onomy.org is a site where you can create and share taxonomies, folksonomies, and other forms of controlled vocabularies for use on the semantic web.
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Vocabulary used in the Accessible Civil Rights Heritage project.
This is an empty taxonomy used for demonstration purposes.
|Multilingual Film Terms
A in-development, multilingual set of terms used for tagging films in the Media Ecology Project.
|Film Language Glossary
Developed by Columbia School of the Arts. See http://is.gd/ColumbiaFLG
|Social Power (SOCPO) scheme
"The central concept of the SOCPO-scheme is social power. Social power is based on the control of (scarce) resources. The availability of these resources to an individual determines his or her level of independency. Those who are not independent differ in their level of dependency in terms of their replacebility, controllability and the amount of formal, delegated authority they possess." (Van de Putte and Miles, 2006-5, https://soc.kuleuven.be/web/files/6/30/social%20power.pdf)
A listing of credited roles associated with films
Internet Archive test taxonomy
|Demonstration of Skills
Developed by the Columbia School of Social Work
Vocabulary for CU Music Humanities Course
Terms used by the Variable Media Network for use in new media preservation. Listing is not intended to be exhaustive. Published 2003.