publication . Article . Other literature type . 2016

‘Standing on the shoulders of giants’: diversity and scholarship in Intelligence Studies

Van Puyvelde, Damien; Curtis, Sean;
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  • Published: 27 May 2016 Journal: Intelligence and National Security, volume 31, pages 1,040-1,054 (issn: 0268-4527, eissn: 1743-9019, Copyright policy)
  • Publisher: Informa UK Limited
  • Country: United Kingdom
This study takes stock of the field of Intelligence Studies thanks to a quantitative review of all the articles published in the two main journals in the field: Intelligence and National Security and the International Journal of Intelligence and CounterIntelligence. Particular attention is paid to the diversity of the authors publishing in these two journals and the evolution of the issues they discuss. Publications in the field are widely authored by males based in the United States and the United Kingdom who write about Western intelligence and security organizations. Recent years have seen a slight diversification in the field but further efforts will be nece...
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publication . Article . Other literature type . 2016

‘Standing on the shoulders of giants’: diversity and scholarship in Intelligence Studies

Van Puyvelde, Damien; Curtis, Sean;