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TitleMajor Minors - Ontological representation of minorities by newspapers
Author(s)Martins, Paulo Jorge Pereira
Costa, Leandro José Abreu Dias
Ramalho, José Carlos
KeywordsKnowledge Representation
Issue date1-Jul-2021
PublisherSchloss Dagstuhl - Leibniz-Zentrum für Informatik
JournalOASIcs: OpenAccess Series in Informatics
Abstract(s)The stigma associated with certain minorities has changed throughout the years, yet there’s no central data repository that enables a concrete tracking of this representation. Published articles on renowned newspapers are a way of determining the public perception on this subject, mainly digital newspapers, being it through the media representation (text and photo illustrations) or user comments. The present paper seeks to showcase a project that attempts to fulfill that shortage of data by providing a repository in the form of an ontology: RDF triplestores composing a semantic database (W3C standards for Semantic Web). This open-source project aims to be a research tool for mapping and studying the representation of minority groups in a Portuguese journalistic context over the course of two decades.
TypeConference paper
AccessOpen access
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