DIGITAL ENQUIRIES: NARRATIVISATION OF SOURCES IN EUROPEAN INTEGRATION HISTORY

Abstract : The article deals with combined analysis methods related to White's concept of "narrativisation" and applied to a digital collection in European integration history. In the first part, the analysis implies the use of concepts like "narrativisation", "emplotment", "referential illusion" proposed by theorists like Hayden White, Paul Ricœur and Roland Barthes for the study of historical texts. In the second part, elements of computational processing (network text analysis, corpus analysis, named entity recognition) are performed to test the theoretical assumptions formulated in the previous sections.
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Florentina Armaselu. DIGITAL ENQUIRIES: NARRATIVISATION OF SOURCES IN EUROPEAN INTEGRATION HISTORY. "Narrative Matters 2014: Narrative Knowing/Récit et Savoir", Jun 2014, Paris, France. ⟨hal-01099478⟩

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