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A.artFROMArt, in generalABAArt theory
S. also: QDTNaestheticsABCArt: conservation and restorationABKArt forgery, art theftABQFinancial aspects of art, investment
Class here: auctions, foundations, patronage and sponsorshipAFArt forms
In addition to AF * codes, also, where appropriate, assign AG * codes and style qualifiers (6 *)AFCPainting and paintingAFCCWatercolor paintingAFCLOil paintingAFCMMurals & Murals
Class here: illusion painting, frescoes, ceiling paintings1.3AFFdrawingAFHprintAFJOther graphic art
Class here: collage, photo montage, street art, graffiti, tattoos, body paintingAFKNon-graphic artAFKBSculpture and plasticAFKCArt: carvingsAFKGPrecious metals, gemstones and jewelry: art and design
Class here: gold and silversmiths, Faberge etc
S. also: WFJJewelry, pearl jewelry, WCPAntiques and collectibles: jewelry, WCR Antiques and collectibles: gold, silver and other metals (excluding jewelry), WFPDecorative metalworkAFKNInstallation artAFKPPerformance artAFKVElectronic art, holography, video artAFPArt: ceramics, pottery, glass
Class here: decorative ceramics, mosaics, stained glass
S. also: WFNPottery, ceramics and glass craftsAFTDecorative art
Class here: ornament, decorative details, art books
S. also: WF *Handicraft, decoration and handicrafts and their subcategories1.3AFWTextile art
Class here: decorative (wall) carpets, tapestries and textiles other than art
S. also: ACTFashion and clothing, WFB *Needlework and sewing and their subcategories, WFF Carpet craft, WFGSpinning and weavingAGArt: themes and techniques
In addition to AG * codes, AF * codes and style qualifiers (6 *) should also be used where appropriateAGAArt history
In addition to AGA codes, other A * codes as well as geographical, style and time qualifiers are also to be used where appropriateConditionsindividual artists, artist monographsAGCExhibition catalogs, museum catalogs and collections
S. also: WTHMTravel guide: museums, historical sites, galleries, etc., GLZMuseum and monument studiesAGHRepresentation of peopleAGHFPortraits & Self-Portraits in Art1.3AGHNNude artAGHXErotic art
If appropriate, also use 5X qualifiers
S. also: AJCXErotic and nude photographyAGKSmall format, secular and domestic motifs in art
Class here: genre representations, everyday scenes & events in art1.3AGNNature in art1.3AGNAAnimals in art
Class here: animal painters, wildlife art, birds, insects, fish in art, etc1.3AGNBplantsAGNLLandscapes / seascapes1.3AGNSStill life
Class here: vanitas. Class here: depictions of small-format scenes of mostly inanimate objects, both natural and artificial.1.3AGPObjects in art (cityscape, machines, etc.)EGRReligious motifs in art
If appropriate, also use QR * codesAGZArt: basics and techniques
Class here: textbooks and specialist books (also for advanced learners) on art techniques, color theory, perspective, etc.
S. also: WFAManual: Painting and ArtAJphotographyAJCPhotography: collections
Use with: other codes to view the collection of designs
S. also: WQPPlaces in old photographs1.3AJCDindividual photographersAJCPPhotography: portraits & self-portraits1.11.3AJCXErotic and nude photography
If appropriate, also use 5X qualifiers
S. also: AGHXErotic artAJFPhotojournalism
Class here: photo reportage
S. also: DNPReports and journalistic coverage1.1AJTPhoto equipment, photo technology
S. also: UGPPhoto and image editingAJTACamera manualsAJTFSpecial techniques in photography
Class here: aerial photographyAJTVVideo photography / videography
S. also: AFKVElectronic art, holography, video art, ATFXFilm production: production techniques, ATJX Television production: production techniques1.3AKIndustrial design, product design, advertising graphics
Also use style qualifiers with AK * codes where appropriateAKBindividual designers
Use with: other categories to indicate which design field is appropriate, e.g. AKT for fashion designers and AGA for historical approaches1.3AKCGraphic designAKDTypography and font
S. also: WFUCalligraphy and handwritingAKHBook design
S. also: WFTBook and paper craftAKHMManuscripts and book illumination
Class here: miniatures, illuminated manuscripts or painted manuscripts1.3AKLIllustration and advertising graphicsAKLBillustration
S. also: AFFdrawingAKLCArt: comics, cartoons
S. also: AFFdrawingAKLC1Art: graphic novels, mangas
If necessary, use X * for the shape of the work of art
S. also: XA *Graphic Novels and Comics: Formats and their Subcategories, XR *Graphic Novels and Comics: Manual and Review and their Subcategories, AFF drawing1.2AKLFGame Art (computer games)
Use for: artistic aspects of game design, graphics, etc.
