Papers

Selected publications:

Mai, J-E. 2016. Three Models of Privacy: New Perspectives on Informational Privacy. Nordicom Review, 37 (special issue): 171-175.

Mai, J-E. 2016. Marginalization and Exclusion: Unraveling Systemic Bias in Classification. Knowledge Organization, 43 (5): 324-330.

Mai, J-E. 2016. Personal Information as Communicative Acts. Ethics and Information Technology, 18 (1): 51-57. [preprint]

Mai, J-E. 2016. Big Data Privacy: The Datafication of Personal Information. The Information Society, 32 (3): 192-199. [preprint]

Mai, J-E. 2016. Wikipedians’ Knowledge and Moral Duties. Nordisk Tidsskrift for Informationsvidenskab og Kulturformidling, 5 (1): 15-22.

Hall, M., Mazarakis, A., Peters, I., Chorley, M., Simon, S., Mai, J-E. & Strohmaier, M. 2016. Following User Pathways: Cross Platform and Mixed Methods Analysis in Social Media Studies. In Proceedings of the 2016 CHI Conference Extended Abstracts on Human Factors in Computing Systems (CHI EA ’16). ACM, New York, NY. DOI=http://dx.doi.org/10.1145/2851581.2856500

Jones, M. L., Jones, E., Zeide, E., Dupre, J., Mai, J-E. & Richards, N. 2015. The Right to be Forgotten. ASIST Annual Meeting 2015.

Mai, J-E. 2015. The Meaning of Personal Information: Reconceptualizing Informational Privacy. Amsterdam Privacy Conference 2015.

Mai, J-E. 2015. Three privacy models. In Plenary Panel on Big Brothers and Little Sisters – Surveillance, Sousveillance, and Coveillance on the Internet at NordMedia 2015 conference. [Invited presentation]

Mai, J-E, Lauritsen, P. & Jørgensen, R.F. 2014. Et tværdisciplinært blik på privatliv og overvågning. Nordisk Tidsskrift for Informationsvidenskab og Kulturformidling, 3 (2/3): 3-6.

Mai, J-E. 2013. The Quality and Qualities of InformationJournal of the American Society for Information Science and Technology, 64 (4): 675-688.

Mai, J-E. 2013. Ethics, Values, and Morality in Contemporary Library Classifications. Knowledge Organization, 40 (3): 242-253. 2013. [Winner of “Best Paper in KO Award”]

Mai, J-E. 2011. The Modernity of Classification, Journal of Documentation, 67(4): 710-730, 2011. [Winner of “Outstanding Paper Award”]

Mai, J-E. 2011. Folksonomies and the New Order: Authority in the Digital Disorder, Knowledge Organization, 38 (2): 114-122.

Mai, J-E. 2010. Classification in a Social World: Bias and Trust, Journal of Documentation, 66 (5): 627-642.

Mai, J-E. 2010. Trusting Tags, Terms, and Recommendations, Information Research, 15(3). (Paper presented at CoLIS 7).

Mai, J-E. 2008 Actors, Domains, and Constraints in the Design and Construction of Controlled Vocabularies, Knowledge Organization, 35 (1): 16-29.

Fisher, K.E., Saxton, M.L., Edwards, P.M & Mai, J-E. 2007. Seattle Public Library as Place: Reconceptualizing Space, Community and Information. In The Library as Place: History, Community and Culture, ed. J. Buschman and G.J. Leckie, pp. 135-160. Westport: Libraries Unlimited.

Mai, J-E. 2006. Contextual Analysis for the Design of Controlled Vocabularies, Bulletin of the American Society for Information Science and Technology, Oct./Nov.

Mai, J-E. 2005. Analysis in Indexing: Document and Domain Centered Approaches, Information Processing and Management, 41 (3): 599-611.

Mai, J-E. 2004. Classification in Context: Relativity, Reality, and Representation, Knowledge Organization, 31 (1): 39-48.

Mai, J-E. 2004. Classification of the Web: Challenges and Inquiries, Knowledge Organization, 31 (2): 92-97.

Mai, J-E. 2003. The Future of General Classification, Cataloging and Classification Quarterly, 37 (1/2): 3-12.

Mai, J-E. 2001. Semiotics and Indexing: An Analysis of the Subject Indexing Process, Journal of Documentation, 57 (5): 591-622.

Mai, J-E. 2000. Deconstructing the Indexing Process, Advances in Librarianship, 23: 269-298.

Mai, J-E. 1999. A Postmodern Theory of Knowledge Organization, In Knowledge: Creation, Organization and Use. ASIS Annual Meeting 1999, 36: 547-556.

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