Le réseau social de la communauté francophone des chercheurs en Systèmes d'Information

Claudio Vitari, Jean-Charles Pillet

Abstract


À mesure que la communauté de recherche française en systèmes d’information s’agrandit, le besoin d’en comprendre les spécificités se fait de plus en plus pressant. Cet article s’attache à mettre en évidence la structure du réseau social qui sous-tend la communauté française de recherche en système d’information. Elle s’appuie sur l’analyse des réseaux de co-écritures dans la revue Systèmes d'Information et Management (SIM) et les communications au colloque de l'Association Information et Management (AIM). Cette étude du réseau social, qui manquait à la compréhension des particularismes de la communauté francophone, répond à trois questions : quelle est la structure du réseau social des co-écritures ? Qui sont les acteurs centraux ? Comment le parcours professionnel des chercheurs impacte-t-il leur niveau de centralité ? L’objet de cette étude est de contribuer à la discussion sur les spécificités de la communauté française des SI en vue de renforcer son identité collective. Elle est aussi un moyen pour chacun de ses acteurs de s’interroger sur ses pratiques de co-écritures et sur son rôle dans le réseau social de recherche.


Keywords


Communauté SI ; Analyse de réseau social ; Centralité ; Scientométrie ; Bibliométrie.

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.9876/sim.v24i1.951

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