2008 New Subject Headings in the Social Sciences

2008:List 31 (July 30)

  • Monastiraki Katalimata Site (Greece)
  • Reproductive rights
  • Soldiers, Palestinian Arab
  • Sports in popular culture
  • Tamil diaspora
  • Town Quarry Farm Site (Burlescombe, England)
  • Women commercial artists

2008:List 30 (July 23)

  • Body, Human, and language
  • Cupules (Stone carving)
  • Fukuharakyō (Extinct city)
  • Hymns, Lingala
  • Konda Reddi dialect
  • Lashi language
  • Mallahs
  • Rashvand (Kurdish tribe)
  • Socialist feminism
  • Yuman poetry

2008:List 29 (July 16)

  • Afalou Bou Rhummel Site (Algeria)
  • Bakwé language
  • Ballads, Malayalam
  • Chagossians
  • Family vacations
  • Fossil hominids in art
  • Mazzalupo Site (Italy)
  • Narrative poetry, Jamaican
  • Ngadjuri (Australian people)
  • Women, Dorze

2008:List 28 (July 9)

  • Ayios Dhimitrios Site (Greece) [ANSS Subject & Bibliographic Access Committee proposal]
  • Doya (Bhutanese people)
  • Exceptional teenagers
  • Fort Terán Site (Tex.)
  • Kaṭhputlī (Puppetry)
  • Otavalo mythology
  • Pueblo weavers
  • Ranquel dialect
  • Songs, Halbi
  • Women tattoo artists

2008:List 27 (July 2)

  • Alien labor, Syrian
  • Assyrian women
  • Be (Togolese people)
  • Crater Middens Site (Calif.)
  • Dandyism
  • Ex parte communications
  • Figure sculpture, Ewe
  • Hand clapping music
  • Indian weavers
  • Khomani (African people)
  • Khomani language
  • Mbelime language
  • Mikhaĭlovka Site (Ukraine)
  • Muslim teenagers
  • Natanzi language
  • Puliyāṭṭam (Dance)
  • Reification
  • Sacred Valley of the Incas (Peru)
  • Satire, Yoruba
  • Speeches, addresses, etc., Cree
  • Telfair Site (Savannah, Ga.)
  • Women Arabists
  • Wood sculpture, Ewe
  • Yoruba wit and humor

2008:List 26 (June 25)

  • Children’s songs, Telugu
  • Claydon Pike Site (England)
  • Fables, Zaza
  • Kapali (South Asian people)
  • Proverbs, Zaza

2008:List 25 (June 18)

  • Adloyada (Festival)
  • Chase Orchard Pueblo Site (N.M.)
  • Clary Ranch Site (Neb.)
  • Coast Salish artists
  • Folk literature, Zaza
  • Folk music festivals
  • Folk poetry, Zaza
  • Folk songs, Ewondo
  • Folk songs, Zaza
  • Hip hop feminism
  • Katanera Site (India)
  • Mar Thoma youth
  • Mythology, Mordvin
  • Paliambela Kolindros Site (Greece)
  • Public executions
  • Riddles, Zaza
  • San Patrice points
  • Strategic culture
  • Trilokpur Mound (India)
  • Yamphu (Nepalese people)
  • Zaza literature
  • Zaza poetry
  • Zaza wit and humor

2008:List 24 (June 11)

  • Gods, Naxi
  • Music and sports
  • Online sexual predators
  • Parental grief
  • Perceptual disorders in children
  • Tha noʹ (Burmese people)
  • Young adults in the civil service

2008:List 23 (June 4)

