanities Citation Index  Why?
Emerging Sources Citation Index  Why?
Science Citation Index Expanded  Why?
Scopus  Where?
Social Sciences Citation Index  Where?
database found
CARHUS Plus+ 2018  Where?
Directory of Open Access Journals  Where?
ERIHPlus  Where?
LATINDEX. Catálogo v1.0 (2002 - 2017)  Where?
LATINDEX. Catálogo v2.0 (2018 - )  Where?
REDIB. Red Iberoamericana de Innovación y conocimiento científico  Where?
Sello de calidad FECYT  Where?
Editor's coments:

«Comunicar» is a quarterly, bilingual Spanish-English research journal, with Chinese and Portuguese abstracts published by Grupo Comunicar Ediciones. It is specialized in media literacy, educommunication: communication and education, ICT, audiences, new languages…; there are special monographic editions on the most up-to-date topics. Articles, authors and topics have a decidedly international outlook. The journal is now in its 23rd year and has published 1661 research articles..

Professional management of manuscripts via the OJS platform from the Spanish Science and Technology Foundation, with ethical commitments published for the scientific community that ensure transparency and timeliness, antiplagiarism (CrossCheck), reviewing system…

«Comunicar» is an open access journal, a highly visible publication available through numerous search engines, dynamic pdfs, epub, DOIs, ORCID… with connections to Mendeley, RefWorks, EndNote, Zotero and scientific social networks like Academia.edu, Researchgate, among others.

«Comunicar» offers detailed information to its authors and contributors on the manuscript review process, and strictly sets the criteria, procedures, review plans and timetable: a) Preliminary phase for admission/dismissal of manuscripts (maximum 30 days); b) Manuscript evaluation phase, including their acceptance/rejection (maximum 150 days); c) Publishing of texts as a digital preprint in Spanish and English. The journal publishes the abstracts in Chinese, and Portuguese.

«Comunicar» accepts manuscripts in Spanish and in English, publishing the final, accepted versions as bilingual works. The articles published in this journal gather various contributions from experts and researchers from all around the world, rigorously working on avoiding editorial endogamy, especially from members of its organization, boards and councils.

  • Fonseca-Mora, M.C. & Aguaded, I. 2014. Scientific journals as platforms to publish research of excellence in education: strategies to attract researchers/Las revistas científicas como plataformas para publicar la investigación de excelencia en educación: estrategias para atracción de investigadores. RELIEVE, v. 20 (2), art. M3. DOI: 10.7203/relieve.20.2.4274
  • De Filippo, D. (2013). La producción científica española en Comunicación en WOS. Las revistas indexadas en SSCI (2007-12). Comunicar: Revista Científica de Comunicación y Educación, 21(41), 25-34.
  • Aguaded, J.I. & Fonseca-Mora, M.C. 2012. Editorial Process Quality and International Visibility as a process towards Excellence in the Journal Comunicar/Calidad del proceso editorial y visibilización internacional como proceso a la excelencia en la revista Comunicar En Fecyt.(eds) Good Practices in the edition of Scientific Publications //Manual de Buenas Prácticas en Edición de Revistas Científicas. Madrid: Fundación Española de Ciencia y Tecnología:
  • Coslado Bernabé , M.A. 2010. Análisis de la presencia de las revistas científicas españolas en el JCR de 2010. FECYT: Madrid
  • Papí-Gálvez, Natalia; López-Berna, Sonia y Quintas-Froufe, Natalia (2010): “Proyección internacional de la investigación española en comunicación (1970-2008)” en Sierra Sánchez, Javier y Cabezuelo Lorenzo, Francisco (coords.): Competencias y perfiles profesionales en los estudios de Ciencias de la Comunicación, Madrid: Fragua,
  • Castillo, A. y Carretón, M. (2010) Investigación en Comunicación. Estudio bibliométrico de las Revistas de Comunicación en España. Comunicación y Sociedad, vol. XXIII, n. 2, pp.289-327
MIAR recolecta datos para la identificación y análisis de revistas científicas. Si se introduce en la casilla de búsqueda cualquier ISSN el sistema localizará en qué bases de datos de las contempladas en la matriz está indizada la revista, esté recogida o no en MIAR.
Difusión desde 2022

2022: c2+m5+e12+x7
ICDS hasta 2021
ICDS 2021
ICDS 2020
ICDS 2019
ICDS 2018
ICDS 2017
ICDS 2016
ICDS 2015
ICDS 2014
ICDS 2013
ICDS 2012
ICDS 2011
ICDS 2010
ICDS 2009
ICDS 2008
ICDS 2007
Articles by year
2023: 20 docs.
2022: 40 docs.
2021: 40 docs.
2020: 40 docs.
2019: 40 docs.
2018: 40 docs.
2017: 40 docs.
2016: 40 docs.
2015: 40 docs.
2014: 44 docs.
2013: 44 docs.
2012: 44 docs.
2011: 44 docs.
2010: 46 docs.
2009: 50 docs.
2008: 129 docs.
2007: 47 docs.
2006: 61 docs.
2005: 246 docs.
2004: 50 docs.
2003: 51 docs.
2002: 56 docs.
2001: 46 docs.
2000: 51 docs.
1999: 33 docs.
1998: 88 docs.
1997: 45 docs.
1996: 49 docs.
1995: 44 docs.
1994: 38 docs.
1993: 14 docs.

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Articles by year
2023: 20 docs.
2022: 40 docs.
2021: 42 docs.
2020: 42 docs.
2019: 47 docs.
2018: 68 docs.
2017: 60 docs.
2016: 66 docs.
2015: 59 docs.
2014: 62 docs.
2013: 63 docs.
2012: 107 docs.

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Amb el suport del Grup de recerca consolidat “Cultura i Continguts Digitals” (2017_SGR422 / Generalitat de Catalunya), adscrit al Centre de Recerca en Informació Comunicació i Cultura (CRICC): https://fima.ub.edu/grups/cricc/productes