by Shurui Cao
Shurui Cao, A Sentiment Analysis Model of A Civil Service Performance Evaluation Using a Feminist Framework: Case Study of Open Government Information In China, Winter 2021 Int’l J. L. Ethics Tech. 30(2021).
Available at: https://doi.org/10.55574/HTMN5761
Author Information: Student, University of Pennsylvania.
Abstract: This article aims to explore sentiment analysis, a text-analysis tool used to
understand how customers feel about a particular piece of content. Through this method,
we are able to assess the openness of governments by establishing a dynamic evaluation
mechanism of supervision and, consequently, improving the administrative law on a
feminist basis. The author of this research built a sentiment analysis model based on
the communication between herself and governments, discussing the implication of the
model and proposing potential improvements to the administrative law in China.
Keywords: sentiment analysis, feminism, administrative law, open government
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