عنوان مقاله [English]
Purpose: The present article is devised to determine the fields, requirements, barriers, and factors affecting on the activity of faculty of knowledge and information science in scientific social networks.
Methodology: Approach of research, this qualitative study was grounded theory. The main method of data collection was a semi-structured interview. Data analysis is based on the analysis of three levels of Strauss and Corbin coding that includes coding, coding, and coding, and using MAX QDA software. The sampling was carried out in a targeted way and the main criterion of the researcher regarding the number of interviews was to reach theoretical saturation.
Findings: analysis of the data leads to the extraction of the 5 main categories 13 sub floors and 65 classes.
Conclusion: The central concept of research, called "scientific socialization", was formed. Scientific socialization brings the scientific spirit of social relations that passes through the process of socialization to members of the community.
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