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Konfliktų sprendimas ir lyderystė: bibliometrinė analizė / Conflict resolution and leadership: a bibliometric analysis

Abstract

Conflict resolution and leadership is growing research topic in academic literature. The demand of leaders of organizations to manage conflicts requires further analysis of this topic. It is necessary for better understanding of conflict resolution relationship with leadership. Bibliometrical analysis reveals this relationship. The study analyses 526 references collected from the Web of Science database and uses the VOSviewer program to graphically map the material. The bibliometric analysis involves co-occurrence of keywords, co-citation and co-authorship. The results identify the leading trends and development status in terms of impact, main journals, authors, papers, topics and countries. The analysis and graphical presentations are relevant for researchers and practitioners for better understanding of the state of the art of concflict resolution and leadership.


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Mokslinėje literatūroje konfliktų sprendimo ir lyderytės tyrimų srityje yra pastebimas didelis augimas. Organizacijų lyderių poreikis suvaldyti konfliktus reikalauja išsamesnių tyrimų šioje srityje. Šie tyrimai reikalingi siekiant išanalizuoti sąsajas tarp konfliktų sprendimo ir lyderystės. Bibliometrinė analizė parodė konfliktų sprendimo ir lyderystės tarpusavio ryšius. Tyrime nagrinėjami 526 dokumentai yra atrinkti iš „Web of Science“ duomenų bazės ir atliekamas grafinis duomenų atvaizdavimas naudojant „VOSviewer“ programą. Bibliometrinę analizę sudaro bendros veiklos rezultatų reikšminių žodžių, bendrai cituojamų publikacijų, autorių ir bendraautorystės analizė. Tyrimo rezultatai nustato pagrindinių žurnalų, autorių, mokslinių darbų, temų ir šalių pirmaujančias tendencijas ir išsivystymo statusą. Tyrime pateiktas schematinis ir grafinis analizės duomenų atvaizdavimas yra aktualus įrankis, kuris padeda mokslininkams ir specialistams geriau suprasti konfliktų sprendimo ir lyderystės temą.


Reikšminiai žodžiai: konfliktas, konfliktų sprendimas, konfliktų valdymas, lyderystė, bibliometrinė analizė, vizualizacija.

Keyword : conflict, conflict resolution, conflict management, leadership, bibliometric analysis, visualization

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