S. also: UGGComputer game design1.1AKLPPoster artACPProduct design
S. also: TBDConstruction, design, UGCComputer-Aided Design (CAD)AKRFurniture designACTFashion and clothing
Use with: AKB for individual fashion designers, AGA for the history of fashion and temporal qualifier 3 *, if appropriate
S. also: AFWTextile art, WFBNeedlework and sewing, WFF Carpet craft, WFGSpinning and weaving, TDPF Textiles and fibers, KNDDApparel & Textile Industry1.3AKTRNational or regional costumes
Class here: folk, ethnic & traditional costume; use with Geographical Qualifier 1 * codes as appropriate1.3AT THEarchitecture
Also use style qualifiers with AM * codes where appropriateAMAArchitectural theoryAMBIndividual architects and architectural officesAMCArchitectural structure and design
Class here: architectural drawings, areas, elevations, materials, civil engineering1.3AMCDArchitectural details, components and motifs
Use for: work that examines the individual elements of a building or structure, e.g. B. Windows, doors, roof design, ornamentation, etc.1.3AMCREnvironmentally friendly ("green") architecture and ("green") design
Class here: sustainable and energy-efficient architecture1.3AMDArchitecture: professional practiceAMGArchitecture: public institutions, administration buildings
Class here: urban buildings, residential and commercial buildings, including museums, sports stadiums, concert halls, monuments, hospitals, lighthouses, bookshops, galleries, exhibition spaces, train stations, airports, etc.
S. also: JWTMilitary institutions, WTHMTravel guide: museums, historical sites, galleries, etc.1.3AMKArchitecture: residential buildings
Class here: private houses, houses, apartments, flats, lofts. Use with: AMR interior fittings as appropriate
S. also: WJKInterior furnishings, fittings and style guides, AMRArchitecture: interior design1.3AMKHArchitecture: cottages and cottages1.2AMKLArchitecture: castles, fortressesAMKSArchitecture: castles, mansions and villas1.2AMNArchitecture: churches, sacred buildings
Use for: architectural components of abbeys, cathedrals, churches, mosques, synagogues, temples, etc. Use for: books about the buildings1.3AMRArchitecture: interior design
Use for: "Art book" considerations and specialist studies on interior design and design
S. also: WJKInterior furnishings, fittings and style guides1.3AMVLandscape architecture and design
S. also: WMDGarden design and planning1.3AMVDUrban planning and architecture
S. also: RPCCity and community planningAMXHistory of architecture
If appropriate, also use geographic, style and time qualifiersATPerforming artsATCindividual actors and performers
Class here: media personalities, moderators. Use with: appropriate AT * code to indicate whether it is theater, dance, film, television, radio play, etc.
S. also: DNBF *Biographies: Arts and Entertainment and their subcategories1.3ATDTheater studies
S. also: DD *Drama, plays, scripts and their subcategoriesATDCActing techniques
Class here: monologues, auditions etcATDFTheater direction and theater productionATDHTheater: technology, stage technology
Class here: lighting, sound, stage technology, etc.ATDSTheater managementATFFilm, cinema
Use ATF * codes only for the purposes of the performing arts
S. also: KNTMedia, entertainment, information and communication industriesATFAFilm history, film theory and film criticismATFBindividual directors, filmmakersATFDFilm: scriptsATFGFilm guides, film reviewsATFNFilm genres
Class here: specific genres e.g. film noir, western, horror, etc.ATFRDocumentariesATFVAnimated films, cartoonsATFV1Anime
Use for: Japanese-style animated films
S. also: AKLC1Art: graphic novels, mangas1.3ATFXFilm production: production techniques
Class here: cinematography, editing, wardrobe and makeup, lighting, scenery, costume etc1.3ATJTelevision, tv
Use ATJ * codes only for the purposes of the performing arts
S. also: KNTMedia, entertainment, information and communication industriesATJDTelevision: scripts and performances
S. also: WHGHumor on TV, TV comedies1.2ATJSTV drama
Class here: TV series, series, soap operas, TV adaptations of plays etc.ATJXTelevision production: production techniques
Class here: TV camera work, editing, wardrobe and make-up, lighting, scenery, costume etc.1.3ATLradio
Use ATL * codes only for the purposes of the performing arts
S. also: KNTMedia, entertainment, information and communication industriesATLDRadio: scripts and performances1.2ATNInternet and digital media: art and performance
Class here: all aspects of the internet as a media channel, especially materials that are created online; Internet celebrities, bloggers and blogging; Vloggers, podcasts, etc.
