1. Global Cross-Reference

rdf:type Instance
sem:TimeType:
owl:AnnotationProperty:
owl:ObjectProperty:
owl:Class:

owl:Class Instance
cwrc:BirthPosition:
cwrc:Certainty:
cwrc:Credential:
cwrc:EducationalAward:
cwrc:Ethnicity:
cwrc:Gender:
cwrc:GeographicHeritage:
cwrc:NationalHeritage:
cwrc:NationalIdentity:
cwrc:Occupation:
cwrc:PoliticalAffiliation:
cwrc:RaceColour:
cwrc:Religion:
cwrc:ReproductiveHistory:
cwrc:Role:
cwrc:Sexuality:
cwrc:SocialClass:

2. Terms and Details

sem:TimeType (2)

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interval time

Indicates a span of time, usually represented in the form of a start and end date.

URI: http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/cwrc#IntervalTime
Tag: cwrc:IntervalTime
rdf:type: sem:TimeType

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punctive time

Indicates a point or location in time. Punctive time can be used to anchor an event that has a duration, such as a wedding or an election. It may be represented by various levels of granularity, for instance a second or a year, or by two dates between which an event was known to occur.

URI: http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/cwrc#PunctiveTime
Tag: cwrc:PunctiveTime
rdf:type: sem:TimeType

owl:AnnotationProperty (1)

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competency question

A question that can be asked of the ontology and will be used to specify the high level requirements of the CWRC Ontology allowing decisions about structure and components to be made.

URI: http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/cwrc#CompetencyQuestion
Tag: cwrc:CompetencyQuestion
rdf:type: owl:AnnotationProperty

owl:Class (124)

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abusive name

A name constructed with the intent to abuse, satirize, or slander. For example, Constance Gore-Booth was known in the press by the nickname of "Red Countess" and this nickname had negative connotations.

URI: http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/cwrc#AbusiveName
Tag: cwrc:AbusiveName
rdf:type: owl:Class
rdfs:subClassOf: cwrc:NameType

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additional name

An additional name, "such as a nickname, epithet, or alias." This term is derived from the Text Encoding Initiative P5 schema for the 'addName' element. See TEI element addName (additional name) .

URI: http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/cwrc#AdditionalName
Tag: cwrc:AdditionalName
rdf:type: owl:Class
Children Classes: cwrc:SelfConstructedName

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address

A mailing or street address.

Comment: CWRC address is the equivalent of a schema.org Postal Address and uses the predicates from schema Postal Address.

URI: http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/cwrc#Address
Tag: cwrc:Address
owl:sameAs: schema:PostalAddress
rdf:type: owl:Class skos:Concept
rdfs:subClassOf: cwrc:Place

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authorial name

A name under which a writer wrote or published.

URI: http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/cwrc#AuthorialName
Tag: cwrc:AuthorialName
rdf:type: owl:Class
rdfs:subClassOf: cwrc:NameType

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biography context

Biography Context is a major subclass of context. Annotations typed as Biography Context provide information about and discussions of a person's biography or personal history, through the use of biographical properties and relationships and through subclasses of Biographical Context such as birth context, cultural form context, or occupation context.

URI: http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/cwrc#BiographyContext
Tag: cwrc:BiographyContext
rdf:type: owl:Class skos:Concept
rdfs:subClassOf: cwrc:Context
Children Classes: cwrc:BirthContext cwrc:CulturalFormContext cwrc:DeathContext cwrc:EducationContext cwrc:FamilyContext cwrc:FriendsAndAssociatesContext cwrc:HealthContext cwrc:IntimateRelationshipsContext cwrc:LeisureContext cwrc:NameContext cwrc:OccupationContext cwrc:SpatialContext cwrc:ViolenceContext cwrc:WealthContext

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birth context

A significant subclass of context. Annotations typed as birth context provide information about and discussions of a person's birth. See About: Birth.

URI: http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/cwrc#BirthContext
Tag: cwrc:BirthContext
rdf:type: owl:Class skos:Concept
rdfs:subClassOf: cwrc:BiographyContext

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birth position

Indicates the birth position of a foaf:person, that is, whether they are the eldest, youngest, or only child in their family. Birth position claims can be made in relation to biological, adopted, or step siblings, and there is not systematic handling of deceased siblings that might affect one's understanding of birth order.

URI: http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/cwrc#BirthPosition
Tag: cwrc:BirthPosition
rdf:type: owl:Class skos:Concept
Within Range: cwrc:hasBirthPosition
Instances:

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birthname

Indicates the name a person was assigned at birth.

URI: http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/cwrc#Birthname
Tag: cwrc:Birthname
owl:sameAs: http://vocab.getty.edu/aat/300404681
rdf:type: owl:Class
rdfs:subClassOf: cwrc:NameType

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boarding school

"A boarding school provides education for pupils who live on the premises, as opposed to a day school. The word "boarding” is used in the sense of "room and board" i.e., lodging and meals. As they have existed for many centuries, and now extend across many countries, their function and ethos varies greatly." (DBpedia, 2018)

Comment: The description for this term is indebted to DBpedia.

URI: http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/cwrc#BoardingSchool
Tag: cwrc:BoardingSchool
prov:wasDerivedFrom: dbpedia:Boarding_school
rdf:type: owl:Class
rdfs:subClassOf: cwrc:EducationalOrganization

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british women writers literary climate

An event associated with British women writers, including the creation, publication and reception of their works, as well as the material conditions and other aspects of their lives.

URI: http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/cwrc#BritishWomenLiteraryClimate
Tag: cwrc:BritishWomenLiteraryClimate
rdf:type: owl:Class skos:Concept
rdfs:subClassOf: cwrc:LiteraryClimate

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bursary

A bursary is a monetary award made by an institution to individuals or groups of people who cannot afford to pay full fees. In return for the bursary the individual is usually obligated to be employed at the institution for the duration as the bursary.

URI: http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/cwrc#Bursary
Tag: cwrc:Bursary
prov:wasDerivedFrom: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bursary
rdf:type: owl:Class
rdfs:subClassOf: cwrc:EducationalAward

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certainty

Certainty describes the quality of a fact in the ontology. It is used primarily to represent information that may not be fact.

URI: http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/cwrc#Certainty
Tag: cwrc:Certainty
rdf:type: owl:Class
rdfs:subClassOf: owl:Thing
skos:closeMatch: http://www.tei-c.org/release/doc/tei-p5-doc/en/html/ref-teidata.certainty.html
Within Domain: cwrc:certaintyOf cwrc:timeCertaintyOf
Within Range: cwrc:hasCertainty cwrc:hasTimeCertainty
Instances:

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change set

A change set represents changes or additions made to the ontology by ontology editors or through users where instances were affected. Change sets will also be used to translate and contain Orlando recordInfo instances.

URI: http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/cwrc#ChangeSet
Tag: cwrc:ChangeSet
prov:wasDerivedFrom: http://vocab.org/changeset/
rdf:type: owl:Class skos:Concept https://www.w3.org/2006/time#Instant
Within Domain: cwrc:affectedEntity cwrc:alteredBy
Within Range: cwrc:madeAlteration

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co-ed school

"Mixed-sex education, also known as mixed-gender education, co-education or coeducation (abbreviated to co-ed or coed), is a system of education where males and females are educated together. Whereas single-sex education was more common up to the 19th century, mixed-sex education has since become standard in many cultures, particularly in Western countries. Single-sex education, however, remains prevalent in many Muslim countries. The relative merits of both systems have been the subject of debate." (DBpedia, 2018)

Comment: The description for this term is indebted to DBpedia.

URI: http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/cwrc#CoEducationalSchool
Tag: cwrc:CoEducationalSchool
prov:wasDerivedFrom: dbpedia:Mixed-sex_education
rdf:type: owl:Class
rdfs:subClassOf: cwrc:EducationalOrganization

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comprehensive school

"A comprehensive school is a secondary school or middle school that is a state school and does not select its intake on the basis of academic achievement or aptitude. This is in contrast to the selective school system, where admission is restricted on the basis of selection criteria. The term is commonly used in relation to England and Wales, where comprehensive schools were introduced on an experimental basis in the 1940s and became more widespread from 1965. About 90% of British secondary school pupils now attend comprehensive schools. They correspond broadly to the public high school in the United States and Canada and to the German Gesamtschule." (DBpedia, 2018)

Comment: The description for this term is indebted to DBpedia.

URI: http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/cwrc#ComprehensiveSchool
Tag: cwrc:ComprehensiveSchool
prov:wasDerivedFrom: dbpedia:Comprehensive_school dbpedia:Education_in_the_United_Kingdom
rdf:type: owl:Class
rdfs:subClassOf: cwrc:EducationalOrganization

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context

The Context class provides the discursive context for assertions in the ontology. Where the assertions have been generated from a source text, Context provides the text, or the relevant snippet of a longer text, from which they have been extracted.

URI: http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/cwrc#Context
Tag: cwrc:Context
rdf:type: owl:Class skos:Concept oa:Annotation
Within Domain: cwrc:hasIDependencyOn
Within Range: cwrc:hasIDependencyOn prov:wasDerivedFrom
Children Classes: cwrc:BiographyContext

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credential

Academic or educational qualification, such as a certificate or degree, awarded by an educational institution.

URI: http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/cwrc#Credential
Tag: cwrc:Credential
rdf:type: owl:Class skos:Concept
Within Domain: cwrc:credentialHeldBy
Within Range: cwrc:hasCredentialIn
Instances:

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cryptic name

A name deliberately obscured, as in an anagram. Cryptic names have lexical meaning such as "The Scotch Milkmaid,""A Housewife," or "A Placid Reader."

URI: http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/cwrc#CrypticName
Tag: cwrc:CrypticName
rdf:type: owl:Class
rdfs:subClassOf: cwrc:NameType

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cultural form

The Cultural Form class of properties associates specific concepts and categories with the process of identity formation through cultural processes. Such associations may be or have been embraced by the subject herself or himself or attributed by others. Although cultural forms or social identities circulate around the notion of characteristics, traditions, beliefs, or origins that are shared with others, recent work has stressed the contingency, provisionality, and constructedness of such categories through both complex discourses and social practices. As argued by Stuart Hall, "It seems to be in the attempt to rearticulate the relationship between subjects and discursive practices that the question of identity recurs" ("Introduction"). See Stuart Hall and Paul du Goy's edited collection Questions of Cultural Identity (Paul du Goy and Stuart Hall, 1996). Given their highly discursive nature, the concepts and categories classed as cultural forms are understood to overlap with each other conceptually. The same word or label can therefore occur as multiple cultural forms, reflecting the shifting discursive contexts in which it has been used and the diverse situations from which it has emerged. Each specific Cultural Form is understood to interact not only with other cultural forms or identity categories applied to a person, and other instances of the form applied to other people, but also always with Cultural Formation Context annotations, which support the understanding that social identities are always constructions in progress.

URI: http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/cwrc#CulturalForm
Tag: cwrc:CulturalForm
rdf:type: owl:Class skos:Concept
Children Classes: cwrc:Ethnicity cwrc:Gender cwrc:GeographicHeritage cwrc:Language cwrc:NationalHeritage cwrc:NationalIdentity cwrc:PoliticalAffiliation cwrc:RaceColour cwrc:Religion cwrc:Sexuality cwrc:SocialClass

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cultural form context

Cultural Form Context is a significant subclass of context. Annotations typed as Cultural Form Context provide information about and discussions of a person's social identity or subjectivity through the use of cultural form properties, which when multiple often indicate intersectional identities.

URI: http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/cwrc#CulturalFormContext
Tag: cwrc:CulturalFormContext
rdf:type: owl:Class skos:Concept
rdfs:subClassOf: cwrc:BiographyContext
Children Classes: cwrc:GenderContext cwrc:NationalityContext cwrc:PoliticalContext cwrc:RaceEthnicityContext cwrc:ReligionContext cwrc:SexualityContext cwrc:SocialClassContext

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dame school

"A dame school was an early form of a private elementary school in English-speaking countries. They were usually taught by women and were often located in the home of the teacher." (DBpedia, 2018)

Comment: The description for this term is indebted to DBpedia.

URI: http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/cwrc#DameSchool
Tag: cwrc:DameSchool
prov:wasDerivedFrom: dbpedia:Dame_school
rdf:type: owl:Class
rdfs:subClassOf: cwrc:EducationalOrganization

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day school

"A day school—as opposed to a boarding school—is an institution where children (or high-school age adolescents) are given educational instruction during the day, after which the students return to their homes. The term can also be used to emphasize the length of full-day programs as opposed to after-school programs, as in Jewish day school." (DBpedia, 2018)

Comment: The description for this term is indebted to DBpedia.

URI: http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/cwrc#DaySchool
Tag: cwrc:DaySchool
prov:wasDerivedFrom: dbpedia:Day_school
rdf:type: owl:Class
rdfs:subClassOf: cwrc:EducationalOrganization

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death context

A significant subclass of context. Annotations typed as death context provide information about and discussions of a person's death. See About: Death.

URI: http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/cwrc#DeathContext
Tag: cwrc:DeathContext
rdf:type: owl:Class skos:Concept
rdfs:subClassOf: cwrc:BiographyContext

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decade significance

Indicates a low level of significance appropriate to a detailed understanding of a decade.

URI: http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/cwrc#DecadeSignficance
Tag: cwrc:DecadeSignficance
rdf:type: owl:Class skos:Concept
rdfs:subClassOf: sem:EventType

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distinction

An educational award indicating that a person has achieved honours or distinction in their studies.

URI: http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/cwrc#Distinction
Tag: cwrc:Distinction
rdf:type: owl:Class
rdfs:subClassOf: cwrc:EducationalAward

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domestic education context

Context for education that takes place at home. For example, of a woman writer in the Victorian period taught by her brother or a governess.

URI: http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/cwrc#DomesticEducationContext
Tag: cwrc:DomesticEducationContext
rdf:type: owl:Class
rdfs:subClassOf: cwrc:EducationContext
skos:closeMatch: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Homeschooling

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education context

Education Context is a significant subclass of context. It has subclasses for domestic education context, institutional education context, and self taught education context. Annotations typed as Education Context or a subclass provide information about and discussions of a person's education, whether formal or informal.

URI: http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/cwrc#EducationContext
Tag: cwrc:EducationContext
rdf:type: owl:Class
rdfs:subClassOf: cwrc:BiographyContext
Within Range: cwrc:hasEducation
Children Classes: cwrc:DomesticEducationContext cwrc:InstitutionalEducationContext cwrc:SelfTaughtEducationContext

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educational award

An award, financial, material, or immaterial, associated with a person's education at any level.

URI: http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/cwrc#EducationalAward
Tag: cwrc:EducationalAward
rdf:type: owl:Class
Children Classes: cwrc:Bursary cwrc:Distinction cwrc:EducationalPrize cwrc:EssayAward cwrc:Fellowship cwrc:Scholarship cwrc:Studentship
Instances:

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educational organization

An organization such as a school that provides education, usually although not always as its primary function. "A school is an institution designed to provide learning spaces and learning environments for the teaching of students (or "pupils") under the direction of teachers." (DBpedia, 2018)

Comment: The description for this term is indebted to DBpedia.

URI: http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/cwrc#EducationalOrganization
Tag: cwrc:EducationalOrganization
prov:wasDerivedFrom: dbpedia:School
rdf:type: owl:Class
rdfs:subClassOf: org:FormalOrganization
Children Classes: cwrc:BoardingSchool cwrc:CoEducationalSchool cwrc:ComprehensiveSchool cwrc:DameSchool cwrc:DaySchool cwrc:GrammarSchool cwrc:PostSecondarySchool cwrc:PrepSchool cwrc:PrimarySchool cwrc:PrivateSchool cwrc:ReligiousSchool cwrc:SecondaryModernSchool cwrc:SecondarySchool cwrc:SecularSchool cwrc:SingleSexSchool cwrc:StateSchool cwrc:TradeSchool

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educational prize

A medal or award, monetary or otherwise, presented by either an institution or person of authority to an individual who has excelled in some aspect of their education.

URI: http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/cwrc#EducationalPrize
Tag: cwrc:EducationalPrize
rdf:type: owl:Class
rdfs:subClassOf: cwrc:EducationalAward

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educational subject

A subject or field of study or practice. Educational subjects are typically designated by Library of Congress Subject Headings (http://id.loc.gov/authorities/subjects.html). However, given the omissions, biases, and US-centricity of this vocabulary, other terms or strings may be used.

URI: http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/cwrc#EducationalSubject
Tag: cwrc:EducationalSubject
rdf:type: owl:Class
skos:related: http://id.loc.gov/ontologies/bibframe/subject
Within Domain: cwrc:credentialSubjectOf
Within Range: cwrc:hasCredentialSubject cwrc:studies cwrc:teachesEducationalSubject

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educational text
URI: http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/cwrc#EducationalText
Tag: cwrc:EducationalText
rdf:type: owl:Class

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essay award

An award given in an educational context on the strength of the recipient's essay.

URI: http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/cwrc#EssayAward
Tag: cwrc:EssayAward
rdf:type: owl:Class
rdfs:subClassOf: cwrc:EducationalAward

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ethnicity

A subclass of Cultural Form for indicating a person's ethnicity, either as self-reported or as assigned by others, with accompanying context, where present, provided by race or ethnicity context annotations. Ethnicities are groups constructed on the conception of shared national, religious, geographical, racial, or cultural backgrounds or traditions, and particular ethnicities may be denigrated, lauded, or both, depending on the context. Ethnicities are shifting, historically constituted, and interestedly deployed categories whose use must be situated contextually and which are understood here finally as discursive or representational although they have real material impacts. As Angel Oquendo writes, "Despite its long ‘materialist' past in which it was taken to be synonymous with ‘race,' the concept of ethnicity as used today does appear to focus on cultural rather than on physiognomic difference." (Angel R. Oquendo, "Re-imagining the Latino/a Race" in The Latino/a Condition: A Critical Reader edited by Richard Delgado, Jean Stefancic 1998). This ontology therefore does not attempt to lay out an exact, fully defined, or mutually exclusive set of ethnic categories: this is an impossibility given their shifting use and the overlap among them and with identity categories for race, geography, and nationality, as demonstrated by Noel Ignatieve in his book How the Irish Became White (Ignatieve, 1995). Those using this class and its instances are encouraged to consult associated race or ethnicity context annotations, if available.

URI: http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/cwrc#Ethnicity
Tag: cwrc:Ethnicity
rdf:type: owl:Class skos:ConceptScheme
rdfs:subClassOf: cwrc:CulturalForm
Within Domain: cwrc:ethnicityOf cwrc:ethnicityReportedOf cwrc:ethnicitySelfReportedOf
Within Range: cwrc:hasEthnicity cwrc:hasEthnicityReported cwrc:hasEthnicitySelfReported
Instances:

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event

An event that occurs in time.

URI: http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/cwrc#Event
Tag: cwrc:Event
owl:sameAs: dbpedia:Event http://erlangen-crm.org/current/E5.Event http://linkedevents.org/ontology/Event
rdf:type: owl:Class skos:Concept
rdfs:subClassOf: time:TemporalEntity
Within Domain: cwrc:hasParticipant cwrc:hasRole
Within Range: cwrc:participantOf

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exhibition (scholarship)

An exhibition is a type of scholarship award or bursary.

URI: http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/cwrc#Exhibition
Tag: cwrc:Exhibition
prov:wasDerivedFrom: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Exhibition_(scholarship)
rdf:type: owl:Class
rdfs:subClassOf: http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/EducationalAward

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familiar name

A version of a name used by those familiar with a person, such as family, friends, or co-workers.

URI: http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/cwrc#FamiliarName
Tag: cwrc:FamiliarName
rdf:type: owl:Class
rdfs:subClassOf: cwrc:NameType

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family context

Family Context is a significant subclass of context. Annotations typed as Family Context provide information about and discussions of a person's familial relations. Family relationships are social bonds assumed between a group of people affiliated by blood, marriage, co-residence, or other affiliation. For more information, see About: Family.

URI: http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/cwrc#FamilyContext
Tag: cwrc:FamilyContext
rdf:type: owl:Class skos:Concept
rdfs:subClassOf: cwrc:BiographyContext

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fellowship

An educational award or academic position usually associated with research or advanced standing in a field and sometimes involving labour such as teaching.

URI: http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/cwrc#Fellowship
Tag: cwrc:Fellowship
rdf:type: owl:Class
rdfs:subClassOf: cwrc:EducationalAward

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fictional person

A person, broadly defined, who features in an imaginative work such as a literary work, as a character or in some other way that distinguishes the reference to them from the natural person who is being represented. In other words, there is a distinction between a simple allusion to a natural person, and the fictionalization of that person within a text or other work of art.

URI: http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/cwrc#FictionalPerson
Tag: cwrc:FictionalPerson
rdf:type: owl:Class
rdfs:subClassOf: foaf:Person

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forename

A subject's given or baptismal name. This term is derived from the Text Encoding Initiative P5 schema 'forename' element. See also TEI element forename .

URI: http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/cwrc#Forename
Tag: cwrc:Forename
owl:sameAs: http://vocab.getty.edu/aat/300404681
rdf:type: owl:Class
rdfs:subClassOf: cwrc:NameType

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friends and associates context

Friends and connections context is a significant subclass of context. Annotations typed as friends and connections contexts discuss a broad spectrum of social relations ranging from friendship to enmities and casual associations. Other context annotations treat related aspects of social connections, including leisure context and intimate relationships context.

URI: http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/cwrc#FriendsAndAssociatesContext
Tag: cwrc:FriendsAndAssociatesContext
rdf:type: owl:Class skos:Concept
rdfs:subClassOf: cwrc:BiographyContext

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gender

A subclass of cultural form for indicating a person's gender, whether attributed or self-reported, with accompanying context, where present, provided by gender context annotations. Although in popular culture gender and biological sex are conflated and understood to be binary, the concept of gender stresses the relationality, constructedness, and performativity of gendered identities and gendered behaviour, whose categories are historically contingent and shifting, and the boundaries between them blurry. Simone de Beauvoir (1973) stated "One is not born, but rather becomes, a woman," a belief that has been taken up by many other theorists of gender including Judith Butler (1990). Gender studies to date has investigated the social construction of femininity more than that of masculinity. The multi-layered constructedness of gender is also underlined by Donna Haraway who understands it as a "socially, historically, and semiotically positioned difference" (Donna Haraway, 1988). Gender is understood as fluid, situational, and sometimes plural, and it is related to, though not commensurate with, sexual identity and orientation, just as it is related to but not defined by specific forms of embodiment. Rather than seeing biological sex as a pre-social or natural given, the body is understood as a site of inscription (cf. (Elizabeth Grosz, 1994)) which is also socially constructed and indeed epigenetically shaped by environmental factors (N. Katherine Hayles, 2012). As articulated by feminist neurologist Gillian Einstein, (2012)"The world writes on the body." This ontology therefore does not provide separate terms for sex as distinct from gender. Instead, it privileges terms associated with gender, recognizing that they are conventionally but not necessarily associated with sex, and that there is constant slippage between gender and sex in the way that these categories circulate through discourses, actions, and institutions. Far from indicating a universal facet of experience, gender intersects with other identity categories and axes of oppression such as class, race or colour, or geographical heritage to produced quite different interests and experiences among people of the same gender, as with the intersection of religion and white masculine identity in the Muscular Christianity movement in nineteenth-century Britain. Being a woman of colour often compounds the impacts of gender oppression. Such interaction between different forms of oppression is termed "intersectionality" (Kimberlé Crenshaw, 1989). Those using this class and its instances are encouraged to consult associated gender context annotations, if available.

URI: http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/cwrc#Gender
Tag: cwrc:Gender
rdf:type: owl:Class skos:ConceptScheme
rdfs:subClassOf: cwrc:CulturalForm
Within Domain: cwrc:genderOf cwrc:genderReportedOf cwrc:genderSelfReportedOf
Within Range: cwrc:hasGender cwrc:hasGenderReported cwrc:hasGenderSelfReported
Instances:

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gender context

Gender Context is a significant subclass of context. It is associated with the cultural form subclass gender, and sometimes other intersecting Cultural Forms. Annotations typed as Gender Context provide information about and discussions of a person's subjectivity with regards to their gender and gender identity. Gender Context provides depth to more granular categorizations of a person indicated through the properties has gender identity or has gender identity (self-reported).

URI: http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/cwrc#GenderContext
Tag: cwrc:GenderContext
dcterms:subject: cwrc:Gender
rdf:type: owl:Class skos:Concept
rdfs:subClassOf: cwrc:CulturalFormContext

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generational name

A name component used to distinguish otherwise similar names on the basis of the relative ages or generations of the persons named." This term is derived from the Text Encoding Initiative P5 schema for the 'genName' element. See TEI element genName (generational name component) .

URI: http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/cwrc#GenerationalName
Tag: cwrc:GenerationalName
rdf:type: owl:Class

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geographic heritage

A subclass of cultural form, this property indicates a person's geographic heritage, with accompanying context, where present, provided by nationality context annotations. Geographic heritage involves the geographical origins of a person's family, which often contributes to an understanding of their racial and ethnic background. It offers a way to capture individuals identified as "South-Asian," for example, when no more precise national heritage is indicated. See race or ethnicity context for a detailed description of the complexities of this class. It can be multiple and it can be different from a person's national identity or national heritage, current or official citizenship, or the geographical region or territory in which a person resides. Those using this class and its instances are encouraged to consult associated nationality context excerpts or annotations, if available.

URI: http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/cwrc#GeographicHeritage
Tag: cwrc:GeographicHeritage
rdf:type: owl:Class skos:ConceptScheme
rdfs:subClassOf: cwrc:CulturalForm
skos:note: Geonames terms are often used for locations and for many instances of geographic heritage.
Within Domain: cwrc:geographicHeritageOf cwrc:geographicHeritageReportedOf cwrc:geographicHeritageSelfReportedOf
Within Range: cwrc:hasGeographicHeritage cwrc:hasGeographicHeritageReported cwrc:hasGeographicHeritageSelfReported
Instances:

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grammar school

"A grammar school is one of several different types of school in the history of education in the United Kingdom and other English-speaking countries, originally a school teaching Latin, but more recently an academically-oriented secondary school, differentiated in recent years from less academic Secondary Modern Schools." (DBpedia, 2018)

Comment: The description for this term is indebted to DBpedia.

URI: http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/cwrc#GrammarSchool
Tag: cwrc:GrammarSchool
prov:wasDerivedFrom: dbpedia:Grammar_school
rdf:type: owl:Class
rdfs:subClassOf: cwrc:EducationalOrganization

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health context

A significant subclass of context. Annotations typed as health provide information about and discussions of a person's health, both mental and physical, and associated social, political and historical factors.

URI: http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/cwrc#HealthContext
Tag: cwrc:HealthContext
rdf:type: owl:Class skos:Concept
rdfs:subClassOf: cwrc:BiographyContext
Children Classes: cwrc:MentalHealthContext cwrc:PhysicalHealthContext cwrc:WomensHealthContext

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historic significance

Indicates a very high level of significance appropriate to a historical overview.

URI: http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/cwrc#HistoricSignificance
Tag: cwrc:HistoricSignificance
rdf:type: owl:Class skos:Concept
rdfs:subClassOf: sem:EventType

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honorific name

A positive name which celebrates or honours a person.

URI: http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/cwrc#HonorificName
Tag: cwrc:HonorificName
rdf:type: owl:Class
rdfs:subClassOf: cwrc:NameType

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indexed name

Name under which a person's work is indexed by an institution or organization.

URI: http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/cwrc#IndexedName
Tag: cwrc:IndexedName
rdf:type: owl:Class
rdfs:subClassOf: cwrc:NameType

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individual significance

Indicates a level of significance appropriate to an understanding of an individual person or entity.

URI: http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/cwrc#IndividualSignificance
Tag: cwrc:IndividualSignificance
rdf:type: owl:Class skos:Concept
rdfs:subClassOf: sem:EventType

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institutional education context

Context for education or learning within an institutional setting.

URI: http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/cwrc#InstitutionalEducationContext
Tag: cwrc:InstitutionalEducationContext
rdf:type: owl:Class
rdfs:subClassOf: cwrc:EducationContext
skos:related: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/School

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intimate relationships context

Intimate relationships context is a significant subclass of context. Annotations typed intimate relationships discuss any type of intimacy ranging from emotional through psychological or material to sexual.

URI: http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/cwrc#IntimateRelationshipsContext
Tag: cwrc:IntimateRelationshipsContext
rdf:type: owl:Class skos:Concept
rdfs:subClassOf: cwrc:BiographyContext

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language

A human language or dialect, whether spoken and/or written.

URI: http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/cwrc#Language
Tag: cwrc:Language
owl:sameAs: http://id.loc.gov/vocabulary/iso639-1/iso639-1_Language
rdf:type: owl:Class skos:Concept
rdfs:subClassOf: cwrc:CulturalForm
skos:note: Library of Congress Languages codes are typically used for instances of language .
Within Domain: cwrc:linguisticAbilityOf cwrc:linguisticAbilityReportedOf cwrc:linguisticAbilitySelfReportedOf cwrc:nativeLinguisticAbilityOf cwrc:nativeLinguisticAbilityReportedOf cwrc:nativeLinguisticAbilitySelfReportedOf
Within Range: cwrc:hasLinguisticAbility cwrc:hasLinguisticAbilityReported cwrc:hasLinguisticAbilitySelfReported cwrc:hasNativeLinguisticAbility cwrc:hasNativeLinguisticAbilityReported cwrc:hasNativeLinguisticAbilitySelfReported

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leisure context

A significant subclass of context. Annotations typed as Leisure Context provide information about and discussions of instances of the leisure and social activities of a person including hobbies, sporting life and cultural activities, for example mountain climbing or hosting a literary salon. Notions of leisure are both gendered and classed, and vary by cultural context. This context is meant to capture a person's social life within their larger community, not simply an elite, fashionable social circle.

