Usando um enfoque bibliométrico para examinar o conceito de turismo macabro

Mert Ogretmenoglu, Bartola Mavric, Fusun Istanbullu Dincer

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Objetivo: Este artigo tenta apresentar uma revisão do conceito de turismo negro por meio de uma abordagem bibliométrica. Para tanto, 155 artigos publicados sobre turismo negro de 1990 a 2020 foram obtidos na base de dados Web of Science (WoS).
Método: O software VosViewer foi utilizado para analisar os dados obtidos. Um total de 10 parâmetros, como os autores mais contribuintes, países, organizações, os artigos mais citados, o número anual de publicações, a co-ocorrência de palavras-chave de autores de artigos, a análise de co-citação de autores e periódicos, o acoplamento bibliográfico de países e autores foram escolhidos para serem analisados.
Originalidade/Relevância: Embora existam alguns estudos para revisar o conceito de turismo negro, ao contrário de outros estudos, neste artigo, mapas bibliométricos de turismo negro foram criados usando o software Vosviewer.
Resultados principais: Como resultado da análise, foi determinado que a literatura do turismo negro está crescendo dia a dia de acordo com os parâmetros acima.
Contribuições teóricas/metodológicas: Este artigo identificou os principais temas do turismo negro e estudos proeminentes relacionados ao turismo negro.

 


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Análise bibliométrica; Turismo macabro; Teia da ciência; VosViewer; Review.

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