indigenous population

Brian Deer Classification Scheme

"Xwi7xwa Library uses a modified version of the Brian Deer classification system, developed by Kahnawake librarian Brian Deer for the National Indian Brotherhood (now the Assembly of First Nations) in the 1970s. Xwi7xwa Library employs a modified version of the classification scheme in order to better reflect the library's unique collection and clientele."

Lapponica

"Lapponica-asiasanasto on Rovaniemen kirjaston vuosikymmenien kuluessa kokoama erikoisasiasanasto, jota käytetään Lapin maakuntakokoelman ja sitä laajemman pohjoiskalottikokoelman sisällönkuvailuun. Erikoista asiasanastossa on varsinkin saamelaisiin liittyvä terminologia. Erikoisasiasanaston laatimisen syy on ollut tarve termeille, joita on ollut vaikea kuvata yleisempien asiasanojen avulla. Asiasanastossa on mukana myös laajemman arktisen alueen sanoja ja jonkin verran pohjoisiin suomalais-ugrilaisiin sukukansoihin liittyviä termejä."

"Lapponica thesaurus is within Rovaniemi library's decades-edited a special vocabulary that is used to Lapland collection and the wider pohjoiskalottikokoelman for indexing. A special feature thesaurus is especially terminology in relation to the Sami people. The reason for drawing up Special Case glossary has been the need for the terms that have been difficult to describe the more general subject headings form. Thesauruses is involved also the wider Arctic region and words related somewhat to the northern Finno-Ugric kindred peoples of terms. "

Māori Descent – Standard Classification

"Māori descent is a key variable in meeting the demand for information on the number, distribution and characteristics of the tangata whenua. Māori descent is a flat classification with two categories – excluding residual categories."

"Māori descent is a key variable in meeting the demand for information on the number, distribution and characteristics of the tangata whenua. Māori descent is a flat classification with two categories – excluding residual categories."

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

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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