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Elena Musi
Elena Musi
Associate Professor (Senior Lecturer), University of Liverpool
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Analyzing the semantic types of claims and premises in an online persuasive forum
C Hidey, E Musi, A Hwang, S Muresan, K McKeown
Proceedings of the 4th Workshop on Argument Mining, 2017
1322017
Towards feasible guidelines for the annotation of argument schemes
E Musi, D Ghosh, S Muresan
Proceedings of the third workshop on argument mining (ArgMining2016), 82-93, 2016
522016
How did you change my view? A corpus-based study of concessions’ argumentative role
E Musi
Discourse Studies 20 (2), 270-288, 2018
322018
Discovering argumentative patterns in energy polylogues: A macroscope for argument mining
E Musi, M Aakhus
Argumentation 32, 397-430, 2018
282018
A multi-layer annotated corpus of argumentative text: From argument schemes to discourse relations
E Musi, M Stede, L Kriese, S Muresan, A Rocci
Proceedings of the Eleventh International Conference on Language Resources …, 2018
272018
Developing fake news immunity: fallacies as misinformation triggers during the pandemic
E Musi, M Aloumpi, E Carmi, S Yates, K O'Halloran
Online Journal of Communication and Media Technologies 12 (3), 2022
222022
From fallacies to semi-fake news: Improving the identification of misinformation triggers across digital media
E Musi, C Reed
Discourse & Society 33 (3), 349-370, 2022
212022
Verbs of Appearance and Argument Schemes: Italian Sembrare as an Argumentative Indicator
J Miecznikowski, E Musi
Reflections on theoretical issues in argumentation theory, 259-278, 2015
212015
Identifying how COVID-19 related misinformation reacts to the announcement of the UK national lockdown: An interrupted time-series study
M Green, E Musi, F Darlington Pollock, C Kypridemos, A Morse, P Rossini, ...
Big Data and Society, 2021
192021
Evidential modals at the semantic-argumentative interface: Appearance verbs as indicators of defeasible argumentation
E Musi
Informal Logic 34 (4), 417-442, 2014
182014
Multitask Instruction-based Prompting for Fallacy Recognition
SM Tariq Alhindi, Tuhin Chakrabarty, Elena Musi
Proceedings of the 2022 Conference on Empirical Methods in Natural Language …, 2022
17*2022
Framing fracking: Semantic frames as meta-argumentative indicators for knowledge-driven argument mining of controversies
E Musi, M Aakhus
Journal of Argumentation in Context 8 (1), 112-135, 2019
162019
ChangeMyView through concessions: Do concessions increase persuasion?
E Musi, D Ghosh, S Muresan
arXiv preprint arXiv:1806.03223, 2018
162018
Rubric reliability and annotation of content and argument in source-based argument essays
Y Gao, A Driban, BX McManus, E Musi, P Davies, S Muresan, ...
Proceedings of the fourteenth workshop on innovative use of NLP for building …, 2019
142019
Interpreting verbal irony: Linguistic strategies and the connection to the type of semantic incongruity
D Ghosh, E Musi, K Upasani, S Muresan
Proceedings of the Society for Computation in Linguistics: 3 (9), 2019
132019
Trust-repair strategies in crisis rhetorical (sub-) arenas: an argumentative perspective
R Palmieri, E Musi
International Journal of Strategic Communication 14 (4), 272-293, 2020
122020
Evidently epistential adverbs are argumentative indicators: A corpus-based study
E Musi, A Rocci
Argument & Computation 8 (2), 175-192, 2017
122017
Developing misinformation immunity: How to reason-check fallacious news in a human–computer interaction environment
E Musi, E Carmi, C Reed, S Yates, K O’Halloran
Social Media+ Society 9 (1), 20563051221150407, 2023
82023
Semantic change from space-time to contrast: the case of Italian adversative connectives
E Musi
Folia linguistica 50 (1), 1-30, 2016
72016
Staying up to date with fact and reason checking: an argumentative analysis of outdated news
E Musi, A Rocci
The Pandemic of Argumentation. Cham: Springer, 311-330, 2022
62022
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