by Andrew E Smith
Using a nice feature in Google Scholar which allows one to sort the found articles by date, I discovered several very interesting papers which have come out in the last two years. I have listed their details below.
The article by Gurney (Gurney, M. 2017) is a great example of how Leximancer excels at identifying framing effects in the written word. Framing is one of the most powerful weapons deployed in modern public debate. The way an issue or a person is framed by media or by commentators can either demonise or approve them in the minds of the general public. Tversky and Kahneman performed a great deal of foundational research on framing, but today, with the rise of global propaganda machines, framing is perhaps the biggest threat to the rational ordering of our societies.
The article by Kim and Kim (Kim, D., & Kim, S. 2017) is a tour de force of content analysis in its many forms, from qualitative sense-making to quantitative correlation analysis. I recommend this article as a training resource for performing any form of content analysis.
The article by Zhang (Zhang, Y. 2017) is a powerful and interesting analysis of Sina Weibo communities.
SUSTAINABLE SUPPLY CHAIN BASED ON NEWS ARTICLES AND SUSTAINABILITY REPORTS: TEXT MINING WITH LEXIMANCER AND DICTION.
Kim, D., & Kim, S. (2017). Sustainable supply chain based on news articles and sustainability reports: Text mining with Leximancer and DICTION. Sustainability, 9(6), 1008. https://doi.org/10.3390/su9061008
DIGITAL RELIGION IN CHINA: A COMPARATIVE PERSPECTIVE ON BUDDHISM AND CHRISTIANITY'S ONLINE PUBLICS IN SINA WEIBO.
Zhang, Y. (2017). Digital Religion in China: A Comparative Perspective on Buddhism and Christianity's Online Publics in Sina Weibo. Journal of Religion, Media and Digital Culture, 6(1), 44-67. Article
THE EVOLUTION AND PROSPECTS OF SERVICE-DOMINANT LOGIC: AN INVESTIGATION OF PAST, PRESENT, AND FUTURE RESEARCH.
Wilden, R., Akaka, M. A., Karpen, I. O., & Hohberger, J. (2017). The Evolution and Prospects of Service-Dominant Logic: An Investigation of Past, Present, and Future Research. Journal of Service Research, 20(4), 345-361. doi: 10.1177/1094670517715121 Article
WHAT’S IN A CONCEPT? A LEXIMANCER TEXT MINING ANALYSIS OF PHYSICAL LITERACY ACROSS THE INTERNATIONAL LITERATURE.
Hyndman, B., & Pill, S. (2017). What’s in a concept? A Leximancer text mining analysis of physical literacy across the international literature. European Physical Education Review, 1356336X17690312. Article
ANDREW BOLT AND THE DISCOURSE OF ‘SCEPTICISM’ IN THE AUSTRALIAN CLIMATE CHANGE DEBATE: A ‘DISTANT READING’ APPROACH USING LEXIMANCER.
Gurney, M. (2017). Andrew Bolt and the discourse of ‘scepticism’ in the Australian climate change debate: a ‘distant reading’ approach using Leximancer. Global Media Journal: Australian Edition, 11(2). Article