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Identifying Populist Paragraphs in Text: A machine-learning approach

by   Jogilė Ulinskaitė, et al.

Abstract: In this paper we present an approach to develop a text-classification model which would be able to identify populist content in text. The developed BERT-based model is largely successful in identifying populist content in text and produces only a negligible amount of False Negatives, which makes it well-suited as a content analysis automation tool, which shortlists potentially relevant content for human validation.


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