A Holistic Framework for Analyzing the COVID-19 Vaccine Debate

  title={A Holistic Framework for Analyzing the COVID-19 Vaccine Debate},
  author={Maria Leonor Pacheco and Tunazzina Islam and Monal Mahajan and Andrey Shor and Ming Yin and Pallavi V. Kulkarni and Dan Goldwasser},
The Covid-19 pandemic has led to infodemic of low quality information leading to poor health decisions. Combating the outcomes of this infodemic is not only a question of identifying false claims, but also reasoning about the decisions individuals make.In this work we propose a holistic analysis framework connecting stance and reason analysis, and fine-grained entity level moral sentiment analysis. We study how to model the dependencies between the different level of analysis and incorporate… 

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