Zoltán Kmetty, PhD, is a postdoc at the Hungarian Academy of Sciences Centre for Social Sciences; and a senior lecturer at the Eötvös Loránd University Faculty of Social Sciences. Ha has diverse research interest including political sociology, network studies and suicide research. He is an expert of methodology, survey design and quantitative analysis. . The last 3 years he started to deal with Big Data analysis and text mining more intensively. His postdoc position at HAS CSS-Recens research group is also strongly linked to CSS and text mining. He has published several papers in high quality international journals like Social Networks (IF: 2.5), Journal of European Public Policy (IF:2.9) Crisis (IF: 2.1) and East European Journal of Politics and Societies (IF: 0.8).
Martina Katalin Szabó, Orsolya Ring, Balázs Nagy, László Kiss, Júlia Koltai, Gábor Berend, László Vidács, Attila Gulyás and Zoltán Kmetty (2020): Exploring the Dynamic Changes of Key Concepts of the Hungarian Socialist Era with Natural Language Processing Methods. Historical Methods. (forthcoming)
Julia Koltai, Zoltán Kmetty, Károly Bozsonyi (2020): From Durkheim to machine learning – finding the relevant sociological content in a social media discourse. In: Tamás Rudas – Gábor, Péli (editors.) Pathways Between Social Science and Computational Social Science – Therories, Methods and Interpretations. New York, NY, Springer. (forthcoming)
Kostadinova, T., & Kmetty, Z. (2019). Corruption and political participation in Hungary: Testing models of civic engagement. East European Politics and Societies, 33(3), 555-578.
Kmetty, Z., Tardos, R., Albert, F., & Dávid, B. (2018). Mapping social milieus and cohesion patterns between 1997 and 2014. Exploiting the potential of the occupational position generator. Social Networks, 55, 116-129.
Kmetty, Zoltán ; Koltai, Júlia ; Bokányi, Eszter ; Bozsonyi, Károly (2017): Seasonality Pattern of Suicides in the US: A Comparative Analysis of a Twitter Based Bad-mood Index and Committed Suicides INTERSECTIONS: EAST EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF SOCIETY AND POLITICS 3 : 1 pp. 56-75. , 20 p.