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Ideological Phrase Indicators for Classification of Political Discourse Framing on Twitter
Proceedings of the Second Workshop on NLP and Computational Social Science
Politicians carefully word their statements in order to influence how others view an issue, a political strategy called framing. Simultaneously, these frames may also reveal the beliefs or positions on an issue of the politician. Simple language features such as unigrams, bigrams, and trigrams are important indicators for identifying the general frame of a text, for both longer congressional speeches and shorter tweets of politicians. However, tweets may contain multiple unigrams acrossdoi:10.18653/v1/w17-2913 dblp:conf/acl-nlpcss/JohnsonLG17 fatcat:6cipcw5k2zfatnss7464ib4uaq