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Week of October 24, 2010U.S. Institutions: Most Prolific in Sociology, 2005-09
Of U.S. institutions, those below contributed the greatest number of papers to the field of sociology over a recent five-year period. Based on each institution's percentage of the 16,982 papers published in Thomson Reuters-indexed sociology journals between 2005 and 2009.
|Rank||Institution||Papers 2005-2009||% of field|
|1||Pennsylvania State University||245||1.44|
|2||University of Michigan||185||1.09|
|4||Ohio State University||177||1.04|
|5||Univ. of California, Berkeley||160||0.94|
SOURCE: University/Institutional Science Indicators, 1981-2009. (Deluxe version contains complete listings of publication and citation statistics for U.S. universities/institutions in more than 250 subfields corresponding to subject areas covered in the Web of Knowledge®. Standard version features data covering 22 main fields. Both versions are available from the Research Services Group.
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