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Consider the LVD category SURE (similar to the Harvard category OVERSTATE), which contains words indicating certainty, sureness, and firmness. Words such as certainly, sure, and emphatically fit the definition quite well. But what about authoritative and doctrinaire, which in one thesaurus are also listed under "certainty"? In the LVD, authoritative is categorized with words indicating a concern with authoritative power (POWER-AUTHORITATIVE), whereas doctrinaire is categorized with words indicating a concern with doctrines and ideologies (POWERDOCTRINE).
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Nevertheless, noticeable differences exist. Economic and health are ranked 6th and 18th in the Carter platform, whereas in the Ford platform economic ranks only 23rd and health is not among the most frequent words. Comparison of the 1976 with the 1980 platforms reveals striking differences. Soviet, military, and defense rank high in Reagan's platform but are not among the most frequent words in either of the 1976 platforms. Soviet ranks 33rd in the 1980 Carter platform, but the other two words fail to make this short list.
Basic Content Analysis by Robert Philip, Weber