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The Language of Change: Novel Lexical Semantic Influence Network Identifies Innovations in 19th Century Abolitionist Newspapers

Language matters in media, where even seemingly minor lexical choices can significantly affect how a message is received. In the 1800s in the US, the movement to end slavery found a voice in a number of abolitionist newspapers. Those at the vanguard helped frame a new…

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