Authorship and Affiliation in Armed Forces & Society: Volumes 1-25

  title={Authorship and Affiliation in Armed Forces \& Society: Volumes 1-25},
  author={Morten G. Ender},
  journal={Armed Forces \& Society},
  pages={623 - 638}
  • M. G. Ender
  • Published 1 July 2001
  • Medicine
  • Armed Forces & Society
Armed Forces & Society (AF&S), is a major scholarly outlet for social scientists interested in military subjects, and in 1999 completed 25 volumes of continuous publication. This article presents data on authorship and affiliations for volumes 1-25 of AF&S and compares the findings to studies of other scholarly journals. Topical areas of analysis include (co)authorship, sex configurations of (co)authors, and academic, regional, and institutional affiliations of authors. Results show the journal… 
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