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this section we want to find out to what extent the researchers involved
in the networks analysed before produce joint articles or papers, or edit
joint studies and proceedings. The co-authorships generated in joint publication
activities are assumed to represent particularly intense relations.
figure above gives an overview of the authorships considered in this section.
The publications which have been analysed include the joint CEDRA studies
(2000-2003), the ECER/ VETNET proceedings (1998-2003) and, for comparison,
the recent editions of the international Journal of Vocational Education
and Training (1999-2003). The number of authors involved in each of the
publications is indicated in brackets.
pattern of authorships is largely similar across the three publication
contexts: the majority are single authors; the teams of co-authors mostly
include two persons and only rarely a maximum of five authors. These co-authorships
are the focus of analysis in the following figures (18 to 21).
WIFO Manning 2003
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