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Natural language processing and computational linguistics:
Scientifically rigorous approaches to the study of text?
“Politics of evasion and despair.”
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What is anthropology?
The world’s languages as “linguistic superfamilies.”
I will first explain what I mean by saying that the informal economy, a concept I was associated with coining in the early 1970s, has taken over the world, largely as a result of neoliberal deregulation over the last three decades (pp. 1-3). After a brief account of my own early exposure to West Africa (pp. 3-5), I turn to the question of how and why Africa has long been a symbol of global inequality. Even after independence, Africans are still waiting from emancipation (pp. 5-10). Even so…
The Universal Declaration of Human Rights designed by the General Assembly of the United Nations organization is an ideal which men strive to attain.
Nevertheless, when one looks keenly at some of its articles, this declaration is incompatible with the fact that the entire human race is composed of diverse cultures and visions of the world.
In its first article: "All human beings are born free and equal in dignity and rights. They are endowed with…
For my current project, which automates an approach to understanding decision making processes of elites, first developed by Robert Axelrod in the 1970s, I make use of two newly developed computational linguistic tools (see my github profile).
Rather than discussing the specifics of my current project, which you can read about here, I…
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