Social Networks in British Political Science

More preliminary findings on Social Networks in Political Science: from our analysis of collaboration patterns in the British Journal of Political Science (BJPS) and Political Studies (PS), we conclude that co-publication is much more widespread and intense than in Germany (not a huge surprise). Yet, at least on the basis of these two journals, collaboration networks in British political science look rather fragile when compared to the sciences. Obviously, further research is needed.

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  1. […] on this topic.Powered by WP Greet BoxOur project on social (citation and collaboration) networks in British and German political science involves networks with hundreds and thousands of nodes (scientists and […]

  2. I think it is much more intense in Germany, Greetings

  3. […] project on social (citation and collaboration) networks in British and German political science involves networks with hundreds and thousands of nodes (scientists and […]

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