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(Class here: animal rights, vivisection, hunting, etc treated as issues)

JBFV

Ethical issues & debates




(Class here: euthanasia, abortion, birth control, sex industry, pornography, censorship, genetic engineering etc as ethical issues)




(See also: QDTQ: “Ethics & moral philosophy”)

JBFW

Sex, sexuality, relationships & society: general




(Class here: general interest works on sex & society)




(See also: VFVC: “Sex & sexuality: advice & issues”; JMU: “Psychology: sexual behaviour”; JHBK: “Sociology: family & relationships”)

JBFX

Social attitudes




(Class here: political correctness)

JBFZ

Social forecasting, future studies

JBG

Popular beliefs & controversial knowledge




(Class here: conspiracy theories, hoaxes etc)

JBGB

Folklore, myths & legends




(Class here: Atlantis, Holy Grail etc)




(See also: FN: “Myth & legend told as fiction”; QRS: “Ancient religions & mythologies” and following)

JBS

Social groups

JBSA

Social classes

JBSC

Rural communities

JBSD

Urban communities

JBSF

Gender studies, gender groups

JBSF1

Gender studies: women & girls

JBSF11

Feminism & feminist theory

JBSF2

Gender studies: men & boys

JBSJ

Gay & Lesbian studies




(Assign also 5PS* values from INTEREST Qualifiers, as appropriate)

JBSL

Ethnic studies




(Assign also 5PB* values from INTEREST Qualifiers, as appropriate)

JBSL1

Ethnic minorities & multicultural studies




(Class here: Race relations)

JBSL11

Indigenous peoples

JBSP

Age groups

JBSP1

Age groups: children

JBSP2

Age groups: adolescents

JBSP3

Age groups: adults

JBSP4

Age groups: the elderly

JBSR

Social groups: religious groups & communities




(Assign also 5PG* values from INTEREST Qualifiers and QR* codes as appropriate)

JBSW

Social groups: alternative lifestyles

JBSX

Secret societies




(Class here: Freemasonry)




(See also: QRY: “Alternative belief systems” and following; FHQ: “Esoteric thriller”)

JBSY

Social groups: clubs & societies




(Class here: voluntary association or ‘elective affinities’, how & why people join & associate themselves with specific groups)

JH

Sociology & anthropology




(Use JH* codes for textbooks or academic & specialist works; use with other J* codes indicating specific topics where appropriate)

JHB

Sociology

JHBA

Social theory

JHBC

Social research & statistics




(See also: GPS: “Research methods: general”)

JHBD

Population & demography

JHBK

Sociology: family & relationships




(Class here: sociology of sexual relations)




(See also: VFV: “Family & relationships: advice & issues” and following; JBFW: “Sex, sexuality, relationships & society: general”)

JHBL

Sociology: work & labour

JHBS

Sociology: sport & leisure

JHBZ

Sociology: death & dying




(See also: VFJX: “Coping with death & bereavement”)

JHM

Anthropology




(Class here: physical anthropology)

JHMC

Social & cultural anthropology




(Class here: ethnography, kinship, customs & traditions)




(See also: JBCC: “Cultural studies” and following)

JK

Social services & welfare, criminology

JKS

Social welfare & social services

JKSB

Welfare & benefit systems

JKSB1

Child welfare

JKSF

Adoption & fostering

JKSG

Care of the elderly

JKSM

Care of the mentally ill




(See also: MBPK: “Mental health services”)

JKSN

Social work

JKSN1

Charities, voluntary services & philanthropy

JKSN2

Social counselling & advice services

JKSR

Aid & relief programmes

JKSW

Emergency services

JKSW1

Police & security services

JKSW2

Fire services

JKSW3

Ambulance & rescue services

JKV

Crime & criminology




(See also: DNXC: “True crime”)

JKVC

Causes & prevention of crime

JKVF

Criminal investigation & detection

JKVF1

Forensic science




(See also: MKT: “Forensic medicine”; JMK: “Criminal or forensic psychology”)

JKVG

Drugs trade / drug trafficking

JKVJ

Street crime / gun crime

JKVK

Corporate crime

JKVM

Organized crime

JKVP

Penology & punishment




(Class here: prisons, penitentaries; penal systems & theories)




(See also: JWXR: “Prisoners of war”)

