Although scholars have examined Māori subject headings, research on local shelf classifications in New Zealand have not been objects of study in the context of global and local knowledge organization. This chapter brings an important classification to light.
I owe many thanks to Jenny Hooker and the staff and the University of Waikato Library for supplying me with the classification and very helpful information about its origins.
Adler, M. (2017), "The (De-)Universalization of the United States: Inscribing Ma¯ori History in the Library of Congress Classification", The Organization of Knowledge (Studies in Information, Vol. 12), Emerald Publishing Limited, pp. 33-50. https://doi.org/10.1108/S2055-537720170000011009Download as .RIS
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