عنوان مقاله [English]
The present research mainly seeks to analyze the content of the articles published in the Journal of Philosophical-Theological Research. It is an applied research which is conducted using content analysis method. Its statistical population includes 399 articles published in 54 volumes of this journal during 1378-1391 (1999-2012), whose data were gathered using checklist tool, analyzed using SPSS software and findings were presented through statistical tables and diagrams. The findings show that 378 articles (%94.7) were written and 21 ones (%5.3) were translated. There were 379 authors including 40 women (%10.5) and 339 men (%89.5). 325 articles were written individually and 74 articles (%18.6) collectively. Those with PhD degree have written %48 of articles and PhD students have written %11.2 of them. Assistant professors have written %35 of articles and associate professors have written %10 of them. The review of authors' organizational affiliation shows that 112 articles (%28.1) were written by researchers of Qom University and Tehran University, Azad Islamic University, Isfahan University and 'Allamah Tabatabaii University researchers are the next, respectively. Thematic analysis shows that %25.6 of articles is on Islamic philosophy, %19.8 on West philosophy and %7 on modern theology. The content analysis and thematic classification of the articles on each domain show its research priorities as well as its weaknesses and defects in producing scientific information. Given the fact that there is no research conducted on philosophy using content analysis method and two other researches were a kind of citation analysis, it can be hoped that the findings of this research inform those in charge about the quantity and quality of published articles and help them design macro-policies.