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Newspapers, travel diaries, policy documents and even fiction offer rich material capturing relationships between people and surroundings. A new book explores the possibilities and advances in computational analysis of natural language – for newcomers to the field as well as for experienced researchers.
The book is designed to be of interest to newcomers to the field and experienced researchers, and set out in a way that it can be used as an accompanying text for graduate level courses in, for example, geography, environmental history or the digital humanities.
Ross S. Purves, Olga Koblet, Benjamin Adams (eds.) 2022. Unlocking Environmental Narratives: Towards Understanding Human Environment Interactions through Computational Text Analysis. London: Ubiquity Press.
Download it, completely free, in multiple formats: https://doi.org/10.5334/bcs