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Eine Ko-Zitationsanalyse der quantitativen Netzwerkanalysen in der Politikwissenschaft

  • Philip Leifeld

Zusammenfassung

Seit der Publikation der ersten formalen Policy-Netzwerkanalysen in den 1970er Jahren (z. B. Laumann und Pappi 1976) sind ca. 200 quantitative Anwendungen sowie mehrere hundert qualitative oder vergleichende Netzwerkanalysen in der Politikwissenschaft erschienen. Die Untersuchungseinheiten und Politikfelder sind dabei so vielfältig wie die angewendeten Methoden.

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