Thema classificatiesysteem 1.4

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Codering Classificatietitel Add Mod ?
F Fictie
Use with: (all F* codes) may be used with PLACE 1* and/or TIME PERIOD 3* Qualifiers where these aspects are particularly pertinent & significant; appropriate non-fiction codes may be added after F* codes to indicate specific central themes or topics in fiction
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FY Fictie: speciale kenmerken
Use with: (all FY* codes) with other F* code indicating genre or type. FY* codes should never be the primary or main subject code
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FYB Kortverhalen
FYD Briefroman
Use for: fiction written in a series of documents, letters, diaries, emails, blogs etc
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FYH Fictie: pastiche
Use for: fiction written deliberately in the style of another (typically earlier) author (as homage rather than parody), often as a sequel to a novel written by, or using a popular character created by, the original author. Zie ook: FUP Satirische fictie en parodieën
FYM Fictie: mashup
Use for: fiction which combines a pre-existing text, often a classic novel, with another contrasting genre, such as horror, into a single narrative. Use with: other F* or non-fiction codes to indicate component elements. Zie ook: FUP Satirische fictie en parodieën
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FYQ Fiction: special features: Yaoi / BL novels
Use with: other F* codes to indicate genre, for example FR* codes for Romance stories, 5LKE * codes if they are about that generation.
See also: XAMT Manga: Yaoi
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FYR Feuilleton
Class here: ranobe (Japanese-style light novels). Use for: the kind of romance, science fiction or other types of genre fiction, usually published on a monthly basis, short, in clearly delineated lines and with a certain number published every month. Use with: other F* code indicating genre or type. FYR codes should never be the primary or main subject code
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FYS Fiction: special features: ranobe (‘light novels’)
Use for: short fiction aimed at adults, usually driven primarily by dialogue and character and generally accompanied by illustrations in manga/anime or similar styles. Use with: other F* codes to indicate the genre. FYS may be used as a main subject as appropriate
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FYT Vertaalde fictie
Use for: fiction in translation from another language. Do NOT use PLACE or LANGUAGE Qualifiers to describe the detail of the original language, this would be described elsewhere and not using Thema. You may still use a PLACE Qualifier if it is relevant to the plot or setting of the book. Use with: F* codes to ensure classification is meaningful beyond the translation of the work itself. FYT codes should never be the primary or main subject code
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FYV Fictie: geïnspireerd door of aangepast van
Use for: stories that were published as spin-offs or companions to pre-existing non-book media or merchandise, for example, novels inspired by a popular film franchise, an online game or a TV series. Do NOT use for titles that were subsequently made into films etc
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FYW Fiction: special features: game-related
Class here: LitRPG, GameLit, RoLit. Use for: fiction that is structured like a videogame, or features the same kind of challenges as would be found in a game, or is about or set in a videogame. Use with: other F* codes especially FL* or FM* as appropriate
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