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Specific Examples – Change/Update/Logs
•What other thesauri maintainers do
•Library of Congress
–Thesaurus for Graphic Materials I and II,
–new terms are added regularly
–page of new postable and non-postable terms
–TGM II includes revisions and amendments
•an alphabetical list – not linked in anyway and not
showing the hierarchies that the term belongs to
–downloadable term proposal form
•two to three months for proposals to be reflected in
the online thesaurus
Administrative Framework Workshop
The Butterfly Hotel
Colchester, Essex
10-11th June 2003
Specific Examples – Change/Update/Logs
•What other thesauri maintainers do
•UNESCO Thesaurus
–new updates as a database
–alphabetically or hierarchically browsing
•new terms in one alphabetical list. Each term can be clicked
on to display it in its hierarchical context
•browse hierarchically presents the terms grouped by
microthesaurus (highest level sections)
– neither provide a link directly into the thesaurus
Administrative Framework Workshop
The Butterfly Hotel
Colchester, Essex
10-11th June 2003
Specific Examples – Change/Update/Logs
•When is a local extension not a local extension
•qualifications (ELSST) / GNVQ (UK)
•hospital admissions (ELSST)
–hospital waiting lists (UK ?)
•education (ELSST) / private education (UK + )
• What criteria should be used
–number of countries / languages
–research interest even if phenomena doesn’t occur
everywhere (why don’t hospital waiting lists occur in
Switzerland)
Administrative Framework Workshop
The Butterfly Hotel
Colchester, Essex
10-11th June 2003
Specific Examples – Change/Update/Logs
•Criteria for change in translation phase
•Immediate
–add scope notes
–add ufs
–amend structures where it would have no effect on translations
and the amendment is necessary to rectify an error in existing
structure or is deemed immediately necessary to correct
ambiguity/ problems that the translators are encountering
–swap preferred and non-preferred terms where it would not have
an adverse affect on translations
•Longer term requiring agreement
–removal of a term
–structural changes other than those above
–addition of a new term
Administrative Framework Workshop
The Butterfly Hotel
Colchester, Essex
10-11th June 2003
Specific Examples – Change/Update/Logs
•Current logging better than nothing
•What would be better
–Web interface to database
–Status:- discussion/vote/action/resolved
–History scope note
Term previously a uf – promoted (date)
Term previously a preferred – demoted to uf / deleted [old BT/TT] – now use (date)
Term previously in hierarchy X – changed to Y (date)
Term created – [previous term] (date)
Term previously covered concept X – now Y (date)
–Link to thesaurus
–View thread / add comments
•Vote on-line for next HASSET hierarchies
•On-line proposal form / automatic consideration of local extensions
Administrative Framework Workshop
The Butterfly Hotel
Colchester, Essex
10-11th June 2003
Specific Examples – Change/Update/Logs
•Deadlines for translations
–English term (Spanish)
•Frequency of updates
–instant/monthly/quarterly/half-yearly/yearly
–easier to maintain the thesaurus if we can make changes as we go
along, then we can see the latest structure when we come to consider
other changes/additions
•All new terms including local extensions
–translated into English along with synonyms
–given a scope note (also translated in English)
•Changes to database required for easier maintenance?
code – relationship – code cf term – relationship –term – lang
would UFs then require a code
Administrative Framework Workshop
The Butterfly Hotel
Colchester, Essex
10-11th June 2003
Specific Examples – Scope of ELSST
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•
Specific problem terms
Several solutions depending on subject area
– Leave the entry at the narrowest common level with
either no NTs or else use local extensions
– Use a flat structure below the narrowest common entry –
it seems to me that for some terms it is the hierarchical
structure that causes the trouble
– Group Nts into country specific groupings below the
common term
– Adopt an agreed common international classification (we
would need to look at how to map to these from
individuals thesauri)
•
Workgroups / specialist areas
Administrative Framework Workshop
The Butterfly Hotel
Colchester, Essex
10-11th June 2003
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Specific Examples – Scope of ELSST
PENSIONS
NT PRIVATE PENSIONS
NT OCCUPATIONAL PENSIONS
uf company pension schemes,
company pensions, employers
pension schemes
NT PRIVATE PERSONAL
PENSIONS
uf personal pension schemes,
personal pensions
NT STATE PENSIONS
BT INCOME
TT ECONOMICS
RT PENSION CONTRIBUTIONS
RT SOCIAL SECURITY
PENSIONS
NT OCCUPATIONAL PENSIONS
(includes private occupational
pensions, state pensions, pensions
of the church as well as
communal pensions, they can be
seen as NTs for occupational
pensions)
NT SELF-EMPLOYMENT
PERSONS' PENSIONS
NT FARMERS' PENSIONS
NT PRIVATE PERSONAL
PENSIONS (pensions which are
not statutory)
Administrative Framework Workshop
The Butterfly Hotel
Colchester, Essex
10-11th June 2003
.
Specific Examples – Scope of ELSST
Pensions
NT private pensions
NT state pensions
NT occupational pensions
NT private personal pensions
NT other
(more specific terms can be put forward for
candidate terms or local extensions)
or just PENSIONS
plus local extensions
Administrative Framework Workshop
The Butterfly Hotel
Colchester, Essex
10-11th June 2003
.
