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Sloppy data floods or precise social science methodologies? : Dilemmas in the transition to data-intensive research in sociology and economics


in Virtual Knowledge: Experimenting in the Humanities and the Social Sciences

par Levallois, Clément (1978-....) ; STEINMETZ, Stéphanie ; Wouters, Paul

Édité par MIT Press 2012 - 151-182 P. | En anglais

ISBN : 978-0262517911

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