• Abstract

    On November 22-23,2023, UNESCO will convene its 24th session of the General Assembly of States Parties in Paris. In light of this, to ensure the ongoing dynamism and adaptability of knowledge pursuits in the realm of world heritage, this paper conducts a quantitative analysis of world heritage documents within the Web of Science (WOS) database. Leveraging CiteSpace 6.1.R6 software, we visually examine 5,208 documents with the topic "World Heritage" retrieved from 1979 to 2023. The research outcomes reveal the following key insights:(1)The literature in the field of world heritage research demonstrates a steadily increasing trend, with notable explosive growth starting in 2009 and reaching its peak in 2019. (2) Examination of collaborations with prominent authors, affiliated institutions, and contributing countries highlights the absolute superiority of the United States and Australia in the world heritage domain, attributed to their rich heritage and robust academic systems. Despite China ranking second in document publications, there is a need for increased international collaboration. (3) The most influential keywords include "Community", "The Great Barrier Reef" and "Managing World Heritage". (4) Heritage tourism, encompassing satisfaction, motivation, loyalty, and place attachment, emerges as the largest keyword cluster in the field of world heritage. (5) Recent research trends and hotspots include "Risk", "Building", "Intention", "Support," and "Stone". The research results provide a more comprehensive and systematic overview perspective for the world heritage field, which fills the gap and promotes the knowledge pursuit in the world heritage field.

  • References

    1. Algeciras, J. A. R., Consuegra, L. G., & Matzarakis, A. (2016). Spatial-temporal study on the effects of urban street configurations on human thermal comfort in the world heritage city of Camagüey-Cuba. Building and Environment, 101, 85-101.
    2. Allan, J. R., Venter, O., Maxwell, S., Bertzky, B., Jones, K., Shi, Y., & Watson, J. E. (2017). Recent increases in human pressure and forest loss threaten many Natural World Heritage Sites. Biological Conservation, 206, 47-55.
    3. Allioui, H., & Mourdi, Y. (2023). Exploring the Full Potentials of IoT for Better Financial Growth and Stability: A Comprehensive Survey. Sensors, 23(19), 8015.
    4. Arena, D. A. (2008). Exceptional preservation of plants and invertebrates by phosphatization, Riversleigh, Australia [Article]. Palaios, 23(7-8), 495-502. https://doi.org/10.2110/palo.2006.p06-142r
    5. Birkle, C., Pendlebury, D. A., Schnell, J., & Adams, J. (2020). Web of Science as a data source for research on scientific and scholarly activity. Quantitative science studies, 1(1), 363-376.
    6. Bornmann, L., Leydesdorff, L., & Wang, J. (2014). How to improve the prediction based on citation impact percentiles for years shortly after the publication date? Journal of Informetrics, 8(1), 175-180.
    7. Briseghella, B., Colasanti, V., Fenu, L., Nuti, C., Spacone, E., & Varum, H. (2020). Seismic Analysis by Macroelements of Fujian Hakka Tulous, Chinese Circular Earth Constructions Listed in the UNESCO World Heritage List [Article]. International Journal of Architectural Heritage, 14(10), 1551-1566. https://doi.org/10.1080/15583058.2019.1618973
    8. Buckley, R. (2004). The effects of World Heritage listing on tourism to Australian national parks. Journal of Sustainable Tourism, 12(1), 70-84.
    9. Caust, J., & Vecco, M. (2017). Is UNESCO World Heritage recognition a blessing or burden? Evidence from developing Asian countries. Journal of Cultural Heritage, 27, 1-9.
    10. Chen, C. (2006). CiteSpace II: Detecting and visualizing emerging trends and transient patterns in scientific literature. Journal of the American Society for information Science and Technology, 57(3), 359-377.
    11. Chen, C. (2016). CiteSpace: a practical guide for mapping scientific literature. Nova Science Publishers Hauppauge, NY, USA.
    12. Chen, C., & Chen, C. (2003). Mapping scientific frontiers. Springer.
    13. Chen, C., Dubin, R., & Kim, M. C. (2014). Emerging trends and new developments in regenerative medicine: a scientometric update (2000–2014). Expert opinion on biological therapy, 14(9), 1295-1317.
