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I have grouped my publications thematically, rather than purely by date. As is often the case, there is an 'other' category for publications which don't represent major research themes. The majority of my research effort is focussed on the first topic - computing and minority languages - but both semantic hypermedia and experience design continue to be important, ongoing research areas for me.

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Minority Languages

This section groups together my publications relating to the investigation of the relationship between minority languages, ICT and language planning. To date this work has focussed on Wales and on the Welsh language, however the intention is to broaden this focus through collaboration with other researchers interested in similar issues.

What can hashtags tell us about minority languages on Twitter? A comparison of #cymraeg, #frysk, and #gaeilge. McMonagle, S., Cunliffe, D., Jongbloed-Faber L. and Jarvis, P. Journal of Multilingual and Multicultural Development

Learning a minority language through authentic conversation using an online social learning method. Henry, M., Carroll, F., Cunliffe, D. and Kop, R. Computer Assisted Language Learning, 31 (4), 2018: 321-345.

Behavioural economics and minority language e-services - the case of Welsh. Evas, J. and Cunliffe, D. In M. Durham and J. Morris (Eds.) Sociolinguistics in Wales. London: Palgrave Macmillan. 2016: 61-91.

Young people, technology and the future of te Reo Māori. Keegan T.T. and Cunliffe, D. In R. Higgins, P. Rewi and V. Olsen-Reeder (Eds.) The Value of the Māori Language - Te Hua o te Reo Māori (Volume 2). Wellington: Huia Publishers. 2014: 385-398.

Twitter and the Welsh Language. Jones, R.J., Cunliffe, D. and Honeycutt, Z.R. Journal of Multilingual and Multicultural Development, 34 (7), 2013: 653-671.

Young bilinguals' language behaviour in Social Networking Sites: the use of Welsh on Facebook. Cunliffe, D., Morris, D. and Prys, C. Journal of Computer-Mediated Communication, 18 (3), 2013: 339-361.

The Welsh language on YouTube: Initial observations. Cunliffe, D. and ap Dyfrig, R. In: E.H.G. Jones and E. Uribe-Jongbloed (Eds.) Social Media and Minority Languages: Convergence and the Creative Industries. Bristol: Multilingual Matters. 2013: 130-145.

Investigating the differential use of Welsh in young speakers' social networks: A comparison of communication in face-to-face settings, in electronic texts and on social networking sites. Cunliffe, D., Morris, D. and Prys, C. In: E.H.G. Jones and E. Uribe-Jongbloed (Eds.) Social Media and Minority Languages: Convergence and the Creative Industries. Bristol: Multilingual Matters. 2013: 75-86.

Perception and use of software with a Maori-language interface in Maori-medium schools of New Zealand. Mato, P., Keegan, TT., Cunliffe, D. and Dalley, T. In: Language Endangerment in the 21st Century: Globalisation, Technology and New Media, proceedings of the Foundation for Endangered Languages XVI Conference, T. Ka'ai, M. O Laoire, N. Ostler, R. Ka'ai-Mahuta, D. Mahuta and T. Smith (Eds.), Auckland, Aotearoa/New Zealand, 2012: 87-92.

Social networks and minority language speakers: the use of social networking sites among young people. Morris, D., Cunliffe, D. and Prys, C. Sociolinguistic Studies, 6 (1), 2012: 1-20.

Welsh-language provision on party websites during the 2010 UK General Election. Cunliffe, D. Information Polity, 16 (2), 2011: 151-170.

E-commerce and Minority languages: a Welsh perspective. Cunliffe, D., Pearson, N. and Richards, S. In: Language and the Market, H. Kelly-Holmes & G. Mautner (Eds.), Palgrave Macmillan, Basingstoke, 2010: 135-147.

The use of the Welsh language on Facebook: an initial investigation. Honeycutt, C. and Cunliffe, D. Information, Communication and Society, 13 (2), 2010: 226-248.

The Welsh language on the internet: linguistic resistance in the age of the network society. Cunliffe, D. In: Internationalizing Internet Studies: Beyond Anglophone Paradigms, G. Goggin & M. McLelland (Eds.), Routledge, New York, 2009: 96-111.

