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Title : Words that matter: What text analysis can tell us about the third presidential debate

Title : Words that matter: What text analysis can tell us about the third presidential debate

Pubdate : Thu, 27 Oct 2016 12:35:32 +0000

Pubdate : Thu, 27 Oct 2016 12:35:32 +0000

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Subject : Advances in Political Science Methods

Subject : Advances in Political Science Methods

Subject : USA Decides 2016

Subject : USA Decides 2016

Subject : Clinton

Subject : Clinton

Subject : debate

Subject : debate

Subject : text analysis

Subject : text analysis

Subject : Trump

Subject : Trump

Subject : US Elections

Subject : US Elections

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Description : The final Presidential debate of 2016 was as heated as the previous two—well demonstrated by the following name-calling exchange: CLINTON: ...[Putin would] rather have a puppet as president of the United States. TRUMP: No puppet. No puppet. CLINTON: And it's pretty clear... TRUMP: You're the puppet! CLINTON: It's pretty clear you won't admit ... TRUMP: No, you're the puppet. It is easy to form our opinions of the debate and on the differences between the Presidential candidates on excerpts like this and memorable one-liners. But are small extracts representative of the debate as a whole? Moreover, how can we objectively analyse ...

Description : The final Presidential debate of 2016 was as heated as the previous two—well demonstrated by the following name-calling exchange: CLINTON: ...[Putin would] rather have a puppet as president of the United States. TRUMP: No puppet. No puppet. CLINTON: And it's pretty clear... TRUMP: You're the puppet! CLINTON: It's pretty clear you won't admit ... TRUMP: No, you're the puppet. It is easy to form our opinions of the debate and on the differences between the Presidential candidates on excerpts like this and memorable one-liners. But are small extracts representative of the debate as a whole? Moreover, how can we objectively analyse ...