    14. Chen, C., & Song, M. (2019). Visualizing a field of research: A methodology of systematic scientometric reviews. PloS one, 14(10), e0223994.
    15. Chen, G., Yang, R., Zhao, X., Li, L., Luo, L., & Liu, H. (2023). Bibliometric Analysis of Spatial Technology for World Heritage: Application, Trend and Potential Paths. Remote Sensing, 15(19), 4695.
    16. Cheng, F.-F., Huang, Y.-W., Yu, H.-C., & Wu, C.-S. (2018). Mapping knowledge structure by keyword co-occurrence and social network analysis: Evidence from Library Hi Tech between 2006 and 2017. Library Hi Tech, 36(4), 636-650.
    17. Compton, T. J., Holthuijsen, S., Koolhaas, A., Dekinga, A., ten Horn, J., Smith, J., Galama, Y., Brugge, M., van der Wal, D., & van der Meer, J. (2013). Distinctly variable mudscapes: distribution gradients of intertidal macrofauna across the Dutch Wadden Sea. Journal of Sea Research, 82, 103-116.
    18. Dai, T., Li, J., Aktürk, G., & Jiao, J. (2022). The Overlooked Contribution of National Heritage Designation in City Branding and Tourism Management. Sustainability, 14(14), 8322.
    19. Dang, Q., Luo, Z., Ouyang, C., Wang, L., & Xie, M. (2021). Intangible cultural heritage in China: A visual analysis of research hotspots, frontiers, and trends using CiteSpace. Sustainability, 13(17), 9865.
    20. Darvishmotevali, M., Rasoolimanesh, S. M., & Dorbeiki, M. (2023). Community-based model of tourism development in a biosphere reserve context. Tourism Review.
    21. Dastgerdi, A. S., Sargolini, M., Allred, S. B., Chatrchyan, A. M., Drescher, M., & DeGeer, C. (2022). Climate change risk reduction in cultural landscapes: Insights from Cinque Terre and Waterloo. Land use policy, 123, 106359.
    22. Devlin, M., & Brodie, J. (2005). Terrestrial discharge into the Great Barrier Reef Lagoon: nutrient behavior in coastal waters. Marine Pollution Bulletin, 51(1-4), 9-22.
    23. Dragouni, M., & Fouseki, K. (2018). Drivers of community participation in heritage tourism planning: an empirical investigation [Article]. Journal of Heritage Tourism, 13(3), 237-256. https://doi.org/10.1080/1743873x.2017.1310214
    24. Drost, A. (1996). Developing sustainable tourism for world heritage sites. Annals of Tourism Research, 23(2), 479-484.
    25. Elassal, I. M. I., Hernandez-Rojas, R. D., & Moreno Quispe, L. A. (2023). Loyalty to World Heritage Cities: A Case Study of the Historic Ibn Ṭūlūn Mosque in Cairo (Egypt). Sustainability, 15(17), 13154.
    26. Er, Y. (2023). A Commons beyond the Human. Environmental Humanities, 15(2), 162-180.
    27. Eslami, S., Khalifah, Z., Mardani, A., Streimikiene, D., & Han, H. (2019). Community attachment, tourism impacts, quality of life and residents' support for sustainable tourism development [Article]. Journal of Travel & Tourism Marketing, 36(9), 1061-1079. https://doi.org/10.1080/10548408.2019.1689224
    28. Fang, Y., Yin, J., & Wu, B. (2018). Climate change and tourism: A scientometric analysis using CiteSpace. Journal of Sustainable Tourism, 26(1), 108-126.
    29. First Twelve Sites Selected for World Heritage List. (1979). Environmental Conservation, 6(1), 44-44. https://doi.org/10.1017/S0376892900002198
    30. Freeman, L. C. (2002). Centrality in social networks: Conceptual clarification. Social network: critical concepts in sociology. Londres: Routledge, 1, 238-263.
    31. Fu, Y., Zhao, J., Zhang, W., Du, H., Cao, Z., & Chen, X. (2023). Global research trends in sexual health care: A bibliometric and visualized study. Journal of Clinical Nursing.
