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A Comparative Analysis on Classification Systems for Children's Materials of Internet Portals and Online Bookstores

배영활 1 Oh, Dong-Geun 2 Ji-suk Yeo 2

1경북대학교
2계명대학교

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ABSTRACT

This study tries to compare the classification systems of major internet portals and their sub-portals specialized for the children and of major online book stores. It compares and analyzes the major directories of them and suggests recommendations not only to improve their own systems but also to apply to the development for the classification systems for children's library. Some of them are: ① The system should reflect information requests and use behaviors of the children netizen. ② It should select the terms reflecting the children's viewpoints and expressions and suggest the guidelines by ages. ③ It should maintain the clear hierarchies and grouping for the accessability and convenience of the users. ④ It will be helpful to establish the categories to mix the subject- or concept-based categories and the activities and objects of the children. ⑤ It will also be helpful to establish the categories based on the curricula added by those creating the imagination and interest and to subdivide by subject.

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