  • Altillo Site (Argentina)
  • Amheida Site (Egypt)
  • Arua Indians
  • Azerbaijani diaspora
  • Blaan (Philippine people)
  • Cellular telephones and traffic accidents
  • Cleatham Cemetery Site (Cleatham, England)
  • Cutting (Self mutilation)
  • Darai (Nepalese people)
  • Druze women
  • Folk dancing, Ryukyuan
  • Folk songs, Tigré
  • Food sovereignty
  • Gay immigrants
  • Howick Site (England)
  • Huanca mythology
  • Indian businesspeople
  • Isanzu (African people)
  • Islam and psychoanalysis
  • Kastraki Site (Greece)
  • Kom (Indic people)
  • Malia Kondh (Indic people)
  • Moral motivation
  • Moustier Site (France)
  • National characteristics, Cypriot
  • Pang (South Asian people)
  • Paundra Kshatriyas
  • Ponghwangdong Site (Kimhae si, Korea)
  • Pottery, Bamun
  • Proverbs, Rarotongan
  • Right to food
  • Sachʻŏn Nŭdo Site (Sachʻŏn si, Korea)
  • Soraṭhī (Dance)
  • Sutton Common Site (England)
  • Tårnby Site (Denmark)
  • Tattooed people
  • Terravecchia di Grammichele Site (Italy)
  • Transgender children
  • Trimithis (Extinct city)
  • Underprepared community college students
  • Villeneuve Tolosane Site (France)
  • Women, Bira
  • Women Nazis

2008:List 22 (May 28)

[No relevant new subject headings]

2008:List 21 (May 21)

  • African American HIV positive persons
  • Anse à la Gourde Site (Guadeloupe)
  • Biśnik Cave (Poland)
  • Children, Chamorro
  • Coléoptère Cave (Belgium)
  • Community college dropouts
  • Hispanic American clergy
  • Jewish women librarians
  • Korean American youth
  • Maay language
  • Madanāpur Site (India)
  • Parikulam Site (India)
  • Raqefet Cave (Israel)
  • Thunderbird (Legendary character) in art
  • Tunnard Site (N.M.)
  • Wormsloe Plantation Site (Ga.)

2008:List 20 (May 14)

  • Cibecue Apache art
  • Cupeño mythology
  • Humorous stories, Marathi
  • Kung Ekoka language
  • Tamang literature
  • Tamang poetry

2008:List 19 (May 7)

  • Alto Viñaspre Site (Spain)
  • ʻAnazah (Arab tribe)
  • Ardnadam Glen Site (Scotland)
  • Burunge language
  • Eton language (Cameroon)
  • Flash mobs
  • Folk songs, Hausa
  • High school football players
  • Human rights and globalization
  • Mexican American journalists
  • Morel Site (Guadeloupe)
  • Music and violence
  • Peracho Site (Spain)
  • Romula Malva (Extinct city)
  • Sabra, Tall (Iraq)
  • Taman language (Indonesia)
  • Terrorism and globalization

2008:List 18 (April 30)

  • African American women in church work
  • Cookery, Oriya
  • Cultural fusion in church music
  • History in popular culture
  • Lesbian businesswomen
  • Maya youth
  • Quena music
  • Romanian students
  • Urban density

2008:List 17 (April 23)

  • Art and social conflict
  • Brothers and sisters of alcoholics
  • Concurring opinions
  • Hano (Vanuatuan people)
  • Hano language
  • Hispanic American mothers
  • Illegal alien children
  • Interpersonal communication and culture
  • Nouveau riche
  • Yakha language

2008:List 16 (April 16)

  • Allen Site (Neb.)
  • Epic literature, Koozime
  • Koozime literature
  • Parallel proceedings (Law)

2008:List 15 (April 9)

  • Ascott Park Site (England)
  • Bajondillo Cave (Spain)
  • Fables, Guarani
  • Hispanic American celebrities
  • Holditch Site (England)
  • Hymns, Inuit
  • Hymns, Kalispel
  • Hymns, Spokane
  • Jamsay dialect
  • Kisan language (Dravidian)
  • Piedras Blancas Site (Argentina)
  • Proverbs, Gorani
  • Psychological torture
  • Public safety
  • Satawalese language
  • Siar-Lak language
  • Steroid abuse
  • Stipulations (Pre-trial procedure)
  • Truku (Taiwan people)
  • Yōkai (Japanese folklore) in art

