Johannes Castner
  • Male
  • Somerville, MA
  • United States
Share on Facebook
Share

Johannes Castner's Friends

  • James A Rising
  • Oscar González
  • John McCreery
 

Johannes Castner's Page

Latest Activity

Rachelle Annechino commented on Johannes Castner's blog post Natural Language and the Social Sciences
"Jjust stumbled on this and wanted to say thanks to John McCreery for the pointer to the Tambayong & Carley piece -- and also thanks to Johannes Castner for bringing up this topic :)"
Jul 23, 2014
John McCreery commented on Johannes Castner's blog post Natural Language and the Social Sciences
"Johannes, are you aware of Network Text Analysis in Computer-Intensive Rapid Ethnography Retrieval: An Example from Political Networks of Sudan* by  Laurent Tambayong California State University at Fullerton; ltambayong@fullerton.edu and…"
Jun 14, 2013
John McCreery commented on Johannes Castner's blog post Natural Language and the Social Sciences
"P.S. Just heard a talk by Loet Leydesdorff, suggesting that while geographers work in Euclidean space and social network analysts work in a graph-analytical space, semantic network analysis requires a vector space and, ultimately, a hyper vector…"
May 25, 2013
John McCreery commented on Johannes Castner's blog post Natural Language and the Social Sciences
"It will be particularly interesting, to the general reader as well as scholars, how your results compare with the conclusions reached by George Lakoff inMoral Politics, the book that introduced the idea of framing to public political discourse in…"
May 25, 2013
John McCreery commented on Johannes Castner's blog post Natural Language and the Social Sciences
"Johannes, check out the work of Loet Leydesdorff and his group in Amsterdam. I will also ask around at the Sunbelt conference in Hamburg that I will be attending next weekend."
May 19, 2013
Johannes Castner commented on Johannes Castner's blog post Natural Language and the Social Sciences
"There is an important dimension that I did not discuss earlier--well, there are probably many dimensions, but one comes to mind that is particularly important in economics and political science and while it goes far beyond the study of language, it…"
May 18, 2013
Johannes Castner shared their blog post on Facebook
May 17, 2013
Johannes Castner's blog post was featured

Natural Language and the Social Sciences

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 will use this space…See More
May 17, 2013
Johannes Castner posted a blog post

Natural Language and the Social Sciences

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 will use this space…See More
May 17, 2013
John McCreery commented on Johannes Castner's blog post Relational Data on Firms
"Are you familiar with Rob Cross and Robert J. Thomas, _Driving Results Through Social Networks_ Josey-Bass, 2009? If anyone knows about the kind of data you are looking for. It is likely to be these guys. Just a guess on my part, but..."
Jul 7, 2012
John McCreery commented on Johannes Castner's blog post Relational Data on Firms
"Just a thought. Given that you have contacts at Harvard and Columbia, I would start by asking around the business schools."
Jul 6, 2012
Johannes Castner replied to John McCreery's discussion Model Thinking in the group Theory for Anthropology
"I had the pleasure to partake in his and John Miller's Santa Fe Institute Graduate Workshop in Computational Social Science, which was fantastic and yes, I'm in!"
Mar 12, 2012
Johannes Castner left a comment for patricia freire
"Welcome to the OAC and to the GIS group, Patricia!"
Dec 3, 2011
Johannes Castner left a comment for James A Rising
"Welcome, James; great to see you here!"
Oct 20, 2011
Johannes Castner replied to Nathan Dobson's discussion Anthropology of finance in the group Economic anthropology
"That is a great message, Keith, I'm really looking forward to reading your book! I feel that ethnography is a great way to gather data. Before gathering data one ought to have an idea what this data will be used for; one has to have an idea of…"
Oct 20, 2011
Johannes Castner replied to Nathan Dobson's discussion Anthropology of finance in the group Economic anthropology
"This kind of story or theory, about the ATM that is out of money on Saturday night, actually resembles earlier theories in economics proper, such as theories by John Maynard Keynes. Having studied both Economics and Cultural Anthropology, I see a…"
Oct 20, 2011

Profile Information

Full Name (no screen names or handles)
Johannes Castner
School/Organization/Current anthropological attachment
Columbia University and Harvard University
Website
http://www.columbia.edu/~jac2130

Johannes Castner's Blog

Natural Language and the Social Sciences

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…

Continue

Posted on May 17, 2013 at 7:00pm — 6 Comments

Comment Wall (1 comment)

You need to be a member of Open Anthropology Cooperative to add comments!

Join Open Anthropology Cooperative

At 7:58am on October 17, 2011, Keith Hart said…
Welcome to the OAC, Johannes!
 
 
 

Translate

OAC Press

@OpenAnthCoop

© 2015   Created by Keith Hart.   Powered by

Badges  |  Report an Issue  |  Terms of Service