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Corrélats textuels autour du concept de minéralité dans les vins

Abstract : Minerality has emerged as a widespread term in the language of professionals and wine consumers, yet lacking a precise and broadly shared definition. This contribution studies three parallel corpora, consisting of responses from 1697 consumers, underlining what minerality evokes (or not), how consumers define it and what terms can be considered as synonymous. Two methods are compared, namely Correspondence Analysis on one hand, highlighting the textual salience within each corpus, and clustering of textual networks generated by the renormalized Markov Associativities on the other hand, based on associations between terms. The two analyzes, complementary, distinguish and identify the various consumers’ views regarding the concept of minerality in wines.
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Pascale Deneulin, Laurent Gautier, Yves Y. Le Fur, François Bavaud. Corrélats textuels autour du concept de minéralité dans les vins. 12. journées internationales d'Analyse statistique des données textuelles (JADT), Jun 2014, Paris, France. pp.209-223. ⟨hal-02795216⟩



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