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Balancing Traditional Research with Computational Social Science: Pew Research Center

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Pew Research Center's Claudia Dean, Vice-President of Research, Aaron Smith, Associate Director, Patrick van Kessel, Senior Data Scientist, and Katerina Metsa, Associate Director–journalism research, discuss how traditional research and computation social science methods are used, including an overview of the Pew Research Center objectives, research methods commonly used and how it is changing, the use of multidisciplinary approaches, treating text as data, an example of current research, and why collaboration is important in research.

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