Browsing Faculty of Architecture and Design by Subject "Co-authorship"
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A co-authorship analysis of product and industrial design education literature, 2000-2015 (The Design Society, 2018)Today, collaboration is the norm rather than exception in scholarly publications. Through coauthorship scholars can increase the volume and quality of their scientific output. Utilising these networks, they establish ...
Collaboration in design research: An analysis of co-authorship in 13 design research journals, 2000–2015 (Taylor & Francis, 2019)This paper utilizes social network analysis and multivariate statistical methods to quantitatively analyse co-authorship patterns between 2000 and 2015 in 13 influential design research journals. The results indicate that ...
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