Department of Physical Education
Bachelor of Physical Education, Healt, Sport and Recreation, the Univesitas Majalengka (2005-2009)
Master of Sport Education, the Univesitas Pendidikan Indonesia (2010-2014)
Ph.D. student of Sport Education at the Universitas Pendidikan Indonesia (2017-....)
Sport & Religion
Bibliometric & Scientometric
Waleed A. Hammood, Afrig Aminuddin, Omar A. Hammood, Khairul Hafezad Abdullah, Davi Sofyan, and Majid Rahardi Universitas Ahmad Dahlan
Indra Prabowo, Yudy Hendrayana, Amung Ma'mun, Berliana Berliana, and Davi Sofyan Sergii Iermakov
Background and Study Aim. This study aims to chart the trend of publications in the Scopus database and the Web of Science as well as the global evolution of harassment and bullying in sports.
Material and Methods. ScientoPy and VOSviewer software were used in this study to analyze the number of publications, well-known research topics, proactive authors, author keywords, preferred sources, and institutional data. This study uses data reconciliation with 1, 883 different items from the Scopus database and the Web of Science. An increasing trend in sports nutrition research was found using the Scopus and WoS databases.
Results. This field has grown significantly since 2015. In addition, the percentage of documents published in the last two years (2020 to 2021) shows that 22.40% were published on WoS and 22.04% on Scopus. The five keywords that are trending topics between 2020 and 2021 are "Sports", "Racism", "Race", "Sexual Harassment", and "Gender". Meanwhile, the keywords with the highest total link strength were "sports" (244), "racism" (169), "bullying" (165), "adolescents" (161), and "physical activity" (150). The University of Toronto, Canada, became the most productive institution with 22 publications.
Conclusions. The most prestigious institutes and researchers in the field of harassment and bullying research in sports have been recognized, along with key research areas, keywords, and related papers. The study also offers potential readers and researchers a global perspective on the hottest issues in harassment and bullying in sport today. In addition, it provides various analyses to assist in the organization of data for the development of harassment and bullying research theories and methodologies in strong sports.
Davi Sofyan, Khairul Hafezad Abdullah, and Novri Gazali Academy of Sciences Malaysia
This study aims to examine the evolution of basketball-related scientific publications in the Scopus database by using a variety of bibliometric indicators, such as publication trends, the most influential countries, the most productive authors, and author keywords. From 1969 until 2021, the Scopus database registered 584 basketball publications. This review scrutinised the bibliographic results using Microsoft Excel, Publish or Perish (PoP), and VOSviewer. The production pattern fluctuated throughout the year, but after 2011 it climbed dramatically. In 2006, publications on basketball research had increased to double digits, with 11 documents. Significantly, between 2020 and 2021, 140 publications were published, with 66 in 2020 and 74 in 2021 indicating scholarly interest. The United States is the most productive country, with 210 academic works. J. Sampaio and J. Yanci were the most prolific authors. The Universidad de Granada rose to the top of the productivity rankings. This study has several limitations; the method applied in this study needs to clarify how to find, categorise, and use a database. It’s worth noting that data can also be obtained from other databases.
Davi Sofyan, Yudha Munajat Saputra, Juntika Nurihsan, Nurlan Kusmaedi, and Khairul Hafezad Abdullah LLC OVS
Sport and fitness are physical requirements in the same way that humans require food and water. On the other hand, sport and fitness is a highly complex field of study, complicating attempts to define critical terms, resulting in a relative lack of scientometric analysis.
The study goal is to look at the development of sport and fitness research around the world, using the Scopus and Web of Science databases as its foundation.
Materials and methods. Publications are gathered using the Scopus and Web of Science databases as well as scientometric parameters, including worldwide publication trends, the authors who receive the most citations, the amount of citations, and author keywords.
Results. The results show the authors’ keywords analysis was inspected based on their relationship to physical activity, physical exercise, and physical training. The United States was the most active country, with 601 publications. As expected, the United States is a leader in physical activity promotion, with 19.3 percent of the population participating in sports and exercising daily in 2019. The International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health from Switzerland leads 68 publications, which is another noteworthy finding. Additionally, according to this analysis, Ortega, F.B., of the School of Medicine, University of Granada, Madrid, Spain, is the author who publishes the most documents with 33 in total.
Conclusions. According to our research, the top five keywords that gained traction over the previous two years were "Cardiorespiratory Fitness," "Body Composition," "Health," "Physical Activity," and "Adolescents." The study value to the field of sports and fitness is that it provides readers and upcoming researchers with a wide range of sports and fitness trends from the past and present. Additionally, the study findings will aid future academics in predicting potential industry trends.
Davi Sofyan, Khairul Hafezad Abdullah, and Hanny Hafiar LLC OVS
The study purpose was to look into the production of scientific publications on the Philosophy of Sports and Physical Education.
Materials and methods. Scopus and Web of Science databases and various bibliometric indicators such as global publication trends, most active authors, number of citations, and author keywords were used to collect publications.
Results. A total of 1103 publications on the philosophy of sport and physical education were found from 1981 to 2021. This review used data in comma-separated values (CSV) format for Scopus, which was then exported to Microsoft Excel and text documents in WoS format, as well as ScientoPy software. The research findings provide information that, from 1981 to 2021, publications experienced a fluctuating trend in quantity. Starting in 2016, publications have reached double digits, with the number of publications reaching 71 documents. The United States is listed as the most productive country with a number of published documents as high as 226 academic scientific works. Ryall, E., University of Gloucestershire, United Kingdom, became the most prolific author with a total of 33 publications. The Department of Philosophy in the United States is at the forefront of publications with 39 documents.
Conclusions. A number of limitations in this study are unavoidable. First, the research method used by researchers is not completely perfect, including how to find documents, categorize documents, and document provider databases, which cannot be ignored. Researchers believe that this scientometric research provides important information about future research directions in the philosophy of sport and physical education.