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|J||Society and Social Sciences
Use all J* codes for: specialist and some general adult titles, but see also V* codes for practical approaches to many topics. Use all J* codes with: other subject categories and qualifiers where appropriate. In J* use the most appropriate code(s) available, as many social sciences are broad topics that can have many alternative terms or names
|JW||Warfare and defence|
|JWA||Theory of warfare and military science
Use with: RG* codes for Military Geography topics
|JWC||Military forces and sectors|
Class here: personnel issues, discipline, procurement, funding etc
|JWK||Military and defence strategy
Class here: military tactics, civil defence, national security policies
|JWL||War and defence operations
See also: NHW* Military history and its subcategories
|JWM||Weapons and equipment
Use with: code from JWC* to indicate sector.
See also: WCK Militaria, arms and armour
Class here: regiments, memorials, war cemeteries, rolls of honour, command centres, defence institutions, military academies, organisations for veterans or ex-combatants etc.
See also: AMG Architecture: public, commercial and industrial buildings, WCK Militaria, arms and armour
|JWX||Other warfare and defence issues
See also: TTM Military engineering
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