B.J. (Berrie) van der Molen MA
b.j.vandermolen@uu.nl
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Profiel

Als promovendus verricht Berrie van der Molen onderzoek naar de historische wisselwerking tussen regulatie en publieke debatten over drugs in Nederland. Zijn onderzoek is onderdeel van het NWO project The Imperative of Regulation. Hij behaalde een masterdiploma in Media Studies aan de Universiteit van Amsterdam.

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Alle publicaties
  2017 - Wetenschappelijke publicaties
van der Molen, B.J. (20-01-2017) Invited speaker Historische kranten als "big data" II Den Haag (20-01-2017) Amfetaminen in de Nederlandse kranten. Distant en close reading van het medische discours.
van der Molen, B.J. & Pieters, Toine (27-10-2017). Distant and close reading of Dutch drug debates in historical newspapers - Possibilities and challenges of big data research in historical public debate research. In Arun Somani & Ganesh Deka (Eds.), Big Data Analytics - Tools and Technology for Effective Planning (pp. 373) (390 p.). CRC Press.
  2016 - Wetenschappelijke publicaties
van der Molen, B.J. (25-05-2016) Invited speaker 2nd International Workshop on Computational History and Data-Driven Humanities Dublin (25-05-2016) Lightning talk
van der Molen, B.J., Buitinck, Lars & Pieters, T (2016). The leveled approach - Using and evaluating text mining tools AVResearcherXL and Texcavator for historical research on public perceptions of drugs. IFIP Advances in Information and Communication Technology
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Project:
DReAM: Cross media research of public debates on drugs and regulation
01-05-2017 tot 31-10-2018
Algemene projectbeschrijving 

In this research pilot, historians will test and extend CLARIAH’s recipe AVResearcherXL. We will study the role of historical public debates on drugs and regulation (1945-1990) in newspapers, on radio and television. These debates are shifting in time and often fragmented since drugs (e.g. heroin, amphetamines and cannabis) move between medical, criminal and recreational spheres. We study the historically dynamic relation between governmental drug regulation and public discourse. To do that, we aim to enable our research strategy, which is to trace and understand public debates by alternating between distant reading and close reading, across textual and AV-datasets. AVResearcherXL is primarily developed as a distant reading tool with a focus on media representation research. By enriching the AVResearcherXL recipe with additional CLARIAH components we will make it suitable for alternating cross-media forms of distant and close reading. This will significantly improve the employability of AVRearcherXL for humanities researchers.

Rol: Uitvoerder Financiering
2e geldstroom - overig: Research Pilot CLARIAH-CORE (NWO)
Projectleden
Overige projectleden:
  • dr. Steven Claeyssens (KB)
  • dr. Eva Baaren (NISV)
  • dr. Roeland Ordelman (NISV)

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Nevenfuncties

Member of the Graduate School of the Natural Sciences PhD Council

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Laatst bijgewerkt op 12-12-2017