    32. Gao, Y., & Su, W. (2019). Is the World Heritage just a title for tourism? Annals of Tourism Research, 78, 102748.
    33. Ghimire, D. K., Gautam, P., Karki, S. K., Ghimire, J., & Takagi, I. (2022). Small business and livelihood: A study of Pashupatinath UNESCO heritage site of Nepal. Sustainability, 15(1), 612.
    34. Giroux, H. (2020). Critical pedagogy. Springer.
    35. Gravagnuolo, A., Micheletti, S., & Bosone, M. (2021). A Participatory Approach for "Circular" Adaptive Reuse of Cultural Heritage. Building a Heritage Community in Salerno, Italy [Article]. Sustainability, 13(9), 33, Article 4812. https://doi.org/10.3390/su13094812
    36. Groom, C. R., & Allen, F. H. (2014). The Cambridge Structural Database in retrospect and prospect. Angewandte Chemie International Edition, 53(3), 662-671.
    37. Guo, Y., Xu, Z.-Y.-R., Cai, M.-T., Gong, W.-X., & Shen, C.-H. (2022). Epilepsy with suicide: a bibliometrics study and visualization analysis via CiteSpace. Frontiers in neurology, 12, 823474.
    38. Gupta, M. (2021). Databases and Research Metrics. Academic Integrity and Research Quality, 104.
    39. Hall, C. M. (2011). Publish and perish? Bibliometric analysis, journal ranking and the assessment of research quality in tourism. Tourism Management, 32(1), 16-27.
    40. Han, L., Shan, Z., Lei, M., & Long, S. C. (2024). A comparative study of international and Chinese digitization from the perspective of mapping knowledge domains. International Review of Economics & Finance, 89, 93-113.
    41. Hand, S. J., Archer, M., Gillespie, A., & Myers, T. (2023). Xenorhinos bhatnagari sp. nov., a new, nasal-emitting trident bat (Rhinonycteridae, Rhinolophoidea) from early Miocene forests in northern Australia. Anatomical Record-Advances in Integrative Anatomy and Evolutionary Biology, 306(11), 2693-2715. https://doi.org/10.1002/ar.25210
    42. Haynes, D., Müller, J., & Carter, S. (2000). Pesticide and herbicide residues in sediments and seagrasses from the Great Barrier Reef World Heritage Area and Queensland coast. Marine Pollution Bulletin, 41(7-12), 279-287.
    43. Ilinca, V., Milu, V., Peligrad, S., & Gheuca, I. (2023). The Albeşti Limestone: a geoheritage and cultural heritage in Romania. Journal of Maps, 19(1), 2135465.
    44. Jiang, H. P., Wu, W. Z., Ye, L., & Ding, Q. J. (2023). The Conflict and Coordination Mechanism of Interpersonal Relationship between New and Old Residents in Community Reorganization at Heritage Sites: A Model Based on Tangkou in Huangshan [Article]. Sustainability, 15(14), 17, Article 10989. https://doi.org/10.3390/su151410989
    45. Jimura, T. (2011). The impact of world heritage site designation on local communities–A case study of Ogimachi, Shirakawa-mura, Japan. Tourism Management, 32(2), 288-296.
    46. Kaufman, L., & Rousseeuw, P. J. (2009). Finding groups in data: an introduction to cluster analysis. John Wiley & Sons.
    47. Kear, B. P. (2003). Macropodoid endocranial casts from the early Miocene of Riversleigh, northwestern Queensland [Article]. Alcheringa, 27(3-4), 295-302. https://doi.org/10.1080/03115510308619109
    48. Khan, A., Bibi, S., Lorenzo, A., Lyu, J., & Babar, Z. U. (2020). Tourism and development in developing economies: A policy implication perspective. Sustainability, 12(4), 1618.
    49. Koch, E., & Gillespie, J. (2022). Separating natural and cultural heritage: an outdated approach? Australian Geographer, 53(2), 167-181.
    50. Kroon, F. J., Thorburn, P., Schaffelke, B., & Whitten, S. (2016). Towards protecting the Great Barrier Reef from land‐based pollution. Global change biology, 22(6), 1985-2002.
    51. Labadi, S. (2007). Representations of the nation and cultural diversity in discourses on World Heritage. Journal of social archaeology, 7(2), 147-170.
