Scientific disciplines, as well as information science, are faced with new challanges caused by changing circumstances and innovative technologies. The information science has evolved from a practical field to a scientific discipline within the last decades, which is characterized by its diversity of content. In fact of this, the study should show the actual main focus of information science. Therefore, the method of bibliographic analysis was chosen to evaluate scientific articles of two relevant magazines. The first is the german-languaged magazine named "Information - Wissenschaft & Praxis", the second is the international and english-languaged magazine named "Journal of Information Science". All scientific articles of the two magazines within the year 2014 were used for an international comparison as part of the analysis. For this purpose, a three-part analysis scheme was designed and applied to every publication. At the begining of the screening, all general informations about the articles were collected. The paper examines, if a sex-specific tendency of authorship can be seen. Furthermore, quotes, pictures and graphics were part of the overall analysis. The main focus of the study is layed on classifying the publications' content in the following four categories: "Basics", "Methodology", "Information organization" and "Information structure". As result the analyse shows, if an emphasis on information science can be seen. Moreover the study reveals, how many articels used an analytical research method or an empirical research method.