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On Aug 17, 2004, at 5:02 PM, Gavin Hougham wrote:
> I can't quite tell how they are generating their networks.
They describe their Centering Resonance Analysis approach in:
Corman, S., Kuhn, T., McPhee, R., and K. Dooley (in press). Studying
Complex Discursive Systems: Centering Resonance Analysis of
Organizational Communication. Human Communication Research, 28(2).
The basic approach seems to be to link nouns and noun phrases (which
includes adjectives) into a network and then applies betweenness
centrality to score relative influence of words. Presumably, they look
for negation words/phrases that change meanings significantly.
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