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One Hundred Years of Russian Drama. Using the Corpus Method to Analyze Dramatic Text

Student: German Palchikov

Supervisor: Alexander Piperski

Faculty: Institute of Education

Educational Programme: Philological Hermeneutics of School Literary Education Programme (Master)

Year of Graduation: 2018

This work is an attempt to generalize and describe the available information on the possibilities of using the buildings in humanitarian studies. In the course of the work, we found out that the hull method is suitable and quite convenient, and most importantly - reliable and promising for researchers of the digital environment. We described the principle of the work of linguistic and dramatic corps, revealed some possibilities for a network approach to studying the history of Russian dramatic texts and their content, and also used various statistical methods of digital analysis for Russian plays written from 1750-1930 in their own research. Undoubtedly, the work is more of an overview nature and does not pretend to have deep analytical conclusions. However, we consider our work to be important and quite relevant in modern scientific discourse.

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