Classification, Classification of office documents, Repertory grids
Library and Information Science
We used repertory grids to investigate the differences in names assigned to a selected list of 11 frequently mentioned office documents. The assumption is that naming reflects a classificatory decision and is based on a complex set of perceived aspects (which we call constructs) of the documents being named. We describe repertory grids as used in this application and summarize the resulting analysis.
Kwasnik, Barbara H. and Jorgensen,, Corinne, "The Exploration by Means of Repertory Grids of Semantic Differences Among Names for Office Documents." (1992). School of Information Studies: Faculty Scholarship. 138.
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