Booktrade attribute clusters
I'm becoming more interested in using aat for 368, 372, and 374, because it's actually a thesaurus built according to a sophisticated syndetic structure according to international standards. Here are some comparisons.
368 Businesses (business enterprises) ǂ2 aat 368 Educational institutions ǂ2 aat 368 Libraries (institutions) ǂ2 aat 368 Nonprofit organizations ǂ2 aat 368 Religious institutions ǂ2 aat
368 Business enterprises ǂ2 lcsh 368 Libraries ǂ2 lcsh 368 Nonprofit organizations ǂ2 lcsh 368 Religious institutions ǂ2 lcsh 368 Schools ǂ2 lcsh
aat (no counterpart to LCSH "Book industries and trade")
372 Bookselling 372 Printing (process) 372 Printmaking 372 Publishing
372 Book industries and trade ǂ2 lcsh
374 Bookbinders ǂ2 aat 374 Booksellers ǂ2 aat 374 Conservators (people in conservation) ǂ2 aat 374 Printers (people) ǂ2 aat 374 Printmakers ǂ2 aat 374 Publishers ǂ2 aat
374 Bookbinders ǂ2 itoamc 374 Booksellers ǂ2 itoamc 374 Engravers ǂ2 itoamc 374 Printers ǂ2 itoamc 374 Publishers ǂ2 itoamc
374 Bookbinders ǂ2 lcsh 374 Printers ǂ2 lcsh 374 Publishers ǂ2 lcsh --Deborah J. Leslie (talk) 16:47, 2 March 2015 (EST)
Religion attribute clusters
- religious functions (<functions by specific context>, functions (activities), Functions (Hierarchy Name)). Note: Functions or performances that are religious in nature. [Activities facet; for a person]
- religious institutions Note: Institutions exclusively or primarily serving or sponsored by a particular religious group. [Agents facet]. For a body.
- Clergy--Office [for a person]
- Religious institutions [For a body]