The Third Workshop on Computational Models of Narrative at the 2012 Language Resources and Evaluation Conference (LREC’2012), Istanbul, Turkey (May 2012).
This paper presents a preliminary view on the elements of persuasive narratives from a computational perspective. We argue for a broad perspective of narrative persuasion, drawing on existing literature from multiple disciplines. We present a brief, first-steps analysis of the possible narrative elements that may influence narrative persuasion. Finally, we consider how these elements may influence the formation of narrative corpora.
1 Charles River Analytics
2 Stony Brook University
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