URI: http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/cwrc#LeisureContext
Tag: cwrc:LeisureContext
rdf:type: owl:Class skos:Concept
rdfs:subClassOf: cwrc:BiographyContext

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literary climate

An event associated with the climate for literature and writing, broadly conceived, ranging from publication or performance events to information about print technologies and copyright.

URI: http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/cwrc#LiteraryClimate
Tag: cwrc:LiteraryClimate
rdf:type: owl:Class skos:Concept
rdfs:subClassOf: sem:EventType
Children Classes: cwrc:BritishWomenLiteraryClimate

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literary name

A name applied to a writer by others, for example in reviews or at readings, which orginate in the person's status as a writer.

URI: http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/cwrc#LiteraryName
Tag: cwrc:LiteraryName
rdf:type: owl:Class
rdfs:subClassOf: cwrc:NameType

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local name

A name with a geographic connotation, for example, "Julian of Norwich."

URI: http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/cwrc#LocalName
Tag: cwrc:LocalName
rdf:type: owl:Class
rdfs:subClassOf: cwrc:NameType

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married name

A surname adopted in marriage.

URI: http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/cwrc#MarriedName
Tag: cwrc:MarriedName
rdf:type: owl:Class
rdfs:subClassOf: cwrc:NameType

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mental health context

A subclass of health context. Annotations typed as mental health context describe an aspect of a person’s mental or psychological well-being or illness.

URI: http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/cwrc#MentalHealthContext
Tag: cwrc:MentalHealthContext
rdf:type: owl:Class skos:Concept
rdfs:subClassOf: cwrc:HealthContext

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name context

A significant subclass of context. Annotations typed as name context provide the name or names associated with a person, at times with contextual information.

URI: http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/cwrc#NameContext
Tag: cwrc:NameContext
rdf:type: owl:Class skos:Concept
rdfs:subClassOf: cwrc:BiographyContext

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name type

An aspect of a person's name, including its use, connotations, or significance.

URI: http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/cwrc#NameType
Tag: cwrc:NameType
rdf:type: owl:Class
rdfs:subClassOf: cwrc:PersonalName
Children Classes: cwrc:AbusiveName cwrc:AuthorialName cwrc:Birthname cwrc:CrypticName cwrc:FamiliarName cwrc:Forename cwrc:HonorificName cwrc:IndexedName cwrc:LiteraryName cwrc:LocalName cwrc:MarriedName cwrc:Nickname cwrc:Pseudonym cwrc:ReligousName cwrc:RomanceName cwrc:Surname

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national heritage

A subclass of cultural form, this property indicates a person's national heritage, with accompanying context, where present, provided by nationality context annotations. National Heritage is composed of various elements related to national identity, often transmitted from previous generations and influenced by a subject's national historical background or geographic heritage. It can be multiple and can be different from a person's national identity, current or official citizenship, or the geographical region or territory in which a person resides. Those using this class and its instances are encouraged to consult associated nationality context excerpts or annotations, if available.

URI: http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/cwrc#NationalHeritage
Tag: cwrc:NationalHeritage
rdf:type: owl:Class skos:ConceptScheme
rdfs:subClassOf: cwrc:CulturalForm
Within Domain: cwrc:nationalHeritageOf cwrc:nationalHeritageReportedOf cwrc:nationalHeritageSelfReportedOf
Within Range: cwrc:hasNationalHeritage cwrc:hasNationalHeritageReported cwrc:hasNationalHeritageSelfReported
Instances:

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national identity

A subclass of cultural form, this property indicates a person's national identity, either as self-reported or as assigned by others, with accompanying context, where present, provided by nationality context annotations. It is neither the same as citizenship nor commensurate with the geographical region or territory in which a person resides, although it is usually associated with a current or former country or geographic region. For this reason, the (see ISO 2-digit Codes for the representation of names of countries and their subdivisions – Part 2: Country subdivision codes) are used where possible to represent instances of national identities, and only terms for which country codes do not exist appear in this ontology. Like other identity categories, nationality may be plural, fluid, or contingent, and terms used for national identities can intersect with national heritage, geographic heritage, and ethnicity as well as other identity categories. Those using this class and its instances are encouraged to consult associated nationality context annotations, if available.

URI: http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/cwrc#NationalIdentity
Tag: cwrc:NationalIdentity
rdf:type: owl:Class skos:ConceptScheme
rdfs:subClassOf: cwrc:CulturalForm
Within Domain: cwrc:nationalityOf cwrc:nationalityReportedOf cwrc:nationalitySelfReportedOf
Within Range: cwrc:hasNationality cwrc:hasNationalityReported cwrc:hasNationalitySelfReported
Instances:

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nationality context

Nationality Context is a significant subclass of context. Annotations typed as Nationality Context provide information about and discussions of a person's cultural formation in relation to their national identity, national heritage, and geographic heritage -- which are not always aligned. Nationality Context provides depth to more granular indications of national identity through the national heritage, national identity, and geographic heritage properties.

URI: http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/cwrc#NationalityContext
Tag: cwrc:NationalityContext
dcterms:subject: cwrc:GeographicHeritage cwrc:NationalHeritage cwrc:NationalIdentity
rdf:type: owl:Class skos:Concept
rdfs:subClassOf: cwrc:CulturalFormContext

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natural person

A human being who is alive, or was alive at some point in time. Natural persons may be fictionalized, in which case they are also classed as a fictional person.

URI: http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/cwrc#NaturalPerson
Tag: cwrc:NaturalPerson
rdf:type: owl:Class
rdfs:subClassOf: foaf:Person
Within Domain: cwrc:hasEducation cwrc:hasPersona cwrc:madeAlteration
Within Range: cwrc:alteredBy cwrc:personaOf
Instances:

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nickname

Indicates familiar, humorous, or abusive name given to a person, applied instead of or in addition to their real name. May have name type, abusive name or honorific name.

URI: http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/cwrc#Nickname
Tag: cwrc:Nickname
rdf:type: owl:Class
rdfs:subClassOf: cwrc:NameType

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occupation

A position, activity, job, or profession, whether paid, unpaid, or voluntary, often related to and at times overlapping with a person's social class.

URI: http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/cwrc#Occupation
Tag: cwrc:Occupation
rdf:type: owl:Class skos:Concept
Within Domain: cwrc:familyBasedOccupationOf cwrc:occupationOf cwrc:paidOccupationOf cwrc:volunteerOccupationOf
Within Range: cwrc:hasFamilyBasedOccupation cwrc:hasOccupation cwrc:hasPaidOccupation cwrc:hasVolunteerOccupation
Instances:

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occupation context

A significant subclass of context. Annotations typed as occupation provide information about and discussions of positions and activities significant to a person's life, including paid, unpaid, and voluntary work both beyond and within the home. Although writing as a career sometimes overlaps with occupation, literary activities are often described in writing contexts.

URI: http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/cwrc#OccupationContext
Tag: cwrc:OccupationContext
rdf:type: owl:Class skos:Concept
rdfs:subClassOf: cwrc:BiographyContext

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oeuvre

Indicates the works of an author or other creative practioner regarded collectively.

URI: http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/cwrc#Oeuvre
Tag: cwrc:Oeuvre
rdf:type: owl:Class

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period significance

Indicates a moderate level of significance appropriate to an understanding of a historical period.

URI: http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/cwrc#PeriodSignificance
Tag: cwrc:PeriodSignificance
rdf:type: owl:Class skos:Concept
rdfs:subClassOf: sem:EventType

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persona

A persona, unlike a role, cannot be adopted by people generally, but is specific to one natural person, or more rarely several natural persons. A persona is an original creation, often bearing meaning regarding the biographical, historical and sociological context to which its/their creator/s is/are attached. Personas as defined here should not be associated with mental illness or multiple personality disorder, since they are not the product of a distorted or uncontrolled perception of reality. At the heart of a persona is an identity that is interacted with by others and that at times can be confused with an actual natural person. It is incarnated and developed by a natural person, and may have a social, literary, artistic or political activity.

Comment: This definition is indebted to the Text Encoding Initiative's definition of the "persona" element. See TEI element persona .

URI: http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/cwrc#Persona
Tag: cwrc:Persona
rdf:type: owl:Class skos:Concept
rdfs:subClassOf: foaf:Person
Within Domain: cwrc:personaOf
Within Range: cwrc:hasPersona

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personal name

A person's name, containing a proper noun or proper-noun phrase referring to a person. Has subclasses for types of names such as pseudonym and may have name type, and may have associated parts. This term is derived in part from the Text Encoding Initiative P5 schema persname element. See also TEI element persName (personal name) .

URI: http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/cwrc#PersonalName
Tag: cwrc:PersonalName
owl:sameAs: http://vocab.getty.edu/aat/300266386 foaf:name
rdf:type: owl:Class
rdfs:subClassOf: cidoc:E41_Appellation
skos:exactMatch: http://id.loc.gov/authorities/subjects/sh85089622
Children Classes: cwrc:NameType cwrc:SystemName
Within Range: cwrc:PreferredName cwrc:hasNamePart cwrc:hasSortOrder

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physical health context

A subclass of health context. Annotations typed as physical health context describe aspects of a person’s bodily or physical well-being or illness.

URI: http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/cwrc#PhysicalHealthContext
Tag: cwrc:PhysicalHealthContext
rdf:type: owl:Class skos:Concept
rdfs:subClassOf: cwrc:HealthContext

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place

1- A named place, whether incorporated, settled, or occupied.

2- It may be, but is not necessarily, a populated place. Some places, such as cross-roads, do not have a population or settlement per se. Geonames will sometimes categorize places that are now abandoned as "populated places."

URI: http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/cwrc#Place
Tag: cwrc:Place
owl:equivalentClass: http://dbpedia.org/ontology/Place schema:Place http://www.geonames.org/ontology#Feature
owl:sameAs: http://geovocab.org/spatial#Feature http://www.opengis.net/ont/geosparql#Feature
rdf:type: owl:Class skos:Concept
rdfs:subClassOf: http://www.w3.org/2003/01/geo/wgs84_pos#SpatialThing
Children Classes: cwrc:Address

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political affiliation

This subclass of CulturalForm indicates affiliations, connections and associations which designate a person's political involvement. These affiliations can be both formal connections to a party or organisation and informal political positions held by the writer. Political affiliations are defined broadly and include things like "against capital punishment" or "strong supporter of the Empire" in addition to more straightforward affiliations such as "marxist" or "conservative". Political affiliations can be multiple, sometimes contradictory, and may change over time.

URI: http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/cwrc#PoliticalAffiliation
Tag: cwrc:PoliticalAffiliation
rdf:type: owl:Class skos:ConceptScheme
rdfs:subClassOf: cwrc:CulturalForm
Within Range: cwrc:hasActivistInvolvementIn cwrc:hasGenderedPoliticalActivity cwrc:hasPoliticalAffiliation cwrc:hasPoliticalAffiliationReported cwrc:hasPoliticalAffiliationSelfReported cwrc:hasPoliticalInvolvementIn cwrc:hasPoliticalMembershipIn
Within Domain: cwrc:hasActivistInvolvementFrom cwrc:hasGenderedPoliticalActivityFrom cwrc:hasPoliticalInvolvementFrom cwrc:hasPoliticalMembershipFrom cwrc:politicalAffiliationOf cwrc:politicalAffiliationReportedOf cwrc:politicalAffiliationSelfReportedOf
Instances:

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political climate

An event having political implications within its geopolitical context, often nationally or internationally. Includes the accession of' monarchs, changing governing structures including revolutions, the establishment of major organizations, and other markers of political change.

URI: http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/cwrc#PoliticalClimate
Tag: cwrc:PoliticalClimate
rdf:type: owl:Class skos:Concept
rdfs:subClassOf: sem:EventType

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politics context

Politics Context is a significant subclass of context. It is associated with the cultural form subclass political affiliation, and sometimes other intersecting Cultural Forms. Annotations typed as Politics Context provide information about and discussions of a person's subjectivity with regards to their political identity. Politics Context provides depth to more granular categorizations of a person indicated by the properties has political affiliation and its subproperties.

URI: http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/cwrc#PoliticalContext
Tag: cwrc:PoliticalContext
dcterms:subject: cwrc:PoliticalAffiliation
rdf:type: owl:Class skos:Concept
rdfs:subClassOf: cwrc:CulturalFormContext

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political organization

An organization whose activities are primarily political or with which a person is affiliated politically.

URI: http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/cwrc#PoliticalOrganization
Tag: cwrc:PoliticalOrganization
rdf:type: owl:Class
rdfs:subClassOf: org:FormalOrganization
Within Range: cwrc:hasActivistInvolvementIn cwrc:hasGenderedPoliticalActivity cwrc:hasPoliticalAffiliation cwrc:hasPoliticalAffiliationReported cwrc:hasPoliticalAffiliationSelfReported cwrc:hasPoliticalInvolvementIn cwrc:hasPoliticalMembershipIn
Within Domain: cwrc:hasActivistInvolvementFrom cwrc:hasGenderedPoliticalActivityFrom cwrc:hasPoliticalInvolvementFrom cwrc:hasPoliticalMembershipFrom cwrc:politicalAffiliationOf cwrc:politicalAffiliationReportedOf cwrc:politicalAffiliationSelfReportedOf

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post-secondary school

"Higher education, post-secondary education, or third level education is an optional final stage of formal learning that occurs after secondary education. Often delivered at universities, academies, colleges, seminaries, and institutes of technology, higher education is also available through certain college-level institutions, including vocational schools, trade schools, and other career colleges that award academic degrees or professional certifications. Tertiary education at non-degree level is sometimes referred to as further education or continuing education as distinct from higher education. The right of access to higher education is mentioned in a number of international human rights instruments. The UN International Covenant on Economic, Social and Cultural Rights of 1966 declares, in Article 13, that "higher education shall be made equally accessible to all, on the basis of capacity, by every appropriate means, and in particular by the progressive introduction of free education". In Europe, Article 2 of the First Protocol to the European Convention on Human Rights, adopted in 1950, obliges all signatory parties to guarantee the right to education" (DBpedia, 2018)

Comment: The description for this term is indebted to DBpedia.

URI: http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/cwrc#PostSecondarySchool
Tag: cwrc:PostSecondarySchool
prov:wasDerivedFrom: dbpedia:Higher_education
rdf:type: owl:Class
rdfs:subClassOf: cwrc:EducationalOrganization

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preferred name

Indicates the form of name preferred by an authority or institution.

URI: http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/cwrc#PreferredName
Tag: cwrc:PreferredName
cwrc:rangeIncludes: cwrc:Organization cwrc:PersonalName
rdf:type: owl:Class

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prep school

Within a North American context, prep schools are private educational institutions that prepare students for college. Within a British context, they are private schools for students -- the age range of the students can vary significantly depending on when they went to school, though typically ranging from ages seven (though sometimes three) to thirteen.

