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As an MPhil student in Music, Rachel Sweeney explored use of the Web as site for conjunction of academic and popular fan discourse around new cultural/genre movements. Her action research case study focused on the genre then described as "nu-folk".  
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This project created an interactive model for analysing alternative-popular folk music with a research-based web community database.
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As an MPhil student in Music, [[Rachel Sweeney]] explored use of the Web as site for conjunction of academic and popular fan discourse around new cultural/genre movements. Her action research case study focused on the genre then described as "nu-folk".  
  
 
Products of the research included the Untraditional Folkmusics website (last access in July 2011), a prototype tangible authoring system for exploration and annotation of multimedia critical discourse, and a large-scale mixed media visualisation of perspectives in critical musicology.
 
Products of the research included the Untraditional Folkmusics website (last access in July 2011), a prototype tangible authoring system for exploration and annotation of multimedia critical discourse, and a large-scale mixed media visualisation of perspectives in critical musicology.
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* [[Alan Blackwell]] (co-supervisor of dissertation)
 
* [[Alan Blackwell]] (co-supervisor of dissertation)
 
* [[Tim Regan]] (large scale visualisation)
 
* [[Tim Regan]] (large scale visualisation)
* Alex Kusher (tangible authoring system)
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* [[Alex Kuscher]] (tangible authoring system)
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Latest revision as of 05:31, 6 September 2014

This project created an interactive model for analysing alternative-popular folk music with a research-based web community database.

As an MPhil student in Music, Rachel Sweeney explored use of the Web as site for conjunction of academic and popular fan discourse around new cultural/genre movements. Her action research case study focused on the genre then described as "nu-folk".

Products of the research included the Untraditional Folkmusics website (last access in July 2011), a prototype tangible authoring system for exploration and annotation of multimedia critical discourse, and a large-scale mixed media visualisation of perspectives in critical musicology.

http://www.untraditionalfolkmusics.co.uk/

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