Library of Congress Subject Headings

Library of Congress Subject Headings

Dewey Decimal Classification System Review of Lecture 2 Bair-Mundy 025 Library and information sciences 025 .27 Acquisition of and collection development for materials on specific disciplines and subjects Add to base number 025.27 notation 001-999, e.g. acquisition of materials in the social sciences 025.273 Selection and acquisition of materials about ballet and modern dance

Subdivisions are added for either or both topics inNumber heading 025.27 for Ballet 792 Recreational and performing arts 792 .7 Variety shows and theatrical dancing .78 Theatrical dancing .8 Ballet and modern dance Selection and acquisition of materials about ballet and modern dance Base number for acquisition 025.27 7928 Ballet & modern dance (schedule) 220

Bible 220.5201220.5209 English 220 Add to each subdivision identified by * as follows: 01-02 Standard subdivisions [03] Dictionaries, encyclopedias, concordances Do not use; class in 3 05-08 Standard subdivisions 09 Geographic and persons treatment Do not use; class in 8 2 Standard editions 3 Concordances, indexes, dictionaries 8 History, criticism, explanation 220

Bible 220.5201220.5209 English 220 .520 6 .520 7 *New English Bible and Revised English Bible *Jerusalem Bible and New Jerusalem Bible Subdivisions are added for either or both topics in heading Concordance to the Jerusalem Bible Back to in-schedule table 220.5207 220

Bible 220.520 1220.520 9 English 220 Add to each subdivision identified by * as follows: 05-08 Standard subdivisions 09 Geographic and persons treatment Do not use; class in 8 2 Standard editions 3 Concordances, indexes, dictionaries Concordance to the Jerusalem Bible 8 History, criticism, explanation 220.5207 3

of the translation 372 .1 Education 372 Organization and activities in elementary education .11-.18 Go to general section on education School organization and activities in elementary education Add to base number 372.1 the numbers following in 371.1-371.8, e.g.

Flexible371 scheduling in elementary administration 372.12; however, schools for use of drama as a method 372.1 see base number of instruction, 372.66 371 Education 371 Add to base number 372.1 .2 School administration; administration the numbers following 371 in 371.1-371.8

of student academic activities Flexibleand scheduling in schools .24 Schedules school day .242 Schedules371.242 Including flexible scheduling Flexible scheduling elementary Classin here scheduling, school week schools 372.1 242 base number 324

Political science .24.29 Parties in specific countries in modern world 324 Except where specifically instructed to the contrary below, for a country or for localities within a country add to base number 324.2 notation 49 from Table 2 for the specific country, e.g. parties of France 324.244; Liberal Parties Lithuania then add to theofnumber according to the table below, 324.2 Go to e.g. parties in Paris 324.24400944361, Communist Table 2

Party of France 324.244075 T2 Table 2. Areas, Periods, Persons 479 479 3 Lithuania, Latvia, Estonia Lithuania Liberal Parties of Lithuania 324.2 4793 Back to schedule T2 324 Political science .24.29 Parties in specific countries in modern world

324 Except where specifically instructed to the contrary below, for a country or for localities within a country add to base number 324.2 notation 49 from Table 2 for the specific country, e.g. parties of France 324.244; then add to the number according to the table below, e.g. parties in Paris 324.24400944361, Communist Party of France 324.244075 324 Political science 324 .24.29 Parties in specific countries in modern world 02

03 038 04 05 06 07 072 075 075 Historical parties Liberal RightistParties parties of Lithuania Fascist 324.24793 and Nazi parties 06 Conservative parties Centrist parties Liberal parties Leftist and worker parties Social democratic parties Nonauthoritarian socialist parties Communist parties

324 Political science 324 .24.29 Parties in specific countries in modern world Liberal Parties of Lithuania 324.2479306 Political parties in specific country (from schedule) Lithuania (from Table 2) Liberal parties (from schedule) Ten main classes 000 Generalities 100 Philosophy, paranormal phenomena,

psychology 200 Religion 300 Social sciences 400 Language 500 Natural sciences and mathematics 600 Technology (Applied sciences) 700 The arts Fine and decorative arts 800 Literature (Belles-lettres) and rhetoric 900 Geography, history, and auxiliary disciplines 420 Language 420 420490 Specific languages Class here comprehensive works on specific languages and their literatures Except for modifications shown under specific entries, add to base number for each language identified by * notation 018 from Table 4, e.g. grammar of

Japanese 495.65. The base number is the number given for the language unless the schedule specifies a different number Table 4. Subdivisions of Individual Languages and Language Families The following notation is never used alone, but may be used as required by add notes under subdivisions of specific languages or language families, or with the base numbers for individual languages identified by * as explained under 420490, e.g. Norwegian (base number 439.82 phonology (15 in this table): 439.8215. A point is inserted following the third digit of any number thus constructed that is longer than three digits. Table 4. Subdivisions of Individual Languages and Language Families 0109 1 2