URI: http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/cwrc#PrepSchool
Tag: cwrc:PrepSchool
prov:wasDerivedFrom: dbpedia:Preparatory_school_(United_Kingdom)
rdf:type: owl:Class
rdfs:subClassOf: cwrc:EducationalOrganization

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primary school

"A primary school (or elementary school in American English and often in Canadian English) is a school in which children receive primary or elementary education from the age of about five to twelve, coming after preschool and before secondary school. (In some countries there is an intermediate stage of middle school between primary and secondary education.)" (DBpedia, 2018)

Comment: The description for this term is indebted to DBpedia.

URI: http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/cwrc#PrimarySchool
Tag: cwrc:PrimarySchool
prov:wasDerivedFrom: dbpedia:Primary_school
rdf:type: owl:Class
rdfs:subClassOf: cwrc:EducationalOrganization

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private school

"Private schools, also known as independent schools, non-governmental, or nonstate schools, are not administered by local, state or national governments; thus, they retain the right to select their students and are funded in whole or in part by charging their students tuition, rather than relying on mandatory taxation through public (government) funding; at some private schools students may be able to get a scholarship, which makes the cost cheaper, depending on a talent the student may have (e.g. sport scholarship, art scholarship, academic scholarship), financial need, or tax credit scholarships that might be available." (DBpedia, 2018)

Comment: The description for this term is indebted to DBpedia.

URI: http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/cwrc#PrivateSchool
Tag: cwrc:PrivateSchool
prov:wasDerivedFrom: dbpedia:Private_school
rdf:type: owl:Class
rdfs:subClassOf: cwrc:EducationalOrganization

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professional title

A person's professional role (e.g. Doctor Jane Smith) or designates membership in a professional society (e.g. John Smith, Esquire).

URI: http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/cwrc#ProfessionalTitle
Tag: cwrc:ProfessionalTitle
rdf:type: owl:Class
rdfs:subClassOf: cwrc:RoleName

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pseudonym

Indicates both names and descriptive phrases (e.g. "A Lover of Her Sex" is a pseudonym for Mary Astell) used in publishing to conceal the identity of the author or to represent a persona.

URI: http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/cwrc#Pseudonym
Tag: cwrc:Pseudonym
rdf:type: owl:Class
rdfs:subClassOf: cwrc:NameType

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race or colour

A subclass of cultural form, this property indicates a person's race or colour, often as presumed, perceived, or otherwise assigned according to cultural conventions, with accompanying context, where present, provided by race or ethnicity context annotations. Despite the ways in which categories of race or colour frequently serve heinous interests, their ideological and material impacts in the formation of identities requires recognition. These are shifting, historically constituted, and interestedly deployed categories whose use must be situated contextually and which are understood here finally as discursive or representational although they have real material impacts. They are thus as social constructs: "There is nothing more to being, or not being, a given race than the social acceptance and societal ascription of a race to a person" (Damon Sajnani, 2015). This ontology therefore does not attempt to lay out an exact, fully defined, or mutually exclusive set of racial categories: this is an impossibility given their shifting use and the overlap among them and with identity categories for ethnicity, geography, and nationality. Those applying this class and its instances are encouraged not to let privileged identities operate as an unspoken given or to use this class solely in relation to the marginalized. Those concerned about "white" and "black" as homogenizing categories are encouraged to reach for specificity through plural categories and representations of intersectionality, and to consult race or ethnicity context annotations, if available.

URI: http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/cwrc#RaceColour
Tag: cwrc:RaceColour
rdf:type: owl:Class skos:ConceptScheme
rdfs:subClassOf: cwrc:CulturalForm
Within Domain: cwrc:raceColourOf cwrc:raceColourReportedOf cwrc:raceColourSelfReportedOf
Within Range: cwrc:hasRaceColour cwrc:hasRaceColourReported cwrc:hasRaceColourSelfReported
Instances:

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race or ethnicity context

Race or Ethnicity Context is a subclass of cultural form context, and is associated with the cultural form subclasses race or colour and ethnicity, and sometimes other cultural forms. Annotations typed as Race or Ethnicity Context provide contextualizing information about and discussions related to a person's perceived or self-reported identity with regards to race and/or ethnicity (Race or Colour or ethnicity). Despite the ways in which categories of Race or Colour and ethnicity frequently serve heinous interests, their ideological and material impacts in the formation of identities requires recognition. These are shifting, historically constituted, and interestedly deployed categories whose use must be situated contextually and are understood here finally as discursive or representational although they have real material impacts. They are thus social constructs: "There is nothing more to being, or not being, a given race than the social acceptance and societal ascription of a race to a person" (Damon Sajnani, 2015).

URI: http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/cwrc#RaceEthnicityContext
Tag: cwrc:RaceEthnicityContext
dcterms:subject: cwrc:Ethnicity cwrc:RaceColour
rdf:type: owl:Class skos:Concept
rdfs:subClassOf: cwrc:CulturalFormContext

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religion

A subclass of cultural form, this describes a person's religion(s) or belief system(s). Note that while atheism denotes the absence of religion, we use the Religion label for convenience.

URI: http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/cwrc#Religion
Tag: cwrc:Religion
rdf:type: owl:Class skos:ConceptScheme
rdfs:subClassOf: cwrc:CulturalForm
Within Domain: cwrc:religionOf cwrc:religionReportedOf cwrc:religionSelfReportedOf
Within Range: cwrc:hasReligion cwrc:hasReligionReported cwrc:hasReligionSelfReported
Instances:

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religious context

Religion Context is a significant subclass of context. It is associated with the cultural form subclass religion, and sometimes other intersecting Cultural Forms. Annotations typed as Religion Context provide information about and discussions of a person's subjectivity with regards to their religion. Religion Context provides depth to more granular categorizations of a person indicated by the properties has religious affiliation or has religious affiliation (self-reported).

URI: http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/cwrc#ReligionContext
Tag: cwrc:ReligionContext
dcterms:subject: cwrc:Religion
rdf:type: owl:Class skos:Concept
rdfs:subClassOf: cwrc:CulturalFormContext

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religious organization

An organization whose activities are primarily religious.

URI: http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/cwrc#ReligiousOrganization
Tag: cwrc:ReligiousOrganization
rdf:type: owl:Class
rdfs:subClassOf: org:FormalOrganization

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religious school

A school associated formally in some way with a religion, ranging from parochial schools to faith-based schools.

URI: http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/cwrc#ReligiousSchool
Tag: cwrc:ReligiousSchool
rdf:type: owl:Class
rdfs:subClassOf: cwrc:EducationalOrganization

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religious name

A name acquired through a religious role or practice.

URI: http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/cwrc#ReligousName
Tag: cwrc:ReligousName
rdf:type: owl:Class
rdfs:subClassOf: cwrc:NameType

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reproductive history
URI: http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/cwrc#ReproductiveHistory
Tag: cwrc:ReproductiveHistory
rdf:type: owl:Class skos:Concept
Within Range: cwrc:hasReproductiveHistory
Instances:

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role

A role of a Person or Actor in some Event, CreativeWork, or Organisation.

URI: http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/cwrc#Role
Tag: cwrc:Role
rdf:type: owl:Class
Instances:

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role name

A name which "indicates that a person has a particular role or position in society, such as an official title or rank." This term is derived from the Text Encoding Initiative P5 schema for the 'roleName' element. See TEI element roleName .

URI: http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/cwrc#RoleName
Tag: cwrc:RoleName
rdf:type: owl:Class
Children Classes: cwrc:ProfessionalTitle cwrc:RoyalName cwrc:StyledName cwrc:TitledName

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romance name

Indicates cases where the person has a name associated with writing romances, or with romantic writing, for example, Swift's Stella.

URI: http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/cwrc#RomanceName
Tag: cwrc:RomanceName
rdf:type: owl:Class
rdfs:subClassOf: cwrc:NameType

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royal name

A name based on royal status.

URI: http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/cwrc#RoyalName
Tag: cwrc:RoyalName
rdf:type: owl:Class
rdfs:subClassOf: cwrc:RoleName

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scholarship

A scholarship is an award of financial aid for a student to further their education. Scholarships are awarded based upon various criteria, which usually reflect the values and purposes of the donor or founder of the award. Scholarship money is not required to be repaid.

URI: http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/cwrc#Scholarship
Tag: cwrc:Scholarship
prov:wasDerivedFrom: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Scholarship
rdf:type: owl:Class
rdfs:subClassOf: cwrc:EducationalAward

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secondary modern school

"A secondary modern school is a type of secondary school that once existed throughout England, Wales and Northern Ireland, from 1944 until the 1970s under the Tripartite System and still persist in Northern Ireland, where they are usually referred to simply as Secondary schools, and in areas of England, such as Buckinghamshire (where they are referred to as community schools), Lincolnshire, Wirral Medway and Kent where they are called high schools. " (DBpedia, 2018)

Comment: The description for this term is indebted to DBpedia.

URI: http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/cwrc#SecondaryModernSchool
Tag: cwrc:SecondaryModernSchool
prov:wasDerivedFrom: dbpedia:Secondary_modern_school
rdf:type: owl:Class
rdfs:subClassOf: cwrc:EducationalOrganization

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secondary school

"A secondary school is both an organization that provides secondary education and the building where this takes place. Some secondary schools can provide both lower secondary education and upper secondary education (levels 2 and 3 of the ISCED scale), but these can also be provided in separate schools, as in the American middle school- high school system. Secondary schools typically follow on from primary schools and lead into vocational and tertiary education. Attendance is compulsory in most countries for students between the ages of 11 and 16. The organisations, buildings, and terminology are more or less unique in each country." (DBpedia, 2018)

Comment: The description for this term is indebted to DBpedia.

URI: http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/cwrc#SecondarySchool
Tag: cwrc:SecondarySchool
prov:wasDerivedFrom: dbpedia:Secondary_school
rdf:type: owl:Class
rdfs:subClassOf: cwrc:EducationalOrganization

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secular school

A school that is not formally associated with a religious organization and/or one that is avowedly secular in its educational principles, often but not always publicly-funded institutions that are funded by countries with a separation between religion and the state.

URI: http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/cwrc#SecularSchool
Tag: cwrc:SecularSchool
rdf:type: owl:Class
rdfs:subClassOf: cwrc:EducationalOrganization

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self constructed name

A self-chosen name used in everyday life rather than only on title-pages as is the case for a [http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/cwrc#pseudonym].

URI: http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/cwrc#SelfConstructedName
Tag: cwrc:SelfConstructedName
rdf:type: owl:Class
rdfs:subClassOf: cwrc:AdditionalName

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self taught education context

Education context related to learning conducted independently.

URI: http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/cwrc#SelfTaughtEducationContext
Tag: cwrc:SelfTaughtEducationContext
rdf:type: owl:Class
rdfs:subClassOf: cwrc:EducationContext
skos:related: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Autodidacticism

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sexuality

A subclass of cultural form and linked to sexuality context, Sexuality properties indicate in a word or phrase identifications or aspects of sexuality (i.e., "lesbian," "monogamous," "heterosexual" but also "promiscuous") not as a means of shutting down but advancing investigation and critical analysis of these identifications. The association assumes that sexual identity does not function in an essentialist manner but can be plural and fluid, so multiple designations can be applied to a single person can be associated with multiple terms. Sexual identity may come from the subject her/himself or be ascribed by others. Terms may be in tension or mutually exclusive, they may reflect different life stages, and they may or may not reflect actual sexual practices. Linking a person to the term lesbianism as a sexual identity, for instance, does not necessarily signify that the subject was in any definitive sense a lesbian; such identifications are often impossible for reasons of historical gaps and silences. As far as living persons are concerned, our practice is to draw only on widely circulated public sources or disclosures from the subject her/himself in order to avoid inadvertently outing someone. See (Campbell and Cowan, 2016)

URI: http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/cwrc#Sexuality
Tag: cwrc:Sexuality
owl:sameAs: http://homosaurus.org/terms/sexualIdentity
rdf:type: owl:Class skos:ConceptScheme
rdfs:subClassOf: cwrc:CulturalForm
Within Domain: cwrc:sexualityOf cwrc:sexualityReportedOf cwrc:sexualitySelfReportedOf
Within Range: cwrc:hasSexuality cwrc:hasSexualityReported cwrc:hasSexualitySelfReported
Instances:

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sexuality context

Sexuality Context is a significant subclass of cultural form context. Annotations typed as Sexuality Context provide information about and discussions of a person's subjectivity with regards to their sexuality and sexual identity. Sexuality Context provides depth to more granular categorizations of a person through the sexuality or sexuality self-reported properties. It does not provide context for individual sexual experiences and relationships (for which see intimate relationships context), although specific relationships may be invoked to indicate the impact on a subject's life and understanding of their own sexuality. Contextualizations allow recognition of the complicated politics of sexuality, for example, considerations regarding outing, the historical specificity of some categories such as "congenital invert," the appropriation of derogatory terms, and the multiplicity of constructions. There are important politics of privacy with respect to the disclosure of a subject's sexuality, sexual orientation, and sexual identity. As far as living persons are concerned, recommended practice is to draw only on widely circulated public sources or disclosures from the subject her/himself in order to avoid inadvertently outing someone. See (Campbell and Cowan, 2016)

URI: http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/cwrc#SexualityContext
Tag: cwrc:SexualityContext
dcterms:subject: cwrc:Gender cwrc:Sexuality
rdf:type: owl:Class skos:Concept
rdfs:subClassOf: cwrc:CulturalFormContext

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single-sex school

"Single-sex education, also known as single-gender education, is the practice of conducting education where male and female students attend separate classes or in separate buildings or schools. The practice was common before the twentieth century, particularly in secondary education and higher education. Single-sex education in many cultures is advocated on the basis of tradition as well as religion, and is practiced in many parts of the world. Recently, there has been a surge of interest and establishment of single-sex schools due to educational research. Single sex education is practiced in many Muslim majority countries; while in the West it is most popular in Belgium, Chile, Singapore, the United Kingdom, Hong Kong, Israel, New Zealand, Australia, South Korea. Motivations for such education range from religious ideas of sex segregation to beliefs that the sexes learn and behave differently, and, as such, they thrive in a single sex environment. In the 19th century, in Western countries, single sex girls' finishing schools, and women's colleges offered women a chance to education at a time when they were denied access to mainstream educational institutions. The former were especially common in Switzerland, the latter in the US and the UK, which were pioneers in women's education." (DBpedia, 2018)

Comment: The description for this term is indebted to DBpedia.

URI: http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/cwrc#SingleSexSchool
Tag: cwrc:SingleSexSchool
prov:wasDerivedFrom: dbpedia:Single-sex_education
rdf:type: owl:Class
rdfs:subClassOf: cwrc:EducationalOrganization

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social class

A subclass of cultural form, socialClass terms associate subjects with a specific social group, recognizing that such categories and their application to individuals are contested and can change over time. The association may be or have been embraced by the subject her/himself or attributed by others. Unlike Notes typed as social class context, which contain detailed discussion of a subject's class position, socialClass links to a word or phrase signifying a particular construction of class, with particular reference to earlier historical periods in the British Isles. Social class has been variously constructed and theorized, sometimes overlaps with occupation, and for women is further complicated by the fact that women were understood to take their social status from fathers and/or husbands. The terminology used here reflects quite basic social groupings that intersect with other factors such as wealth.

