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KIPoS @ EVALITA2020: Overview of the Task on KIParla Part of Speech Tagging
The paper describes the first task on Part of Speech tagging of spoken language held at the Evalita evaluation campaign, KIPoS. Benefiting from the availability of a resource of transcribed spoken Italian (i.e. the KIParla corpus), which has been newly annotated and released for KIPoS, the task incl...
SSNCSE-NLP @ EVALITA2020: Textual and Contextual Stance Detection from Tweets Using Machine Learning Approach
Opinions expressed via online social media platforms can be used to analyse the stand taken by the public about any event or topic. Recognizing the stand taken is the stance detection, in this paper an automatic stance detection approach is proposed that uses both deep learning based feature extract...
KonKretiKa @ CONcreTEXT: Computing concreteness indexes with sigmoid transformation and adjustment for context
The present paper is a technical report of KonKretiKa, a system for computation of concreteness indexes of words in context, submitted to the English track of the CONcreTEXT shared task. We treat concreteness as a bimodal problem and compute the concreteness indexes using paradigms of concrete and a...
KLUMSy@KIPoS: Experiments on Part-of-Speech Tagging of Spoken Italian
In this paper, we describe experiments on part-of-speech tagging of spoken Italian that we conducted in the context of the EVALITA 2020 KIPoS shared task (Bosco et al. 2020). Our submission to the shared task is based on SoMeWeTa (Proisl 2018), a tagger which supports domain adaptation and is design...
SSN_NLP@SardiStance : Stance Detection from Italian Tweets using RNN and Transformers
Stance detection refers to the detection of one’s opinion about the target from their statements. The aim of sardistance task is to classify the Italian tweets into classes of favor, against or no feeling towards the target. The task has two sub-tasks : in Task A, the classification has to be done b...
David D. Gilmore, Misogyny: The Male Malady Philadelphia, University of Pennsylvania Press, 2001
Compte rendu de D. Gilmore, Mysogyny. The Male malady, Philadelphia: The Universiy of Pennsylvania Press (2001)
Misogyny, anti-feminism, misogyny masculinism, anti-feminism, masculinism: what new challenges for gender studies?
Estética de la diferencia sexual.: Kant, el “bello sexo” y la reflexión estética
This paper analyzes the genderization of the difference between the beautiful and the sublime as it is stated in Kant's Observations on the feeling of the beautiful and the sublime. This difference is posed under the assumption of sexual difference, and not only a difference is stipulated but a hier...
From Hadaly to Sophia: when transhumanism surpasses the fiction
when Villiers de l’Isle-Adam published L’Eve Future in 1886, the novel is strongly criticised for his misogyny. In fact, the engineer Edison makes the Andeide Hadaly there, with the aim of replacing her human model, Alicia, a beautiful young woman but far too sott. While the story was at that time a...
The horror of women in the cycle of the Young Filles d’Henry de Montherlant, or how we emascles France
, it is in the Youth Filles cycle (1936-1939), in particular that Henry de Montherlant owes its reputation as a misogyne writer. In this series of four novels, the writer provoked the scandal by describing young women in love around the famous writer Pierre Costals. The portrait that in fact Monther...
With regard to the draft law to protect women from Sylvain Maréchal
La Revolution française and the Empire, the French Revolution and the Empire were not a time of emancipation for women, quite the contrary. Even among the most intransigent revolutionaries, misogyny was widespread. Seen as a precursor to anarchism and communism, Sylvain Maréchal participated in the...
The philosopher, psychanalyst, dance and feminine
anthropology, history or biology show us that dance is neither a practice nor an entity of female essence. However, this prejudice is maintained by postmodern, psychanalytic or philosophical thinking, which, while celebrating it, reassigns dance to a female essence, with no real content, by means of...
Linguistic Misogyny as a Parodic Device: Valspeak Markers in Jimmy Fallon’s “Ew!”
The aim of this paper is to explore how markers of an enregistered sociolect perceived as feminine may be recruited to portray stereotypical female teenage characters on television. The analysis focuses on ‘Valley Girl talk,’ also known as Valspeak, popularized in the 1980s in California by Frank Za...
