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What? Why did you ask that?: search terms and other confusions

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Pecha kucha presentation (20 slides for 20 seconds) made at UCL's Blue Sock Salon for early career researchers - http://www.ucl.ac.uk/intercultural-interaction/News/BlueSockSalon

Pecha kucha presentation (20 slides for 20 seconds) made at UCL's Blue Sock Salon for early career researchers - http://www.ucl.ac.uk/intercultural-interaction/News/BlueSockSalon

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  • 1. search terms and other confusions
    Anne Welsh
    Department of Information Studies
  • 2.
  • 3. MEDIATED SEARCH
  • 4. NOT *ALWAYS* A POSITIVE IMAGE
  • 5.
  • 6. “Are you sure this thing understands apostrophes?”
  • 7. WHAT THE LIBRARIAN SAW
    CONTROLLING THE [SEARCH] VOCABULARY
  • 8. “I’m looking for information on types of weed”
  • 9. “Are you a keen gardener?”
  • 10. User interrogation for disambiguation
  • 11. Argot / Homonyms
  • 12. Synonyms
  • 13. Synonyms
  • 14. Catalogue rules, OK?
  • 15. “Fuzzy” / Soft Terms
  • 16. “What does she mean, it’s not on the Internet?”
  • 17. The Internet is vast, with infinite relationships
  • 18. SKOS attempts to map these
  • 19. Who controls the web vocabulary?
    LCSH (above): FAMILY VIOLENCE (neutral tone)
    Feminist Library: VIOLENCE AGAINST WOMEN (political statement)
    Are we “victims” or “survivors” of violence?