JKVQ

Offenders

JKVQ1

Rehabilitation of offenders

JKVQ2

Juvenile offenders




(Class here: juvenile delinquency)

JKVS

Probation services

JM

Psychology




(Use JM* codes for academic, specialist and professional level works; prefer VS* codes for practical advice for the general reader)




(See also: VSP: “Popular psychology” and following)

JMA

Psychological theory & schools of thought




(See also: QDTM: “Philosophy of mind”)

JMAF

Psychoanalytical theory (Freudian psychology)

JMAJ

Analytical & Jungian psychology

JMAL

Behavioural theory (Behaviourism)

JMAN

Humanistic psychology

JMAQ

Cognitivism, cognitive theory

JMB

Psychological methodology

JMBT

Psychological testing & measurement

JMC

Child, developmental, and lifespan psychology




(See also: JNC: “Educational psychology”)

JMD

Psychology of ageing

JMF

Family psychology

JMG

Psychology of gender

JMH

Social, group or collective psychology

JMJ

Occupational & industrial psychology




(See also: SCGP: “Sports psychology”)

JMK

Criminal or forensic psychology




(See also: JKV: “Crime & criminology” and following)

JML

Experimental psychology

JMM

Physiological & neuro-psychology, biopsychology

JMP

Abnormal psychology




(See also: MKM: “Clinical psychology” and following)

JMQ

Psychology: emotions

JMR

Cognition & cognitive psychology




(Class here: psychological works on learning, memory, intelligence, reasoning, perception)

JMS

Psychology: the self, ego, identity, personality

JMT

Psychology: states of consciousness




(Class here: psychological works on conscious & unconscious mind; sleep & dreams; altered states of mind, hypnosis, drug-induced, etc)




(See also: VXN: “Dreams & their interpretation” and following)

JMU

Psychology: sexual behaviour




(See also: VFVC: “Sex & sexuality: advice & issues”; JBFW: “Sex, sexuality, relationships & society: general”)

JMX

Parapsychological studies




(Use for serious academic works)




(See also: VXP: “Psychic powers & psychic phenomena”)

JN

Education

JNA

Philosophy & theory of education




(Class here: theories of moral & social purpose of education)

JNB

History of education




(Class here: history of specific schools, colleges, as well as general history)

JNC

Educational psychology

JND

Educational systems & structures




(Class here: issues of selection, admissions, inspection, governance etc)

JNDG

Curriculum planning & development

JNDH

Education: examinations & assessment

JNF

Educational strategies & policy




(Class here: teaching strategies for literacy, numeracy etc; policies regarding inclusive education, streaming etc)

JNH

Home schooling

JNK

Educational administration & organization




(Class here: issues of bullying, truancy, discipline)

JNKG

Funding of education & student finance

JNKH

Teaching staff

JNL

Schools




(See also: VSK: “Advice on education”)

JNLA

Pre-school & kindergarten

JNLB

Primary & middle schools




(Class here: elementary, preparatory, infant & junior schools)

JNLC

Secondary schools

JNLP

Independent schools, private education

JNLR

Faith (religious) schools

JNM

Higher & further education, tertiary education




(Class here: all advanced & further education; colleges offering vocational, technical or non-degree courses; universities)




(See also: VSK: “Advice on education”)

JNMT

Teacher training

JNP

Adult education, continuous learning




(See also: VSL: “Adult literacy guides & handbooks”; VSN: “Adult numeracy guides & handbooks”)

JNQ

Open learning, distance education

JNR

Careers guidance

JNRV

Industrial or vocational training




(Use for works on industrial/vocational training as a subject; classify vocational coursework under the appropriate subject)

JNS

Teaching of students with special educational needs

JNSC

Teaching of students with physical impairment or disability




(Class here: teaching of students with impaired hearing or vision, or any physical disability giving rise to specific educational needs)

JNSG

Teaching of students with learning difficulties




(Class here: teaching of students with dyslexia, autism, behavioural difficulties, or any mental impairment etc giving rise to specific educational needs)

JNT

Teaching skills & techniques




(Class here: classroom control, mentoring)

JNU

Teaching of a specific subject




(Assign also the code for the subject taught, using YP* Educational codes where appropriate)

JNUM

Teachers’ classroom resources & material






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