    52. Labadi, S., Giliberto, F., Rosetti, I., Shetabi, L., & Yildirim, E. (2021). Heritage and the sustainable development goals: Policy guidance for heritage and development actors. International Journal of Heritage Studies.
    53. Li, J., & Chen, C. (2016). CiteSpace: Text mining and visualization in scientific literature. Capital University of Economics and Business Press: Beijing, China, 149-152.
    54. Li, J., Stoffelen, A., Meijles, E., & Vanclay, F. (2023). Local people’s sense of place in heavily touristified protected areas: Contested place meanings around the Wulingyuan World Heritage Site, China. Landscape and Urban Planning, 237, 104792.
    55. Li, K., Rollins, J., & Yan, E. (2018). Web of Science use in published research and review papers 1997–2017: A selective, dynamic, cross-domain, content-based analysis. Scientometrics, 115(1), 1-20.
    56. Li, M., Wu, B., & Cai, L. (2008). Tourism development of World Heritage Sites in China: A geographic perspective. Tourism Management, 29(2), 308-319.
    57. Li, X., & Li, H. (2018). A visual analysis of research on information security risk by using CiteSpace. Ieee Access, 6, 63243-63257.
    58. Liu, H., Liu, Y., Wang, Y., & Pan, C. (2019). Hot topics and emerging trends in tourism forecasting research: A scientometric review. Tourism Economics, 25(3), 448-468.
    59. Liu, P., Wang, F., Xu, W., Li, Y., & Li, B. (2023). Trends and frontiers of research on telemedicine from 1971 to 2022: A scientometric and visualisation analysis. Journal of Telemedicine and Telecare, 29(9), 731-746.
    60. Losciale, R., Hay, R., Rasheed, M., & Heron, S. (2022). The public perception of the role, importance, and vulnerability of seagrass. A case study from the Great Barrier Reef. Environmental Development, 44, 100757.
    61. Lu, W., Huang, S., Yang, J., Bu, Y., Cheng, Q., & Huang, Y. (2021). Detecting research topic trends by author-defined keyword frequency. Information Processing & Management, 58(4), 102594.
    62. Lubicz-Zaorski, C., Newlands, M., & Petray, T. (2023). Fuelling the climate and science 'denial machine' on social media: A case study of the Great Barrier Reef's 2021 'in danger' recommendation on Twitter, YouTube and Facebook [Article; Early Access]. Public Understanding of Science, 20. https://doi.org/10.1177/09636625231202117
    63. Mangeli, M., Aram, F., Balderlu, S. A., Babayi, S., & Mosavi, A. (2023). Assessing indoor thermal comfort of rock-cut architecture in Meymand world heritage site during winter and summer. Energy Reports, 10, 439-450.
    64. Mapstone, B. D., Little, L. R., Punt, A. E., Davies, C. R., Smith, A. D. M., Pantus, F., McDonald, A. D., Williams, A. J., & Jones, A. (2008). Management strategy evaluation for line fishing in the Great Barrier Reef: Balancing conservation and multi-sector fishery objectives [Article]. Fisheries Research, 94(3), 315-329. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.fishres.2008.07.013
    65. McKergow, L. A., Prosser, I. P., Hughes, A. O., & Brodie, J. (2005). Sources of sediment to the Great Barrier Reef World Heritage Area [Article; Proceedings Paper]. Marine Pollution Bulletin, 51(1-4), 200-211. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.marpolbul.2004.11.029
    66. Pan, Y., & Zhang, L. (2022). Modeling and analyzing dynamic social networks for behavioral pattern discovery in collaborative design. Advanced Engineering Informatics, 54, 101758.
    67. Peleggi, M. (1996). National heritage and global tourism in Thailand [Article]. Annals of Tourism Research, 23(2), 432-448. https://doi.org/10.1016/0160-7383(95)00071-2
    68. Petr, M., Engels, T. C., Kulczycki, E., Dušková, M., Guns, R., Sieberová, M., & Sivertsen, G. (2021). Journal article publishing in the social sciences and humanities: A comparison of Web of Science coverage for five European countries. PloS one, 16(4), e0249879.