S. also: UD *Computing & IT: user manuals and their subcategories, KNTVComputer & video game industry, KNTX Information technology industry1.2ATQdance
Also use style qualifiers with ATQ * codes where appropriateATQCchoreographyATQLballetATQRBallroom dancing
Class here: Latin American dance1.3ATQTContemporary danceATQVDancers / choreographers
Class here: dance troupes, dance groups, company1.3ATQZFolk danceATXOther performing arts
Class here: pantomime, noh, street theater, vaudeville, music hall, cabaret, juggling, ventriloquism etc.1.3ATXCCircus and circus knowledge
Class here: clowns, funambulism, acrobatics
S. also: ATXZAnimal shows, trained animals1.3ATXDComedy and stand-up
Class here: improvisational comedy, impressionists, alternative comedy, sketch comedy, comedian1.3ATXFCharms and magic
Class here: illusions, dexterity, card tricks, magicians as actors
S. also: QRYX2Magic, Alchemy and Hermetics, VXWMMagic, spell and alchemy1.3ATXMPuppet theater, marionette theater, paper theaterATXPFestivals, pageants, paradesATXZAnimal shows, trained animalsATXZ1BullfightAVmusic
Also use style qualifiers with AV * codes where appropriateAVAMusicology and Music TheoryAVCMusic reviewAVDDiscographiesAVLMusic: styles and genres
ALWAYS use style qualifiers with AVL * codes where appropriateAVLAOrchestra and formal musicAVLCChoral music, vocal musicAVLFOperaAVLKSpiritual, religious musicAVLMFilm music and incidental music
Class here: works on musicals, film music1.1AVLPLight music, pop music
Class here: jazz, rock, pop, soul or rap music, etc. Any popular genre of music that is not art music or folk music. Use with: Style Qualifier 6 * as appropriate to indicate the specific style or genre of music1.3AVLTTraditional music and folk musicAVLWWorld music and regional music
Use with: Geographic Qualifier 1 * where appropriate1.3AVLXElectronic music
S. also: AVRSElectronic musical instrumentsAVMMusic history
Use with: Style Qualifier 6 *, Geographic Qualifier 1 *, and Temporal Qualifier 3 * as appropriate1.3AVNComposer and songwriterAVPMusicians, singers, bands and groupsAVQScores, libretti, lyricsAVQSSong books, hymn books
Class here: easy to learn songs for piano, guitar etcAVRMusical instrumentsAVRGKeyboard instrumentsAVRG1piano1.2AVRJPercussion instrumentsAVRLString instrumentsAVRL1GuitarsAVRL2Plucked instrumentsAVRL3violin1.2AVRNWind instrumentsAVRQMechanical musical instrumentsAVRSElectronic musical instruments
S. also: AVLXElectronic musicAVSMusic: making music, techniques, instructions
Class here: learning an instrument1.2AVSASinging technique
Class here: learning to sing1.3AVXMusic recording and playback, technology
S. also: UDMDigital music: user information, TTAAcoustics and sound engineering, KNT Media, entertainment, information and communication industriesC.Language and linguisticsCBLanguage, general and reference books
If appropriate, use language qualifiers with CB * codesCBDDictionaries
Use with: Language Qualifier 2 * as appropriate1.3CBDXDictionaries, bilingual and multilingual
Use with: Language Qualifier 2 * as appropriate1.3CBFSynonym dictionaries, thesauri
Use with: Language Qualifier 2 * as appropriate1.3CBGGrammars, manuals, reference grammars
Use with: Language Qualifier 2 * as appropriate1.3CBPGiving speeches: counselor
Use for: public speaking guides, sample speeches, and quotations. Use for wedding and groomsmen speeches with WJW1.1CBVCreative writing, manualsCBVSScenic writing, scripts, dramasCBWWriting, technical writing, style guides
Class here: general and specific guides and specialist books on journalistic writing, technical documentation, writing letters, etc.1.3CBXLanguage: history and generalCFLinguistics, linguistics
Also use language qualifiers with CF * codes where appropriate. The CF * Codes refer to scientific and technical literature ONLYCFAPhilosophy of language
S. also: GTDSemiotics and semiologyCFBSociolinguisticsCFCLiteracy
S. also: JNFEducational strategies and policies, VSLLiteracy in adult education: manual, textbookCFDPsycholinguistics and Cognitive Linguistics
Class here: neurolinguistics1.3CFDCLanguage acquisitionCFDMBilingualism and multilingualismCFFHistorical and Comparative Linguistics
Class here: history of language, etymology, language family theory etc
S. also: CBXLanguage: history and generalCFFDColloquial language, vernacular, dialect
S. also: WHLSlang and dialect humorCFGSemantics, discourse analysis, stylistics
Class here: pragmatics, lexicology, rhetoricCFHPhonetics, phonologyCFRPGrammar, syntax and morphologyCFLPaleography, ancient writings
Class here: studies on writing and writing systems1.2CFLAWriting systems, alphabetsCFMlexicographyCFPTranslation and interpreting
Class here: hermeneuticsCFXComputational and corpus linguistics1.3CFZSign languages, braille, other linguistic communicationCJForeign language acquisition, foreign language didactics
Use CJ * codes for learning a second language by adults, also for ELT / DaZ. Also indicate language qualifiers and qualifiers for educational purpose (4 *)CJAForeign language didactics: theory and methodsCJBForeign language didactics: teaching material, accompanying materialCJBGForeign language acquisition: grammar, vocabulary, pronunciationCJBRForeign language texts
Use for: specially written or simplified texts for learners of a language. These are usually divided into language level and range of vocabulary. Use with: Language Qualifier 2 * and Educational Qualifier 4 * as appropriate, and other categories to indicate whether it is Fiction and Related (F *) or Non-Fiction1.3CJBTForeign language acquisition: self-study
Use for: language learning material for self-study. Use with: Language Qualifier 2 * and Educational Qualifier 4 * as appropriate, for example 4L
S. also: WTKphrasebook1.3CJCForeign language acquisition: special skills