3 SUMMARY Standard subdivisions Writing systems, phonology, phonetics of the standard form of the language Etymology of the standard form of the language Dictionaries of the standard form of the language 491 47 ... .479 Other languages 491 Gujarati, Bhili, Rajasthani

*Rajasthani Speed reading Rjasthni 491.479 Go to Table 4 T4 Table 4. Subdivisions of Individual Languages T4 84 842 843 843 2 Reading Remedial reading Developmental reading Rapid reading (Speed reading) Speed reading Rjasthni 491.479 8432 Rjasthni (from schedule)

Speed reading (from Table 4) 492 .8 .81 .82 .83 .87 Other languages Ethiopian languages *Geez language *Tigr *Tigrinya *Amharic Amharic-English dictionary Start with the language farthest from your own

492.87 Go to Table 4 492 T4 Table 4. Subdivisions of Individual Languages T4 3 302 8 Dictionaries of the standard form of the language Techniques, procedures, apparatus, equipment, materials 31 Specialized dictionaries 32-39 Bilingual dictionaries Add to 3 notation 29 from Table 6, e.g. dictionaries of the language and English 321, dictionary of French and English

443.21. Amharic-English dictionary base no. for Amharic 492.873 Go to Table 6 Table 6. Languages The following notation is never used alone, but may be used with those numbers from the schedules and other tables to which the classifier is instructed to add notation from Table 6When adding to a number from the schedules, always insert a point between the third and fourth digits of the complete number. SUMMARY 1 Indo-European languages 2 English and Old English (Anglo-Saxon) 3 Germanic (Teutonic) languages T6 Table 6. Languages

1 T6 Indo-European languages 291 Specific Indo-European languages 2 English and Old English (Anglo-Saxon) 21 English Amharic-English dictionary 492.873 21 Base no. for Amharic (from schedule) Dictionary (from Table 4) English (from Table 6) Second summary The Hundred Divisions 900

910 920 930 940 950 960 970 980 990 History Geography & travel Biography & genealogy History of ancient world (to ca. 499) History of Europe History of Asia History of Africa History of North America History of South America History of other areas 910 910 Geography and travel Geography and travel

Class here interdisciplinary works on tourism, on travel Class general works on civilization, other than accounts of travel, in 909; class works on civilization 910 913-919 Geography of and travel in ancient world and specific continents, countries, localities in modern world; extraterrestrial worlds 910 Geography and travel 910 913-919 Geography of and travel in ancient world and specific continents, countries, localities

Go to in modern world; extraterrestrial worlds Table 2 Add to base number 91 notation 39 from Table 2, e.g. geography of England 914.2 then add further as follows: Travel in Tasmania 91 T2 Table 2. Areas, Periods, Persons 945 9 Mallee district 946 Tasmania Travel in Tasmania 91 9.46 Geography and travel Back to Geog. & travel Tasmania

schedule + (schedule) (Table 2) T2 910 Geography and travel 913-919 910 Geography of and travel in ancient world 1 countries, and specific continents, localities 2 in modern world; extraterrestrial worlds Add to base number 91 notation 39 from Table 2, e.g. geography of England 914.2 then add further as follows:

04 Travel Class here discovery, exploration; guidebooks Travel in Tasmania 919.46 04 Geog. & travel (from sched.) Tasmania (from T2) Travel (from sched.) Second summary The Hundred Divisions 900 910 920 930 940 950

960 970 980 990 History Geography & travel Biography & genealogy History of ancient world (to ca. 499) History of Europe History of Asia History of Africa History of North America History of South America History of other areas 930 930990 History of specific areas 930 History of ancient world; of specific continents, countries, localities; of extraterrestrial

worlds Add to base number 9 notation 39 from Table 2, e.g., general history of Europe 940 then add further as follows: 001 History Philosophy and theory of Tasmania 002 Miscellany 00223 Maps,9plans, diagrams Go to 003 Dictionaries 004 Racial, ethnic, national Tablegroups 2 Add to 004 notation T2 Table 2. Areas, Periods, Persons

945 9 Mallee district 946 Tasmania History of Tasmania 9 94.6 History History (schedule) + Tasmania (Table 2) T2 Geography versus history Geography of Tasmania 919.46 History of Tasmania 994.6 930

930990 History of specific areas 930 History of ancient world; of specific continents, countries, localities; of extraterrestrial worlds Add to base number 9 notation 39 from Table 2, e.g., general history of Europe 940 then add further as follows: 001 Philosophy and theory History of Tibetan People in 002 Miscellany Tasmania 00223 Maps, plans, diagrams Go

to 003 Dictionaries 9 004 Racial, ethnic, national Tablegroups 2 Add to 004 notation T2 Table 2. Areas, Periods, Persons T2 945 9 Mallee district 946 Tasmania Back to schedule History of Tibetan People inTasmania 9 94.6 History History

