3611 humanities

Centre de Documentation en Sciences humaines Liste des mots-clés

"Les mots-clés ont été attribués après lecture selon un thesaurus constamment mis à jour par des spécialistes, en fonction de l'évolution des disciplines."

"The keywords were assigned after reading according to a thesaurus constantly updated by specialists, depending on the evolution of the disciplines."

Taxonomy of Digital Research Activities in the Humanities

"This taxonomy of digital research activities in the humanities has been developed for use by community-driven sites and projects that aim to structure information relevant to digital humanities and make it more easily discoverable. The taxonomy is expected to be particularly useful to endeavors aiming to collect information on digital humanities tools, methods, projects, or readings."

Facet Analytical Theory in Managing Knowledge Structure for Humanities

"FATHUM is a faceted classification designed to accommodate the humanities and was developed for the FATKS project (http://www.ucl.ac.uk/fatks). During this one year project, the following parts of the humanities vocabulary were developed: broad knowledge classification (300 concepts); generally applicable concepts (3000 concepts); religion (2200 concepts); the arts (300 terms). A contextual subject alphabetical index (chain index) contains 9300 entries.

African Studies Thesaurus

"It contains some 5,200 English descriptors (or preferred terms). An additional 6,900 non-preferred terms guide the user to preferred terms. Developed as an indexing and retrieval tool for the ASC library collection, the African Studies Thesaurus reflects the characteristics and main thematic areas of the collection. Specific Africa-related descriptors include the names of countries and regions, ethnic groups, African languages, African polities and political parties in Africa.

Vocabulario Controlado de la Biblioteca de la Facultad de Filosofía y Letras (UNCUYO)

"En general se toma como guía el Tesauro de la Unesco. Cuando ha sido necesario se han modificado alguna de sus relaciones (alternativas de sinónimos y de la relación UP o USE) o se han incorporado las de otros tesauros. En el caso de términos extraídos de otros tesauros u obras de referencia, y que no han sido integrados con los del Tesauro de la Unesco, se ha anotado sólo la fuente. Los términos que aparecen unidos por el asterisco por ejemplo Historia*Argentina deben interpretarse como Historia argentina.

"In general, the Unesco Thesaurus is taken as a guide, and when it has been necessary, some of its relations (alternatives of synonyms and of the relation UP or USE) have been modified or those of other thesauri have been incorporated. Extracted from other thesauri or reference works, and which have not been integrated with those of the Unesco Thesaurus, only the source has been annotated.The terms that are joined by the asterisk for example History * Argentina must be interpreted as Argentine history.

Index New Zealand Thesaurus

"Until September 2007 subject terms used in Index New Zealand were from the Index New Zealand Thesaurus, which is based on the APAIS thesaurus, created by the National Library of Australia. This version was released in November 2005 and contains over 1,200 preferred terms. The Index New Zealand Thesaurus has been designed to describe journal and newspaper articles about New Zealand and the South Pacific in the areas of social sciences and humanities."

Humanities and Social Science Electronic Thesaurus

"The thesaurus was initially based on the UNESCO Thesaurus and is continuously expanded and updated by the UK Data Archive. As new terms appear in our studies, new terms will be found in the thesaurus. HASSET is the basis for the multilingual European Language Social Science Thesaurus (ELSST) which is currently translated into nine languages and is used to aid retrieval in the CESSDA Catalog. HASSET displays the relationships between terms and so can help you broaden your search or make it more specific.