Use with: Language Qualifier 2 * and Educational Qualifier 4 * as appropriate1.3CJCKForeign language acquisition: pronunciation
Use with: Language Qualifier 2 * and Educational Qualifier 4 * as appropriate1.3CJCLForeign language acquisition: listening comprehension
Use with: Language Qualifier 2 * and Educational Qualifier 4 * as appropriate1.3CJCRForeign language acquisition: reading skills
Use with: Language Qualifier 2 * and Educational Qualifier 4 * as appropriate1.3CJCWForeign language acquisition: written expression
Use with: Language Qualifier 2 * and Educational Qualifier 4 * as appropriate1.3CJPSubject-related foreign language acquisition
Use with: Language Qualifiers 2 * and Educational Qualifiers 4 * as appropriate, and other categories1.3CJPDForeign language acquisition for work
Use with: Language Qualifiers 2 * and Educational Qualifiers 4 * as appropriate, and other categories1.3CJPGForeign language acquisition: technology and science
Use With: Language Qualifiers 2 * and Educational Qualifiers 4 * as appropriate, and other categories1.3D.Biographies, literature, literary studiesDBTexts: Antiquity and the Middle Ages
For all texts in ancient and classical languages, except for sagas and epics. If necessary, determine the literary form with an additional D * code1.1DBSLegends and epics
For ancient and medieval sagas and epics, both in the original language version and in modern translation. Possibly. Use geographic qualifiers. Use FN for modern retelling in novel form
S. also: FTGenerational novels, family sagas, FNFairy tales, myths, fables and legends1.1DBSGGreek and Roman mythology
Use for: texts of classical mythology in the original language, an annotated version or a modern translation
S. also: QRSGAncient Greek religion and mythology, QRSLRoman religion and mythology1.11.3DBSNIcelandic and Old Norse legends
Use for: Icelandic and Old Norse sagas in the original language, an annotated version or a modern translation
S. also: QRSWOld Norse Religion and Mythology1.11.3DCLyric poetry
Also use style qualifiers with DC * codes where appropriateDCAClassical poetry, poetry until 1900DCCModern and contemporary poetry (from 1900)DCFIndividual poetsDCQPoetry: anthologies
S. also: DNTAnthologies (not lyrics)DDDrama, plays, scripts
Also use style qualifiers with DD * codes where appropriate
S. also: ATFDFilm: scripts, ATJDTelevision: scripts and performances, ATLD Radio: scripts and performancesDDAClassical Dramas and Dramas (before 1900)DDCModern and contemporary dramas (from 1900)DDLcomedy
Class here: farce1.21.3DDTtragedy
Class here: tragedies, revenge tragedy1.21.3DNBiographies and non-fiction
For DN * codes, if possible, specify more detailed content with an additional code, e.g. SFH "Golf" with DNBS
S. also: FCBiographical novelDNBBiographies: generalDNBAAutobiographies: generalDNBBBiographies: Economy and IndustryDNBB1Autobiographies: Economy and IndustryDNBFBiographies: arts and entertainment
Class here: celebrity biographiesDNBF1Autobiographies: Arts and Entertainment
Class here: celebrity autobiographiesDNBHBiographies: historical, political, militaryDNBH1Autobiographies: historical, political, militaryDNBLBiographies: literatureDNBL1Autobiographies: LiteratureDNBMBiography: Philosophy and Social Sciences1.2DNBM1Autobiography: Philosophy and Social Sciences1.2DNBPBiography: adventurer and explorer1.3DNBP1Autobiography: Adventurer and Explorer1.3DNBRBiographies: Kings and QueensDNBR1Autobiographies: Kings and QueensDNBSBiographies: SportsDNBS1Autobiographies: SportsDNBTBiographies: Science, Technology, and MedicineDNBT1Autobiographies: Science, Technology, and MedicineDNBXBiographies: Religion and SpiritualDNBX1Autobiographies: Religion and SpiritualDNBZCollected biographies
For collected biographies of several people. If necessary, indicate the area of ​​activity (s) with DNB * codes
S. also: GBCBReference works: biographical information (Who’s Who)DNCMemoirs, reports / memories
Memoirs are less structured than autobiographies and usually less comprehensive (e.g. describe only a childhood or a prominent occupation, etc., not the whole of life). If necessary, indicate the area of ​​activity with DNB * codesDNDDiaries, letters, notebooks
In contrast to autobiographies, mere collections of letters and diary entries. If possible, state area of ​​activity with DNB * codeDNGAnimal biographies
Class here: biographies of specific animals such as racehorses, circus animals, trained animals etc.1.3DNLLiterary essays
Use for: essays or chats on literary subjects; classifying essays on a specific topic, for example philosophy, economics, with a code from and within that category1.3DNPReports and journalistic coverage
Class here: collected columns. Use with: appropriate codes, for example K * (economics, finance, business and management) or F * (fiction and related fields) for reportage or collective columns on these topics, standalone use for more general works
S. also: WTL *Travel reports, travel literature and their subcategories, AJFPhotojournalism1.3DNSTalk
For collections of transcribed speeches. If necessary, specify more detailed content with other codes
S. also: QRVHSermonsDNTAnthologies (not poetry)
For anthologies except from poetry collections. If necessary, specify more detailed content with other codes
S. also: DCQPoetry: anthologiesDNXFactual reports, general
For fictional telling of true events, written for the general publicDNXCFactual Reports: True Crime
Use with: JKV * (crime and criminology) or other codes as appropriate1.3DNXC3True Crime: Serial Killers and Murderers1.3DNXHFactual reports: discoveries, history, science
Use for: discoveries of historical or scientific quality1.2DNXMFactual Reports: Wars and BattlesDNXPFactual reports: heroism, adventure, survival
Use for: especially physical tests, caused by mishaps, conflicts, disasters, etc.