Bilingual websites in jurisdictions requiring minority language use: effective implementation of policies and guidelines. Deere, A. and Cunliffe, D. In: Rights, Promotion and Integration Issues for Minority Languages in Europe, S. Pertot, T. Priestly & C. Williams (Eds.), Palgrave, Basingstoke, 2009: 74-86.

Welsh-language provision on party web sites during the 2007 Welsh Assembly election. Cunliffe, D. Aslib Proceedings, 60 (3), 2008: 199-215.

The Blogiadur - a community of Welsh-language bloggers. Cunliffe, D. and Honeycutt, C. In: proceedings of the 6th international conference on Cultural Attitudes towards Technology and Communication (CATaC 2008), F. Sudweeks, H. Hrachovec and C Ess (Eds.), Nimes, France, 2008: 230-244.

Minority languages and the internet: new threats, new opportunities. Cunliffe, D. In: Minority Language Media: Concepts, Critiques and Case Studies, M. Cormack and N. Hourigan (Eds.), Multilingual Matters, Clevedon, 2007: 133-150.

Party political web sites and minority languages: some initial observations from Wales. Cunliffe, D. In: proceedings of the 5th international conference on Cultural Attitudes towards Technology and Communication (CATaC 2006), F. Sudweeks, H. Hrachovec and C Ess (Eds.), Tartu, Estonia, 2006: 696-701.

Promoting minority-language use in a bilingual online community. Cunliffe, D. and Harries, R. The New Review of Hypermedia and Multimedia, 11 (2), 2005: 157-179.

Introduction to minority languages, multimedia and the web. Cunliffe, D. and Herring, S. The New Review of Hypermedia and Multimedia, 11 (2), 2005: 131-137.

Online design for bilingual civil society: a Welsh perspective. Cunliffe, D. and Roberts-Young, D. Interacting with Computers, 17 (1), 2005: 85-104.

Bilingual websites in jurisdictions requiring minority language use: Effective implementation of policies and guidelines. Deere, A. and Cunliffe, D. Paper presented at the 10th International Conference on Minority Languages, Trieste, Italy, 2005. Abstract available online.

Welsh identity on-line. Thomson, R. and Cunliffe, D. In: proceedings of the first workshop on E-dentity: Borders and Identities in the Internet Age, D. Cunliffe, R. Thomson and C. Williams (eds.), Treforest, Wales, 2005: 53-59. Abstract available online.

Welsh use in a bilingual online community: an initial analysis of Pen i Ben. Harries, R. and Cunliffe, D. In: proceedings of the 4th international conference on Cultural Attitudes towards Technology and Communication (CATaC 2004), F. Sudweeks and C Ess (Eds.), Karlstad, Sweden, 2004: 389-392.

Promoting minority language use on bilingual Web sites. Cunliffe, D. Mercator Media Forum, 7, 2004: 42-53.

Supporting minority language cultures through bilingual Web site design. Cunliffe, D. In: proceedings of the 2nd BCS HCI and Culture Workshop, K. Gunter, A. Smith and T. French (Eds.), London, 2003: 30-36.

Promoting minority language use on bilingual Web sites. Cunliffe, D. In: proceedings of the 1st Mercator International Symposium, Aberystwyth, April 2003. Available online.

Information architecture for bilingual Web sites. Cunliffe D., Jones H., Jarvis M., Egan K., Huws, R. and Munro, S. Journal of the American Society for Information Science and Technology, 53 (10), 2002: 866-873. Reviewed at eLearning Reviews.

Bilingual usability of Unitary Authority Web sites in Wales. Cunliffe, D. In: proceedings of The Web in Public Administration, EuroWeb 2001 Conference, O. Signore and B. Hopgood (Eds.), Pisa, 2001: 229-244.

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Semantic Hypermedia

The Hypermedia Research Unit, of which I am part, has been active in the field of hypermedia since 1991. This section contains publications relating to semantic hypermedia and thesaurus-based knowledge organisation systems. This work continues to be the main focus of research within the Hypermedia Research Unit.

