John Laudun

John Laudun
University of Louisiana at Lafayette | ULL · Department of English

Doctor of Philosophy

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Over the past decade, TED talks have achieved a high level of cultural currency. In addition to the original event, which continues, the various spino events, e.g. TEDMed or TEDGlobal, and the localized versions (TEDx), there is a TED radio hour on National Public Radio as well as a considerable infrastructure designed to formalize the inclusion of...
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The full text of the article is available at the journal's website: https://culturalanalytics.org/2019/07/ted-talks-as-data/
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Recent work in literary sentiment analysis has suggested that shifts in emotional valence may serve as a reliable proxy for plot movement in novels. The raw sentiment time series of a novel can now be extracted using a variety of different methods, and after extraction, filtering is commonly used to smooth the irregular sentiment time series. Using...
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Folklorists, like most practitioners in a field, understand the history of their discipline through a combination of their own reading and the consensus inherited from their graduate training and professional interactions. Disciplinary history, an effectively oral form of communication, codifies quickly. Highly contingent and random processes becom...
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"Talking shit" is a well-established social activity in many African American speech communities. This study of such talk by one speaker in a small south Louisiana town describes the dynamics of such talk as a negotiation, within a flexible set of forms, of the nature of the relationship between the speaker and the researcher in order to place the...
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Thesis (Ph. D.)--Indiana University, 1999. Includes bibliographical references (leaves 187-200). Microfilm. s
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