Anthropologist Journal Impact Factor & Information

Publisher: Kamla-Raj Enterprises

Journal description

Current impact factor: 0.22

Impact Factor Rankings

2015 Impact Factor Available summer 2016
2014 Impact Factor 0.222
2013 Impact Factor 0.051
2012 Impact Factor 0.112
2011 Impact Factor 0.184

Impact factor over time

Impact factor

Additional details

5-year impact 0.22
Cited half-life 3.50
Immediacy index 0.10
Eigenfactor 0.00
Article influence 0.03
ISSN 0972-0073

Publisher details

Kamla-Raj Enterprises

  • Pre-print
    • Archiving status unclear
  • Post-print
    • Archiving status unclear
  • Conditions
    • Publisher's version/PDF cannot be used
    • Publisher last contacted on 04/02/2010
  • Classification
    ​ white

Publications in this journal

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    ABSTRACT: This research aims to investigate the opinions of classroom teachers on the significance level of values in Life Sciences Course Curriculum (LSCC) and the effect level of LSSC in acquisition of these values. Survey model was used with 305 classroom teachers who work in Bingol province, Turkey. To collect data, an instrument consisting of two chapters, which was developed by the researcher, was used. The first chapter includes personal information about participants and the second one includes items towards determining the significance of values and the efficiency of LSSC in values education. Descriptive statistics were used for data analysis. It was found that teachers believe that values are “extremely significant” and the “love” is the most significant value; LSSC is “very effective” in the acquisition of values. It is hoped that this paper will be useful for teachers, curriculum development specialists and decision makers in education system.
    Anthropologist 06/2015; 20(3):510-514.
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    ABSTRACT: The aim of this study was to examine the relationship between attitudes towards problem based learning (PBL) and motivated strategies for learning of students studying in school of physical education and sport. 333 of students in school of physical education and sport participated in this study. Turkish form of motivated strategies for learning questionnaire and the attitude scale towards Problem-based learning was used to collect data. Collected data was analyzed in SPSS 22.0. Two different models were hypothesized and models’ fit indices were analyzed in AMOS. Two models were hypothesized in this study and both models were accepted. Consequently, these two examined factor can be effective in teaching and learning.
    Anthropologist 06/2015; 20(3):446 - 456.
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    ABSTRACT: The aim of this study is to reveal the current status of women using microcredit, their level of awareness about it, the information needs regarding microcredit and to determine the factors affecting the use of microcredit by women in the Samsun province of Turkey. In the study, the women were selected using simple random sampling on the basis of their loan amount and a survey was conducted with 132 women. The researchers attempted to explain causal relationships between variables using a structural equation model. The model was statistically significant from calculations of multiple adaptation measures. According to the results, the women’s positive thoughts about using microcredit had no impact, but the flexibility in the use of microcredit and the friendliness of the employees of microcredit firms had a significant impact. According to these results, microcredit employees should provide more information than they currently do and pay more attention to women customers.
    Anthropologist 06/2015; 20(3):397-406.
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    ABSTRACT: This research investigated the degree to which basic needs, determined within the framework of choice theory, predict cyberbullying behavior. For this purpose, in the second semester of the 2012-2013 academic year, 685 students were recruited from four public high schools in Istanbul, of whom 341 students were women (50.2%); 344 were men (49.8) . Their average age was between 15 and 19. In the study, basic needs were discussed in the dimensions of being free, belonging, power and enjoyment. Progressive regression analysis was conducted in order to explore cyberbullying prediction level of basic needs. For the regression analysis, first, the suitability of data was examined and it revealed that cyberbullying behaviors were understood to be predicted by the needs of belonging and power. Given that these two variables together explained 12.8 percent of cyberbullying, it could be argued that there is a negative relationship between them: when the level of belonging needs and power decrease, tendency to cyberbullying behaviors increases.
    Anthropologist 01/2015; 20(3):573-583.