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A Long Normative History of a Statistical Category in the U.K

, Arunachalam Dharmalingam, »Contextualizing Categories: Towards a Critical Reflexive Demography«, in: Simon Szreter, Hania Sholkamy, Arunachalam Dharmalingam (eds.), Categories and Contexts. Anthropological and Historical Studies in Critical Demography, Oxford 2004, p.3–32, at p. 20. See also Simon Szreter, »The Genesis of the Registrar-General’s Social Classification of Occupations«, in: British Journal of Sociology 35 (1984), p.522–546; Szreter, Simon, »The Official Representation of Social Classes in Britain, the United States, and France. The Professional model and ‘Les

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Feeling like a State. The Sentiments Tide of Swiss Diplomacy through the Eye of the Algorithm

similar historical event detection, see Yuanjun Gao et al.: Mining Events with Declassified Diplomatic Documents, Cornell 2017, online at: (1. 8. 2018). and the evolution of diplomatic and administrative practices. The novelty of this line of questioning lies in spanning several fields of research and implies both methodological and theoretical reflexivity to contain its historical object. Our work requires adopting a ›remote reading‹ posture. We shall use ›sentiment analysis‹, a well-known set of computer-assisted methods for

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