URI: http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/cwrc#SocialClass
Tag: cwrc:SocialClass
rdf:type: owl:Class skos:ConceptScheme
rdfs:subClassOf: cwrc:CulturalForm
Within Domain: cwrc:socialClassOf cwrc:socialClassReportedOf cwrc:socialClassSelfReportedOf
Within Range: cwrc:hasSocialClass cwrc:hasSocialClassReported cwrc:hasSocialClassSelfReported
Instances:

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social class context

Social Class Context is a significant subclass of context. Annotations typed as Social Class Context provide information about and discussions of a person's cultural formation in relation to social class identities and sometimes other intersecting Cultural Forms. Social Class Context provides depth to more granular indications of social class through the Social Class property(Orlando, 2006).

URI: http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/cwrc#SocialClassContext
Tag: cwrc:SocialClassContext
dcterms:subject: cwrc:SocialClass
rdf:type: owl:Class skos:Concept
rdfs:subClassOf: cwrc:CulturalFormContext

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social climate

Events, including indications of larger trends, with social implications, such as shifts in technology, science, medicine, law, or education, domestic conditions such as housing, clothes, or food and food supply, or the changing positions and civic involvements of marginalized groups.

URI: http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/cwrc#SocialClimate
Tag: cwrc:SocialClimate
rdf:type: owl:Class skos:Concept
rdfs:subClassOf: sem:EventType

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spatial context

A significant subclass of context. Annotations typed as spatial context provide information about and discussions of aspects of a person's connections to geospatial locations. Spatial information is also associated in a range of ways with other properties and events such as a person's geographic heritage, a place of publication, or the setting of literary texts.

URI: http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/cwrc#SpatialContext
Tag: cwrc:SpatialContext
rdf:type: owl:Class skos:Concept
rdfs:subClassOf: cwrc:BiographyContext

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state school

"State schools (also known as public schools outside of England and Wales) generally refer to primary or secondary schools mandated for or offered to all children without charge, funded in whole or in part by taxation. The term may also refer to public institutions of post-secondary education." (DBpedia, 2018)

Comment: The description for this term is indebted to DBpedia.

URI: http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/cwrc#StateSchool
Tag: cwrc:StateSchool
prov:wasDerivedFrom: dbpedia:State_school
rdf:type: owl:Class
rdfs:subClassOf: cwrc:EducationalOrganization

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studentship

A Studentship is a type of academic scholarship.

URI: http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/cwrc#Studentship
Tag: cwrc:Studentship
prov:wasDerivedFrom: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Studentship
rdf:type: owl:Class
rdfs:subClassOf: cwrc:EducationalAward

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styled name

A courtesy title associated with the British or other peerage.

URI: http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/cwrc#StyledName
Tag: cwrc:StyledName
rdf:type: owl:Class
rdfs:subClassOf: cwrc:RoleName

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surname

A subject's last name at birth, often a family (inherited) name, as opposed to a forename or nickname." This term is derived from the Text Encoding Initiative P5 schema 'surname' element. See also TEI element surname .

URI: http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/cwrc#Surname
Tag: cwrc:Surname
owl:equivalentClass: http://metadataregistry.org/concept/show/id/8581.html
rdf:type: owl:Class
rdfs:subClassOf: cwrc:NameType

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system name

A name by which a person holds an account for a platform or service.

URI: http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/cwrc#SystemName
Tag: cwrc:SystemName
rdf:type: owl:Class
rdfs:subClassOf: cwrc:PersonalName foaf:accountName

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textual label

Collection of ambiguous or overloaded labels associated with contested concepts.

URI: http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/cwrc#TextLabels
Tag: cwrc:TextLabels
rdf:type: owl:Class skos:ConceptScheme
skos:related: skosxl:Label
Within Domain: cwrc:represents
Within Range: cwrc:representedBy
Instances:

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titled name

A formal title in the British and other peerages, including of a life peer. Peeresses may be described as titled, although in strict terms, unless one holds a title "in her own right", these are styled names or courtesy titles.

URI: http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/cwrc#TitledName
Tag: cwrc:TitledName
rdf:type: owl:Class
rdfs:subClassOf: cwrc:RoleName

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trade school

"A vocational school, sometimes called a trade school or vocational college, is a post-secondary educational institution designed to provide vocational education, or technical skills required to perform the tasks of a particular and specific job. Vocational schools are traditionally distinguished from four-year colleges by their focus on job-specific training to students who are typically bound for one of the skilled trades, rather than providing academic training for students pursuing careers in a professional discipline. While many schools have largely adhered to this convention, the purely vocational focus of other trade schools began to shift in the 1990s "toward a broader preparation that develops the academic" as well as technical skills of their students." (DBpedia, 2018)

Comment: The description for this term is indebted to DBpedia.

URI: http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/cwrc#TradeSchool
Tag: cwrc:TradeSchool
prov:wasDerivedFrom: dbpedia:Secondary_education_in_France dbpedia:Vocational_school
rdf:type: owl:Class
rdfs:subClassOf: cwrc:EducationalOrganization

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violence context

A significant subclass of context. Annotations typed as Violence Context provide information about and discussions of instances of physical, sexual, and undue emotional abuse, whether the person was subject to the violence or perpetrated it. Broadly conceived to include the effect of exposure to violence of which the person was neither perpetrator nor survivor.

URI: http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/cwrc#ViolenceContext
Tag: cwrc:ViolenceContext
rdf:type: owl:Class skos:Concept
rdfs:subClassOf: cwrc:BiographyContext

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wealth context

A significant subclass of context. Annotations typed as Wealth Context provide information about and discussions of a person's economic standing, including inheritance, property ownership, pensions, and personal financial disasters. See also the occupation context and cultural form context, particularly for social class context.

URI: http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/cwrc#WealthContext
Tag: cwrc:WealthContext
rdf:type: owl:Class skos:Concept
rdfs:subClassOf: cwrc:BiographyContext

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women's health context

A subclass of health context. Annotations typed as women 's health context describe an aspect of a person's health related to being a woman. Often closely connected to or overlapping with reproductive history. See Women's health - Wikipedia.

URI: http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/cwrc#WomensHealthContext
Tag: cwrc:WomensHealthContext
rdf:type: owl:Class skos:Concept
rdfs:subClassOf: cwrc:HealthContext

owl:ObjectProperty (247)

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affected entity

Affected entities link to the Object or Class that was modified within a change set, this can be any rdf:resource. A change set may have 0 to many affected entities.

URI: http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/cwrc#affectedEntity
Tag: cwrc:affectedEntity
rdf:type: owl:ObjectProperty
rdfs:domain: cwrc:ChangeSet

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altered by

Links a natural person to a change set entry.

URI: http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/cwrc#alteredBy
Tag: cwrc:alteredBy
rdf:type: owl:ObjectProperty
rdfs:domain: cwrc:ChangeSet
rdfs:range: cwrc:NaturalPerson
*owl:inverseOf: cwrc:madeAlteration

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ancestor of
URI: http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/cwrc#ancestorOf
Tag: cwrc:ancestorOf
owl:inverseOf: cwrc:hasAncestor
rdf:type: owl:ObjectProperty
rdfs:domain: foaf:Person
rdfs:range: foaf:Person
rdfs:subPropertyOf: cwrc:relativeOf

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attends

Indicates attending or having attended for education either a particular school or a particular type of schooling.

URI: http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/cwrc#attends
Tag: cwrc:attends
owl:inverseOf: cwrc:hasStudent
rdf:type: owl:ObjectProperty
rdfs:domain: foaf:Person
rdfs:range: cwrc:School
Children Properties: cwrc:attendsPostSecondarySchool cwrc:attendsPrimarySchool cwrc:attendsSecondarySchool

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attends post-secondary school

Indicates attending or having attended for education a post-secondary school.

URI: http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/cwrc#attendsPostSecondarySchool
Tag: cwrc:attendsPostSecondarySchool
rdf:type: owl:ObjectProperty
rdfs:subPropertyOf: cwrc:attends

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attends primary school

Indicates attending or having attended for education a primary school.

URI: http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/cwrc#attendsPrimarySchool
Tag: cwrc:attendsPrimarySchool
rdf:type: owl:ObjectProperty
rdfs:subPropertyOf: cwrc:attends

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attends secondary school

Indicates attending or having attended for education a secondary school.

URI: http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/cwrc#attendsSecondarySchool
Tag: cwrc:attendsSecondarySchool
rdf:type: owl:ObjectProperty
rdfs:subPropertyOf: cwrc:attends

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aunt of
URI: http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/cwrc#auntOf
Tag: cwrc:auntOf
owl:inverseOf: cwrc:hasAunt
rdf:type: owl:ObjectProperty
rdfs:domain: foaf:Person
rdfs:range: foaf:Person
rdfs:subPropertyOf: cwrc:relativeOf
skos:broader: schema:relatedTo

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awarded to
URI: http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/cwrc#awardedTo
Tag: cwrc:awardedTo
rdf:type: owl:ObjectProperty
*owl:inverseOf: cwrc:hasAward

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birth date of
URI: http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/cwrc#birthDateOf
Tag: cwrc:birthDateOf
owl:inverseOf: cwrc:hasBirthDate
rdf:type: owl:ObjectProperty
rdfs:range: foaf:Person

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birth place of
URI: http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/cwrc#birthPlaceOf
Tag: cwrc:birthPlaceOf
owl:inverseOf: cwrc:hasBirthPlace
rdf:type: owl:ObjectProperty
rdfs:range: foaf:Person

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brother of
URI: http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/cwrc#brotherOf
Tag: cwrc:brotherOf
owl:inverseOf: cwrc:hasBrother
rdf:type: owl:ObjectProperty
rdfs:domain: foaf:Person
rdfs:range: foaf:Person
rdfs:subPropertyOf: cwrc:siblingOf
skos:broader: schema:sibling
Children Properties: cwrc:halfBrotherOf cwrc:stepBrotherOf

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burial place of
URI: http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/cwrc#burialPlaceOf
Tag: cwrc:burialPlaceOf
owl:inverseOf: cwrc:hasBurialPlace
rdf:type: owl:ObjectProperty
rdfs:range: foaf:Person

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certainty of

Links a level of certainty to a source

URI: http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/cwrc#certaintyOf
Tag: cwrc:certaintyOf
owl:inverseOf: cwrc:hasCertainty
rdf:type: owl:InverseFunctionalProperty owl:ObjectProperty
rdfs:domain: cwrc:Certainty
Children Properties: cwrc:timeCertaintyOf

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child of
URI: http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/cwrc#childOf
Tag: cwrc:childOf
owl:inverseOf: cwrc:hasChild
rdf:type: owl:ObjectProperty
rdfs:domain: foaf:Person
rdfs:range: foaf:Person
rdfs:subPropertyOf: cwrc:relativeOf
*owl:sameAs: cwrc:hasParent
Children Properties: cwrc:daughterOf cwrc:sonOf cwrc:stepChildOf

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contrary to
URI: http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/cwrc#contraryTo
Tag: cwrc:contraryTo
rdf:type: owl:ObjectProperty owl:SymmetricProperty

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cousin of
URI: http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/cwrc#cousinOf
Tag: cwrc:cousinOf
owl:inverseOf: cwrc:hasCousin
rdf:type: owl:ObjectProperty
rdfs:domain: foaf:Person
rdfs:range: foaf:Person
rdfs:subPropertyOf: cwrc:relativeOf
skos:broader: schema:relatedTo
*owl:sameAs: cwrc:hasCousin

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credential held by
URI: http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/cwrc#credentialHeldBy
Tag: cwrc:credentialHeldBy
owl:inverseOf: cwrc:hasCredentialIn
rdf:type: owl:ObjectProperty
rdfs:domain: cwrc:Credential
rdfs:range: foaf:Person

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credential subject of
URI: http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/cwrc#credentialSubjectOf
Tag: cwrc:credentialSubjectOf
owl:inverseOf: cwrc:hasCredentialSubject
rdf:type: owl:ObjectProperty
rdfs:domain: cwrc:EducationalSubject
rdfs:range: foaf:Person

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cultural form of

This is the inverse of has a cultural form.

URI: http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/cwrc#culturalFormOf
Tag: cwrc:culturalFormOf
owl:inverseOf: cwrc:hasCulturalForm
rdf:type: owl:ObjectProperty

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daughter of
URI: http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/cwrc#daughterOf
Tag: cwrc:daughterOf
owl:inverseOf: cwrc:hasDaughter
rdf:type: owl:ObjectProperty
rdfs:domain: foaf:Person
rdfs:range: foaf:Person
rdfs:subPropertyOf: cwrc:childOf
skos:broader: schema:parent

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death date of
URI: http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/cwrc#deathDateOf
Tag: cwrc:deathDateOf
owl:inverseOf: cwrc:hasDeathDate
rdf:type: owl:ObjectProperty
rdfs:range: foaf:Person
*owl:inverseOf: cwrc:hasDeathDate

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death place of
URI: http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/cwrc#deathPlaceOf
Tag: cwrc:deathPlaceOf
owl:inverseOf: cwrc:hasDeathPlace
rdf:type: owl:ObjectProperty
rdfs:range: foaf:Person

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domain includes

Specifies a particular class type that is acceptable to use for a relation's domain

URI: http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/cwrc#domainIncludes
Tag: cwrc:domainIncludes
rdf:type: owl:ObjectProperty
rdfs:domain: owl:Thing
rdfs:range: owl:Thing

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ethnic identity of
URI: http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/cwrc#ethnicityOf
Tag: cwrc:ethnicityOf
rdf:type: owl:ObjectProperty
rdfs:domain: cwrc:Ethnicity
rdfs:range: foaf:Person
*owl:inverseOf: cwrc:hasEthnicity
Children Properties: cwrc:ethnicityReportedOf cwrc:ethnicitySelfReportedOf

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ethnic identity (reported) of
URI: http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/cwrc#ethnicityReportedOf
Tag: cwrc:ethnicityReportedOf
rdf:type: owl:ObjectProperty
rdfs:domain: cwrc:Ethnicity
rdfs:range: foaf:Person
rdfs:subPropertyOf: cwrc:ethnicityOf
*owl:inverseOf: cwrc:hasEthnicityReported

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ethnic identity (self-reported) of
URI: http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/cwrc#ethnicitySelfReportedOf
Tag: cwrc:ethnicitySelfReportedOf
rdf:type: owl:ObjectProperty
rdfs:domain: cwrc:Ethnicity
rdfs:range: foaf:Person
rdfs:subPropertyOf: cwrc:ethnicityOf
*owl:inverseOf: cwrc:hasEthnicitySelfReported

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event of

Associates an event with a subject or an event with another event.

