Common auxiliaries of human ancestry, ethnic grouping and nationality. Table 1f
Scope Note
The common auxiliaries of ethnic grouping and nationality denote the nationality or ethnic aspects of a subject represented by a main UDC number. They are derived mainly from the common auxiliaries of language =... (Table 1c) and so may also usefully distinguish linguistic-cultural groups, e.g. (=111) English speaking peoples (as opposed to the English)
Application Note
Political nationality (citizenship of nation-states) may be denoted, mainly by (=1:4/9) People living in countries of the modern world, which derive from the common auxiliaries of place (4/9) (Table 1e), but it may be found that for some subjects the place auxiliaries themselves will often serve as well. For special anthropogeography as a main subject see 572.9. CITATION ORDER. In citation order, a common auxiliary of ethnic grouping or nationality normally follows a main UDC number; it may, however, be cited medially or even first in a compound number if there is a need to group together documents or references on particular ethnic groups or nationalities
398(=81) North American Indigenous Peoples Folklore
See also
-054Persons according to ethnic characteristics, nationality, citizenship etc.
Broader class
Narrower classes
(=01)Human ancestry groups
(=1/=8)Linguistic-cultural groups, ethnic groups, peoples
(=1:1/9)Peoples associated with particular places