The RSF project 'Patterns of Collaboration in the Russian Sociological Community' has been completed
Experts from the Russian Science Foundation recognized the project 'Collaboration Patterns in the Russian Sociological Community: The Structure of Scientific Schools and Possible Points of Growth' as successfully completed.
The project led by Daria Maltseva 'Collaboration patterns in the Russian sociological community: the structure of scientific schools and possible points of growth' was supported as part of the 2021 competition for RSF grants 'Carrying out proactive research by young scientists' of the Presidential program of research projects implemented by leading scientists, including young scientists. The main cast of project performers included Aryuna Kim, Tamara Shcheglova, Vasilisa Vashchenko and Lika Kapustina.
The duration of the project was two years – from July 2021 to June 2023. According to the results of the evaluation of the Expert Council of the Russian Science Foundation, the project was considered successfully completed.
The study is aimed at studying the structure and patterns of collaboration between Russian sociologists in the period from 2010 to 2021. The data sources are information on publications of Russian sociologists in the electronic library eLibrary. The results of the analysis allow us to consider the community of Russian sociologists at the macro-, meso- and micro-levels, providing information about the main trends and general structure of the collaboration and highlighting important local groups and leading sociologists on various grounds of scientific activity.
The methodology and intermediate results of the study were regularly discussed at ML workshops for applied network analysis (for example, here and here). Articles based on the results of the research project will be published in the near future. Follow the announcements!