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Title: Dataset for African-American English Hip-hop research
Authors: Chesley, Paula
Keywords: African-American English
Hip-hop
Language
Linguistics
Vocabulary acquisition
Multi-factorial data
Lexicon
Issue Date: 7-Oct-2011
Abstract: This dataset corresponds to the paper "You know what it is: Learning words through listening to hip-hop" by Paula Chesley. The artists participants listed are given in alphabetical order and in order of frequency. An additional file lists the genre each artist was classified as (for when non-African-American hip-hop artists were not classified as hip-hop artists). An explanation file goes the dataset the studies were done from, and the dataset is given in file aaeHiphopChesley.csv. Please see the above paper for further details on the model, etc.
Description: See explanation file for further details on the dataset.
URI: http://purl.umn.edu/116327
Appears in Collections:Graduate Student Research

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aaeHiphopChesley.csvdataset1.31 MBTextView/Open
artistsAlphabetical.txtlist of artists14.05 kBTextView/Open
artistsByFrequency.txtlist of artists14.05 kBTextView/Open
artistsClassifiedByGenreSorted.txtgenre classifications of artists16.67 kBTextView/Open
explanationAAEHiphopChesley.txtexplanation of dataset5.58 kBTextView/Open

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