A reference model for user-system interaction in thesaurus-based searching. Blocks, D., Cunliffe, D. and Tudhope, D. Journal of the American Society for Information Science and Technology, 57 (12), 2006: 1655-1665.

Query expansion via conceptual distance in thesaurus indexed collections. Tudhope, D., Binding, C., Blocks, D. and Cunliffe, D. Journal of Documentation, 62 (4), 2006: 509-533.

Natural language processing and knowledge organization systems as an aid to retrieval. Jones, I., Cunliffe, D. and Tudhope, D. In: proceedings of the 8th International ISKO conference, A.C. McIlwaine (Ed.). London, 2004: 351-356.

Compound descriptors in context: a matching function for classifications and thesauri. Tudhope, D., Binding, C., Blocks, D. and Cunliffe, D. In: proceedings of the 2nd ACM/IEEE-CS Joint Conference on Digital Libraries (JCDL 2002), Portland. 2002: 84-93.

Qualitative evaluation of a thesaurus-based retrieval system. Blocks, D., Binding, C., Cunliffe, D. and Tudhope, D. In: proceedings of the 6th European Conference on Research and Advanced Technology for Digital Libraries (ECDL 2002) Rome. M. Agosti and C. Thanos (Eds.). Published as Lecture Notes in Computer Science, 2458, 2002: 346-361.

Representation and retrieval in faceted systems. Tudhope, D., Binding, C., Blocks, D., Cunliffe, D. In: proceedings of the 7th International Society of Knowledge Organization Conference (ISKO 2002), Granada. M. López-Huertas (Ed.). Published as Advances in Knowledge Organization, 8, 2002: 191-197.

Semantically indexed hypermedia: linking information disciplines. Tudhope, D. and Cunliffe, D. ACM Computing Surveys Symposium on Hypermedia, 31 (4es), 1999.

Query-based navigation in semantically indexed hypermedia. Cunliffe D., Taylor, C. and Tudhope, D. In: proceedings of the 8th ACM Conference on Hypertext (Hypertext'97), Southampton. April, 1997: 87-95.

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Experience Design

This is an emerging research topic, defining the concept of 'seductive hypermedia' and exploring ways in which it can be operationalised and evaluated.

Hypermedia seduction: further exploration of the process of “seductive” online user interactions. Mbakwe, C. and Cunliffe, D. In: Hypermedia Seduction for Terrorist Recruiting, B. Ganor, K. Von Knop and C. Duarte (Eds.), Volume 25 NATO Science for Peace and Security Series: Human and Societal Dynamics. IOS Press, Amsterdam, 2007: 207 - 230.

Conceptualising the process of hypermedia seduction. Mbakwe, C. and Cunliffe, D. In: proceedings of the 1st International Meeting of Science and Technology of Design, E. Côrte-Real, C. Duarte and F. Rhodrigues (Eds.) Lisbon, 2003: 20-27.

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Other

This section contains papers which don't fit well into any of the other categories, though they all have their roots in the main research areas or in previous consultancy work.

Security analysis of XML, XML usage and XML parsing. Blyth, A., Cunliffe, D. and Sutherland, I. Computers and Security, 22 (6), 2003: 494-505.

Usability evaluation for museum Web sites. Cunliffe, D., Kritou, E. and Tudhope, D. Museum Management and Curatorship, 19 (3), 2001: 229-252.

Trailblazing: trends in hypermedia. Cunliffe, D. The New Review of Hypermedia and Multimedia, 6, 2000: 19-46.

Developing usable Web sites - a review and model. Cunliffe, D. Internet Research: Electronic Networking Applications and Policy, 10 (4) 2000: 295-307. Also published in Library Computing, 19 (3/4), 2000: 222-234.

Open educational hypermedia systems: an n-dimensional framework for user profile interchange. Hilmer, G., Elliott, G., Cunliffe, D. and Tudhope, D. In: proceedings of EDMEDIA 2000, Montreal, 2000.

Audience and access: evaluating access tools for multimedia collections. Tudhope, D. and Cunliffe, D. In : proceedings of the Museum Documentation Association/CiDOC Conference, London. Published as mda Information, July 2001, 5 (3), 1999: 75-82.

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