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’Can it be read from a distance? Perspectives for Text Mining in Sociological Research’ workshop

’Can it be read from a distance? Perspectives for Text Mining in Sociological Research’ workshop Orsolya Ring (Senior Researcher at poltextLAB, Centre for Social Sciences) was among the participants of the workshop entitled ’Can it be read from a distance? Perspectives for Text Mining in Sociological Research’. The workshop was part of the ’Methodically’ Debate …

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Talk by Orsolya Ring at conference organised by MILAB and the Digital Wellbeing Program

Talk by Orsolya Ring at conference jointly organised by MILAB and the Digital Wellbeing Program Orsolya Ring gave a talk entitled ‘Measuring Customer Satisfaction through the Evaluation of Texts’ at the online conference jointly organised by MILAB and the Digital Wellbeing Program (Digitális Jólét Program). The online conference examined the effects the recent boom in …

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New Publication: Article by Miklós Sebők, Kristin Makszin and Jasper Simons in East European Politics

New publication: Article by Miklós Sebők, Kristin Makszin and Jasper Simons in East European Politics Miklós Sebők, Kristin Makszin and Jasper Simons’ new article entitled ’Mission adapted: the hidden role of governors in shaping central bank operating missions in Hungary’ has been published in East European Politics. ABSTRACT: ’Despite the diffusion of the paradigm of …

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New publication: Article by Ákos Máté, Miklós Sebők and Tamás Barczikay in PLOS ONE

New publication: Article by Ákos Máté, Miklós Sebők and Tamás Barczikay in PLOS ONE Ákos Máté, Miklós Sebők and Tamás Barczikay recently published an article entitled ‘The effect of central bank communication on sovereign bond yields: The case of Hungary’  The open-access article is available here: https://journals.plos.org/plosone/article?id=10.1371/journal.pone.0245515 ‘In this article, we investigate how the public communication …

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Call for papers: Analysing Democratic Deconsolidation with Big Data

Call for papers: Analysing Democratic Deconsolidation with Big Data The new Frontiers Research Topic ’Analysing Legislative Backsliding and Democratic Deconsolidation with Big Data’ welcomes papers from a wide variety of methodologies, particularly those relying on quantitative text analysis, text mining, machine learning, and related Big Data approaches. Submitted papers may include: • Original research articles reporting on primary …

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Succesful Proposal: ‘Parlamint’

Succesful proposal: ParlaMint’s ‘Call for New Languages’ POLTEXT’s proposal for ParlaMint’s ‘Call for New Languages’ has been successful and POLTEXT will now have the opportunity to contribute parliamentary corpora to ParlaMint’s (CLARIN) collection. The ParlaMint project – operating within the CLARIN infrastructure – makes accessible national parliamentary data. The availability of comprehensive parliamentary data is crucial, especially in …

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