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An NLP approach to quantify dynamic salience of predefined topics in a text corpus

@article{Bock2021AnNA,
  title={An NLP approach to quantify dynamic salience of predefined topics in a text corpus},
  author={Alexander Asp Bock and Anthony Palladino and Skaidra Smith-Heisters and Ian Boardman and Ester Pellegrini and Elisa Jayne Bienenstock and Andrew Valenti},
  journal={ArXiv},
  year={2021},
  volume={abs/2108.07345}
}
The proliferation of news media available online simultaneously presents a valuable resource and significant challenge to analysts aiming to profile and understand social and cultural trends in a geographic location of interest. While an abundance of news reports documenting significant events, trends, and responses provides a more democratized picture of the social characteristics of a location, making sense of an entire corpus to extract significant trends is a steep challenge for any one… 

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