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Estimating the Political Orientation of Twitter Users in Homophilic Networks

@inproceedings{Shahrezaye2019EstimatingTP,
  title={Estimating the Political Orientation of Twitter Users in Homophilic Networks},
  author={Morteza Shahrezaye and O. Papakyriakopoulos and J. M. Serrano and Simon Hegelich},
  booktitle={AAAI Spring Symposium: Interpretable AI for Well-being},
  year={2019}
}
  • Morteza Shahrezaye, O. Papakyriakopoulos, +1 author Simon Hegelich
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    AAAI Spring Symposium…
    2019
  • Computer Science
  • There have been many efforts to estimate the political orientation of citizens and political actors. With the burst of online social media use in the last two decades, this topic has undergone major changes. Many researchers and political campaigns have attempted to measure and estimate the political orientation of online social media users. In this paper, we use a combination of metric learning algorithms and label propagation methods to estimate the political orientation of Twitter users. We… CONTINUE READING

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