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Title

Digging into Data: Methods for the Collection and Mining of Various Types of Linguistic Data

Dates

5-6 September 2023

Organizer(s)

M. Mark Iten, UNIL

Mme Beatriz Duarte Wirth, UNIL

Mme Andrea Grütter, UZH

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Description

This workshop will focus on different methods for data collection and data mining in linguistic research, including the challenges, advantages, shortcomings, complementary value, etc. and their ethical implications. Selected questions that will be addressed during this workshop are as follows: 1. How have recent developments in digital humanities (e.g., large scale digitization of hitherto unknown manuscript material (diachronic) or social media data (synchronic) affected the way in which we approach data from a linguistic perspective? More specifically, do these developments introduce 'bad data' challenges and/or resolve existing 'bad data' problems? 2. What impact does copyright, ethics, privacy, anonymization, reusability, server storage, terms of condition, etc. have on the planification and execution of data collection and mining? 3. How have linguistic interviews, experiments, questionnaires, ethical considerations evolved and changed the approaches to data collection in linguistic research as a result of the recent (mandatory) move towards digitization/hybrid/online research? This workshop is primarily aimed at junior researchers (MA, PhD, Post-Doc) working in the field of linguistics with a particular focus on psycholinguistics, historical (socio-)linguistics and computer-mediated communication in any language, but will be of interest to more senior scholars alike.

Location

UNIL

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Deadline for registration 05.09.2023
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