URI: http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/cwrc#eventOf
Tag: cwrc:eventOf
owl:inverseOf: cwrc:hasEvent
rdf:type: owl:ObjectProperty
rdfs:domain: sem:Event
rdfs:range: owl:Thing

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family-based occupation of
URI: http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/cwrc#familyBasedOccupationOf
Tag: cwrc:familyBasedOccupationOf
rdf:type: owl:ObjectProperty
rdfs:domain: cwrc:Occupation
rdfs:range: foaf:Person
rdfs:subPropertyOf: cwrc:occupationOf
*owl:inverseOf: cwrc:hasFamilyBasedOccupation

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father of
URI: http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/cwrc#fatherOf
Tag: cwrc:fatherOf
owl:inverseOf: cwrc:hasFather
rdf:type: owl:ObjectProperty
rdfs:subPropertyOf: cwrc:parentOf
skos:broader: https://schema.org/children

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gender identity of
URI: http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/cwrc#genderOf
Tag: cwrc:genderOf
rdf:type: owl:ObjectProperty
rdfs:domain: cwrc:Gender
rdfs:range: foaf:Person
*owl:inverseOf: cwrc:hasGender
Children Properties: cwrc:genderReportedOf cwrc:genderSelfReportedOf

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gender identity (reported) of
URI: http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/cwrc#genderReportedOf
Tag: cwrc:genderReportedOf
rdf:type: owl:ObjectProperty
rdfs:domain: cwrc:Gender
rdfs:range: foaf:Person
rdfs:subPropertyOf: cwrc:genderOf
*owl:inverseOf: cwrc:hasGenderReported

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gender identity (self-reported) of
URI: http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/cwrc#genderSelfReportedOf
Tag: cwrc:genderSelfReportedOf
rdf:type: owl:ObjectProperty
rdfs:domain: cwrc:Gender
rdfs:range: foaf:Person
rdfs:subPropertyOf: cwrc:genderOf
*owl:inverseOf: cwrc:hasGenderSelfReported

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geographic heritage of
URI: http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/cwrc#geographicHeritageOf
Tag: cwrc:geographicHeritageOf
rdf:type: owl:ObjectProperty
rdfs:domain: cwrc:GeographicHeritage
rdfs:range: foaf:Person
*owl:inverseOf: cwrc:hasGeographicHeritage
Children Properties: cwrc:geographicHeritageReportedOf cwrc:geographicHeritageSelfReportedOf

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geographic heritage (reported) of
URI: http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/cwrc#geographicHeritageReportedOf
Tag: cwrc:geographicHeritageReportedOf
rdf:type: owl:ObjectProperty
rdfs:domain: cwrc:GeographicHeritage
rdfs:range: foaf:Person
rdfs:subPropertyOf: cwrc:geographicHeritageOf
*owl:inverseOf: cwrc:hasGeographicHeritageReported

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geographic heritage (self-reported) of
URI: http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/cwrc#geographicHeritageSelfReportedOf
Tag: cwrc:geographicHeritageSelfReportedOf
rdf:type: owl:ObjectProperty
rdfs:domain: cwrc:GeographicHeritage
rdfs:range: foaf:Person
rdfs:subPropertyOf: cwrc:geographicHeritageOf
*owl:inverseOf: cwrc:hasGeographicHeritageSelfReported

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grandchild of
URI: http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/cwrc#grandChildOf
Tag: cwrc:grandChildOf
owl:inverseOf: cwrc:hasGrandChild
rdf:type: owl:ObjectProperty
rdfs:domain: foaf:Person
rdfs:range: foaf:Person
rdfs:subPropertyOf: cwrc:relativeOf
*owl:sameAs: cwrc:hasGrandParent
Children Properties: cwrc:grandDaughterOf cwrc:grandSonOf

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granddaughter of
URI: http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/cwrc#grandDaughterOf
Tag: cwrc:grandDaughterOf
owl:inverseOf: cwrc:hasGrandDaughter
rdf:type: owl:ObjectProperty
rdfs:domain: foaf:Person
rdfs:range: foaf:Person
rdfs:subPropertyOf: cwrc:grandChildOf

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grandfather of
URI: http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/cwrc#grandFatherOf
Tag: cwrc:grandFatherOf
owl:inverseOf: cwrc:hasGrandFather
rdf:type: owl:ObjectProperty
rdfs:domain: foaf:Person
rdfs:range: foaf:Person
rdfs:subPropertyOf: cwrc:grandParentOf

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grandmother of
URI: http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/cwrc#grandMotherOf
Tag: cwrc:grandMotherOf
owl:inverseOf: cwrc:hasGrandMother
rdf:type: owl:ObjectProperty
rdfs:domain: foaf:Person
rdfs:range: foaf:Person
rdfs:subPropertyOf: cwrc:grandParentOf

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grandparent of
URI: http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/cwrc#grandParentOf
Tag: cwrc:grandParentOf
owl:inverseOf: cwrc:hasGrandParent
owl:sameAs: cwrc:hasGrandChild
rdf:type: owl:ObjectProperty
rdfs:domain: foaf:Person
rdfs:range: foaf:Person
rdfs:subPropertyOf: cwrc:relativeOf
Children Properties: cwrc:grandFatherOf cwrc:grandMotherOf

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grandson of
URI: http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/cwrc#grandSonOf
Tag: cwrc:grandSonOf
owl:inverseOf: cwrc:hasGrandSon
rdf:type: owl:ObjectProperty
rdfs:domain: foaf:Person
rdfs:range: foaf:Person
rdfs:subPropertyOf: cwrc:grandChildOf

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guardian of
URI: http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/cwrc#guardianOf
Tag: cwrc:guardianOf
owl:inverseOf: cwrc:hasGuardian
rdf:type: owl:ObjectProperty
rdfs:subPropertyOf: cwrc:hasInterpersonalRelationshipWith

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half-brother of
URI: http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/cwrc#halfBrotherOf
Tag: cwrc:halfBrotherOf
owl:inverseOf: cwrc:hasHalfBrother
rdf:type: owl:ObjectProperty
rdfs:domain: foaf:Person
rdfs:range: foaf:Person
rdfs:subPropertyOf: cwrc:brotherOf
skos:broader: schema:sibling
skos:note: Comment: This term is a CWRC-specific addition not in the original Orlando tag set.

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half-sister of
URI: http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/cwrc#halfSisterOf
Tag: cwrc:halfSisterOf
owl:inverseOf: cwrc:hasHalfSister
rdf:type: owl:ObjectProperty
rdfs:domain: foaf:Person
rdfs:range: foaf:Person
rdfs:subPropertyOf: cwrc:sisterOf
skos:broader: schema:sibling
skos:note: Comment: This term is a CWRC-specific addition not in the original Orlando tag set.

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has activist involvement from
URI: http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/cwrc#hasActivistInvolvementFrom
Tag: cwrc:hasActivistInvolvementFrom
cwrc:domainIncludes: cwrc:PoliticalAffiliation cwrc:PoliticalOrganization
rdf:type: owl:ObjectProperty
rdfs:range: foaf:Person
rdfs:subPropertyOf: cwrc:hasPoliticalMembershipFrom
*owl:inverseOf: cwrc:hasActivistInvolvementIn

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has activist involvement in

Indicates the highest level of political involvement in a particular cause. It indicates such activities as suffragists chaining themselves to railings or women camping out at Greenham Common, as well as very active leadership roles in a political organization. Thus Josephine Butler, founder of the Ladies' National Association Against the Contagious Diseases Acts, qualifies as activist for having founded the organization, directed its activities, and for speaking publicly at meetings at considerable personal risk.

URI: http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/cwrc#hasActivistInvolvementIn
Tag: cwrc:hasActivistInvolvementIn
cwrc:rangeIncludes: cwrc:PoliticalAffiliation cwrc:PoliticalOrganization
owl:inverseOf: cwrc:hasActivistInvolvementFrom
rdf:type: owl:ObjectProperty
rdfs:domain: foaf:Person
rdfs:subPropertyOf: cwrc:hasPoliticalMembershipIn

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has ancestor

Relates a person to an ancestor or forebear, usually at a remove of two generations or more.

[skos:altLabel: forebear ]

URI: http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/cwrc#hasAncestor
Tag: cwrc:hasAncestor
rdf:type: owl:ObjectProperty
rdfs:domain: foaf:Person
rdfs:range: foaf:Person
rdfs:subPropertyOf: cwrc:hasRelative
*owl:inverseOf: cwrc:ancestorOf

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has aunt

Relates a person to the sister of their father or mother, but can also refer to any maternal relationship and need not be restricted to a consanguineal relation.

URI: http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/cwrc#hasAunt
Tag: cwrc:hasAunt
prov:wasDerivedFrom: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Aunt
rdf:type: owl:ObjectProperty
rdfs:domain: foaf:Person
rdfs:range: foaf:Person
rdfs:subPropertyOf: cwrc:hasRelative
skos:broader: schema:relatedTo
*owl:inverseOf: cwrc:auntOf

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has award

Indicates an award, prize, or recognition that a person has won, such as a literary award or an educational award prize.

URI: http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/cwrc#hasAward
Tag: cwrc:hasAward
owl:inverseOf: cwrc:awardedTo
rdf:type: owl:ObjectProperty

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has birth date

Indicates the date of which a person was born.

URI: http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/cwrc#hasBirthDate
Tag: cwrc:hasBirthDate
rdf:type: owl:ObjectProperty
rdfs:domain: foaf:Person
*owl:inverseOf: cwrc:birthDateOf

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has birth place

Indicates where a person was born.

URI: http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/cwrc#hasBirthPlace
Tag: cwrc:hasBirthPlace
rdf:type: owl:ObjectProperty
rdfs:domain: foaf:Person
*owl:inverseOf: cwrc:birthPlaceOf

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has birth position

Indicates a person's birth position relative to their siblings, with accompanying context provided by birth context annotations.

URI: http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/cwrc#hasBirthPosition
Tag: cwrc:hasBirthPosition
rdf:type: owl:ObjectProperty
rdfs:domain: foaf:Person
rdfs:range: cwrc:BirthPosition

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has brother

Relates a person to a male-identified sibling. Although the term typically refers to consanguineal relationships, it is often used to describe relationships beyond "blood ties."

URI: http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/cwrc#hasBrother
Tag: cwrc:hasBrother
prov:wasDerivedFrom: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Brother
rdf:type: owl:ObjectProperty
rdfs:domain: foaf:Person
rdfs:range: foaf:Person
rdfs:subPropertyOf: cwrc:hasSibling
skos:broader: schema:sibling
*owl:inverseOf: cwrc:brotherOf
Children Properties: cwrc:hasHalfBrother cwrc:hasStepBrother

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has burial place

Indicates where a person was buried after death.

URI: http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/cwrc#hasBurialPlace
Tag: cwrc:hasBurialPlace
rdf:type: owl:ObjectProperty
rdfs:domain: foaf:Person
*owl:inverseOf: cwrc:burialPlaceOf

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has cause of death

Describes a person's death.

URI: http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/cwrc#hasCauseOfDeath
Tag: cwrc:hasCauseOfDeath
rdf:type: owl:ObjectProperty
rdfs:domain: foaf:Person

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has certainty

Associates a level of certainty for a source

URI: http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/cwrc#hasCertainty
Tag: cwrc:hasCertainty
rdf:type: owl:FunctionalProperty owl:ObjectProperty
rdfs:range: cwrc:Certainty
*owl:inverseOf: cwrc:certaintyOf
Children Properties: cwrc:hasTimeCertainty

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has child

Relates a person to a child, consanguineal or otherwise.

URI: http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/cwrc#hasChild
Tag: cwrc:hasChild
rdf:type: owl:ObjectProperty
rdfs:domain: foaf:Person
rdfs:range: foaf:Person
rdfs:subPropertyOf: cwrc:hasRelative
*owl:inverseOf: cwrc:childOf
*owl:sameAs: cwrc:parentOf
Children Properties: cwrc:hasDaughter cwrc:hasSon cwrc:hasStepChild

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has children

Indicates the number of the subject's children. Values range from zero upwards, and modes of counting vary according to context because families and reproduction are complex matters. Children need not necessarily be biologically related to the subject: they may be adopted or otherwise considered a person's child. See related property has reproductive history.

URI: http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/cwrc#hasChildren
Tag: cwrc:hasChildren
rdf:type: owl:ObjectProperty
rdfs:domain: foaf:Person
rdfs:range: xsd:nonNegativeInteger
rdfs:subPropertyOf: cwrc:hasRelative
skos:related: cwrc:hasReproductiveHistory

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has cohabitant

Describes a relationship of cohabitation which may or may not be an intimate or erotic relationship, since historical evidence with respect to the nature of such relationships is often lacking.

URI: http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/cwrc#hasCohabitant
Tag: cwrc:hasCohabitant
rdf:type: owl:ObjectProperty owl:SymmetricProperty
rdfs:domain: foaf:Person
rdfs:range: foaf:Person
rdfs:subPropertyOf: cwrc:hasInterpersonalRelationshipWith

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has companion

Describes a relationship with a person, usually a peer, in the context of the subject's education.

URI: http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/cwrc#hasCompanion
Tag: cwrc:hasCompanion
rdf:type: owl:ObjectProperty
rdfs:domain: foaf:Person
rdfs:range: foaf:Person

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has nonconformant behaviour

Describes behaviour, which is perceived as negative, in the context of the subject's education. Often indicative of struggle against systemic discrimination, including within the structures of educational institutions.

URI: http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/cwrc#hasContestedBehaviour
Tag: cwrc:hasContestedBehaviour
rdf:type: owl:ObjectProperty
rdfs:domain: foaf:Person

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has cousin

Relates a person to the child of their aunt or uncle; a person belonging to the same extended family, consanguineal or otherwise.

URI: http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/cwrc#hasCousin
Tag: cwrc:hasCousin
owl:sameAs: cwrc:cousinOf
prov:wasDerivedFrom: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nephew_and_niece
rdf:type: owl:ObjectProperty
rdfs:domain: foaf:Person
rdfs:range: foaf:Person
rdfs:subPropertyOf: cwrc:hasRelative
skos:broader: schema:relatedTo
*owl:inverseOf: cwrc:cousinOf

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has credential in

Indicates an educational credential awarded to a person.

URI: http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/cwrc#hasCredentialIn
Tag: cwrc:hasCredentialIn
rdf:type: owl:ObjectProperty
rdfs:domain: foaf:Person
rdfs:range: cwrc:Credential
*owl:inverseOf: cwrc:credentialHeldBy

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has credential subject

Indicates a subject in which a person has pursued or received a degree.

URI: http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/cwrc#hasCredentialSubject
Tag: cwrc:hasCredentialSubject
rdf:type: owl:ObjectProperty
rdfs:domain: foaf:Person
rdfs:range: cwrc:EducationalSubject
*owl:inverseOf: cwrc:credentialSubjectOf

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has a cultural form

This associates specific concepts and categories with the process of identity formation through cultural processes. Such associations may be or have been embraced by the subject her/himself or attributed by others. The concepts and categories classed as a cultural form are understood to overlap with each other conceptually and in terms of the labels used.

