MobASA: Corpus for Aspect-based Sentiment Analysis and Social Inclusion in the Mobility Domain

Aleksandra Gabryszak, Philippe Thomas

In: Mingyu Wan, Chu-Ren Huang (Hrsg.). Proceedings of the LREC 2022 workshop on The First Computing Social Responsibility Workshop – NLP Approaches to Corporate Social Responsibilities (CSR-NLP I 2022). Computing Social Responsibility Workshop (CSR-NLP-2022) befindet sich LREC 2022 June 25-25 Marseille France Seiten 35-39 ISBN 979-10-95546-89-4 European Language Resources Association 6/2022.


In this paper we show how aspect-based sentiment analysis might help public transport companies to improve their social responsibility for accessible travel. We present MobASA: a novel German-language corpus of tweets annotated with their relevance for public transportation, and with sentiment towards aspects related to barrier-free travel. We identified and labeled topics important for passengers limited in their mobility due to disability, age, or when travelling with young children. The data can be used to identify hurdles and improve travel planning for vulnerable passengers, as well as to monitor a perception of transportation businesses regarding the social inclusion of all passengers. The data is publicly available under:


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