2008:List 14 (April 2)

  • Dryslwyn Castle Site (Dryslwyn, Wales)
  • Ethnographic television programs
  • Folk dancing, Kamba
  • Oplontis (Extinct city)
  • Self-confidence in adolescence
  • Trials in absentia

2008:List 13 (March 26)

  • Abui language
  • Besisi language
  • Civilization, Akan
  • Cookery, Togolese
  • Garasiya dialect
  • Interracial marriage in mass media
  • Italian American legislators
  • Kattaikkuttu
  • Korean American Seventh-Day Adventists
  • Music and intergenerational communication
  • Ngāti Hinga (New Zealand people)
  • Painting, Papua New Guinean
  • Panchamahali dialect
  • Public sex
  • Rathvi dialect
  • Romanzesu Site (Italy)
  • Sex role and globalization
  • Wai o Hua (New Zealand people)
  • Women gladiators
  • Yuruna language

2008:List 12 (March 19)

  • Bhatri dialect
  • Community activists
  • County ordinances
  • Lahu Bakeo dialect
  • Lewoingu dialect
  • Names, Tsimshian
  • Omi language
  • Pabir (African people)
  • Pornography in popular culture
  • Soonde (African people)
  • Suba language
  • Television plays, Kannada
  • Winnebago artists
  • Winnebago women
  • Women musical theater producers and directors

2008:List 11 (March 12)

  • Art, Equatorial Guinean
  • Dance and technology
  • Delki Khadia (Indic people)
  • Folk songs, Khmer
  • Folk songs, Parji
  • Fontéchevade Cave (France)
  • Frafra (African people)
  • Ghaṭafān (Arab tribe)
  • Hutterite farmers
  • Kashmir Smast Site (Pakistan)
  • Kāti Irakehu (New Zealand people)
  • Kwakum language
  • Moria
  • Mythology, Burji
  • Ngāi Tama Rāwaho (New Zealand people)
  • Ngāti Pāmoana ki Whanganui (New Zealand people)
  • Ngāti Pango (New Zealand people)
  • Ngāti Rākaipaaka (New Zealand people)
  • Ngāti Rangiwewehi (New Zealand people)
  • Ngāti Ruanui (New Zealand people)
  • Ngāti Te Upokoiri (New Zealand people)
  • Ngāti Whanaunga (New Zealand people)
  • Rajuar (Indic people)
  • Refusal to treat
  • Sedna (Goddess)
  • Social problem films
  • Social problem television programs
  • Te Uri o Hau (New Zealand people)
  • Togolese drama
  • Whatumamoa (New Zealand people)

2008:List 10 (March 5)

  • Adangme drama
  • Adangme literature
  • African American gangs
  • Asilulu language
  • Avava language
  • Ewe drama
  • Ganda drama
  • Gidar language
  • Glass cliff (Employment discrimination)
  • Herero drama
  • Kalaly-gyr Site (Turkmenistan)
  • Kinyarwanda drama
  • Musical ability in infants
  • Ndebele drama (South Africa)
  • Ndebele drama (Zimbabwe)
  • Nese language
  • Nightlife
  • Niominka (African people)
  • Parental relocation (Child custody)
  • Proverbs, Afghan
  • Punkie Night
  • Seri wood-carving
  • Tape language
  • Togolese drama (French)
  • Wolof drama
  • Yaminawa mythology

2008:List 09 (Feb. 27)

  • Ajaeng
  • Ajaeng music
  • Ardipithecus
  • Ardipithecus kadabba
  • Château de Chanteloup Site (France)
  • Children and homosexuality
  • Compulsive hoarding
  • Folk dancing, Ethiopian
  • Gangsta Disciples (Gang)
  • Humorous stories, Kannada
  • Indigo children
  • Japanese American photographers
  • Jure Vetere Site (Italy)
  • Mennonite farmers
  • Mesqan language
  • Mind and reality
  • Nendrum Monastery Site (Northern Ireland)
  • Older farmers
  • Otomi women
  • Proverbs, Dagbani
  • Race in the theater
  • San (African people) in motion pictures
  • Silte (African people)
  • Siyalk, Tepe (Iran)
  • Tecoh Site (Mexico)
  • Women athletic trainers

