Thema classificatiesysteem 1.4

Eerdere versies van Thema zijn nog steeds beschikbaar 1.3 1.2.

Blader door de Thema classificatie hiërarchie, of zoek een specifieke term binnen een hiërarchie.

Zie de zoekvoorstellen hieronder.

Codering Classificatietitel Add Mod ?
F Fictie
DO NOT USE: code ‘F’ itself, but select specific categories from section F*. Use all F* codes with: other subject categories and qualifiers where appropriate, in particular PLACE 1* and/or TIME PERIOD 3* Qualifiers where these aspects are particularly pertinent and significant. N.B. F* codes maybe used with appropriate non-fiction categories to indicate key settings or topics of the narrative, but for all adult fiction the primary category must be an F* code. FX* codes may be used to indicate a strong underlying theme. Also use with 5H*, 5J*, 5L* or 5P* qualifiers when these represent a significant topic or part of the appeal of the narrative. FY* codes may be used to indicate special features of a fiction title
FF Misdaad en mysteriefictie
FFC Klassieke misdaad en mysteriefictie
Use for: works of crime fiction widely regarded or presented as ‘classic’ and typically, but not necessarily, published and in print for several decades
FFD Misdaad en mysterie: privédetective / amateurdetectives
Use for: stories where the main investigator is not an official police or judicial investigator
FFH Historische misdaad en mysteries
Use for: contemporary mysteries set in past times, e.g. in Victorian, Medieval, Roman period. Use with: PLACE 1* and/or TIME PERIOD 3 * Qualifiers to indicate setting as appropriate
FFJ Misdaad en mysterie: cosy mysterie
Use for: mysteries set in rural or traditional communities featuring minimal violence and typically amateur sleuths
FFK Humoristische misdaad en mysterie
FFL Misdaad en mysterie: hard-boiled crime, fiction noir
FFP Misdaad en mysterie: politieserie
Class here: police and forensic investigation, judicial or detective investigators
FFS Misdaad en mysterie: vrouwelijke detectives

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