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DOI:http://dx.doi.org/10.26855/jhass.2022.09.011

A CiteSpace-based Analysis of Research Hotspots on Visually Impaired Community

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Yanqiong Zhang, Yi Zhou, Xiaoting Li, Bingshu Li, Wenjing Chen

Nanjing Normal University of Special Education, Nanjing, Jiangsu Province, 210038, China.

*Corresponding author: Yanqiong Zhang

Abstract

With the development of science and technology and the increase of attention to visually impaired people, related research on visually impaired people has been emerging. In this paper, we use the visualization software CiteSpace to map the scientific knowledge and interpret the literature on the visually impaired community in China from 2000 to 2021, and explore the current status of research and research hotspots related to the visually impaired population in China. The study found that the hotspots of research related to visually impaired people are: (1) research related to education and teaching strategies and evaluation of visually impaired children, especially at the compulsory education level and higher education level; (2) research on library resources construction and services. Libraries are especially important to the blind as a primary means of knowledge acquisition; (3) research on the construction of Braille corpus and Braille abbreviations. Braille is the primary mode of learning and cognition for the visually impaired community.

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A CiteSpace-based Analysis of Research Hotspots on Visually Impaired Community

How to cite this paper: Yanqiong Zhang, Yi Zhou, Xiaoting Li, Bingshu Li, Wenjing Chen. (2022) A CiteSpace-based Analysis of Research Hotspots on Visually Impaired Community. Journal of Humanities, Arts and Social Science6(3), 364-369.

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.26855/jhass.2022.09.011

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