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Deswarte, Richard
Languages: English
Types: Unknown
Subjects: HIS, POL
A case study of the use of web archives for historical research, focusing on British Euroscepticism.
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    • 2 Roderick Floud, An Introduction to Quantitative Methods for Historians (2nd edn., London, 1979); Peter M. Nardi, Doing Survey Research: a Guide to Quantitative Methods (Boston, Mass., 2003); Pat Hudson, History by Numbers: an Introduction to Quantitative Approaches (London, 2000).
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    • 8 Ben-David and Huurdeman, 'Web Archive search as research', pp. 93-111; Richard Rogers, Digital Methods (Cambridge, Mass., 2013) (see, in particular, 'The website as archived object', pp. 61-82).
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