Cosmopolitan Mumbai, Orthodox Delhi, Techcity Bangalore: Understanding City Specific Societal Sentiment

@inproceedings{Reganti2016CosmopolitanMO,
  title={Cosmopolitan Mumbai, Orthodox Delhi, Techcity Bangalore: Understanding City Specific Societal Sentiment},
  author={Aishwarya N. Reganti and Tushar Maheshwari and Upendra Kumar and Amitava Das},
  booktitle={ICON},
  year={2016}
}
The paper reports work on investigating societal sentiment using the Schwartz values and ethics model, and applying it to social media text of users from 20 most populous cities of India to represent geo-specific societal sentiment map of India. For the automatic detection of societal sentiment we propose psycholinguistic analysis, that reveals how a user’s social media behaviour and language is related to his/her ethical practices. India is a multi-cultural country, values and ethics of each… CONTINUE READING

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