Verbal Aggression in Political Discourse

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A corpus-based study of the boundary between opinion and hatespeech in Belgian French- speaking online political discourse

Barbara De Cock, Pauline Dupret, Philippe Hambye & Andrea Pizarro PedrazaUniversité catholique de Louvain

barbara.decock@uclouvain.be
@barbaradecock
http://www.uclouvain.be/barbara.decock

[long paper]

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Sentiment Analysis of hatred speech towards female politicians on Twitter during the UK elections ★

Carla Fernández MelendresKing’s College London
Aroa Orrequia BareaUniversidad de Jaén

carla.fernandez_melendres@kcl.ac.uk
@carlafdzzz

orrequia@ujaen.es
@OrrequiaAroa
https://www.ujaen.es/departamentos/filing/contactos/orrequia-barea-aroa

[short paper]

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What counts as trolling? – A corpus-based analysis of the discourse around the communicative actions associated with perceived trolling in the comment threads of British political blogs

Marton Petyko Aston University

m.petyko@aston.ac.uk
https://research.aston.ac.uk/en/persons/marton-petyko

[short paper]