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Most U.S. libraries organize and provide access to books using the Library of Congress Classification system . Take a look at this architectural scheme: the letters and titles of the main classes of the Library of Congress Classification.
can be any words used to describe a concept or idea. Keyword search is the most flexible way to research a topic.
meaning of life
food and culture
food and history
food and (immigration or migration)
Middle Eastern Food
al pastor taco
(Kimchee or kimchi or kim chee) pozole
Covid-19 and discrimination
pandemic and environment*
climate change and pandemic
civilization and pandemic
science and pandemic
trauma and pandemic
(covid-19 or coronavirus or 2019-ncov)
over-consumption or consumerism
are "controlled vocabulary" -- words and phrases -- that are used to categorize / organize information resources (books, articles, and other media) so researchers can find them more easily: Grouped under a "subject" regardless of what synonyms, variant spellings, and homographs authors/editors may have used. Researchers can't invent subject words but they can discover the subject word(s) for a topic in the description of a book, an article, or other information sources. ~ paraphrased from this source. simplicity sustainability consumption
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