EJOFEuropees Jeugd Olympisch Festival (Dutch: European Youth Olympic Festival)
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Table 7 demonstrates that by the end of 2014 there were 305 publications from EJoF in WoS, which were cited 39 times.
The impact of EJoF is much lower than other journals but one peculiar fact is that other journals have published much more book reviews in them (Folklore, Journal for the Folklore Society of England --56.44% out of 1788; Journal of Folklore Research--22% out of 640).
Contributing authors to EJoF documents in WoS originate most often from Estonia (68), Finland (24), Russia (18), Norway (8), England (8), and USA (7).
This implicates that EJoF is not just an Estonian journal for Estonian researchers.
Table 10 shows that EJoF is one of the most international sources with the majority of citations not coming from Estonia.
The impact of EJoF has not only been evident in folklore.
The most cited paper in EJoF with three cites is Johanson, K.
By the end of 2014 EJoF had been cited 45 times with 10 being self-citations (22.3%).
These results confirm that EJoF is becoming a leading influential journal in the area; they also suggest that EJoF has disproportionate strength in the area given its smaller size and recent rise to the A&HCI in comparison to other journals (Behles 2014).