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The New Ecumenism: Exploration of a DDC/UDC View of Religion :  The New Ecumenism: Exploration of a DDC/UDC View of Religion Ia C. Mcllwaine University College London Joan S. Mitchell OCLC Online Computer Library Center, Inc. Motivations for Study:  Motivations for Study Foster collaboration and interoperability between DDC and UDC Provide a framework for DDC’s 200 Religion schedule that doesn’t privilege a single religion 200 Religion in DDC:  200 Religion in DDC 200 Religion 210 Philosophy and theory of religion 220 Bible 230-280 Christianity Other religions Classical religion (Greek and Roman) Germanic religion Religions of Indic origin Zoroastrianism Judaism Islam, Babism, Bahai Faith 299 Religions not provided for elsewhere 200 Religion in DDC (Option A):  200 Religion in DDC (Option A) 200 Religion 210 Philosophy and theory of religion 220 Sources 230-280 Buddhism Other religions Classical religion (Greek and Roman) Germanic religion Religions of Indic origin Zoroastrianism Judaism Islam, Babism, Bahai Faith Bible and Christianity 299 Religions not provided for elsewhere 200 Religion in DDC (Option B):  200 Religion in DDC (Option B) 200 Religion 210 Buddhism 220 Bible 230-280 Christianity Other religions Classical religion (Greek and Roman) Germanic religion Religions of Indic origin Zoroastrianism Judaism Islam, Babism, Bahai Faith 299 Religions not provided for elsewhere 200 Religion in DDC (Option C):  200 Religion in DDC (Option C) 200 Religion 210 Philosophy and theory of religion 220 Bible 230-280 Christianity Other religions Buddhism Classical religion (Greek and Roman) Germanic religion Religions of Indic origin Zoroastrianism Judaism Islam, Babism, Bahai Faith 299 Religions not provided for elsewhere 200 Religion in DDC (Option D):  200 Religion in DDC (Option D) 200 Religion 210 Philosophy and theory of religion 220 Bible 230-280 Christianity Other religions Classical religion (Greek and Roman) Germanic religion Religions of Indic origin Zoroastrianism Judaism Islam, Babism, Bahai Faith Buddhism 299 Religions not provided for elsewhere 200 Religion in DDC (Option E-1):  200 Religion in DDC (Option E-1) 200 Religion Philosophy and theory of religion 2B0 Buddhism 220 Bible 230-280 Christianity Other religions Classical religion (Greek and Roman) Germanic religion Religions of Indic origin Zoroastrianism Judaism Islam, Babism, Bahai Faith 299 Religions not provided for elsewhere 200 Religion in DDC (Option E-2):  200 Religion in DDC (Option E-2) 200 Religion 210 Philosophy and theory of religion 220 Bible 230-280 Christianity Other religions 29B Buddhism Classical religion (Greek and Roman) Germanic religion Religions of Indic origin Zoroastrianism Judaism Islam, Babism, Bahai Faith 299 Religions not provided for elsewhere Class 2 in UDC:  Class 2 in UDC 2 Religion. Theology 21 Prehistoric religions 22 Religions of Far East origin 23 Religions originating in Indian subcontinent 24 Buddhism 25 Religions of antiquity. Minor cults and religions 26 Judaism 27 Christianity 28 Islam 29 Modern spiritual movements Research Question:  Research Question Can we use UDC’s Class 2 as the framework for an alternative view of religion in the DDC and a model for future revision of 200 Religion? Project: Stage 1:  Project: Stage 1 Develop top-level crosswalk for major religions Develop detailed crosswalk using Buddhism as case study Use initial findings to plan for Stage 2 DDC View Based on UDC (excerpt):  DDC View Based on UDC (excerpt) Taoism (299.514) Confucianism (299.512) Hinduism (294.5) Jainism (294.4) Sikhism (294.6) Buddhism (294.3) Wicca (299.94) Yoruba (African people)—religion (299.68333) Voodoo (299.675) Ras Tafari (299.676) Bible (220) Judaism (296) Christianity (230) Islam (297) Scientology (299.936) Buddhism Case Study 1: UDC 24 + DDC notation:  Buddhism Case Study 1: UDC 24 + DDC notation DDC 294.333 Buddhist mythology = 243.3 Moves to chronological position Retains DDC number building and internal/auxiliary tables Meaningless notation in either system Retains limited development Buddhism Case Study 2: Detailed Mapping:  Buddhism Case Study 2: Detailed Mapping Findings:  Findings Structural differences and inconsistencies in both systems Differences in enumeration/synthesis Differences in main religion auxiliary table Differences in common auxiliaries Project: Stage 2:  Project: Stage 2 Map general religion topics at facet level Facet Mapping :  Facet Mapping 202.2 Humankind 2-18 Including atonement 2-185.35, creation of humankind 2-181.5, repentance 2-185.33, salvation 2- 185.5, sin 2-185.3, soul 2-183.5 Class here comprehensive works on karma 2-182 . . . Project: Stage 2:  Project: Stage 2 Map general religion topics at facet level Map branches, divisions, sects Test top-level browser Map Islam at detailed level in conjunction with UDC expansion and DDC Arabic translation Summary and Recommendations:  Summary and Recommendations Framework based on UDC’s Class 2 is feasible as optional arrangement, browser, and future structure for 200 Religion in the DDC Initial UDC Class 21-29 notation can be used to reposition corresponding religions in the DDC Mapping topics in religion at the facet level will result in improvements to DDC and UDC, and will foster interoperability between the two systems

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