عنوان مقاله [English]
The present study was conducted with the aim of procedural, thematic and methodological analysis of research papers published in the Biannual Journal of University Textbooks; Research and Writing, from 1996 to 2017. This is a descriptive applied research that has been carried out through content analysis method. The statistical population includes all the 297 articles of the relevant issues. The data collection tool was a content analysis checklist verified by experts. The method of data analysis was based on counting, percentage, coding and interpretation analysis. The results show that a total of 41 issues and 297 articles have been published. The highest and lowest number of papers are respectively related to the years 2003-2004 (10.774%) and 2007 (2.020%) . The participation of men was 67.933% and women's participation was 32.066%. The percentage of single-authored articles was 72.053%, and the percentage of multi-authored papers was 27.947%. Regarding the researchers, 56.294% of them were affiliated with the state universities; and in their rank analysis, assistant professors (47.268%), and experts (1.187%) had respectively the most and the least contributions. The results of the thematic analysis indicated that political science and criticism were respectively the lowest and the highest fields of study in these papers. The findings of the methodological analysis showed that qualitative research method (86.164%) and mixed research method (4.713%) were respectively the highest and the lowest research methods adopted by the relevant researchers. Based on the findings of the research, it can be said that a promotion in women's participation, tendency to multi-authored works, tendency to analysis and critique, and participation of high-ranking academic professors and state universities; as well as a shift of methodology from quantitative approach towards qualitative and mixed approaches are the most important features of the researches published in the Biannual Journal of University Textbooks; Research and Writing.