2008:List 08 (Feb. 20)

  • Chassey culture
  • Cruising (Sexual behavior)
  • Delki Khadia dialect
  • Folk drama, Scottish
  • Folk poetry, Gagauz
  • Folk poetry, Scottish
  • Folk songs, Gagauz
  • Hikosaki Site (Japan)
  • Masks, Kwele
  • Ngāi Tūmapuhia (New Zealand people)
  • Ngāti Hinearo (New Zealand people)
  • Ngāti Rongomaiwahine (New Zealand people)
  • Ngāti Tamaterā (New Zealand people)
  • Ngāti Uepōhatu (New Zealand people)
  • Proverbs, Kom (Cameroon)
  • Songs, Vai
  • Te Uri o Tai (New Zealand people)
  • Te Whānau ā Apanui (New Zealand people)
  • Te Whānau Moana (New Zealand people)
  • Torques (Jewelry)
  • Youth and war
  • Zakhring language

2008:List 07 (Feb. 13)

  • African American cemeteries
  • Akarit Site (Tunisia)
  • Alien labor, Somali
  • Arab American arts
  • Conimbriga (Extinct city)
  • Gerdî (Kurdish tribe)
  • Kaesberg-Schaudt Site (Ill.)
  • Slave cemeteries
  • Tsonga drama
  • Tsonga literature
  • Women community health aides
  • Yōkai (Japanese folklore)

2008:List 06 (Feb. 6)

  • Bagta (Indic people)
  • Folk songs, Kui
  • Homeless mothers
  • Racism in medicine
  • Skei Site (Steinkjer, Norway)
  • Te Whānau a Te Ehutu (New Zealand people)
  • Tsibilium Necropolis Site (Georgia)

2008:List 05 (Jan. 30)

  • Aghem language
  • Andipatti Site (India)
  • Barkær Site (Denmark)
  • Chevelon Ruin (Ariz.)
  • Folk songs, Iloko
  • Gumelnița culture
  • Isimila Site (Tanzania)
  • Mongolian students
  • Paredejas Site (Spain)
  • Peltuinum (Extinct city)
  • Proverbs, Kok Borok
  • Tai Turung (Indic people)

2008:List 04 (Jan. 23)

  • Dhubyān (Arab tribe)
  • Lesbian police officers
  • Paleography, Persian
  • Persuasion (Psychology) in organizations
  • Poggio Imperiale Site (Siena, Italy)
  • Readers (Middle school)
  • Samba Leko language

2008:List 03 (Jan. 16)

  • Folk literature, Garifuna
  • Garšana (Extinct city)
  • Ghazals, Kyrgyz
  • Girls, Chewa
  • Large-breasted women
  • Likes and dislikes
  • Resnikov prekop Site (Slovenia)
  • Riddles, Chuvash
  • Tar (Drum) music
  • Truthfulness and falsehood in adolescence

2008:List 02 (Jan. 9)

  • Archaeological assemblages
  • Chemehuevi baskets
  • Chinatowns
  • Legal status of particular groups of people
  • Proverbs, Lü
  • Salishan mythology
  • Saluang
  • Saluang jo dendang
  • Saluang music
  • Songs with saluang
  • Tarxien Temples Site (Malta)
  • Teremembé art
  • Yokuts baskets

2008:List 01 (Jan. 2)

  • Berta language
  • Embroidery, Nanai
  • Extraordinary rendition
  • First sexual experiences
  • Liability for emotional distress (Jewish law)
  • Majang language
  • Mualang language
  • Obesity in mass media
  • Patient dumping
  • Poto (African people)
  • Proverbs, Sranan
  • Xiandao language

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