Specific Examples – Scope of ELSST
SCHOOLS
NT BOARDING SCHOOLS (uf RESIDENTIAL EDUCATION, RESIDENTIAL SCHOOLS)
NT COEDUCATIONAL SCHOOLS
NT DENOMINATIONAL SCHOOLS (uf CHURCH SCHOOLS, RELIGIOUS SCHOOLS)
NT PRE-PRIMARY SCHOOLS
NT NURSERY SCHOOLS (uf KINDERGARTENS)
NT PLAY GROUPS
NT PRIMARY SCHOOLS (uf Elementary Schools)
NT INFANT SCHOOLS
(infant schools (UK): lower division schools of British primary system for children between 4 or 5 to 7 or 8)
NT PRIVATE SCHOOLS (uf Fee Paying Schools, Independent Schools)
NT SECONDARY SCHOOLS (uf High Schools)
NT SELECTIVE SCHOOLS
(schools which select students on the basis of supposedly greater intellectual or other abilities, usually by
means of an entrance examination.)uf GRAMMAR SCHOOLS
NT SINGLE-SEX SCHOOLS
NT SPECIAL SCHOOLS
(schools catering for the educational needs of atypical children, including those with special needs.)
NT REFORMATORY SCHOOLS (uf BORSTALS, DETENTION CENTRES (SCHOOLS)
NT STATE SCHOOLS
BT EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTIONS
TT EDUCATION
Administrative Framework Workshop
The Butterfly Hotel
Colchester, Essex
10-11th June 2003
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Specific Examples – Scope of ELSST
Schools
NT Schools (Great Britain)
NT primary schools (Great Britain)
...etc
NT Schools (Finland)
NT Lower Primary schools (Finland)
NT Upper Primary schools (Finland)
or just SCHOOLS plus local extensions
or ISCED standard
Administrative Framework Workshop
The Butterfly Hotel
Colchester, Essex
10-11th June 2003
.
Specific Examples – Scope of ELSST
ISCED provides an integrated and consistent
statistical framework for the collection and
reporting of internationally comparable education
statistics. It contains two components:
a statistical framework for the comprehensive statistical
description of national education and learning systems along a set
of variables that are of key interest to policy makers in
international educational comparisons
a methodology that translates national educational programmes
into an internationally comparable set of categories for (i) the
levels of education; and (ii) the fields of education
Administrative Framework Workshop
The Butterfly Hotel
Colchester, Essex
10-11th June 2003
.
Specific Examples – Scope of ELSST
“Occupations”
International Standard Classification of Occupations
(for European Union purposes), 1988 version, (ISCO 88
COM), based on International Standard Classification of
Occupations 1988 by International Labour Organisation
“Occupational Status”, “ Socioeconomic Status”,
“Status in Employment”
International Standard Classifications could be used but
within one country the classifications change over time
Administrative Framework Workshop
The Butterfly Hotel
Colchester, Essex
10-11th June 2003
.
Specific Examples – Scope of ELSST
“Occupational Status”
employment rank, position or status achieved by an
individual or group. do not confuse with “status in
employment” (uf PROFESSIONAL STATUS)
“Status in Employment”
this term refers to the allocation of an individual who has
a paid job to one of a set of categories indicating his or
her relation to the means of production and position in
the workplace hierarchy. do not confuse with “economic
activity” or “occupational status”
“Socioeconomic Status”
“Social Status”
Administrative Framework Workshop
The Butterfly Hotel
Colchester, Essex
10-11th June 2003
.
Specific Examples – Scope of ELSST
Social security benefits
NT child benefit (uf family allowances)
NT state pensions
NT unemployment benefit (uf unemployment compensation)
In HASSET
UF ATTENDANCE ALLOWANCE, COMMUNITY CHARGE BENEFIT,
COUNCIL TAX BENEFIT, DEATH GRANT, DISABILITY
ALLOWANCE, EDUCATIONAL MAINTENANCE ALLOWANCE,
FAMILY CREDIT, FAMILY INCOME SUPPLEMENT, HOUSING
BENEFIT, INCAPACITY BENEFIT, INCOME SUPPORT, INDUSTRIAL
DISABLEMENT BENEFIT, INJURY BENEFIT, INVALID CARE
ALLOWANCE, INVALIDITY BENEFIT, MATERNITY BENEFIT,
MOBILITY ALLOWANCE, SICKNESS BENEFIT, SUPPLEMENTARY
BENEFIT, WIDOWS BENEFIT, WORKMENS COMPENSATION
Administrative Framework Workshop
The Butterfly Hotel
Colchester, Essex
10-11th June 2003
.
Specific Examples – Link toTranslation
“differences between languages are not a
problem, as they to some extent reflect
differences in the data presented in the various
languages, too. Documenting differences in the
translation scope notes should have some
relationship with the differences the researcher
will also find in the datasets if he compares
several of various cultural proveniences. So...
lets cultivate the differences and let them grow!”
Administrative Framework Workshop
The Butterfly Hotel
Colchester, Essex
10-11th June 2003
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