Gendered Citation Patterns across Political Science and Social Science Methodology Fields

@article{Dion2018GenderedCP,
  title={Gendered Citation Patterns across Political Science and Social Science Methodology Fields},
  author={Michelle L. Dion and Jane Lawrence Sumner and Sara McLaughlin Mitchell},
  journal={Political Analysis},
  year={2018},
  volume={26},
  pages={312 - 327}
}
Accumulated evidence identifies discernible gender gaps across many dimensions of professional academic careers including salaries, publication rates, journal placement, career progress, and academic service. Recent work in political science also reveals gender gaps in citations, with articles written by men citing work by other male scholars more often than work by female scholars. This study estimates the gender gap in citations across political science subfields and across methodological… Expand
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