Our members received ÚNKP research grants


Just got the news that three junior members of our research group were awarded a research grant by the New National Excellence Program (ÚNKP). Eszter Katona (The hidden barriers of open competition – using text mining to explore barriers to competition in public procurement, Supervisor: Renáta Németh-Mihály Fazekas), Zsófi Rakovics (Examining the linguistic and political polarisation of parliamentary speeches, Supervisor: Domonkos Sik) and Emese Tímea Tóth (Narrative possibilities framed by political polarisation – sustainability in online media platforms, Supervisor: Renáta Németh) received funding for their work for the next academic year. The topic of Zsófi and Mesi is related to our OTKA research.

Congratulations, Eszti, Zsófi, Mesi!