COST Action CA17132 - APPLY
European Network for Argumentation and Public Policy Analysis

COST Action      Horizon 2020

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In depth case study of the implementation of coordinating mechanisms for Italy

Fiscal rules in Italy and in the European Union. Interview notes taken by researchers in Italian, also translated into English. These data were collected in the context of the First Run – Fiscal Rules and Strategies under Externalities and Uncertainties project, funded by the Horizon 2020 Framework Programme of the European Union (Project ID 649261). Restricted access – contact author…

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25 Interviews with managers of low-carbon transition businesses in Portugal. A preliminary annotation has been carried out using Atlas.ti but is still subject to confirmation by the researchers.

21 interviews in English, 4 in Portuguese. Mean interview time about 110 mins. Conducted in the second half of 2017. Transcribed verbatim. Partly annotated and the parts annotated are used for publications. Restricted access – contact author for more information or specific conditions [Doi: 10.1016/j.techsoc.2020.101244]

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UKP Sentential Argument Mining Corpus

The corpus consists of more than 25,000 sentences over eight topics with high quality annotations done by crowdworkers. Each sentence is annotated as either an argument, including the stance towards the topic (pro or con), or no argument. The sentences origin from heterogeneous text types and the eight topics allow for cross-topic experiments.

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Argotario: Fallacies in argumentation

An important skill in critical thinking and argumentation is the ability to spot and recognize fallacies. Fallacious arguments, omnipresent in argumentative discourse, can be deceptive, manipulative, or simply leading to `wrong moves’ in a discussion. This corpus contains English and German fallacious arguments collected through the serious-game Argotario. Each argument is labeled as non-fallacious or containing exactly one type of…

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Argument Reasoning Comprehension

Reasoning is a crucial part of natural language argumentation. To comprehend an argument, one must analyze its warrant, which explains why its claim follows from its premises. As arguments are highly contextualized, warrants are usually presupposed and left implicit. Thus, the comprehension does not only require language understanding and logic skills, but also depends on common sense. We provide a…

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Alma

A French high-school pupil, wins the national competition of argumentation for human rights (yearly held in Caen) with a speech about the rights of the elderly. The corpus is constituted by the first section of the speech, in which she relates a shocking visit to a home for the elderly. The corpus has been transcripted according to CLAPI conventions (ICOR-Lyon).…

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Political press conferences

The corpus includes press conferences coming from the European Central Bank, the European Parliament, NATO, and also the White House. All the conferences include the speech given by politicians and also journalists’ interventions. Restricted access – contact author for more information or specific conditions

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Mediation

This is a corpus composed of cases of conflict resolution through dispute mediation in various interpersonal conflicts. Part of the corpus has been collected by Chiara Jermini-Martinez Soria in the framework of the project RefraMe – The inferential dynamics of reframing within dispute mediators’ argumentation, funded by the Swiss National Science Foundation, Grant 10001C_170004). The corpus is annotated regarding the…

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Migrants in transition

Interviews to migrant women with children all living in the greater London area. The interviews were done in 2010 and 2011 with the aim to study transition processes and inner dialogue (inner decision-making) through a lens of argumentation. This corpus has been the basis for different studies on inner argumentation. It also offers a perspective on international migration seen from…

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MEPs on Twitter

This corpus consists of a collection of tweets of Members of the European Parliament and candidates at the European Elections of 2014 and 2019, coming from Belgium, France, Spain and the United Kingdom. The tweets are classified per account. Restricted access – contact author for more information or specific conditions

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