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The revised second edition of the Handbuchs Methoden empirischer Sozialforschung [Handbook Methods of Empirical Social Research] includes a contribution by Dr. Jan-Hinrik Schmidt.
Schmidt, Jan-Hinrik (2019): Blogs. In: Baur, Nina / Blasius, Jörg (eds.): Handbuch Methoden empirischer...
"Kommunikationswissenschaftliche Onlineforschung: Was ist das, und wie sollte sie sich entwickeln? [Online Research in Communication Studies: Where Are We and Where Will We Go?]", talk by J.-H. Schmidt at the autumn meeting of the section media education of the Deutsche Gesellschaft fü...
"Algorithmic Personalization and News", interdisciplinary workshop with colleagues from the universities of Amsterdam and Hamburg on 7 December 2017 at the Hans-Bredow-Institut.
On July 10th, 2017, the joint network of non professorial teaching staff of the Hans-Bredow-Institut and the ZeMKI (Bremen) will meet for a whole day workshop in Hamburg to promote young researchers and to improve their knowledge about various methods.
At the Conference, hosted by GESIS Leibniz Institute for the Social Sciences, July 10-13, 2017, Cologne, Cornelius Puschmann will co-present a Tutorial "Topic modeling European political debates with the EUSpeech dataset"
"Topic modeling European political debates with the EUSpeech dataset"
From July 24.-29., 2017, Lisa Merten will be part of the Summer School Series on Methods for Computational Social Science. Organized by GESIS, Greenwich University, University of Southern California and Cornell University and supported by Volkswagen-Stiftung, the summer school focuses on methods...
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