S. also: DNXRFact reports: life after abuse, injustice suffered, miscarriage of justice, trauma1.2DNXRFact reports: life after abuse, injustice suffered, miscarriage of justice, trauma
Class here: reports of injustices suffered. Use for: physical or psychological agony after deliberate abuse, miscarriage of justice, crime victim, etc. But use DNXC for reports from the perpetrator's perspective or for objective reports on criminal activity
S. also: DNXCFactual Reports: True Crime, DNXPFactual reports: heroism, adventure, survival1.21.3DNXZFactual reports: eroticDSLiterature: history and criticism
Also use language and style qualifiers with DS * codesDSALiterary theoryDSBLiterary studies, generalDSBBLiterary Studies: Antiquity and the Middle Ages1.1DSBCLiterary studies: 1400 to 1600 (Renaissance / Humanism)DSBDLiterary studies: 1600 to 1800DSBFLiterary studies: 1800 to 1900DSBHLiterary studies: 1900 to 2000DSBH5Literary studies: postcolonial literatureDSBJLiterary studies: from 2000DSCLiterary Studies: Poetry and PoetsDSGLiterary Studies: Dramas and DramatistsDSKLiterary studies: prose, short story, novel, authorsDSMComparative literature science1.2DSRLiterary studies: reference worksDSRCLiterary studies: companion books, literary guides, reviews
S. also: FZFiction: accompanying literature, XR *Graphic Novels and Comics: Manual and Review and their SubcategoriesDSYChildren's and youth literature, in generalDSYCChildren's and youth literature: literary guides, reviewsF.Fiction and related fields
If necessary, use geographical and / or temporal qualifiers if these aspects are particularly relevant; After F * codes, non-fiction codes can be given for central or literary topics1.1FBFiction: general and literary
Use FB only if the chronological order is unknown. Use FBA or FBC if necessary. FB * codes can be used with other F * codes to indicate topics, genre, etc.1.1FBAModern and contemporary fiction
Use for: Fiction and general literature, first published around the late 1950s1.3FBANStreet fiction
Class here: urban fiction. Use for: stories typically set in urban, inner-city enclaves that are often dark and focus on the underside of city life1.3FBCClassic fiction
Use for: works of fiction and non-fiction that are considered classics and were published at least 50 years ago; prefer the classical codes below for genre works
S. also: DBS *Legends and epics and their subcategories, FFCClassic crime novels and mystery, FLC Classic science fiction literature1.3FCBiographical novel
Use for biographical novels about real people's lives (including autobiographical novels). Use with FV if applicable
S. also: DN *Biographies and non-fiction and their subcategories1.1FDSpeculative literatureFDBDystopian and utopian literature
Use for: stories in idealized, dysfunctional, or degenerate societies; To be used with FL * or other F * codes if necessary1.1FDKAlternative world stories
For any literature except fantasy or science fiction that takes place in an imagined world that could have developed with an alternative history (e.g. different outcome of World War II)FFDetective novels and mysteryFFCClassic crime novels and mystery
Use for: crime novels that are generally considered classics and were published at least 50 years ago1.3FFDDetective Fiction and Mystery: Private Investigator / Amateur Detectives
Use for: Stories in which the lead investigator is not an official police or judicial investigator1.3FFHHistorical detective novels and mystery
Use for: modern mystery literature that takes place in times gone by, e.g. Victorian, Middle Ages, Roman times, etc. Use for: Geographical Qualifier 1 * and / or Temporal Qualifier 3 * to indicate the location accordingly1.3FFJDetective Fiction and Mystery: Cozy Mystery
'Provincial Crime', set in rural or traditional communities, with minimal violence and typically an amateur detective as the protagonistFFKDetective Fiction and Mystery: HumorFFLDetective Fiction and Mystery: Hard Boiled, Roman noirFFPDetective Fiction and Mystery: Police Work
Class here: police and forensic investigations, criminal or police investigators1.3FFSDetective Fiction and Mystery: Female InvestigatorsFGSports novels
After FG, S * codes can be added to indicate the sport1.1FHThriller / suspenseFHDSpy thrillerFHKTechno thriller
Use for: Thrillers that have scientific, technical (including computers), medical elements, etc. as an important part1.1FHPPolitical thriller / justice thrillerFHQEsoteric thriller
Thrillers whose plot is based on ancient traditions, secret teachings or esoteric knowledge, e.g. the Holy Grail, etc.FHXPsychological thrillerFJAdventure novelsFJHHistorical adventure novels
Adventure novel set in times gone by. If appropriate, give preference to FJM * codes. Use geographic and / or temporal qualifiers where appropriateFJMWar and military novels1.3FJMCWar Novels: Napoleonic WarFJMFWar novels: First World WarFJMSWar novels: World War IIFJMVWar novels: Vietnam WarFJNMarine stories
Class here: marine and maritime fiction1.3FJWWildwestromane (Western novel)FKHorror literature and the supernaturalFKCClassic horror and ghost stories
Class here: classic horror novels. Use for: horror and ghost stories generally considered classics and published at least 50 years ago1.3FKMContemporary horror literature and ghost stories
