Sí o no, què penses? Catalonian Independence and Linguistic Identity on Social Media

  title={S{\'i} o no, qu{\`e} penses? Catalonian Independence and Linguistic Identity on Social Media},
  author={Ian Stewart and Yuval Pinter and Jacob Eisenstein},
  • Ian Stewart, Yuval Pinter, Jacob Eisenstein
  • Published in NAACL-HLT 2018
  • Computer Science
  • Political identity is often manifested in language variation, but the relationship between the two is still relatively unexplored from a quantitative perspective. [...] Key Result This suggests a strong role for the Catalan language in the expression of Catalonian political identity.Expand Abstract

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