    69. Pinto, M. R., Fabbricatti, K., & Bosone, M. (2019, Jun 06-08). Heritage Community Resilience for sustainable and resilient human settlements.Architecture Heritage and Design [World heritage and legacy: Culture, creativity, contamination]. 17th International Forum on World Heritage and Legacy: Culture, Creativity, Contamination, Italy.
    70. Prabowo, B. N., Temeljotov Salaj, A., & Lohne, J. (2023). Identifying Urban Heritage Facility Management Support Services Considering World Heritage Sites. Urban Science, 7(2), 52.
    71. Prayag, G., Hosany, S., & Odeh, K. (2013). The role of tourists' emotional experiences and satisfaction in understanding behavioral intentions [Article]. Journal of Destination Marketing & Management, 2(2), 118-127. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jdmm.2013.05.001
    72. Rasoolimanesh, S. M., Ringle, C. M., Jaafar, M., & Ramayah, T. (2017). Urban vs. rural destinations: Residents’ perceptions, community participation and support for tourism development. Tourism Management, 60, 147-158.
    73. Rupakheti, D., Adhikary, B., Praveen, P. S., Rupakheti, M., Kang, S. C., Mahata, K. S., Naja, M., Zhang, Q. G., Panday, A. K., & Lawrence, M. G. (2017). Pre-monsoon air quality over Lumbini, a world heritage site along the Himalayan foothills [Article]. Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics, 17(18), 11041-11063. https://doi.org/10.5194/acp-17-11041-2017
    74. Salloum, S., Gaber, T., Vadera, S., & Shaalan, K. (2022). A systematic literature review on phishing email detection using natural language processing techniques. Ieee Access, 10, 65703-65727.
    75. Serenko, A. (2021). A structured literature review of scientometric research of the knowledge management discipline: a 2021 update. Journal of knowledge management, 25(8), 1889-1925.
    76. Shekofteh, A., Molina, E., Arizzi, A., Cultrone, G., Ahmadi, H., & Yazdi, M. (2019). Characterization and damage assessment of stones used in the Pasargadae World Heritage Site, Achaemenian period [Article]. International Journal of Architectural Heritage, 13(4), 521-536. https://doi.org/10.1080/15583058.2018.1436728
    77. Shi, S., & Yin, J. (2023). Trends in the evolution of sustainable development research in China: a scientometric review. Environmental Science and Pollution Research, 30(20), 57898-57914.
    78. Smith, R., Middlebrook, R., Turner, R., Huggins, R., Vardy, S., & Warne, M. (2012). Large-scale pesticide monitoring across Great Barrier Reef catchments–paddock to reef integrated monitoring, modelling and reporting program. Marine Pollution Bulletin, 65(4-9), 117-127.
    79. Somuncu, M., & Yiğit, T. (2005). World heritage sites in Turkey: Current status and problems of conservation and management. World, 2006(17).
    80. Song, H., Chen, P., Zhang, Y., & Chen, Y. (2021). Study progress of important agricultural heritage systems (IAHS): a literature analysis. Sustainability, 13(19), 10859.
    81. Stenseke, M. (2009). Local participation in cultural landscape maintenance: Lessons from Sweden. Land use policy, 26(2), 214-223.
    82. Su, M. M., Wang, M. H., Yu, J. J., Wall, G., & Jin, M. (2023). Measuring Tourism Impacts on Community Well-being at the Hani Rice Terraces GIAHS Site, Yunnan Province of China. Society & Natural Resources, 36(7), 796-820. https://doi.org/10.1080/08941920.2023.2185844
    83. Su, X., Li, X., & Kang, Y. (2019). A bibliometric analysis of research on intangible cultural heritage using CiteSpace. Sage Open, 9(2), 2158244019840119.
    84. Su, Y.-W., & Lin, H.-L. (2014). Analysis of international tourist arrivals worldwide: The role of world heritage sites. Tourism Management, 40, 46-58.
    85. Switzer, A. D., Christensen, J., Aldridge, J., Taylor, D., Churchill, J., Watson, H., Fraser, M. W., & Shaw, J. (2023). The utility of historical records for hazard analysis in an area of marginal cyclone influence. Communications Earth & Environment, 4(1), 193.
