Publicerende Sociologen: De Top-50 In De Periode 1995-1997

Frans N. Stokman, Paula Holtrop-Laning, Reinier van Oostern

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For the sixth and last time we present the productivity and the international impact of Dutch sociologists, measured in tperiod 1995-1997. Table I gives the ranking of the fifty most produictive sociologists. This productivity is measured as a weighted sum of the publications, where the weight is based on the quality of the journal publisher, the number of pages and the number of authors of the publication. The international impact of the participants and of all full professors in Dutch sociology research centers is presented in Table 6. This impact is based on the number of citations in the Social Science Citation Index in the period 1995-1997. In an analysis of the reasons for (non-) participation in the Top-5O project we show that the most important reason for participation is positioning one-self toward others (Table I). The main reason for non-participation is insuficient publications, followed by questions about usefulness and of principle (Tab. 2). We also performed a trend analysis on all publications from 1991 till 1997 and compared the productivity of full professors, associate professors and others.
Originele taal-2English
Pagina's (van-tot)192
Aantal pagina's0
TijdschriftMens en Maatschappij
StatusPublished - 1999

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