URI: http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/cwrc#hasCulturalForm
Tag: cwrc:hasCulturalForm
rdf:type: owl:ObjectProperty
*owl:inverseOf: cwrc:culturalFormOf

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has daughter

Relates a person to a female-identified child, consanguineal or otherwise.

URI: http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/cwrc#hasDaughter
Tag: cwrc:hasDaughter
prov:wasDerivedFrom: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Daughter
rdf:type: owl:ObjectProperty
rdfs:domain: foaf:Person
rdfs:range: foaf:Person
rdfs:subPropertyOf: cwrc:hasChild
skos:broader: schema:children
*owl:inverseOf: cwrc:daughterOf

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has death date

Indicates the date of which a person has died.

URI: http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/cwrc#hasDeathDate
Tag: cwrc:hasDeathDate
owl:inverseOf: cwrc:deathDateOf
rdf:type: owl:ObjectProperty
rdfs:domain: foaf:Person
*owl:inverseOf: cwrc:deathDateOf

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has death place

Indicates where a person has died.

URI: http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/cwrc#hasDeathPlace
Tag: cwrc:hasDeathPlace
rdf:type: owl:ObjectProperty
rdfs:domain: foaf:Person
*owl:inverseOf: cwrc:deathPlaceOf

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has education

Links a person to information about their education in education context.

URI: http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/cwrc#hasEducation
Tag: cwrc:hasEducation
rdf:type: owl:ObjectProperty
rdfs:domain: cwrc:NaturalPerson
rdfs:range: cwrc:EducationContext

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has emigrant
URI: http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/cwrc#hasEmigrant
Tag: cwrc:hasEmigrant
rdf:type: owl:ObjectProperty
rdfs:range: foaf:Person
rdfs:subPropertyOf: cwrc:hasInhabitant
*owl:inverseOf: cwrc:migratesFrom

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has employee
URI: http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/cwrc#hasEmployee
Tag: cwrc:hasEmployee
cwrc:domainIncludes: org:FormalOrganization foaf:Person
cwrc:rangeIncludes: org:FormalOrganization foaf:Person
rdf:type: owl:ObjectProperty
*owl:inverseOf: cwrc:hasEmployer

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has employer

Indicates a person's employer.

URI: http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/cwrc#hasEmployer
Tag: cwrc:hasEmployer
cwrc:domainIncludes: org:FormalOrganization foaf:Person
cwrc:rangeIncludes: org:FormalOrganization foaf:Person
owl:inverseOf: cwrc:hasEmployee
rdf:type: owl:ObjectProperty
skos:related: cwrc:hasOccupation

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has erotic relationship with

Describes intimate relationships that are erotic and/or explicitly sexual. Erotic in this context sometimes suggests that sexuality was an issue in the relationship, whether or not it was acted upon. In not wishing to assume that heterosexual relations between sexual partners are the only standard for intimate relationships, we include both erotic and non-erotic relations as central to a subject’s life and use has erotic relationship with to distinguish between the two. See has interpersonal relationship with, has erotic relationship with, has intimate relationship with, has possibly erotic relationship with.

URI: http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/cwrc#hasEroticRelationshipWith
Tag: cwrc:hasEroticRelationshipWith
rdf:type: owl:ObjectProperty owl:SymmetricProperty
rdfs:domain: foaf:Person
rdfs:range: foaf:Person
rdfs:subPropertyOf: cwrc:hasIntimateRelationshipWith

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has ethnic identity

Indicates a person's ethnic identity, which may be self-reported or reported by another, with accompanying context, where present, provided by race or ethnicity context annotations. As with other cultural forms, an individual may have more than one property or descriptor of this type. For further information about this property, see ethnicity.

URI: http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/cwrc#hasEthnicity
Tag: cwrc:hasEthnicity
owl:inverseOf: cwrc:ethnicityOf
rdf:type: owl:ObjectProperty
rdfs:domain: foaf:Person
rdfs:range: cwrc:Ethnicity
Children Properties: cwrc:hasEthnicityReported cwrc:hasEthnicitySelfReported

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has ethnic identity (reported)

Indicates a person's reported ethnic identity, with accompanying context, where present, provided by race or ethnicity context annotations. For more information on this property, see ethnicity.

URI: http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/cwrc#hasEthnicityReported
Tag: cwrc:hasEthnicityReported
owl:inverseOf: cwrc:ethnicityReportedOf
rdf:type: owl:ObjectProperty
rdfs:domain: foaf:Person
rdfs:range: cwrc:Ethnicity
rdfs:subPropertyOf: cwrc:hasEthnicity

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has ethnic identity (self-reported)

Indicates a person's self-reported ethnic identity, with accompanying context, where present, provided by race or ethnicity context annotations. For more information on this property, see ethnicity.

URI: http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/cwrc#hasEthnicitySelfReported
Tag: cwrc:hasEthnicitySelfReported
owl:inverseOf: cwrc:ethnicitySelfReportedOf
rdf:type: owl:ObjectProperty
rdfs:domain: foaf:Person
rdfs:range: cwrc:Ethnicity
rdfs:subPropertyOf: cwrc:hasEthnicity

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has event

Associates a subject with an event

URI: http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/cwrc#hasEvent
Tag: cwrc:hasEvent
rdf:type: owl:ObjectProperty
rdfs:domain: owl:Thing
rdfs:range: sem:Event
*owl:inverseOf: cwrc:eventOf

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has family-based occupation

Indicates a position or activity that was family-directed, typically bread-winning businesses rather than domestic work although the two may overlap.

URI: http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/cwrc#hasFamilyBasedOccupation
Tag: cwrc:hasFamilyBasedOccupation
owl:inverseOf: cwrc:familyBasedOccupationOf
rdf:type: owl:ObjectProperty
rdfs:domain: foaf:Person
rdfs:range: cwrc:Occupation
rdfs:subPropertyOf: cwrc:hasOccupation

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has father

Relates a person to their father, the male-identified parent, consanguineal or otherwise.

URI: http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/cwrc#hasFather
Tag: cwrc:hasFather
prov:wasDerivedFrom: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Father
rdf:type: owl:ObjectProperty
rdfs:domain: foaf:Person
rdfs:range: foaf:Person
rdfs:subPropertyOf: cwrc:hasParent
skos:broader: schema:parent
*owl:inverseOf: cwrc:fatherOf

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has functional relation

Relates terms within the CWRC ontology to external terms that are semantically incommensurate but that may be pragmatically related for processing purposes such as search and retrieval. For example, the gender instance woman relates functionally to appearances:SexISO5218-2 because important datasets employ the ISO5218 value "female". hasFunctionalRelation can be leveraged by search tools to broaden the results returned.

URI: http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/cwrc#hasFunctionalRelation
Tag: cwrc:hasFunctionalRelation
rdf:type: owl:ObjectProperty

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has gender identity

Describes a person's gender identity, which may be self-reported or reported by another, with accompanying context, where present, provided by gender context annotations. As with other cultural forms, an individual may have more than one property or descriptor of this type.

URI: http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/cwrc#hasGender
Tag: cwrc:hasGender
owl:inverseOf: cwrc:genderOf
rdf:type: owl:ObjectProperty
rdfs:domain: foaf:Person
rdfs:range: cwrc:Gender
Children Properties: cwrc:hasGenderReported cwrc:hasGenderSelfReported

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has gender identity (reported)

Indicates a person's reported gender identity, with accompanying context, where present, provided by gender context annotations.

URI: http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/cwrc#hasGenderReported
Tag: cwrc:hasGenderReported
owl:inverseOf: cwrc:genderReportedOf
rdf:type: owl:ObjectProperty
rdfs:domain: foaf:Person
rdfs:range: cwrc:Gender
rdfs:subPropertyOf: cwrc:hasGender

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has gender identity (self-reported)

Describes a person's self-reported gender identity, with accompanying context, where present, provided by gender context annotations.

URI: http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/cwrc#hasGenderSelfReported
Tag: cwrc:hasGenderSelfReported
owl:inverseOf: cwrc:genderSelfReportedOf
rdf:type: owl:ObjectProperty
rdfs:domain: foaf:Person
rdfs:range: cwrc:Gender
rdfs:subPropertyOf: cwrc:hasGender

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has gendered political activity
URI: http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/cwrc#hasGenderedPoliticalActivity
Tag: cwrc:hasGenderedPoliticalActivity
cwrc:rangeIncludes: cwrc:PoliticalAffiliation cwrc:PoliticalOrganization
owl:inverseOf: cwrc:hasGenderedPoliticalActivityFrom
rdf:type: owl:ObjectProperty
rdfs:domain: foaf:Person
rdfs:subPropertyOf: cwrc:hasPoliticalAffiliation

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has gendered political activity from
URI: http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/cwrc#hasGenderedPoliticalActivityFrom
Tag: cwrc:hasGenderedPoliticalActivityFrom
cwrc:domainIncludes: cwrc:PoliticalAffiliation cwrc:PoliticalOrganization
rdf:type: owl:ObjectProperty
rdfs:range: foaf:Person
rdfs:subPropertyOf: cwrc:politicalAffiliationOf
*owl:inverseOf: cwrc:hasGenderedPoliticalActivity

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has geographic heritage

Describes a person's heritage in relation to a place, which may be self-reported or reported by another, with accompanying context, where present, provided by nationality context annotations. Place names and boundaries change over time, and a conception of geographical heritage from one historical period may not be commensurate with those from an earlier or later period, even if they go by the same name. Similarly, a sense of geographical heritage may differ from a sense of identity with a political entity that goes by the same name. As with other cultural forms, an individual may have more than one property or descriptor of this type. For further information about this property, see geographic heritage.

URI: http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/cwrc#hasGeographicHeritage
Tag: cwrc:hasGeographicHeritage
owl:inverseOf: cwrc:geographicHeritageOf
rdf:type: owl:ObjectProperty
rdfs:domain: foaf:Person
rdfs:range: cwrc:GeographicHeritage
Children Properties: cwrc:hasGeographicHeritageReported cwrc:hasGeographicHeritageSelfReported

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has geographic heritage (reported)

Describes a person's reported geographic heritage, with accompanying context, where present, provided by nationality context annotations.

URI: http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/cwrc#hasGeographicHeritageReported
Tag: cwrc:hasGeographicHeritageReported
owl:inverseOf: cwrc:geographicHeritageReportedOf
rdf:type: owl:ObjectProperty
rdfs:domain: foaf:Person
rdfs:range: cwrc:GeographicHeritage
rdfs:subPropertyOf: cwrc:hasGeographicHeritage

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has geographic heritage (self-reported)

Describes a person's self-reported geographic heritage, with accompanying context, where present, provided by nationality context annotations.

URI: http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/cwrc#hasGeographicHeritageSelfReported
Tag: cwrc:hasGeographicHeritageSelfReported
owl:inverseOf: cwrc:geographicHeritageSelfReportedOf
rdf:type: owl:ObjectProperty
rdfs:domain: foaf:Person
rdfs:range: cwrc:GeographicHeritage
rdfs:subPropertyOf: cwrc:hasGeographicHeritage

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has grandchild

Relates a person to a child of a person's child.

URI: http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/cwrc#hasGrandChild
Tag: cwrc:hasGrandChild
prov:wasDerivedFrom: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Family#Roles
rdf:type: owl:ObjectProperty
rdfs:domain: foaf:Person
rdfs:range: foaf:Person
rdfs:subPropertyOf: cwrc:hasRelative
*owl:inverseOf: cwrc:grandChildOf
*owl:sameAs: cwrc:grandParentOf
Children Properties: cwrc:hasGrandDaughter cwrc:hasGrandSon

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has granddaughter

Relates a person to a female-identified child of a person's child.

URI: http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/cwrc#hasGrandDaughter
Tag: cwrc:hasGrandDaughter
prov:wasDerivedFrom: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Family#Roles
rdf:type: owl:ObjectProperty
rdfs:domain: foaf:Person
rdfs:range: foaf:Person
rdfs:subPropertyOf: cwrc:hasGrandChild
*owl:inverseOf: cwrc:grandDaughterOf

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has grandfather

Relates a person to the father of their mother or father.

URI: http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/cwrc#hasGrandFather
Tag: cwrc:hasGrandFather
rdf:type: owl:ObjectProperty
rdfs:domain: foaf:Person
rdfs:range: foaf:Person
rdfs:subPropertyOf: cwrc:hasGrandParent
*owl:inverseOf: cwrc:grandFatherOf

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has grandmother

Relates a person to the mother of their mother or father.

URI: http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/cwrc#hasGrandMother
Tag: cwrc:hasGrandMother
prov:wasDerivedFrom: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Grandparent
rdf:type: owl:ObjectProperty
rdfs:domain: foaf:Person
rdfs:range: foaf:Person
rdfs:subPropertyOf: cwrc:hasGrandParent
*owl:inverseOf: cwrc:grandMotherOf

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has grandparent

Relates a person to the parent of their mother or father.

URI: http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/cwrc#hasGrandParent
Tag: cwrc:hasGrandParent
owl:sameAs: cwrc:grandChildOf
prov:wasDerivedFrom: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Grandparent
rdf:type: owl:ObjectProperty
rdfs:domain: foaf:Person
rdfs:range: foaf:Person
rdfs:subPropertyOf: cwrc:hasRelative
*owl:inverseOf: cwrc:grandParentOf
Children Properties: cwrc:hasGrandFather cwrc:hasGrandMother

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has grandson

Relates a person to a male-identified child of a person's child.

URI: http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/cwrc#hasGrandSon
Tag: cwrc:hasGrandSon
prov:wasDerivedFrom: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Family#Roles
rdf:type: owl:ObjectProperty
rdfs:domain: foaf:Person
rdfs:range: foaf:Person
rdfs:subPropertyOf: cwrc:hasGrandChild
*owl:inverseOf: cwrc:grandSonOf

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has guardian

Relates a person (usually a minor) to another, usually an adult who is charged with their care. This term stretches beyond the legal definition of "guardian" to include a broader social relation between dependant and dependee (e.g.: in loco parentis)

URI: http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/cwrc#hasGuardian
Tag: cwrc:hasGuardian
rdf:type: owl:ObjectProperty
rdfs:domain: foaf:Person
rdfs:range: foaf:Person
rdfs:subPropertyOf: cwrc:hasInterpersonalRelationshipWith
*owl:inverseOf: cwrc:guardianOf

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has half-brother

Relates a male-identified person to the someone with whom they have one parent in common.

URI: http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/cwrc#hasHalfBrother
Tag: cwrc:hasHalfBrother
rdf:type: owl:ObjectProperty
rdfs:domain: foaf:Person
rdfs:range: foaf:Person
rdfs:subPropertyOf: cwrc:hasBrother
skos:broader: schema:sibling
skos:note: Comment: This term is a CWRC-specific addition not in the original Orlando tag set.
*owl:inverseOf: cwrc:halfBrotherOf

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has half-sister

Relates a female-identified person to the someone with whom they have one parent in common.

