Female Leadership: A Bibliometric Networks Visualising of Academic Publication over the Past 42 Years

SETIADI, POMPONG BUDI and HARJANTI, WULANDARI and KESUMAWATIE, MAYA IDA and KUSMANINGTYAS, AMIARTUTI and URSULA S, RATNA (2020) Female Leadership: A Bibliometric Networks Visualising of Academic Publication over the Past 42 Years. Female Leadership: A Bibliometric Networks Visualising of Academic Publication over the Past 42 Years, 14 (12). pp. 634-644.

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Abstract

Female leadership has become a trend in the last few decades. It has been researched but there is as yet no publication in the field of female leadership that shows the big picture, using data from all countries. This study aims to map the status of international female leadership publications indexed by Scopus, using bibliometric visualisation. The bibliometric method and analysed research data were implemented using the analytical search results service from the VOS viewer and Scopus applications. The research data of 392 documents, published from 1977 to 2019, were obtained from the Scopus database. The results of this study indicate the status of maps published internationally and research trends in the field of female leadership, which are increasing every year. America is the most productive country in publications in female leadership publication. The most productive research institutes and individual researchers in female leadership publication are the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and Barnett, B, respectively. The largest subject and field of publication sources in the female leadership publication are social sciences and gender in management. The most quoted is by Eagly, Johannesen-Schmidt, and Van Engen, entitled "Transformational, Transactional and Laissez-Faire Leadership Styles: A MetaAnalysis Comparing Women and Men". There is one collaborative pattern of researchers in publications in the female leadership publication. With regard to the implications for knowledge, this study proposes a convergence axis classification, consisting of publications in the field of female leadership to characterise the pool of knowledge generated from five decades of literature: female, human, organisation, leadership, abbreviated as FHOL Themes.

Item Type: Article
Uncontrolled Keywords: Female Leadership, Female, Leadership, Bibliometric, VOS Viewer
Subjects: Akuntansi
Ekonomi
Depositing User: Unnamed user with email [email protected]
Date Deposited: 18 Feb 2021 05:25
Last Modified: 18 Feb 2021 07:46
URI: http://repository.mahardhika-library.id/id/eprint/2127

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