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Towards a typology of classificatory change
Classifications of all types invariably change in response to shifting conditions in the information environment. Revising the contents of subject-based schemes is an important type of change, but the phenomenon of classificatory change has multiple interrelated aspects that go beyond content. Conceptually isolating these aspects offers a starting point for describing and comparing different types of classificatory change. The typology proposed here attempts to situate classification schemesdoi:10.7152/nasko.v3i1.12798 fatcat:5aowdi6aqvbndevleynjvsbfrq