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Extralinguistic markers of political affiliation: A corpus analysis of Parler and Twitter ------------------------------------------------------------------------ By Kelly Kendro, Mary Akbary, Abby Almas, & Scott Jarvis *Linguistics, University of Utah* ---------- Thank you for visiting our AAAL 2023 poster presentation on OSF! You can view our [abstract][1], [poster][2], [poster references][3], and [materials used for analysis][4] in this OSF repository. While our lists of trigrams with nonstandard capitalization in each corpus are not yet publicly available, we are happy to share information about how we cleaned the original data found in publicly available corpora of Twitter and Parler. If you have any questions or comments about our project, please contact Kelly by email at We look forward to your feedback, both virtual and in person! [1]: [2]: [3]: [4]:
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