Moods and moral values in blog posts

M. Genereux, Roger Evans

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Abstract

In this paper we use a corpus-based approach on blog posts to investigate the relationship between moral values and human well-being in social media. In the process, we look at whether there is a significant gender and age effect with regards to interest in morality and value priority. We find some support for a direct relationship between morality and well-being and a gender/age effect on the extent to which people are interested in moral questions, but no real effect on value priority.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationWACAI 2012, Workshop Affect, Compagnon Artificiel, Interaction
Place of PublicationGrenoble, France
PublisherCNRS
Pages80-85
Number of pages6
Publication statusPublished - 15 Nov 2012
EventWACAI 2012, Workshop Affect, Compagnon Artificiel, Interaction - Grenoble, 15-16 November, 2012
Duration: 15 Nov 2012 → …

Publication series

NameLes rapports de recherche du LIG

Workshop

WorkshopWACAI 2012, Workshop Affect, Compagnon Artificiel, Interaction
Period15/11/12 → …

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Morality
Age effects
Well-being
Moral values
Blogs
Mood
Gender effects
Social media

Bibliographical note

© 2012 The Authors

Keywords

  • blog posts
  • well-being
  • morality

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Genereux, M., & Evans, R. (2012). Moods and moral values in blog posts. In WACAI 2012, Workshop Affect, Compagnon Artificiel, Interaction (pp. 80-85). (Les rapports de recherche du LIG). Grenoble, France: CNRS.
Genereux, M. ; Evans, Roger. / Moods and moral values in blog posts. WACAI 2012, Workshop Affect, Compagnon Artificiel, Interaction. Grenoble, France : CNRS, 2012. pp. 80-85 (Les rapports de recherche du LIG).
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Moods and moral values in blog posts. / Genereux, M.; Evans, Roger.

WACAI 2012, Workshop Affect, Compagnon Artificiel, Interaction. Grenoble, France : CNRS, 2012. p. 80-85 (Les rapports de recherche du LIG).

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Genereux M, Evans R. Moods and moral values in blog posts. In WACAI 2012, Workshop Affect, Compagnon Artificiel, Interaction. Grenoble, France: CNRS. 2012. p. 80-85. (Les rapports de recherche du LIG).