Use for: horror fiction nowadays or with contemporary settings published in the late 1950's1.3HFCOccult LiteratureFLScience fictionFLCClassic science fiction literature
Use for: Science fiction works that are generally considered classics and were published at least 50 years ago1.3FLGScience fiction: time travelFLMScience fiction: steampunk
Class here: diesel punk, retro-futurism. Class here: science fiction based on an alternative world in which the steam technology of the 19th century. is the dominant technology1.3FLPScience fiction: near future1.3FLPBScience fiction: cyberpunk / biopunk
Use for: Science fiction that is based on marginalized or less viable characters in a technologically advanced society, or that focuses on the implications of biotechnology or genetic engineering1.3FLQScience fiction: apocalypse / post-apocalypse1.1FLRScience fiction: military
Use for: Science fiction where the military or the organized use of weapons is central to the plot
S. also: FLSScience fiction: space opera, space opera1.1FLSScience fiction: space opera, space opera
Science fiction that takes place in space among technologically advanced high culturesFLUScience fiction: Aliens / UFOs
Class here: first contact, alien invasion1.11.3FLWScience fiction: space exploration
Class here: colonization of space1.3FMFantasy literatureFMBEpic Fantasy (High Fantasy) / Heroic Fantasy
Class here: high fantasy1.3FMHHistorical fantasyFMKFantasy: humorFMMMagical realism1.1FMRFantasy romance
Use for: Fantasy stories with many elements and principles of the romantic genre, but which remain primarily and recognizably a fantasy story
S. also: FRVDark Romance, FRTRomance novels: fantasy and paranormal1.3FMTDark Fantasy
Use for: Fantasy stories with darker and terrifying themes that often contain elements of horror or have a gloomy and threatening atmosphere or a sense of horror and fear1.3FMWContemporary fantasy
Use for: fantasy set in modern times or contemporary settings1.3FMXUrban fantasyFNFairy tales, myths, fables and legends
Class here: myths and legends, (folk) fairy tales or fables in the form of a story. Traditional stories and collections of myths, fairy tales and fables or their modern retelling in narrative form, especially for adults.
S. also: DBS *Legends and epics and their subcategories, QRS *Ancient religions and myths and their subcategories, JBGB Folklore, Myths and Legends, YFJChildren / adolescents: traditional stories1.3FPErotic literature
Use for: Stories of an erotic nature that explicitly deal with sexual relationships or topics that are not primarily a love story. DO NOT use FRX. Use with: Age and Special Interest Qualifier 5X (contains sexually offensive or violence-glorifying material) as appropriate
S. also: FRXErotic romance novels1.3FQContemporary lifestyle literature
Class here: women / girls 'novels (Chick Lit) and men / boys' novels (Lad Lit), romantic comedy, feel-good literature. Class here: stories in the present day or in contemporary locations that deal with everyday or lifestyle topics, mostly in a cheerful way1.11.3FRRomance novelsFRDContemporary romance novels
Use for: romance novel in which the protagonists live and work in a world most readers can understand, with modern conveniences and contemporary social mores1.3FRFWholesome Romance
Class here: sweetheart, clean and cozy romance. Class here: romance novel that contains no strong language or physical intimacy. Use with: FW for religious romance novels, if appropriate, and 5P * codes from qualifiers for age groups and special interest groups, as appropriate1.3FRHHistorical romance novels
Use for: love stories that take place in the past (usually before the author's lifetime) and where the period is a meaningful and essential part of the story, and which portray the spirit, manners and social conditions of that time with realistic details (e.g. novels, who play in the Regency). Use with: Geographic Qualifiers 1 * and / or Temporal Qualifiers 3 * to appropriately indicate the location1.3FRJRomance novels: "Western", rural or "Outback"
Class here: cowboy romance novels. Use for: romance novels that take place in very rural settings, often on farms, ranches, or in small rural communities, usually far from any town1.3FRMFiction: romantic tensionFRPRomance novels in uniform
Class here: military, armed forces, fire brigade, police, pilots, flight attendants, etc. Class here: love stories in which one or more of the main protagonists work in a job where you wear a formal uniform1.3FRQRomance novels: medical
Use for: love stories with doctors, nurses, etc.1.3FRTRomance novels: fantasy and paranormal
Class here: vampire romance novels, shapeshifter. Class here: a love story that mixes elements from the fantasy genre or has mythical creatures or supernatural elements, but remains primarily and recognizable as a love story. Use with: FM * codes if applicable1.3FRURomance novels: time travel1.3FRVDark Romance
Use for: genre love stories where the subjects are somber, often exploring themes of evil or horror that usually depict an anti-hero or non-heroic characters and / or troubling situations1.3FRXErotic romance novels
Use for: Romance novels with explicitly sexual content, but which remain primarily and recognizably a love story. DO NOT use FP. Use With: Age Range and Special Interest Qualifiers 5X as appropriate
S. also: FPErotic literature1.3FSFamily life
