Data for detecting inconsistent sentiment words (words whose prior polarity in the lexicon is different from the sentence polarity). You can find on this page information about the resulting reversing constructions as well as the data used to create them.
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Wiltrud Kessler and Hinrich Schütze (2012)
Classification of Inconsistent Sentiment Words Using Syntactic Constructions.
In Proceedings of the 24th International Conference on Computational Linguistics (COLING 2012),
Mumbai, India, 10.-14. December 2012. pages 569-578.
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Polarity reversing constructions are syntactic constructions that reverse the polarity of a sentiment word in its scope. Below you can find a list of such polarity reversing constructions: