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With the increase in the time spent at home, social media platforms' role has become an integral part of the public discussion in the COVID-19 period. Individuals use social media platforms to express their emotions, interact, and engage in public debate. Therefore, it is essential to analyze social media platforms for those wanting to understand public opinion during the pandemic. This thesis is the first study that examines the Turkish Twitter-sphere to understand the change in public opinionarXiv:2206.13742v1 fatcat:ec32llboozh5rfq6q7zngvacgi