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Semantic fields of online petition theme groups with a different level of vote results ( based on online petitions of the Russian Public Initiative portal).

Student: Kseniia Liachina

Supervisor: Alexander Porshnev

Faculty: Faculty of Humanities (Nizhny Novgorod)

Educational Programme: Political Linguistics (Master)

Year of Graduation: 2019

The "Russian Public Initiative" project is an electronic portal created to increase the political participation of citizens of the Russian Federation through electronic petitions. The study analyzed 9802 electronic petitions published from 2013 to 2018. This study is an interdisciplinary study. The analyzed the territorial distribution, which allowed to identify the most active regions trying to solve social problems. As well as conducting a thematization of online petitions allowed us to identify the most popular topics addressed to citizens of the Russian Federation through electronic initiatives. The lexico-semantic analysis revealed the lexical means most characteristic of petition texts. And also identify lexemes that affect the number of votes.

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