Computer-Assisted Text Analysis for Comparative Politics

@inproceedings{Lucas2015ComputerAssistedTA,
  title={Computer-Assisted Text Analysis for Comparative Politics},
  author={Christopher Lucas and Richard A. Nielsen and Margaret E. Roberts and Brandon M. Stewart and Alex Storer and Dustin Tingley},
  year={2015}
}
Recent advances in research tools for the systematic analysis of textual data are enabling exciting new research throughout the social sciences. For comparative politics, scholars who are often interested in nonEnglish and possibly multilingual textual datasets, these advances may be difficult to access. This article discusses practical issues that arise in the processing, management, translation, and analysis of textual data with a particular focus on how procedures differ across languages… CONTINUE READING

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