Latest Trend in Science Fiction Research: Survey of Research Articles in Extrapolation and Science Fiction Studies between 2010-2019

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Natchapol Boonprasertkij

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The objective of this academic article was to survey the latest trend in science fiction research in Extrapolation and Science Fiction Studies between 2010-2019. The survey found that there were 338 research articles published in these two academic journals with the time span of the researched texts from Ancient Greek to contemporary period. Majority of researched science fiction texts were from the 19th century onward. Octavia E. Butler was the most researched author with 16 articles. Frankenstein; or, The Modern Prometheus (1818) by Mary Shelley was the most researched text with 7 articles. Most of the researched science fictions were written in English at 79.14%, with the rest composed in 12 other languages. Book was the leading format of researched text at 84.91% followed by film, TV series, game and website.

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Boonprasertkij ณ. (2021). Latest Trend in Science Fiction Research: Survey of Research Articles in Extrapolation and Science Fiction Studies between 2010-2019. Journal of Humanities and Social Sciences, 17(2), 189–216. Retrieved from https://so03.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/eJHUSO/article/view/251575
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