data_dictionary_MFD: Moral Foundations Dictionary

Description Usage Format Source References

Description

A quanteda dictionary object containing the Moral Foundations Dictionary, a publicly available dictionaries with information on the proportions of virtue and vice words for each foundation. The categories are harm (vice/virtue), fairness (vice/virtue), ingroup (vice/virtue), authority (vice/virtue), purity (vice/virtue) and morality (general).

This version is 2.0 version of the dictionary, recommended over the first version of the MDF by its authors.

Usage

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Format

An object of class dictionary2 of length 10.

Source

http://www.jeremyfrimer.com/research-downloads.html; a previous version is available at http://moralfoundations.org/othermaterials

References

Frimer, J. et. al. (2017). Moral Foundations Dictionaries for Linguistic Analyses, 2.0. University of Winnipeg Manuscript. http://www.jeremyfrimer.com/uploads/2/1/2/7/21278832/summary.pdf.

Haidt, J., Graham, J., & Nosek, B.A. (2009). Liberals and Conservatives Rely on Different Sets of Moral Foundations. Journal of Personality and Social Inquiry, 20(2–3), 110–119.

Graham, J., & Haidt, J. (2016). Moral Foundations Dictionary.: http://moralfoundations.org/othermaterials.


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