Internationalization of Political Science: A Bibliometric Analysis on Collaboration Authorship and Co-Citation

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Caroline Paskarina, Mudiyati Rahmatunnisa, Ari Ganjar Herdiansah


This article discusses the internationalization of political science, which is analysed from research collaboration carried out by authors who study current issues in political science. Internationalization is essential for political science study programs in non-English speaking countries or those who have just experienced the transition of power towards democracy in their government. Bibliometric analysis conducted on published documents using VOSViewer software shows that internationalization has not yet become an important theme in political science development research, so the formation of collaboration and co-citation networks is limited and still centred in European countries.

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