Arts and Recreation

The Moving Image Genre-Form Guide

"While developing terminology for application to the moving image holdings of archives and libraries, the Moving Image Genre-Form Guide follows the traditional methods of film and television scholarship as closely as possible. The vast and steadily growing literature of genre studies has been relied upon: hundreds of books and many more articles authored on genre theory, as well as analyzing specific genres.

Guidelines on Subject Access to Individual Works of Fiction, Drama, etc. Genre Terms

"Guidelines on Subject Access to Individual Works of Fiction, Drama, Etc., 2nd edition, was published in 2000. The Guidelines constitute a recommendation for national standard practice in the provision of genre and subject access to individual works of fiction, drama, poetry, humor, and folklore in all formats."

Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission Thesaurus

"Le Thésaurus du CRTC contient les descripteurs utilisés pour l'indexation des pages et documents situés sur le site web du CRTC. Cela permet aux utilisateurs de trouver plus facilement l'information dont ils ont besoin, dans la mesure où les moteurs de recherche acceptent les métadonnées."

"The CRTC Thesaurus contains the preferred terms used to index CRTC information resources on its website. Describing web resources using controlled terminology improves the ability of users to find the information they need when search engines are metadata-enabled."

The Cultural Objects Names Authority

"The focus of CONA is works cataloged in scholarly literature, museum collections, visual resources collections, archives, libraries, and indexing projects with a primary emphasis on art, architecture, or archaeology. There are many fields in CONA, however through titles/names (equivalence relationships), as well as hierarchical and associative relationships, the basic structure of CONA is that of a thesaurus in compliance with ISO and NISO standards.

BIRTH Television Archive Multilingual Thesaurus

"To enable a thematical and geographical searching for archive material with different language background a multilingual thesaurus is available. This thesaurus includes thematical and geographical terms. Every term is available in the four languages English, French, German and Dutch. By using one thesaurus term on searching, the translation of this term is included and search results for all four languages are returned."

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