On othering and mainstreamisation of New Cultural Geography. Some scientometric observations

Autor(en): Steinbrink, Malte 
Aufenvenne, Philipp
Stichwörter: bibliometrics; citation analysis; Geography; human geography; New Cultural Geography; scientometrics; social geography; social network analysis
Erscheinungsdatum: 2017
Herausgeber: OSTERR GEOGRAPH GESELLSCHAFT
Journal: MITTEILUNGEN DER OSTERREICHISCHEN GEOGRAPHISCHEN GESELLSCHAFT
Volumen: 159
Startseite: 83
Seitenende: 104
Zusammenfassung: 
Since 2004, a group of German-speaking geographers inspired by social and cultural theories are holding an annual meeting under the label `New Cultural Geography' (Neue Kulturgeographie, NKG). Right from the beginning it has been their explicit ambition to radically renew German-speaking human geography. Have they succeeded? Thirteen years after the first conference took place, it is about time to take a closer look at the NKG's role and positioning in German-speaking geography. From a network-analytical scientometric perspective this article empirically scrutinises the myths of the NKG's formation, it's self-descriptions and - conceptions, as well as it's internal and external distinguishing features in the German-speaking countries.
ISSN: 00299138
DOI: 10.23781/moegg159-08

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