Catalogação e elementos de metadados de esculturas tumulares: uma proposta
Storti, Vivian Rosa
MetadataShow full item record
With the general objective of establishing guidelines for cataloging and defining metadata applicable to tomb sculptures, the present dissertation starts from the question of how cataloging can contribute so that tomb sculptures are understood as sources of information. The interest in developing this research resides in the understanding that the cemeteries are consecrated as sources for studies in several areas, both due to the fact that they have outstanding personalities buried there, as well as for the artistic and cultural value and, however, they are little explored . The research hopes to reach, as an academic contribution, the interest in an unusual information resource, as well as to propose ways of structuring and organizing the works present in the cemeteries, enabling the informational dissemination of the tomb sculptures. The methodology used to achieve the proposed objective is descriptive and exploratory and is carried out through bibliographic and documentary research. The bibliographic survey was carried out through research on specific bases of Information Science as well as on the general basis of theses and dissertations. 54 records were selected, among articles and academic papers for content analysis. Of these works, 15 provided the basis for identifying the contextualized elements. As a way of achieving the objective, the concepts of metadata and metadata patterns are also presented. To this end, the universe created by Riley (2009-2010b) is presented. From this universe, 12 metadata patterns specified during the work and, of which, 3 were applied in the context of tomb sculptures as correlated with the aspects previously exposed. Comments are made as a result of the application of the metadata standards and the identified elements and, at the end of the dissertation, considerations are made regarding the fulfillment of the objectives, the contribution of the protocol and the need for future research.
The following license files are associated with this item: