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Proceedings of the Workshop Knowledge Resources for the Socio-Economic Sciences and Humanities
When people or organizations provide information, they make choices regarding what they include and how they represent it. These two aspects combined (the content and the stance) represent a perspective. Investigating perspectives can provide useful insights into the reliability of information, changes in viewpoints over time, shared beliefs among social or political groups and contrasts with other groups, etc. This paper introduces GRaSP, a generic framework for modeling perspectives and their sources.doi:10.26615/978-954-452-040-3_003 fatcat:jkfzm3humnbhrmyerzr2ulfrwi