Publicerende sociologen: De Top-50 In De Periode 1994-1996

Frans N. Stokman, Paula Holtrop-Laning, Collin E. Hoogeveen

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In thiis article the productivity, national and international inlpact of Dutch sociologists are measured over the period 1994-1996 Table I gives the ranking of the fifty most productive sociologists. The productivity is measured as a weighted sum of the publications. A ranking of prominence among the participants ispresented in table 2. The international impact is based on the number of citations in the Social Science Citation Index in the period 1994-1996 We investigated these citations for all 153 participating sociologists and all fifty professors in socioloty research centers (see Appendix 3). Table 3 contains the ranking of the fifty Dutch sociologists with the most citations in the period 1994-1996 We also present the results of our survey on the scientific quality of publishers. Mokken scale analysis was used to investigate the cumulative pattern of the answers and the existence of dzfferentgroups of publishers. The results can be compared with a similar survey held in 1994 (see Appendix 4A to 4D).
Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)386
Number of pages13
JournalMens en Maatschappij
Publication statusPublished - 1997

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