Revistas latino-americanas e línguas hegemônicas para publicação acadêmica no SCOPUS e Web of Science

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Mercado linguístico, Campo científico latino-americano, Inglês como língua franca

Resumo

Este artigo apresenta uma análise descritiva das listas de revistas do SCOPUS e do Web of Science (WoS), a fim de ilustrar e avaliar criticamente a presença atual de revistas latino-americanas incluídas nesses bancos de dados e seus idiomas de trabalho para publicação. As últimas listas de revistas divulgadas pelos dois bancos de dados em março de 2020 foram analisadas em termos de idioma e país de publicação. Os resultados mostram que o Brasil emerge claramente como líder regional, especialmente no Science Citation Index Expanded e em Emerging Sources Citation Index do WoS. No entanto, esse predomínio de revistas brasileiras não implica uma relevância correspondente da língua portuguesa. O espanhol é o idioma predominante nas principais revistas latino-americanas, especialmente nas ciências sociais e humanas, enquanto as revistas identificadas como multilíngues tendem a associar espanhol ou português ao inglês. A combinação de espanhol e português é significativamente menor. Isso exige uma revisão crítica do estado do campo científico-editorial latino-americano como um mercado linguístico, além de questionar ainda mais o papel do inglês como língua franca da academia.

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Biografia do Autor

Lucía Céspedes, Universidad Nacional de Córdoba

Bolsista de Doutorado em Estudos Sociais da América Latina.

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CÉSPEDES, L. Revistas latino-americanas e línguas hegemônicas para publicação acadêmica no SCOPUS e Web of Science. Trabalhos em Linguística Aplicada, Campinas, SP, v. 60, n. 1, p. 141–154, 2021. Disponível em: https://periodicos.sbu.unicamp.br/ojs/index.php/tla/article/view/8660022. Acesso em: 18 set. 2021.