    86. Turton, S. M. (2005). Managing environmental impacts of recreation and tourism in rainforests of the wet tropics of Queensland World Heritage Area. Geographical research, 43(2), 140-151.
    87. UNESCO. (1972). Recommendation concerning the Protection at National Level, of the Cultural and Natural Heritage. https://www.unesco.org/en/legal-affairs/recommendation-concerning-protection-national-level-cultural-and-natural-heritage
    88. UNESCO. (1981). World heritage list - Great Barrier Reef. https://whc.unesco.org/zh/list/154#top
    89. UNESCO. (1992-2023). UNESCO World Heritage Centre. . https://whc.unesco.org/en/about/
    90. UNESCO. (2007). The World Heritage Committee adds a fifth 'C' - Community -to its Strategic Objectives, highlighting the important roleof local communities in preserving World Heritage. https://whc.unesco.org/en/convention/
    91. UNESCO. (2023a). Decision 45 COM 8B.9, Cultural Landscape of Old Tea Forests of the Jingmai Mountain in Pu’er (China). https://whc.unesco.org/en/decisions/8390
    92. UNESCO. (2023b, 22-23 November 2023). Revisions to the Rules of Procedure of the General Assembly of the States Parties to the Convention 24th session of the General Assembly of States Parties, Paris.
    93. van Knippenberg, K., Boonstra, B., & Boelens, L. (2022). Communities, Heritage and Planning: Towards a Co-Evolutionary Heritage Approach [Article]. Planning Theory & Practice, 23(1), 26-42. https://doi.org/10.1080/14649357.2021.1998584
    94. Visser, M., Van Eck, N. J., & Waltman, L. (2021). Large-scale comparison of bibliographic data sources: Scopus, Web of Science, Dimensions, Crossref, and Microsoft Academic. Quantitative science studies, 2(1), 20-41.
    95. Vlase, I., & Lähdesmäki, T. (2023). A bibliometric analysis of cultural heritage research in the humanities: The Web of Science as a tool of knowledge management. Humanities and Social Sciences Communications, 10(1), 1-14.
    96. Wahid, N., Warraich, N. F., & Tahira, M. (2022). Factors influencing scholarly publication productivity: a systematic review. Information Discovery and Delivery, 50(1), 22-33.
    97. Wang, D., Huangfu, Y., Dong, Z., & Dong, Y. (2022). Research hotspots and evolution trends of carbon neutrality—visual analysis of bibliometrics based on CiteSpace. Sustainability, 14(3), 1078.
    98. Wang, G., Li, S., Zhang, Z., Hou, Y., & Shin, C. (2023). A Visual Knowledge Map Analysis of Cross-Border Agri-Food Supply Chain Research Based on CiteSpace. Sustainability, 15(14), 10763.
    99. Wang, L., & Yotsumoto, Y. (2019). Conflict in tourism development in rural China. Tourism Management, 70, 188-200.
    100. Wang, W., & Lu, C. (2020). Visualization analysis of big data research based on Citespace. Soft Computing, 24, 8173-8186.
    101. Wang, X., Xiong, K., Zhang, M., & Zhao, X. (2022). The Aesthetic Value of World Heritage Karst: A Literature Review and Implication for Huangguoshu Scenic Area Outstanding Universal Value. Sustainability, 14(23), 15961.
    102. Wang, Z. S., Liu, W., Sun, Z., & Zhao, H. (2023). Understanding the world heritage sites' brand diffusion and formation via social media: a mixed-method study [Article; Early Access]. International Journal of Contemporary Hospitality Management, 30. https://doi.org/10.1108/ijchm-02-2023-0190
    103. Waterloo, H. r. c. f. e. s. U. o. (1992). Canadian Seminar on the World Heritage Convention - Toward Greater Understanding and Use of, UNIV WATERLOO, HERITAGE RESOURCES CTR, WATERLOO, CANADA.
