Sentiment Analysis Task
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- AKA: Subjectivity/Opinion Analysis.
- input: Sentiment Containing Data (such as sentiment questionnaires from public opinion polling).
- output: a Sentiment Analysis Report.
- It can range from being a Heuristic Sentiment Analysis Task to being a Data-Driven Sentiment Analysis Task.
- It can range from being a Sentiment Classification Task to being a Sentiment Clustering Task.
- See: Opinion Word, Sentiment Question.
- (Liu, 2015) ⇒ Bing Liu. (2015). “Sentiment Analysis: Opinions, Sentiment, and Emotion in Text." Cambridge University Press. ISBN:9781107017894
- (Souleles, 2004) ⇒ Nicholas S. Souleles. (2004). “Expectations, Heterogeneous Forecast Errors, and Consumption: Micro evidence from the Michigan consumer sentiment surveys.” In: Journal of Money, Credit and Banking (2004): 39-72.
- (Chandler & Tsai, 2001) ⇒ Charles R. Chandler, and Yung-mei Tsai. (2001). “Social Factors Influencing Immigration Attitudes: an analysis of data from the General Social Survey." The Social Science Journal, 38(2).
- QUOTE: ... We used the white, nonwhite categories in the regression analyses, but race was not found to ... Also, anti-immigration sentiment has remained fairly constant in the US since the early 1980s ... smaller numbers of immigrants, this factor dropped out of sight in the multivariate analysis. ...
- (Schuman, 1972) ⇒ Howard Schuman. (1972). “Two Sources of Antiwar Sentiment in America.” In: American Journal of Sociology.
- ((Wiseman, 1972) ⇒ Frederick Wiseman. (1972). “Methodological Bias in Public Opinion Surveys.” In: Public Opinion Quarterly (1972): 105-108.