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  • P-ISSN1013-0799
  • E-ISSN2586-2073

저작관련 요소분석을 통한 폭소노미 태그의 활용 방안에 관한 연구: LibraryThing을 중심으로

A Study on the Application of LibraryThing Folksonomy Tags through the Analysis of Elements related with Work

정보관리학회지, (P)1013-0799; (E)2586-2073
2010, v.27 no.1, pp.41-60
https://doi.org/10.3743/KOSIM.2010.27.1.041
김동숙 (한양대학교)
정연경 (이화여자대학교)

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초록

본 연구에서는 FRBR의 저작 단위로 태그(tag)가 부여되고 있는 LibraryThing에 나타난 태그를 활용하여, 소설(Fiction) 분야 태그들의 특성, 패턴의 형식적인 측면과 동시에 태그의 내용 분석을 시도하였다. 저작의 서지사항 기술 용어, LCSH 용어와 비교하여 관련 정도를 파악하였고, 이에 포함되지 않는 기타 태그의 출처는 어디인지, 저작의 어떤 측면을 표현하고 있는지, 저작과 연계하여 태그의 용어를 살펴보았다. 특히 소설이란 한 분야로 한정함으로써, 소설만이 가지는 특성인 소설의 3요소(주제, 구성, 문체), 소설 구성의 3요소(인물, 사건, 배경)를 반영한 태그를 파악하여, 향후 소설 정보의 조직 및 검색 요소로서 활용할 수 있는 가능성을 보여주었다. 이를 통해 기존의 색인어를 보완하는 폭소노미 태그의 역할을 규명하고 태깅시스템이 나아갈 새로운 방향을 제시하였다.

Abstract

This study aims to analyze the properties of the tags used in the fiction genre, the structural aspect of the patterns and the contents of the tags by utilizing LibraryThing, where the tags are assigned in work units of FRBR. A comparative analysis was conducted in terms of the level of association between the descriptive terms in bibliography and LCSH terms. The study also examined the sources of the tags not included in the bibliographic descriptions or LCSHs, what aspects of work they represented, and the terms used as tags in relation to the work. By restricting the study to a single genre, a number of tags that reflected the characteristics of fiction (three elements of the fiction which are theme, plot, style and three elements of the fiction composition which are character, event, setting) were extracted. This study finds out the role of the tag making up the taxonomy and proposes a new direction for the tagging system by demonstrating the possibility of using tags as facets in information organization and retrieval.

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