Use for: Novels about small family life
S. also: FTGenerational novels, family sagas1.1FTGenerational novels, family sagas
Use for: novels that describe the fate of one or more families, often across generations. Do not use for Icelandic or Nordic sagas. Class here: family saga
S. also: FSFamily life1.1FUFiction: humor
Literature that focuses on humor. Prefer genre-specific 'humor' codes, if necessary, and use them in conjunction with other F * codesFBDSatirical novels and parody (fictional)
Satirical literature or parodies of works, genres or writers
S. also: WHPParody: non-fiction, FYHFiction: Pastiche (imitation / imitation)FVHistorical novel
Use for: stories set in the past (usually before the author's lifetime), where the period is an essential and meaningful part of the story, and which portray the spirit, manners and social conditions of that time with realistic detail. Use with: other F * codes as appropriate. Geographical Qualifier 1 * and / or Temporal Qualifier 3 * to represent the location appropriately. Genre-specific "historical" headings are preferred
S. also: FFHHistorical detective novels and mystery, FJHHistorical adventure novels, FMH Historical fantasy, FRHHistorical romance novels1.3FWFiction: religious, spiritual
Use for: literature intended to convey a religious or spiritual message. Use with: Use 5PG * code from qualifiers for age groups and special interest groups, if appropriate or where these are not available, with QR * or VX * code. Other F * codes, e.g. FR for religious romance novels1.3FXFiction: narrative themes, fabrics, motifs
Use with: (all FX * codes) other F * codes (genre entry) to indicate the narrative motif on which the work is based. FX * codes should never be the first or main category1.11.3FXBFiction: themes, fabrics, motifs: growing up
Class here: Bildungsroman, growing up, adolescence1.1FXDFiction: themes, fabrics, motifs: love and relationships
Use for: Fiction when a relationship or love is the central theme but the text is not a romance genre1.3FXEFiction: themes, fabrics, motifs: environment
Use for: Fiction that deals with a specific environmental problem as a central topic1.2FXLFiction: themes, fabrics, motifs: death, grief, loss
Use for: Fiction that deals with loss or the experience of grief as a central theme1.2FXMFiction: themes, fabrics, motifs: soul life
Use for: Fiction that focuses on the inner characterization, motives, feelings and thoughts and the mental constitution of the protagonist. Use FHX code for psychological thrillers1.1FXPFiction: themes, fabrics, motifs: politics
Can be used for fiction that deals primarily with politics or political systems1.1FXRFiction: themes, fabrics, motifs: regional novels
Use for: fiction in a real place (often but not always rural or historical) where it permeates the setting of the work so much that it cannot be relocated anywhere else; eg the French tradition of “roman du terroir”. Use with: Geo-Qualifiers 1 *1.2FXSFiction: topics, fabrics, motifs: social
Use for: Fiction that focuses on a social problem or issue. Use with: other nonfiction codes, especially JBF * (Social and Ethical Issues), to provide more detail on important social issues1.11.3FYFiction: special features
Use with: (all FY * codes) other F * codes that indicate genre or type. FY * codes should never be the first or main category1.3FYBFiction: short stories, short storiesFYDEpistle novel
Use for: Fiction that occurs in the form of a collection of letters, documents, diary entries, emails, blogs or the like1.3FYHFiction: Pastiche (imitation / imitation)
Use for: literature written in the style of another (previous) author in the sense of an homage (not a parody); often in the form of a sequel or using a protagonist created by the previous author
S. also: FBDSatirical novels and parody (fictional)FYMFiction: Mashup
Use for: fiction that combines an existing text (often a classical novel) with a contrasting genre in a narrative; Use additional F * codes or non-fiction codes to describe additional elements
S. also: FBDSatirical novels and parody (fictional)1.1FYRShort novels / notebooks
Class here: Ranobe (Japanese light novels). Use with some type of romance, science fiction, or other genre of fiction usually published monthly, briefly, and in clearly delineated lines and quantities. Use with other F * codes to classify genre or subtypes. FYR codes should NEVER be the primary or main subject code1.3FYTFiction in translation
Use for: Fiction in translation from another language. DO NOT use geographic or language qualifiers to describe the details of the original language, this is described elsewhere and not with SUBJECT. A geographic qualifier may be used if it is important to the plot or the setting of the book. Use with: F * codes to ensure the classification matters beyond the translation of the book. FYT codes should never be the first or main category1.3FYVFiction: Inspired or adapted from
Use for: Stories that will be used as spin-offs or accompanying works for existing non-book media or menchandise. For example books inspired by a popular film franchise, online game or TV series. DO NOT use for titles that were made into a film after the fact1.3FZFiction: accompanying literature
Use for: manuals on popular series or titles, usually not critical, such as an atlas of a mythical world, a manual on characters, a series guide, etc.
