Metadata and discovery

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Following up on the request of a few delegates who attended this session regarding links to my publications on emotion-based metadata, here are a few. Thanks for your interest, and feel free to get in touch with any further questions.

Rasmussen Pennington, D. (2018). “Lookin’ for a sound that’s gonna drown out the world”: Resolving musical emotional ambiguity in U2’s POPVision. Paper presented at U2CON 2018 (The U2 Conference), Belfast, Northern Ireland.

Rasmussen Pennington, D. (2018). Searching for the right feelings: Emotional metadata in music. Invited talk presented at the International Association of Music Libraries, Archives, and Documentation Centres (UK & Ireland) Conference, Edinburgh, Scotland.

Rasmussen Pennington, D. (2016). ‘The most passionate cover I’ve seen’: Emotional information in fan-created U2 music videos. Journal of Documentation, 72 (3), 569-590.

Knautz, K., Pennington (Neal), D. R., Schmidt, S., Siebenlist, T., & Stock, W.G. (2011). Finding emotional-laden resources on the World Wide Web. Information, 2 (1), 217-246. (Information | Free Full-Text | Finding Emotional-Laden Resources on the World Wide Web)

Neal, D. M. (2010). Emotion-based tags in photographic documents: The interplay of text, image, and social influence. Canadian Journal of Information and Library Science, 34 (3), 329-353.

Pennington (Neal), D., Campbell, A., Neal, J., Little, C., Stroud-Mathews, A., Hill, S., & Bouknight-Lyons, C. (2009). Musical facets, tags, and emotion: Can we agree? Proceedings of the 2009 iConference , Chapel Hill, NC.

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