Owning Mindfulness: A Bibliometric Analysis of Mindfulness Literature Trends Within and Outside of Buddhist Contexts

@article{Valerio2016OwningMA,
  title={Owning Mindfulness: A Bibliometric Analysis of Mindfulness Literature Trends Within and Outside of Buddhist Contexts},
  author={Adam Valerio},
  journal={Contemporary Buddhism},
  year={2016},
  volume={17},
  pages={157 - 183}
}
  • Adam Valerio
  • Published 2 January 2016
  • Psychology
  • Contemporary Buddhism
Abstract The mindfulness literature, now extended beyond strict Buddhist and psychotherapeutic contexts, has trended in some important directions, giving rise to both conflict and opportunity. In terms of mindfulness-directed effort, which academic disciplines are outpacing which? Has the degree of disembeddedness from Buddhist contexts changed over time? What is the relationship between trends in mindfulness, meditation, and Buddhism-oriented literature? Through a bibliometric analysis of… Expand
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