    104. Wierzchoń, S. T., & Kłopotek, M. A. (2018). Modern algorithms of cluster analysis (Vol. 34). Springer.
    105. Wolfe, K., & Byrne, M. (2022). Overview of the Great Barrier Reef sea cucumber fishery with focus on vulnerable and endangered species [Review]. Biological Conservation, 266, 15, Article 109451. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.biocon.2022.109451
    106. Woodhead, J., Hand, S. J., Archer, M., Graham, I., Sniderman, K., Arena, D. A., Black, K. H., Godthelp, H., Creaser, P., & Price, E. (2016). Developing a radiometrically-dated chronologic sequence for Neogene biotic change in Australia, from the Riversleigh World Heritage Area of Queensland. Gondwana Research, 29(1), 153-167.
    107. Wu, Y., Wang, H., Wang, Z., Zhang, B., & Meyer, B. (2019). Knowledge Mapping Analysis of Rural Landscape Using CiteSpace. Sustainability, 12 (1), 66. In.
    108. Xiong, K. N., Zhang, S. R., Fei, G. Y., Jin, A., & Zhang, H. P. (2023). Conservation and Sustainable Tourism Development of the Natural World Heritage Site Based on Aesthetic Value Identification: A Case Study of the Libo Karst [Article]. Forests, 14(4), 25, Article 755. https://doi.org/10.3390/f14040755
    109. Yang, C., & Liu, T. (2022). Social media data in urban design and landscape research: A Comprehensive literature review. Land, 11(10), 1796.
    110. Yang, C. H., Lin, H. L., & Han, C. C. (2010). Analysis of international tourist arrivals in China: The role of World Heritage Sites [Article]. Tourism Management, 31(6), 827-837. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.tourman.2009.08.008
    111. Yu, K., Lu, J., Bu, F., Liu, Z., Wang, L., Jian, T., Chen, S., & Liang, X. (2023). Knowledge structure and emerging trends of AR variants in prostate cancer: a bibliometric analysis based on CiteSpace and VOSviewer. Journal of Men's Health, 19(7), 57-70.
    112. Zhang, D., Xu, J., Zhang, Y., Wang, J., He, S., & Zhou, X. (2020). Study on sustainable urbanization literature based on Web of Science, scopus, and China national knowledge infrastructure: A scientometric analysis in CiteSpace. Journal of cleaner production, 264, 121537.
    113. Zhang, J., Xiong, K. N., Liu, Z. J., He, L. X., Zhang, N., Gu, X. Y., & Chen, D. (2023). Exploring the synergy between Karst World Heritage site's OUV conservation and buffer zone's tourism industry development: a case study of the Libo-Huanjiang Karst [Article]. Heritage Science, 11(1), 19, Article 202. https://doi.org/10.1186/s40494-023-01036-w
    114. Zhang, R., & Smith, L. (2019). Bonding and dissonance: Rethinking the interrelations among stakeholders in heritage tourism. Tourism Management, 74, 212-223.
    115. Zhang, S., Liang, J., Su, X., Chen, Y., & Wei, Q. (2023). Research on global cultural heritage tourism based on bibliometric analysis. Heritage Science, 11(1), 139.
    116. Zhang, X., Xie, Q., Song, C., & Song, M. (2022). Mining the evolutionary process of knowledge through multiple relationships between keywords. Scientometrics, 127(4), 2023-2053.
    117. Zheng, J., Hou, M., Liu, L., & Wang, X. (2022). Knowledge structure and emerging trends of telerehabilitation in recent 20 years: a bibliometric analysis via CiteSpace. Frontiers in public health, 10, 904855.
    118. Zhuang, Q., Hussein, M., Ariffin, N., & Yunos, M. (2022). Landscape character: a knowledge mapping analysis using CiteSpace. International Journal of Environmental Science and Technology, 19(10), 10477-10492.
    119. Zwegers, B. (2022). Cultural heritage in transition. Springer.

Creative Commons License

This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivatives 4.0 International License.

Copyright (c) 2024 Multidisciplinary Reviews

How to cite

Wang, S. H., Mohd Isa, N., Li, L. T., & Shi, K. Y. (2024). Bibliometric visualization analysis of ’World Heritage’ topic in Web of science database using Citespace. Multidisciplinary Reviews, (| Accepted Articles). Retrieved from https://malque.pub/ojs/index.php/mr/article/view/3485
  • Article viewed - 22