LPOVLeague of Pissed Off Voters
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Where both the English and Russian Versions cite the same material from a single source, a difference in LPOV can occasionally be identified.
I would therefore argue that each edition's LPOV is reinforced by means of interlingual translation and/or intralingual editing.
Where the English Version contains a citation not present in the Russian Version--especially one in a third language--this will often also support the local LPOV. A number of the translated statements in the "Reactions" section of the English Version, for example, are clearly supportive of the anti-regime LPOV:
[President of Finland Sauli NiinistO called the murder of opposition leader Boris Nemtsov "a ferocious and reprehensible act." NiinistO observed that he had known Nemtsov personally.] On this occasion, the same source seems to have been exploited independently by the two article editions (although the English Version may also have influenced the wording in the Russian Version), while, in line with its LPOV, the Russian Version focused on a personal comment rather than possible political motives.
The sentiment expressed can be said to run contrary to the Russian LPOV, which started to assert itself after a few days with the reduction of international reactions.
Instances in which a translated fragment conflicts with the local LPOV are hard to find and may in fact be generally shortlived.
In terms of point of view, translated material is generally either relatively neutral or supportive of an article's LPOV. This is arguably a missed opportunity for establishing a broader knowledge base for a developing article.
To what extent and in what ways does translation help maintain the encyclopaedia's NPOV principle and/or create LPOVs specific to each of the nine articles?
Secondly, LPOV is the most interactive variable in the system, about 93% of its forecast error variance is explained by LENT (72%), LUEM (12%) and LGDP (8%).
Moreover, LENT respond negatively due to shock in LPOV that indicate the existence of negative relationship between them.
Unit root test--Augmented Dickey-Fuller (ADF) Variable Level First Difference Intercept Intercept Intercept Intercept with trend with trend LENT -2.1361(0) -2.9055(0) -5.5600(0) *** -5.4656(0) *** LPOV -1.2808(1) -2.2534(1) -5.7494(0) *** -5.7140(0) *** LUEM -0.3635(0) -2.6438(0) -5.7646(0) *** -5.6316(0) *** LEG 1.1616(0) -1.3405(1) -8.5310(0) *** -8.5952(0) *** Note: *** denote statistical significance at 1% level.