Applying Multi-Perspective Approaches to the Analysis of Parliamentary Data

author: Cornelia Ilie, Strömstad Academy, Institute for Advanced Study
published: May 30, 2018,   recorded: May 2018,   views: 5
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The growing availability of digital corpora of parliamentary proceedings has provided invaluable resources for large-scale machine-based analysis. However, many corpus-driven methodologies have been primarily concerned with statistical results and quantitative analyses, rather than with text-based and discourse-driven analyses of the content of parliamentary proceedings. This talk will focus on qualitative analysis of these data patterns and trends, previously aggregated through quantitative corpus linguistic analysis.

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