New blog post: Dr. Mattia Samory writes about the “Call Me Sexist But” Dataset


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Dr. Mattia Samory: The “Call Me Sexist But” Dataset

Have you ever wondered if a message you sent may be received as sexist? Did you ask yourself how could you have made it better? To take concrete steps towards understanding what, really, is sexist, a group of researchers curated a dataset of over 10.000 tweets to enable researchers to study the multiple ways sexism appears in day-to-day communication.

DOI: 10.34879/gesisblog.2021.52