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How Much Do Sociologists Write About Economic Topics? Using Big Data to Test Some Conventional Views in Economic Sociology, 1890 to 2014

Sociological self-understanding is that the frequency of economic topics in sociology has peaked twice: first during the classical era between 1890 and 1920 and second af-ter Mark Granovetter’s often cited 1985 article. This paper tests this established view using all JSTOR sociology articles... Full description

1st Person: Daoud, Adel
Additional Persons: Kohl, Sebastian
Type of Publication: Paper
Published: Köln Max-Planck-Institut für Gesellschaftsforschung 2016
Series: MPIfG Discussion Paper ; Vol. 16/7
Keywords: new economic sociology > topic modeling > sociology of sociology > computational social science > big data
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