305 Groups of people

Iwi – New Zealand Standard Classification

"Statistics on the size and demographic characteristics of Iwi affiliates are needed: to allow the Crown and Iwi to monitor the performance of Treaty of Waitangi obligations; to assist in allocating resources and funds to Iwi; to assist Iwi in planning social and economic developments; to assist Waitangi Tribunal decisions on land ownership, fishing rights, etc; to assist central, regional and local government agencies planning and providing services to Iwi in areas such as housing, health, social welfare and special assistance programmes; to assist local government in the administration of

"Statistics on the size and demographic characteristics of Iwi affiliates are needed: to allow the Crown and Iwi to monitor the performance of Treaty of Waitangi obligations; to assist in allocating resources and funds to Iwi; to assist Iwi in planning social and economic developments; to assist Waitangi Tribunal decisions on land ownership, fishing rights, etc; to assist central, regional and local government agencies planning and providing services to Iwi in areas such as housing, health, social welfare and special assistance programmes; to assist local government in the administration of

Child Dependency Status Standard Classification

"Child dependency is an important variable in determining the composition of families and households. Census and many other surveys (eg Household Labour Force Survey, New Zealand Income Survey, and Household Economic Survey) use the child dependency classifications to derive information about dependent and non-dependent children. Three classifications are included in the scope of this standard: dependent child under 18 indicator classification; dependent young person indicator classification; child dependency status classification.

"Child dependency is an important variable in determining the composition of families and households. Census and many other surveys (eg Household Labour Force Survey, New Zealand Income Survey, and Household Economic Survey) use the child dependency classifications to derive information about dependent and non-dependent children. Three classifications are included in the scope of this standard: dependent child under 18 indicator classification; dependent young person indicator classification; child dependency status classification.

Open Family Services Directory

"The Open Family Services subject vocabulary provides a way of categorising family services within the Open Family Services Directory (formerly DfE Family Information Directory). The 'Guidance' tab describes how the list is used and links to guidance and complementary controlled vocabulary files. The 'Formats' makes the list available in a variety of formats including its native ZThes XML format."

"The Open Family Services subject vocabulary provides a way of categorising family services within the Open Family Services Directory (formerly DfE Family Information Directory). The 'Guidance' tab describes how the list is used and links to guidance and complementary controlled vocabulary files. The 'Formats' makes the list available in a variety of formats including its native ZThes XML format."

Thesaurus of Aging Terminology

"This edition of the Thesaurus contains 2,095 main terms, including 228 geographical terms, as well as 753 nonpostable cross-references. The Thesaurus of Aging Terminology is divided into three sections: Relational Terms, Rotated Terms, and Geographical Terms. The Relational Terms section indicates all levels of relationship among Thesaurus terms. The Rotated Terms section provides an alphabetized columnar listing of all words found within Thesaurus terms.

Thésaurus La Femme

"Nombre total de termes: 849, Nombre total de descripteurs: 645, Nombre total de non descripteurs: 204. Nous avons élaboré ce thésaurus sur la femme destiné à faciliter l’indexation et la recherche dans la cadre du projet d’informatisation du service."

"Total number of terms: 849, Total number of descriptors: 645, Total number of non-descriptors: 204. We have developed this thesaurus on women to facilitate indexing and research in the service computerization project . "

Thésaurus Accueil et Insertion Jeunes

"Le thésaurus, dans son état actuel, demande à être validé par les professionnels de l’accueil/insertion des jeunes de la région Centre. Il est expérimental, son élaboration (structuration et choix des descripteurs) reposant sur des hypothèses de travail qu’il reste à confirmer ou infirmer. D’autre part, il y a sûrement des synonymes à intégrer, des associations supplémentaires à introduire ainsi que des notes d’application à ajouter.

"The thesaurus, in its current state, needs to be validated by the professionals of the reception / integration of the young people of the Center region. It is experimental, its elaboration (structuring and choice of the descriptors) There are surely synonyms to be included, additional associations to be inserted and application notes to be added This thesaurus allows several levels of use, from the simple classification of the documents To bibliographic research in the documentary holdings of the network, to the indexing of documents. "

Nga Upoko Tukutuku

"The list of over 1,000 headings and their associated references is appropriate for use at a public library level. The purpose is to provide a structured path to subjects that Maori customers can relate to and use to find material in libraries. It is not intended to be used as a dictionary. It has been developed so that cataloguers and descriptive archivists have a reliable and comprehensive resource to use when describing material either in or about Maori. It will be used by the National Library of New Zealand to enhance its service to Maori library users.

Australian Institute of Aboriginal and Torres Straight Islander Studies Thesauri

"Pathways contains the terms we use to describe the items in the AIATSIS Collections. Including, a thesaurus for subjects relating to Australian Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander studies, language groups and people, and place names.
The Subject Thesaurus contains the AIATSIS Library's in-house, faceted subject headings. It reflects AIATSIS' exclusive interest in Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander studies. Where possible, the choice of headings tries to reflect Indigenous perspectives.

National Museum of the American Indian Reference Lists (Thesauri)

"The following reference lists represent NMAI controlled terminologies in their respective hierarchies. Use these reference lists if you are in doubt about what terms are used or how they should be entered for searches. If you cannot quickly locate a term you may use your browser's 'Find' ('Ctrl' + 'F') option combination to see if a term is listed. When you click on a term in a Reference List, a search is automatically performed across all applicable collections categories. Peoples/Cultures Thesaurus Reference List: Includes the six highest levels of cultural terms used in this website.

Iwi-Hapū Names List

"It is derived from the waka, iwi and hapū names in He Puna Kupu Māori and Tāpuhi and has been reviewed by Te Taura Whiri (Māori Language Commission). This list has been developed for the wider library and archives communities and will be used by the National Library of New Zealand to enhance its service to Māori library users. However it should not be seen as authoritative beyond its intended purpose for use in libraries and archives."

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