S. also: DSRLiterary studies: reference works, XR *Graphic Novels and Comics: Manual and Review and their Subcategories1.3GReference works, information science and interdisciplinary topicsGBEncyclopedias and reference worksGBAGeneral encyclopedias
Use for: Lexica without a subject-specific focusGBCreference books
ALWAYS use GBC with content codes
S. also: CB *Language, general, and reference works and their subcategories, DSR *Literary studies: reference works and their subcategoriesGBCBReference works: biographical information (Who’s Who)
Class here: Who's Who. Use with: other codes that indicate the scope or scope of the work1.3GBCDReference works: specialized dictionaries
Use for: Dictionaries that deal with a specific topic, e.g. legal dictionaries. Use with: other codes as appropriate1.21.3GBCQQuotes, proverbs, sayings
Use for: collections of general sayings and expressions, helpful quotes for specific purposes1.3GBCRBibliographies, catalogs
S. also: AVDDiscographiesGBCSJournals, periodicals, abstracts, indexesGBCTAddress booksGBCYYearbooks, volumes and almanacsGBDMixed scripts and manuals
Use for: Works that combine a mixture of selected pieces of different origins and that may have different themes and have been supplied in different formats, such as quotes, facts, illustrations, etc. Use with the appropriate subject code when the collection covers a broader topic ( e.g. for an animal collection the WN * codes)
S. also: WDKXInteresting facts and quizzes1.3GLLibrary and Information Sciences / Museum StudiesGLCLibrary, archive and information managementGLCAInformation retrieval and information accessGLFLibrary: IT, Internet and electronic resourcesGLHLibrary: acquisition and development of collectionsGLKLibrary: bibliographic allocation, cataloging, classification
Class here: indexing, cataloging & classificationGLMLibrary and information services
Class here: university, specialist, state and school librariesGLPArchiving, preservation and digitizationGLZMuseum and monument studies
Class here: museum studies, preservation and maintenance of cultural heritage
S. also: ABCArt: conservation and restoration, AGCExhibition catalogs, museum catalogs and collections, NCR environmental Protection, TNKXPreservation of buildings and building materials (monument preservation), WTHM Travel guide: museums, historical sites, galleries, etc.GPResearch and information, in generalGPFInformation theoryGPFCCybernetics and systems theory
Class here: control technology, system dynamics, entropyGPHData analysis, general
Class here: data and infographics visualization
S. also: UYZFInformation visualization1.3GPJCoding theory and encryption (cryptology)
S. also: URYCryptography, encryption technologyGPQDecision theory, general
S. also: KJMDManagement: decision theoryGPQDRisk assessmentGPSResearch methods, general
Use with: other codes for research methodologies within a particular subject
S. also: JHBCSocial research and statistics, KJTCorporate research1.3GTInterdisciplinary StudiesGTBHistory of science (social sciences and humanities)
Use for historical studies that deal with areas of science that do not fall under the English term 'science' but are included in the German term 'Wissenschaften'
S. also: PDAPhilosophy and Theory of Science, PDXHistory of science1.1GTCCommunication science
Communication science textbooks and works covering various industrial, technological, linguistic and social aspects of communication
S. also: JBCT *Media Studies and its SubcategoriesGTDSemiotics and semiology
S. also: CFAPhilosophy of languageGTKCognitive science
Use for: interdisciplinary works
S. also: QDTMPhilosophy of mind, JM *Psychology and its subcategories, MKJ Neurology and Clinical Neurophysiology, PSANNeuroscience, UYQ * Artificial intelligence and its subcategories, UXJComputer applications in the social and behavioral sciences1.1GTMRegional studies
For interdisciplinary works on a specific area. ALWAYS use with a geographic qualifier
S. also: RGLRegional geographyGTPDevelopment studies
S. also: KCMDeveloping economy and emerging economiesGTQglobalizationGTTFlags, emblems, symbols, logos
S. also: NHTGGenealogy, heraldry, names and titlesGTUPeace and Conflict Research
S. also: JWLPPeacekeepingGTVInstitutions and learned societies, in general
S. also: JPSNInternational institutionsGTZStudium Generale
Teaching materials for general studies in high school and at the universityJSociety and Social SciencesJBSociety and culture, in general