Ser mãe: o amor materno no discurso católico do século XIX
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Sexism and misogyny in modern and contemporary art: works and artists
There are works in arts that denigrate and under value women and sometimes we do not pay attention to these works, didn´t the Greek sculpting the korai show their misogyny when hiding every and any feature showing beauty or anatomy if compared to the kuroi apolineos, then? We also moan... It is ou...
DECONSTRUCTING FALSE IDENTITY: EXPLORING GENDER DISCRIMINATION AND ROLE-PLAYING IN THE GIRL WHO TOUCHED THE STARS
Mahesh Dattani, is an avant-garde Indian English dramatist known for his radical and unconventional dramatic themes. His plays are characterized by an extremely sensitive temperament that delves into the intricacies of the human nature and strives to expose the hypocrisy of the urban life and societ...
Welcoming the Dark Side?: Exploring Whitelash and Actual Space Nazis in TFA Fanfiction
From the release of its first trailer, Star Wars: The Force Awakens received a racist backlash in response to the character of Finn, a black Stormtrooper turned hero. Nonetheless, after the film’s debut, slash fans across the Internet joined to make the Finn/Poe and Finn/Poe/Rey relationships (known...
Philosophical aspects of understanding the trend of feminist aesthetics
The article analyses theoretic and methodological principles of feminist aesthetics as an underexplored section of aesthetic science. Amongst others, the author discusses the preconditions of this intellectual approach, its interconnection with feminist critique of art history and defines the main d...
<b>Scapegoating Non-Conforming Identities: Witchcraft Hysteria in Arthur Miller’s The Crucible and Caryl Churchill’s Vinegar Tom</b>
Scapegoating Non-Conforming Identities: Witchcraft Hysteria in Arthur Miller’s The Crucible and Caryl Churchill’s Vinegar Tom Abstract When people are faced with different takes on their traditions that they firmly cling to so as to remain being who they purport to be, they are generally inclined...
Sleeping with the Political Enemy: Woman’s Place in Discourses of Race and Class Struggle in 20th Century Central Europe
In this paper, I shall argue that the convergence of ideologies operating through the creation of enemies like racism and Bolshevism with discourses regulating gender relations in the Central Europe of the twentieth century had the grave consequence of questioning women’s position in the political c...
Domination, male sexuality and prostitution in Spain: why do Spanish men consume pay sex?
this article focuses on the study of prostitution customers in Spain, with the aim of understanding why men turn to the pay sex. To answer this question, speeches of male prostitution consumers were analysed through semi-targeted in-depth interviews, group interviews and focus groups. In order to co...
L’horreur du féminin dans le cycle des Jeunes Filles d’Henry de Montherlant, ou comment on émascule la France
It is to the collection of work Les Jeunes Filles (1936-1939) that Henry de Montherlant owes his reputation as a misogynist writer. In this series of four novels, the writer provoked scandal by recounting various stories of amorous women in the life of the famous writer Pierre Costals. The portrait...
Fifty Shades of Oppression: Unexamined Sexualized Violence against Women and Other Animals
This article examines a chicken cookbook that parodies a popular pornography novel “Fifty Shades of Grey.” Applying Carol J. Adams’ theory of intersecting oppression, I argue that the cookbook exemplifies the sexual objectification of women and Nonhuman Animals. The trivialization of violence agai...
Review of Women Veterans: Lifting the Veil of Invisibility
Book review of Harris, Sumner, and Gonzalez-Prats' 2018 book. Published by Routledge. 450 pages.
“You’ll never have to listen to her talk like this? With an upward inflection? At the end of every sentence?”— Fundamental frequency of female voices & linguistic misogyny in Fox’s Family Guy
This paper explores how fundamental frequency variations may be used to stigmatize female characters in a fiction television series. The corpus is composed of a narrative arc taken from Fox’s Family Guy (season 5, episode 5). The quantitative section of the paper compares the fundamental frequency u...