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RuSentiment: An Enriched Sentiment Analysis Dataset for Social Media in Russian
RuSentiment, a new dataset for sentiment analysis of social media posts in Russian, and a new set of comprehensive annotation guidelines that are extensible to other languages are presented.
Combining Network and Language Indicators for Tracking Conflict Intensity
A random-walk based measure of graph polarization, text-based sentiment analysis, and the corresponding shift in word meaning and use by the opposing sides of social or political conflict are looked at.
Cognitive Poetics and Cultural Memory: Russian Literary Mnemonics
Note on Transliteration and Translations Acknowledgments Introduction 1: Mnemonic Critics: Conceptual Metaphor in Literary Judgments 2: Mnemonic Readers: The Literary Canon and Mnemonic Survival 3:
Tracking Bias in News Sources Using Social Media: the Russia-Ukraine Maidan Crisis of 2013–2014
This paper reconceptualizes bias in terms of how likely a given article is to be shared or liked by each of the opposing sides in news articles published during a political or social conflict to create a silver-standard corpus based on the actions of users in social media.
Who Was the Author of the First Book (or Rather Booklet) on Pushkin
Introduction The publication of Pushkin's Boris Godunov gave rise to a heated polemic in the criticism of the time. In May 1831 one of the first negative responses to the tragedy--and an especially
Just What Word Did Mandel ’ shtam Forget ?
To the extent that memorability is one of the poet’s chief (even if unconscious) concerns, poetic composition may be seen as a kind of mnemonic “reverse engineering” that utilizes the very operating