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Analyzing Stylistic Variation across Different Political Regimes

@article{Dinu2020AnalyzingSV,
  title={Analyzing Stylistic Variation across Different Political Regimes},
  author={Liviu P. Dinu and Ana Sabina Uban},
  journal={ArXiv},
  year={2020},
  volume={abs/2012.01305}
}
In this article we propose a stylistic analysis of texts written across two different periods, which differ not only temporally, but politically and culturally: communism and democracy in Romania. We aim to analyze the stylistic variation between texts written during these two periods, and determine at what levels the variation is more apparent (if any): at the stylistic level, at the topic level etc. We take a look at the stylistic profile of these texts comparatively, by performing clustering… 

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