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Código Etiqueta da Categoria Add Mod ?
Y Literatura infantojuvenil & educativa
Use all Y* codes for: material aimed at, or purposefully written or created for a juvenile or adolescent audience (except for graphic novels, comic books, manga in X*). DO NOT USE: code ‘Y’ itself, but select specific categories from section Y*. Use all Y* codes with: only one INTEREST AGE 5A* Qualifier to indicate a guideline starting interest age (detailed age ranges should be included in other metadata) – or for YP* use EDUCATIONAL PURPOSE 4* qualifiers. All other qualifiers can be used as appropriate with Y* codes. DO NOT USE for: material intended primarily for adults that may also appeal to older teenagers. For ‘new adult’ content see note at 5LKE. Ver também:
YF Infantojuvenil: ficção e histórias verdadeiras
Com os códigos YF* atribuir SEMPRE também o apropriado qualificador SA* Idade /Nível de Leitura onde possível e SX onde apropriado para indicar material próprio para leitores mais velhos; os códigos YF*podem ser usados com qualificadores GEOGRÁFICOS e de PERÍODO HISTÓRICO quando esses aspectos sejam particularmente pertinentes & significativos; usar com & antes os códigos YN* relevantes para a ficção com temas específicos ou tópicos insuficientemente indicados em YF*; usar com YDC para antologias de ficção; usar com & antes o apropriado código YX*para ficção que trate específicos problemas sociais ou pessoais; usar códigos X* para ficção em quadradinhos. Ver também: XADC Histórias em quadradinhos europeias, XAKC Histórias em quadradinhos americanas: clássicos, Idade de Ouro, XAMC Manga: Kodomo, XAMF Manga: Shôjo, XAMG Manga: Shonen
YFZ Children’s / Teenage fiction: Special features and related items 1.3
YFZR Children’s / Teenage category fiction
Use for: genre fiction, usually published on a monthly basis, short, in clearly delineated lines and with a certain number published every month. Use with: other YF* code indicating genre or type. YFZR codes should never be the main subject code
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YFZS Children’s / Teenage fiction: ranobe (‘light novels’)
Use for: short fiction for children or adolescents, usually driven primarily by dialogue and character, and generally accompanied by illustrations in manga/anime or similar styles . Use with: Other YF* codes to indicate the genre
YFZT Children’s / Teenage: Fiction in translation
Use for: fiction in translation from another language. Use with: YF* codes to ensure classification is meaningful beyond the translation of the work itself. DO NOT USE: PLACE 1* or LANGUAGE 2* 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. DO NOT USE: YFZT as the main or primary subject or the only code
YFZV Children’s / Teenage fiction: Inspired by or adapted from
Use for: stories that were published as spin-offs or companions to pre-existing non-book media or merchandise, for example story books based on a popular film franchise, toy, an online game or a TV series. Do NOT use for titles that were subsequently made into films etc. Use with: other YF* code indicating genre or type. YFZV codes should never be the main subject code
YFZZ Children’s / Teenage fiction: Companion works
Use for: companion works to popular children’s or teenage fiction series or titles, typically uncritical, such as an atlas of a mythical world, a compendium of characters, a guide to the series, etc. Use with: other Y* codes or on its own as appropriate

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