Kurdish Social Media Sentiment Dataset: Insights on Misyar Marriage

Published: 1 July 2024| Version 1 | DOI: 10.17632/64v3b6t7dx.1
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One of the languages with fewer resources is thought to be Kurdish. 30–40 million people practice the language worldwide. The 33 letters of the language are essentially the same as those of Arabic. There are two main dialects of Kurdish: Sorani and Badini. A number of texts written in the Sorani dialect are included in the dataset. The "Kurdish Social Media Sentiment Dataset: Insights on Misyar Marriage" is a collection of 5108 carefully labeled sentiment-filled Central Kurdish comments from YouTube and Facebook. This dataset captures a wide range of user sentiments and offers insights into public opinions regarding Misyar marriage. Two columns and a single CSV file make up the dataset:  comments: The text of Central Kurdish comments from Facebook and YouTube that cover a range of topics and viewpoints regarding Misyar marriage is included in this column.  Sentiments: This column assigns a label to each comment based on one of eight possible categories: sarcastic or humorous, positive, negative, neutral, suggestive, dismissive, skeptical, or curious. Sentiment Descriptions • Positive: Comments expressing approval or favorable opinions about Misyar marriage. • Negative: Comments expressing disapproval or unfavorable opinions about Misyar marriage. • Neutral: Comments that are impartial or do not express any strong opinion about Misyar marriage. • Sarcastic or Humorous: Comments using sarcasm or humor when discussing Misyar marriage. • Suggestive: Comments that offer suggestions or propose ideas related to Misyar marriage. • Dismissive: Comments that disregard or downplay the importance of Misyar marriage. • Skeptical: Comments expressing doubt or questioning the validity or benefits of Misyar marriage. • Curious: Comments indicating a desire to learn more or ask questions about Misyar marriage.



Machine Learning, Deep Learning, Sentiment Analysis