Search Results for author: Mali Jin

Found 8 papers, 3 papers with code

Who is bragging more online? A large scale analysis of bragging in social media

no code implementations25 Mar 2024 Mali Jin, Daniel Preoţiuc-Pietro, A. Seza Doğruöz, Nikolaos Aletras

Bragging is the act of uttering statements that are likely to be positively viewed by others and it is extensively employed in human communication with the aim to build a positive self-image of oneself.

Dimensions of Online Conflict: Towards Modeling Agonism

1 code implementation6 Nov 2023 Matt Canute, Mali Jin, hannah holtzclaw, Alberto Lusoli, Philippa R Adams, Mugdha Pandya, Maite Taboada, Diana Maynard, Wendy Hui Kyong Chun

Agonism plays a vital role in democratic dialogue by fostering diverse perspectives and robust discussions.

Examining Temporal Bias in Abusive Language Detection

no code implementations25 Sep 2023 Mali Jin, Yida Mu, Diana Maynard, Kalina Bontcheva

The use of abusive language online has become an increasingly pervasive problem that damages both individuals and society, with effects ranging from psychological harm right through to escalation to real-life violence and even death.

Abusive Language

Examining Temporalities on Stance Detection towards COVID-19 Vaccination

no code implementations10 Apr 2023 Yida Mu, Mali Jin, Kalina Bontcheva, Xingyi Song

It is crucial for policymakers to have a comprehensive understanding of the public's stance towards vaccination on a large scale.

Stance Classification Stance Detection

VaxxHesitancy: A Dataset for Studying Hesitancy towards COVID-19 Vaccination on Twitter

1 code implementation17 Jan 2023 Yida Mu, Mali Jin, Charlie Grimshaw, Carolina Scarton, Kalina Bontcheva, Xingyi Song

Annotated data is also necessary for training data-driven models for more nuanced analysis of attitudes towards vaccination.

Language Modelling

Modeling the Severity of Complaints in Social Media

1 code implementation NAACL 2021 Mali Jin, Nikolaos Aletras

The speech act of complaining is used by humans to communicate a negative mismatch between reality and expectations as a reaction to an unfavorable situation.

Complaint Identification in Social Media with Transformer Networks

no code implementations COLING 2020 Mali Jin, Nikolaos Aletras

Complaining is a speech act extensively used by humans to communicate a negative inconsistency between reality and expectations.

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