Yukun Yang

Yukun Yang
Police Foundation

Master of Science in Information Science

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4
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Citations
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4 Research Items
6 Citations
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Education
August 2018 - May 2020
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Field of study
  • Information Science

Publications

Publications (4)
Conference Paper
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Musicalization of the culture" is the social science concept proposed by American philosopher George Stainer. He depicted the glooming future of music-it would become omnipresent while having increasing volume, repetitiveness, and monotony, which are ascribed to the debase of literal aesthetics. Although research that relates to one or some of thes...
Article
Online moderation is apropos to community curation as a way to fight against malicious behaviors bristling on User‐Generated Content (UGC)‐based Social Network Sites (SNS). Given the current research gap on voluntary moderation from the perspectives of power misuse, we investigate how power abuse by a moderator would affect the community dynamics i...
Article
Privacy issues on social media are becoming an increasing area of concern. Paradoxically, some netizens are actively divulging their privacy online. Noticeably, some information is specifically guilt-related, though confession online is considered irrational. This preliminary study strives to understand this guilty information disclosure behavior t...
Poster
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Privacy issues on social media are becoming an increasing area of concern. Paradoxically, some netizens are actively divulging their privacy online. Noticeably, some information is specifically guilt-related, though confession online is considered irrational. This preliminary study strives to understand this guilty information disclosure behavior t...

Questions

Question (1)
Question
Hello,
I want to do some text mining of tweets. One of the questions is to understand people's expression of sympathy/empathy. I don't know if there're any ways to quantitatively do this?
Specifically, are there any lexicon dictionaries? For example, for moral foundation theories, there is a dictionary to do the detection. For sentiment analysis, there're also many lexicons or packages to achieve this.
Or, are there any pre-trained models or classifiers that can achieve this job?
Thanks in advance.

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