Sociohistorical Recommendations for the Reclassification of Pentecostalism in the Dewey Decimal Classification System

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Adam Stewart

Abstract

Im vorliegenden Beitrag wird zum einen erläutert, wie die Pfingstbewegung in den neun gedruckten
Ausgaben der Dewey-Dezimalklassifikation, die diesen Begriff im Register aufführen, jeweils behandelt
wird – beginnend mit der 15. Auflage von 1951 bis zur jüngsten, der 23. Auflage von 2011. Es werden
Probleme mit der Charakterisierung der Pfingstbewegung herausgearbeitet – insbesondere, dass
sie als ein Amerika-zentriertes und rassisch homogenes Phänomen dargestellt wird. Dies verhindert
eine soziohistorisch akkurate Repräsentation der Pfingstbewegung als einer geografisch und rassisch
vielfältigen religiösen Tradition innerhalb von Bibliotheksbeständen, die nach der weltweit am meisten
verbreiteten Klassifikation organisiert sind. Zum anderen werden Empfehlungen zur Reklassifikation
der Pfingstbewegung in der Dewey-Dezimalklassifikation gegeben, die zu einer korrekteren soziohistorischen
Repräsentation beitragen und dadurch auch den Zugang zur großen Bandbreite von
Literatur über diese globale und diverse religiöse Tradition verbessern würden.


 

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Stewart, A. (2019). Sociohistorical Recommendations for the Reclassification of Pentecostalism in the Dewey Decimal Classification System. O-Bib. Das Offene Bibliotheksjournal / Herausgeber VDB, 6(1), 42-59. https://doi.org/10.5282/o-bib/2019H1S42-59
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Adam Stewart, Crandall University

Assistant Professor of Sociology and Librarian

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