And That's A Fact: Distinguishing Factual and Emotional Argumentation in Online Dialogue

@inproceedings{Oraby2015AndTA,
  title={And That's A Fact: Distinguishing Factual and Emotional Argumentation in Online Dialogue},
  author={Shereen Oraby and Lena I. Reed and Ryan Compton and E. Riloff and M. Walker and S. Whittaker},
  booktitle={ArgMining@HLT-NAACL},
  year={2015}
}
We investigate the characteristics of factual and emotional argumentation styles observed in online debates. Using an annotated set of "factual" and "feeling" debate forum posts, we extract patterns that are highly correlated with factual and emotional arguments, and then apply a bootstrapping methodology to find new patterns in a larger pool of unannotated forum posts. This process automatically produces a large set of patterns representing linguistic expressions that are highly correlated… Expand
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