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Home> Archive> 2023> Volume 13 Number 5 ( Oct. 2023)
IJSSH 2023 Vol.13(5): 368-375
doi: 10.18178/ijssh.2023.V13.1172

Hot Spots and Frontiers in Embroidery Research: A Visualization Analysis via CiteSpace Based on WOS Databases (2010−2022)

Jiajun Chen and Ya Zhang*

Abstract—Embroidery and weaving techniques are part of the cultural heritage and are the fruit of human civilisation. With the improvement of the technical level of the embroidery machine manufacturing industry, the global embroidery Market in 2022 has reached 7.35 billion US dollars, growing by 10.18% year-on-year, making it an economic research field. In this paper, we used WOS databases to search core papers and CiteSpace, a knowledge graph analysis tool, to determine the current status and trends of research in embroidery from 2010 to 2022. Based on the screened articles, the number of publications, research authors and institutions, keyword co-occurrences, and changes in highlighted words were analyzed in this study. The results showed that China, the United States, and the United Kingdom are the leading researchers in embroidery. Chinese scholars have had an interdisciplinary trend recently and have begun to publish abroad actively. The results of these studies have provided an opportunity for scholars in the field of embroidery to study the cultural connotation and innovative design of embroidery. These results point out the direction for scholars in the field of embroidery research and innovation, identify the shortcomings of each in the current situation of research in China and overseas, find a sustainable path for the development of embroidery craft, and promote the exchange and mutual appreciation of civilizations.

Index Terms—Embroidery, bibliometrics, comparative mapping analysis, cultural exchange

Jiajun Chen is with the Art design Departmenti, Zhongkai University of Agriculture and Engineering, Guangzhou, China.
Ya Zhang is with Zhongkai University of Agriculture and Engineering, Guangzhou, China.
*Correspondence: michelleguyu@126.com (Y.Z.)

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Cite: Jiajun Chen and Ya Zhang* , "Hot Spots and Frontiers in Embroidery Research: A Visualization Analysis via CiteSpace Based on WOS Databases (2010−2022)," International Journal of Social Science and Humanity vol. 13, no. 5, pp. 368-375, 2023.


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