Jens-Erik Mai
Jens-Erik Mai
Professor of Information, Head of Department of Communication, University of Copenhagen
Verified email at hum.ku.dk - Homepage
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Analysis in indexing: document and domain centered approaches
JE Mai
Information Processing & Management 41 (3), 599-611, 2005
1432005
Semiotics and indexing: an analysis of the subject indexing process
JE Mai
Journal of documentation 57 (5), 591-622, 2001
1372001
Big data privacy: The datafication of personal information
JE Mai
The Information Society 32 (3), 192-199, 2016
1362016
Classification in context: relativity, reality, and representation
JE Mai
Knowledge organization 31 (1), 39-48, 2004
1332004
The modernity of classification
JE Mai
Journal of Documentation 67 (4), 710-730, 2011
1042011
The quality and qualities of information
JE Mai
Journal of the American society for information science and technology 64 (4 …, 2013
892013
Seattle Public Library as place: Reconceptualizing space, community, and information at the central library
KE Fisher, ML Saxton, PM Edwards, JE Mai
The Library as Place: History, Community and Culture, 135-160, 2007
89*2007
Classification in a social world: bias and trust
JE Mai
Journal of Documentation 66 (5), 627-642, 2010
772010
Folksonomies and the new order: authority in the digital disorder
JE Mai
KO KNOWLEDGE ORGANIZATION 38 (2), 114-122, 2011
622011
A postmodern theory of knowledge organization
JE Mai
Proceedings of the ASIS annual meeting 36, 547-556, 1999
621999
Deconstructing the indexing process
JE Mai
Advances in Librarianship 23, 269-298, 1999
541999
Ethics, Values and Morality in Contemporary Library Classifications
JE Mai
Knowledge Organization 40 (3), 242-253, 2013
492013
Actors, domains, and constraints in the design and construction of controlled vocabularies
JE Mai
Knowledge organization 35 (1), 16-21, 2008
452008
The future of general classification
JE Mai
Cataloging & classification quarterly 37 (1-2), 3-12, 2003
422003
Classification of the Web: challenges and inquiries
J Mai
Knowledge organization 31 (2), 92-97, 2004
342004
The subject indexing process: an investigation of problems in knowledge representation
JE Mai
University of Texas at Austin, 2000
312000
The Concept of Subject in a Semiotic Light.
JE Mai
Proceedings of the ASIS Annual Meeting 34, 54-64, 1997
301997
The concept of subject: on problems in indexing
JE Mai
Proceedings International Study Conference on Classification Research 6, 60-67, 1997
261997
Is classification theory possible? Rethinking classification research
JE Mai
Advances in Knowledge Organization 8, 472-478, 2002
202002
Contextual analysis for the design of controlled vocabularies
JE Mai
Bulletin of the American Society for Information Science and Technology 33 …, 2006
192006
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