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dc.contributor.authorAquilina, Mario-
dc.identifier.citationAquilina, M. (2019). Literary studies goes gig data. In G. A. Schwartz and V. Bermudez, (Eds.), #Nodes: entangling sciences and humanities (pp. 438-441). Chicago: Intellect, The University of Chicago Press.en_GB
dc.description.abstractSteve Lohr describes Data-ism as 'the age of big data [that] is coming of age and that is 'making it suddenly possible to see more and learn faster' through the development and application of computational methods of analysis. Within this context, literary studies, which has traditionally been a staple of the humanities, finds itself interspersed with approaches whose operating principles are founded on the methods and aspirations of the more science-orient digital humanities.en_GB
dc.publisherIntellect, The University of Chicago Pressen_GB
dc.subjectData miningen_GB
dc.titleLiterary studies goes big dataen_GB
dc.title.alternative#Nodes : entangling sciences and humanitiesen_GB
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