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About the article
Ruina Chen is Associate Professor in the Department of Foreign Languages at Guizhou University, and she is also a PhD candidate in the Department of Linguistics at Zhejiang University. Her research interests are discourse analysis, forensic linguistics and quantitative linguistics. Her most recent publications are in the Journal of Quantitative Linguistics and Digital Scholarship in the Humanities.
Haitao Liu is a Qiushi-distinguished Professor of Linguistics and Applied Linguistics at Zhejiang University and Chair Professor of Linguistics at Ningbo Institute of Technology. His research interests include text quantitative analysis, quantitative linguistics and language complex networks. He is the author of over 150 scientific publications about language and linguistics, more than 40 publications indexed within the Web of Science.
Published Online: 2016-06-21
Published in Print: 2016-07-01