305 Groups of people

Library of Congress Children's Subject Headings

"The Library of Congress Subject Headings Supplemental Vocabularies: Children’s Headings (LCSHAC) is a thesaurus which is used in conjunction with LCSH. It is not a self-contained vocabulary, but is instead designed to complement LCSH and provide tailored subject access to children and young adults when LCSH does not provide suitable terminology, form, or scope for children. LCSHAC records can be identified by the LCCN prefix 'sj'."

Gender and Science Taxonomy

"The Gender and Science Taxonomy provides a fixed set of key topics and keywords to classify all content on GenPORT. The taxonomy is organized around 7 top-level concepts, each holding itself several sub-categories. The taxonomy has been developed by the GenPORT Consortium in consultation with several stakeholders over the entire duration of the project. Currently, the taxonomy is fixed; however, it is available as standard compliant vocuabulary.

Lesbian Herstory Archives Subject Files

"Our 1,569 fascinating Subject Files fill the drawers of four, five drawer horizontal file cabinets plus overflow boxes. Think of these files as 'Lesbians and…'. The first file is 'Abortion' and the last is 'Youth'. In between are such topics as 'African-Ancestral Lesbians', 'Bars', 'Health Care', 'Marriage', 'Music Festivals', 'Publishers', 'Religion', 'Theatre', and 'Violence'. We have a complete listing of these files with cross-referencing plus a thesaurus to help you locate information related to your interest.

Library of Congress Demographic Group Terms

"This vocabulary will be used to describe the creators of, and contributors to, resources, and also the intended audience of resources. It will be created and maintained by the Policy and Standards Division, and be distinct from the other vocabularies that are maintained by that division: Library of Congress Subject Headings (LCSH), Library of Congress Genre/Form Terms for Library and Archival Materials (LCGFT), and the Library of Congress Medium of Performance Thesaurus for Music (LCMPT).


"This is an International Thesaurus of Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender Index Terms that is currently used by https://www.digitaltransgenderarchive.net.

This vocabulary was originally a project of the International Homo/Lesbian Informatiecentre & Archives and compiled by Jack van der Wel (with support of Ellen Greenblatt) in 2013. That offline document has been transcrabed into the Linked Data provider under development here."

A Women's Thesaurus

"The language of standard indexing and classification systems-terms used in most journals, libraries, filing systems, and databases-does not offer vocabulary consistently or sufficiently detailed and up-to-date to retrieve the wealth of resources available. Existing classifications frequently overlook emerging topics of special concern to women. As a result, important information is lumped under 'women' or is inaccessible.

Vocabulari terminològic LGBT

"Aquest vocabulari, elaborat per Marta Breu, recull prop de 200 termes relatius a l’àmbit LGBT, és a dir, al col·lectiu de lesbianes, gais, bisexuals i transgèneres. Es tracta de terminologia bàsica vinculada amb l’orientació sexual, la identitat sexual i de gènere i la relació del col·lectiu LGBT amb la societat (activisme, drets i família, oci, etc.). El vocabulari prové d’un treball de final de màster de l’autora i ha estat revisat pel TERMCAT, concretament per la terminòloga Dolors Montes. És una obra oberta que es preveu d’anar ampliant amb nous termes i noves branques temàtiques.

"This vocabulary Brief prepared by Marta, includes nearly 200 terms relating to the LGBT sphere, ie, the group of lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender. This is basic terminology related to sexual orientation, sexual and gender identity and LGBT relationship with society (activism, rights and family, leisure, etc.). the vocabulary comes from a final master author and has been reviewed by TERMCAT specifically Dolors Montes terminology. it is an open work is expected to be expanded with new terms and new topics branches.