Trends in Published Comparative and International Education Research, 2014–2019, with a Focus on Open Access Journals and Global South Authors

Alexander Wiseman, Petrina M. Davidson, Maureen F. Park, Nino Dzotsenidze, Obioma Okogbue

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Abstract

This chapter examines the trends in published comparative and international education research from 2014 to 2019 with a special focus on 2019 publication in open access journals and by authors situated in the Global South. In particular, two trends from 2019 are (1) the increasing number of research publications in the field of comparative and international education that are being published in online, open access journals and (2) the representation among these research publications between authors situated in Global North versus Global South contexts. Evidence from the six years of data collection suggests that single country studies and qualitative methods continue to dominate published research in comparative and international education journals. 2019 data also show that there are significant different in the publication trends in subscription versus open access journals in the field, and that authors from the Global South are more likely to publish in open access journals
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationTrends in Published Comparative and International Education Research, 2014–2019, with a Focus on Open Access Journals and Global South Authors
PublisherEmerald Publishing
Pages1-21
Volume40
DOIs
StatePublished - Aug 2021

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