Bibliometrics: Sustainable Clean Water Development And Sanitation Indonesia

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Mochammad Iqbal Fadhlurrohman , Eko Priyo Purnomo *, Etika Khairina , Aqil Teguh Fathani , Lubna Salsabila , Deni Setiawan , Agus Priyanto


This research conducted a bibliometric analysis of the sustainability of clean water and sanitation, which is vital for creating a healthy life and fulfilling basic needs for humans. This bibliometric research focuses on seeing research activities worldwide and in Indonesia, using publication data from the Scopus database. The bibliometric analysis used a quantitative approach to analyzing results and provided a representative picture. It is recognized as a practical approach for assessing the output of publications, organization, authorship, and characteristics of research topics. Between 1988 and 2021, efforts to increase interest in clean water schemes have increased, but the number of attempts has not increased dramatically. Instead, studies conducted by academics are expanding.

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