(schedule) + Tasmania (Table 2) 930 History of specific areas 930 930990 History of Add to base number 9 notation 39 from Table 2, e.g., general history of Europe 940 then add further as follows: 001 004 Philosophy and theory Ethnic and national groups

Add to 004 notation 059 from Table 5 History of Tibetan People in Tasmania Go to 994.6 004 Table 5 Table 5. Ethnic and National Groups The following numbers are never used alone, but may be used as required (either directly when so noted or through the interposition of notation 089 from Table 1) with any number from the schedules 0509 01 SUMMARY [Persons of mixed ancestry] North Americans Table 5. Ethnic and National Groups SUMMARY

0509 [Persons of mixed ancestry] 1 North Americans 2 British, English, Anglo-Saxons 3 Germanic people 4 Modern Latin peoples 5 Italians, Romanians, related groups 6 Spanish and Portuguese 7 Other Italic peoples 8 Greeks and related groups 9 Other ethnic and national groups T5 Table 5. Ethnic and Nat. Groups T5

9 Other ethnic and national groups 91 92 93 94 Other Indo-European peoples Semites Tibetans Non-Semitic Afro-Asiatic peoples Peoples of North and West Asian origin or situation; Dravidians East and Southeast Asian peoples Africans and people of African descent North American native peoples South American native peoples Papuans, Australian native peoples; Malayo-Polynesian and related 95 96 97 98

99 T5 Table 5. Ethnic and Nat. Groups 95 951 954 T5 East and Southeast Asian peoples Chinese Tibetans History of Tibetan People in Tasmania 994.6004 954 History (sched.) Tasmania Ethnic grps (from T2) (sched.)

Tibetans (from Table 5) 930 930990 01-09 History of specific areas (Continued) Historical periods 930 ... Add to 0 the period division numbers following 0 from the appropriate continent, country, locality in 930-990 Unless others are specified, add to each geographical subdivision of a country the period notations for the country as a whole, but only for those periods during which the specific subdivision formed part of the country. 954

954 ... (.01) History of Asia Orient Far East 954 *South Asia India Ancient history to 647 (Optional number; prefer History of India during the reign of 934) Shahjahan .02 647-1785 .021

647-997 954.0257 .025 6 Reign of Jahangir, 1605-1627 .025 7 Reign of Shahjahan, 1628-1658 History India (place) 0 Reign of Shahjahan (period) *Add as instructed under 930-990 930 History of specific areas 930990 (Continued) 01-09 Historical periods 930

Add to 0 the period division numbers following 0 from the appropriate country, locality in 930-990 History of Delhi during the reign of Shahjahan Go to 9 Table 2 T2 54 Table 2. Areas, Periods, Persons 545 6 T2 South Asia India Delhi Class here Delhi, New Delhi

History of Delhi during the reign of Shahjahan 9 54.56 History (schedule) + Delhi (Table 2) Back to schedule 954 954 ... (.01) History of Asia Orient Far East 954 *South Asia India

Ancient history to 647 (Optional number; prefer History of Delhi during the reign of 934) Shahjahan .02 647-1785 .021 647-997 954.56 0257 .025 6 Reign of Jahangir, 1605-1627 .025 7 Reign of Shahjahan, 1628-1658 History Delhi

(place) 0 Reign of Shahjahan (period) *Add as instructed under 930-990 9 History 954 History of India .0256 .0257 Aurangzeb .0258 Shahjahan Jahangir

.0257 Aurangzeb Shahjahan Jahangir .0256 954.56 History of Delhi .0258 930 930990 History of specific areas 930 History of ancient world; of specific continents, countries, localities; of extraterrestrial

Go to worlds Table 2 Add to base number 9 notation 39 from Table 2, e.g., general history of Europe 940 then add further as follows: 001 Philosophy and theory 002 Miscellany HistoryMaps, of English cities 00223 plans, diagrams 003 Dictionaries 9 004 Racial, ethnic, national groups Add to 004 notation T2

42 Table 2. Areas, Periods, Persons 421 421 2 T2 England and Wales Greater London City of London History of English cities 9 42 History Back to schedule History England (schedule) + (Table 2)

930 History of specific areas 930 930990 (Continued) 00910098 Areas, regions, places in general Add to 009 the numbers following 1 in notation 1118 from Table 2, e.g. urban regions 009732 History of English cities Go to 1118 942 .009 section of T2 T2 Table 2. Areas, Periods, Persons 1

17 T2 Areas, regions, places in general; oceans and seas "Add to 009 the numbers following 1 Socioeconomic regions in notation 1118" 173 Socioeconomic regions by concentration of population 173 2 Urban regions

173 3 Suburban regions History of English cities 173 4 Rural regions 942.009 732 History (sched.) England (from T2) Areas in gen. (sched.) Urban areas (from T2)

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