Essays about: "demographic factors"

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  1. 1. EUROSCEPTICISM IN THE WESTERN BALKANS: A CAUSE FOR CONCERN? A micro-level analysis using cross-sectional data of Euroscepticism in the Western Balkan EUcandidate countries.

    University essay from Göteborgs universitet/Statsvetenskapliga institutionen

    Author : Jonathan Giedraitis; [2021-02-04]
    Keywords : Euroscepticism; the Western Balkans; EU-candidates; Utilitarian factors; Political factors; Identity-based factors; European integration;

    Abstract : This Bachelor’s thesis aims to contribute to the micro-level research on socio-demographicand attitudinal factors to Euroscepticism in the 4 Western Balkan candidate countries using aquantitative framework with cross-sectional data. The thesis focuses on utilitarian, politicaland identity-based factors. READ MORE

  2. 2. Data Segmentation Using NLP: Gender and Age

    University essay from Uppsala universitet/Avdelningen för datalogi; Uppsala universitet/Avdelningen för datalogi

    Author : Gustav Demmelmaier; Carl Westerberg; [2021]
    Keywords : Natural language processing; NLP; sentiment analysis; machine learning; demographics; demographic factors; gender; age; ethics;

    Abstract : Natural language processing (NLP) opens the possibilities for a computer to read, decipher, and interpret human languages to eventually use it in ways that enable yet further understanding of the interaction and communication between the human and the computer. When appropriate data is available, NLP makes it possible to determine not only the sentiment information of a text but also information about the author behind an online post. READ MORE

  3. 3. Political Information & Ethnic Voting : A study on the impact of political information on ethnic voting behavior in Africa

    University essay from Uppsala universitet/Statsvetenskapliga institutionen

    Author : Adina Martin; [2021]
    Keywords : ethnic voting; Kenya; Africa; political information; voting behaviour; voting behavior; informational shortcuts; ethnic cues; ethnic heuristics; Conroy-Krutz;

    Abstract : ​Does political information lower the incidence of ethnic voting in Africa? Even though a significant amount of research has been dedicated to African ethnic voting behaviour,​not much capacity has been dedicated to studying the function of ethnic cues as informational shortcuts. Considering voters use cognitive shortcuts like party affiliations or ideology when making decisions, it is also plausible that voters in elections characterized by ethnic voting use demographic cues in lieu of more comprehensive information. READ MORE

  4. 4. Dislike for insects align with human-centered and anti-egalitarian beliefs

    University essay from Högskolan Kristianstad/Fakulteten för lärarutbildning

    Author : Nanette Nygårds; [2021]
    Keywords : Animal charisma; social identity; equality; biodiversity; anthropocentrism; ethnocentrism; nature relatedness; interspecies model of prejudice;

    Abstract : An outgroup can be defined as that which is perceived as different or dissimilar from oneself. The Interspecies Model of Prejudice (TIMP) predicts that negativity to human outgroups align with animal negativity. Human-centered and anti-egalitarian beliefs have shown to correlate with outgroup rejection. READ MORE

  5. 5. Mental health during the covid19 pandemic in Sweden, as an interaction between personality and contextual factors

    University essay from Lunds universitet/Institutionen för psykologi

    Author : Benjamin Bratz; Olivia Olsson; [2021]
    Keywords : covid19; Sweden; mental health; personality; psychological flexibility; context; interaction; psykisk hälsa; personlighet; psykologisk flexibilitet; kontext; interaktion; Social Sciences;

    Abstract : The covid19 pandemic has presented great challenges to mental health globally, in part due to restrictions implemented in the wake of the pandemic; such as social distancing, but also due to the fear and psychological distress associated with living during times of crisis. Prior studies have contributed to explaining covid19’s effects on mental health by addressing either personality-based or contextual factors. READ MORE