“how does a degree in the humanities prepare students for digital jobs in ways that learning only technical skills does not?”
Text Mining Uncovers U.S. Emotion and British Reserve
An analysis reveals that writers’ expressions of sentiment on opposite sides of the pond have grown apart in recent decades
but just by doing a somewhat crude analysis of emotion words it is possible to find trends that resonate with what we know about history
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