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An Impossible Dialogue! Nominal Utterances and Populist Rhetoric in an Italian Twitter Corpus of Hate Speech against Immigrants

Gloria Comandini, Viviana Patti
2019 Proceedings of the Third Workshop on Abusive Language Online   unpublished
human-in-the-loop solutions that rely on crowd workers' ratings along with automated moderation, and embedding the evaluations of models into the cultural fabric.  ...  anonymous reviewers for many useful comments, and to Elise Fehn Unsvåg, Vebjørn Isaksen, Steve Durairaj Swamy, Anupam Jamatia, and Amitava Das for many insightful discussions and experiments on hate speech detection  ...  Lexicon Acquisition Method Since a broad-coverage lexicon of obscene German (ranging on an interval from neutral to vulgar) is missing, we decided on a weakly supervised approach to lexicon acquisition  ... 
doi:10.18653/v1/w19-3518 fatcat:liwo47b4kzblhifxy7gn4lrifq

The Court-Martial of Mother Jones

Fletcher Smith, Edward M. Steel
1997 The Arkansas Historical Quarterly  
After parading the platform of the depot with Maj.  ...  When the trial resumed on Monday, the Burns detective was the first witness, but M.F. Matheny did not get very far with his cross-examination.  ...  On next day these gentlemen were seen going to the train with the dress suitcases-Sunday morning. They crossed with the dress suitcases and then he met them.  ... 
doi:10.2307/40027898 fatcat:baz6wflcijflflyolmykrwaphy

The governing of children: Social policy for children and young persons in New Zealand 1840-1982 [article]

Dugald Jan McDonald, University Of Canterbury
2010
• 1840-1879, in which the child is portrayed as a chattel of its caretakers and generally bereft of social rights; • 1880-1913, the period of the child as a protected person, guarded by the state but with  ...  Adherence to a particularist model denies the legitimacy of cross-area interventions and is usually associated with minimum governmental control.  ...  The expectation was that consultation with families, revealing the problem and agreeing upon a course of action would in many cases be more fruitful than an adversary-type court hearing.  ... 
doi:10.26021/3832 fatcat:ncvrqgxunveqzof3fzhoix5wia

Econ Journal Watch Scholarly Comments on Academic Economics

Daniel Klein, Ryan Daza, Hannah Mead, Niclas Berggren, Jason Briggeman, Benny Carlson, Viviana Giovinazzo, Ib Eriksen, J Hammond, E Pasour, Arild Saether
unpublished
Nash took one elective course in international economics taught by Bert Hoselitz.  ...  Another condition is that views were expressed in print, as were those of Franco Modigliani in his late teenage years.  ...  He went to Yale for his bachelor's degree and graduated in 1935 with a B.S. in mathematics.  ... 
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