Authorship, digital humanities, rhetoric, writing studies, copyright
Arts and Humanities | Digital Humanities
Kennedy and Long tackle questions related to the treatment of digital texts as evidence of writing activity, where the object of inquiry is the author and authorship more generally. With sections on extracting, coding, and visualizing data, they offer a useful set of methods that can form the core of a study or be recruited to triangulate analysis of primary source materials.
Kennedy, K., and Long, S. "The Trees within the Forest: Extracting, Coding, and Visualizing Subjective Data in Authorship Studies." In Rhetoric and the Digital Humanities, edited by Jim Ridolfo and William Hart-Davidson, 140-151. Chicago: The University of Chicago Press, 2015.
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