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Understanding social interaction within groups is key to analyzing online communities. Most current work focuses on structural properties: who talks to whom, and how such interactions form larger network structures. The interactions themselves, however, generally take place in the form of natural language -either spoken or written -and one could reasonably suppose that signals manifested in language might also provide information about roles, status, and other aspects of the group's dynamics.doi:10.1145/2187836.2187931 dblp:conf/www/Danescu-Niculescu-MizilLPK12 fatcat:5lkhoos2m5czpky2dyedj6b4k4