URI: http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/cwrc#hasHalfSister
Tag: cwrc:hasHalfSister
rdf:type: owl:ObjectProperty
rdfs:domain: foaf:Person
rdfs:range: foaf:Person
rdfs:subPropertyOf: cwrc:hasSister
skos:broader: schema:sibling
skos:note: Comment: This term is a CWRC-specific addition not in the original Orlando tag set.
*owl:inverseOf: cwrc:halfSisterOf

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has husband

Relates a person to a male-identified partner in a marital relationship.

URI: http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/cwrc#hasHusband
Tag: cwrc:hasHusband
rdf:type: owl:ObjectProperty
rdfs:domain: foaf:Person
rdfs:range: foaf:Person
rdfs:subPropertyOf: cwrc:hasPartner
skos:broader: https://schema.org/spouse
*owl:inverseOf: cwrc:husbandOf

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has ID dependency on

Indicates that the subject entity is dependent upon the identifications made in the object entity. For instance, this predicate can be used to link web annotations with bodies containing RDF triples to annotations that identify entities used in those triples.

URI: http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/cwrc#hasIDependencyOn
Tag: cwrc:hasIDependencyOn
rdf:type: owl:ObjectProperty
rdfs:domain: cwrc:Context
rdfs:range: cwrc:Context

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has immigrant
URI: http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/cwrc#hasImmigrant
Tag: cwrc:hasImmigrant
rdf:type: owl:ObjectProperty
rdfs:range: foaf:Person
rdfs:subPropertyOf: cwrc:hasInhabitant cwrc:hasTraveller
*owl:inverseOf: cwrc:migratesTo

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has inhabitant
URI: http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/cwrc#hasInhabitant
Tag: cwrc:hasInhabitant
rdf:type: owl:ObjectProperty
rdfs:range: foaf:Person
rdfs:subPropertyOf: cwrc:relatesSpatiallyTo
*owl:inverseOf: cwrc:inhabits
Children Properties: cwrc:hasEmigrant cwrc:hasImmigrant cwrc:hasRelocatee

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has instructor

Describes the subject's relationship with an educational instructor or mentor, formal or informal.

URI: http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/cwrc#hasInstructor
Tag: cwrc:hasInstructor
rdf:type: owl:ObjectProperty
rdfs:range: foaf:Person

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has interpersonal relationship with

Indicates personal knowledge of someone, covering a broad spectrum of social relations ranging from friendship to enmities and casual associations: it can include a writer having coffee with Samuel Johnson on one notable day, without needing a historical record of whether they were necessarily friends, through to substantial longlasting relationships. See also has intimate relationship with, has erotic relationship with, has possibly erotic relationship with.

URI: http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/cwrc#hasInterpersonalRelationshipWith
Tag: cwrc:hasInterpersonalRelationshipWith
rdf:type: owl:ObjectProperty
rdfs:subPropertyOf: cwrc:hasSocialRelationshipWith
Children Properties: cwrc:guardianOf cwrc:hasCohabitant cwrc:hasGuardian cwrc:hasIntimateRelationshipWith

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has intimate relationship with

Indicates a relationship that involves any type of intimacy ranging from emotional through psychological or material to sexual. Counters the traditional assumption that the only intimate relations happen within the context of marriage or heterosexual relations between sexual partners, challenging the historical and ideological silence placed upon same-sex relationships. For instance, it includes lifelong female friendships, defining psychological connections, or erotically-charged same sex or opposite sex relationships. It may or may not be erotic, and may apply to both brief sexual affairs and lifelong non-sexual relationships. Biographical information concerning these relationships is often scant; therefore this predicate recognizes these relations as significant while not assuming that they were sexual. See has interpersonal relationship with, has erotic relationship with, has possibly erotic relationship with.

URI: http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/cwrc#hasIntimateRelationshipWith
Tag: cwrc:hasIntimateRelationshipWith
rdf:type: owl:ObjectProperty owl:SymmetricProperty
rdfs:domain: foaf:Person
rdfs:range: foaf:Person
rdfs:subPropertyOf: cwrc:hasInterpersonalRelationshipWith
Children Properties: cwrc:hasEroticRelationshipWith cwrc:hasNonEroticRelationshipWith cwrc:hasPartner cwrc:hasPossiblyEroticRelationshipWith cwrc:partnerOf

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language known

Knowledge of the language for speaking, writing, or reading, which may be self-reported or reported by another, with accompanying context, where present, provided by cultural form context. As with other cultural forms, an individual may have more than one property or descriptor of this type.

URI: http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/cwrc#hasLinguisticAbility
Tag: cwrc:hasLinguisticAbility
owl:inverseOf: cwrc:linguisticAbilityOf
rdf:type: owl:ObjectProperty
rdfs:domain: foaf:Person
rdfs:range: cwrc:Language
Children Properties: cwrc:hasLinguisticAbilityReported cwrc:hasLinguisticAbilitySelfReported cwrc:hasNativeLinguisticAbility

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language known (reported)

Reported knowledge of the language for speaking, writing, or reading, with accompanying context, where present, provided by cultural form context. For further information about this property, see linguistic ability (spoken and/or writen).

URI: http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/cwrc#hasLinguisticAbilityReported
Tag: cwrc:hasLinguisticAbilityReported
owl:inverseOf: cwrc:linguisticAbilityReportedOf
rdf:type: owl:ObjectProperty
rdfs:domain: foaf:Person
rdfs:range: cwrc:Language
rdfs:subPropertyOf: cwrc:hasLinguisticAbility

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language known (self-reported)

Self-reported knowledge of the language for speaking, writing, or reading, with accompanying context, where present, provided by cultural form context. For further information about this property, see linguistic ability (spoken and/or writen).

URI: http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/cwrc#hasLinguisticAbilitySelfReported
Tag: cwrc:hasLinguisticAbilitySelfReported
owl:inverseOf: cwrc:linguisticAbilitySelfReportedOf
rdf:type: owl:ObjectProperty
rdfs:domain: foaf:Person
rdfs:range: cwrc:Language
rdfs:subPropertyOf: cwrc:hasLinguisticAbility

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has location

The location of a thing. For example where an event took place or a organization is located

URI: http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/cwrc#hasLocation
Tag: cwrc:hasLocation
rdf:type: owl:ObjectProperty
rdfs:domain: owl:Thing
*owl:inverseOf: cwrc:locationOf

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has mother

Relates a person to their mother, the female-identified parent, consanguineal or otherwise.

URI: http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/cwrc#hasMother
Tag: cwrc:hasMother
prov:wasDerivedFrom: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mother
rdf:type: owl:ObjectProperty
rdfs:domain: foaf:Person
rdfs:range: foaf:Person
rdfs:subPropertyOf: cwrc:hasParent
skos:broader: schema:parent
*owl:inverseOf: cwrc:motherOf

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has name

Indicates a person's name.

URI: http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/cwrc#hasName
Tag: cwrc:hasName
rdf:type: owl:ObjectProperty

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has name part

Indicates a component of a name. Order of name parts is indicated by has sort order

URI: http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/cwrc#hasNamePart
Tag: cwrc:hasNamePart
cwrc:rangeIncludes: cwrc:PersonalName
rdf:type: owl:ObjectProperty

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has national heritage

Describes a person's national heritage, which may be self-reported or reported by another, with accompanying context, where present, provided by nationality context annotations. As with other cultural forms, an individual may have more than one property or descriptor of this type.

URI: http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/cwrc#hasNationalHeritage
Tag: cwrc:hasNationalHeritage
owl:inverseOf: cwrc:nationalHeritageOf
rdf:type: owl:ObjectProperty
rdfs:domain: foaf:Person
rdfs:range: cwrc:NationalHeritage
Children Properties: cwrc:hasNationalHeritageReported cwrc:hasNationalHeritageSelfReported

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has national heritage (reported)

Describes a person's reported national heritage, with accompanying context, where present, provided by nationality context annotations. As with other cultural forms, an individual may have more than one property or descriptor of this type.

URI: http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/cwrc#hasNationalHeritageReported
Tag: cwrc:hasNationalHeritageReported
owl:inverseOf: cwrc:nationalHeritageReportedOf
rdf:type: owl:ObjectProperty
rdfs:domain: foaf:Person
rdfs:range: cwrc:NationalHeritage
rdfs:subPropertyOf: cwrc:hasNationalHeritage

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has national heritage (self-reported)

Describes a person's self-reported national heritage, with accompanying context, where present, provided by nationality context annotations. As with other cultural forms, an individual may have more than one property or descriptor of this type.

URI: http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/cwrc#hasNationalHeritageSelfReported
Tag: cwrc:hasNationalHeritageSelfReported
owl:inverseOf: cwrc:nationalHeritageSelfReportedOf
rdf:type: owl:ObjectProperty
rdfs:domain: foaf:Person
rdfs:range: cwrc:NationalHeritage
rdfs:subPropertyOf: cwrc:hasNationalHeritage

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has national identity

Describes a person's national identity identity, which may be self-reported or reported by another, with accompanying context, where present, provided by nationality context annotations. As with other cultural forms, an individual may have more than one property or descriptor of this type.

URI: http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/cwrc#hasNationality
Tag: cwrc:hasNationality
owl:inverseOf: cwrc:nationalityOf
rdf:type: owl:ObjectProperty
rdfs:domain: foaf:Person
rdfs:range: cwrc:NationalIdentity
Children Properties: cwrc:hasNationalityReported cwrc:hasNationalitySelfReported

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has national identity (reported)

This property indicates a person's reported national identity, with accompanying context, where present, provided by nationality context annotations. It is neither the same as citizenship nor commensurate with the geographical region or territory in which a person resides. For more information on this property see national identity.

URI: http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/cwrc#hasNationalityReported
Tag: cwrc:hasNationalityReported
owl:inverseOf: cwrc:nationalityReportedOf
rdf:type: owl:ObjectProperty
rdfs:domain: foaf:Person
rdfs:range: cwrc:NationalIdentity
rdfs:subPropertyOf: cwrc:hasNationality

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has national identity (self-reported)

This property indicates a person's self-reported national identity, with with accompanying context, where present, provided by nationality context annotations. It is neither the same as citizenship nor commensurate with the geographical region or territory in which a person resides. For more information on this property see national identity.

URI: http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/cwrc#hasNationalitySelfReported
Tag: cwrc:hasNationalitySelfReported
owl:inverseOf: cwrc:nationalitySelfReportedOf
rdf:type: owl:ObjectProperty
rdfs:domain: foaf:Person
rdfs:range: cwrc:NationalIdentity
rdfs:subPropertyOf: cwrc:hasNationality

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natively known language

Knowledge of the language, acquired during a person’s upbringing, for speaking, writing or reading, which may be self-reported or reported by another, and with accompanying context, where present, provided by cultural form context. As with other cultural forms, an individual may have more than one property or descriptor of this type.

URI: http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/cwrc#hasNativeLinguisticAbility
Tag: cwrc:hasNativeLinguisticAbility
owl:inverseOf: cwrc:nativeLinguisticAbilityOf
rdf:type: owl:ObjectProperty
rdfs:domain: foaf:Person
rdfs:range: cwrc:Language
rdfs:subPropertyOf: cwrc:hasLinguisticAbility
Children Properties: cwrc:hasNativeLinguisticAbilityReported cwrc:hasNativeLinguisticAbilitySelfReported

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natively known language (reported)

Reported knowledge of the language, acquired during a person’s upbringing, for speaking, writing, or reading, with accompanying context, where present, provided by cultural form context.

URI: http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/cwrc#hasNativeLinguisticAbilityReported
Tag: cwrc:hasNativeLinguisticAbilityReported
owl:inverseOf: cwrc:nativeLinguisticAbilityReportedOf
rdf:type: owl:ObjectProperty
rdfs:domain: foaf:Person
rdfs:range: cwrc:Language
rdfs:subPropertyOf: cwrc:hasNativeLinguisticAbility

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natively known language (self-reported)

Self-reported knowledge of the language, acquired during a person’s upbringing, for speaking, writing, or reading, with accompanying context, where present, provided by cultural form context.

URI: http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/cwrc#hasNativeLinguisticAbilitySelfReported
Tag: cwrc:hasNativeLinguisticAbilitySelfReported
owl:inverseOf: cwrc:nativeLinguisticAbilitySelfReportedOf
rdf:type: owl:ObjectProperty
rdfs:domain: foaf:Person
rdfs:range: cwrc:Language
rdfs:subPropertyOf: cwrc:hasNativeLinguisticAbility

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has nephew

Relates a person to the son of their sibling.

URI: http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/cwrc#hasNephew
Tag: cwrc:hasNephew
rdf:type: owl:ObjectProperty
rdfs:domain: foaf:Person
rdfs:range: foaf:Person
rdfs:subPropertyOf: cwrc:hasRelative
skos:broader: schema:relatedTo
*owl:inverseOf: cwrc:nephewOf

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has niece

Relates a person to the daughter of their sibling.

URI: http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/cwrc#hasNiece
Tag: cwrc:hasNiece
prov:wasDerivedFrom: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nephew_and_niece
rdf:type: owl:ObjectProperty
rdfs:domain: foaf:Person
rdfs:range: foaf:Person
rdfs:subPropertyOf: cwrc:hasRelative
skos:broader: schema:relatedTo
*owl:inverseOf: cwrc:nieceOf

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has non-erotic relationship with

Describes an intimate relationship with the subject that is neither erotic nor sexual in nature. See has interpersonal relationship with, has erotic relationship with, has intimate relationship with, has possibly erotic relationship with.

URI: http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/cwrc#hasNonEroticRelationshipWith
Tag: cwrc:hasNonEroticRelationshipWith
rdf:type: owl:ObjectProperty owl:SymmetricProperty
rdfs:domain: foaf:Person
rdfs:range: foaf:Person
rdfs:subPropertyOf: cwrc:hasIntimateRelationshipWith

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has occupation

Indicates a regular position or activity significant to a person's life, including paid, unpaid, and voluntary work.

URI: http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/cwrc#hasOccupation
Tag: cwrc:hasOccupation
owl:inverseOf: cwrc:occupationOf
rdf:type: owl:ObjectProperty
rdfs:domain: foaf:Person
rdfs:range: cwrc:Occupation
*skos:related: cwrc:hasOccupationIncome
Children Properties: cwrc:hasFamilyBasedOccupation cwrc:hasPaidOccupation cwrc:hasVolunteerOccupation

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has occupation income

Describes or provides information regarding a person's incomes related to an occupation.

URI: http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/cwrc#hasOccupationIncome
Tag: cwrc:hasOccupationIncome
owl:inverseOf: cwrc:occupationIncomeOf
rdf:type: owl:ObjectProperty
rdfs:domain: foaf:Person
skos:related: cwrc:hasOccupation

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has organization

Indicates that the organization in question belongs in some sense to the specified conceptual entity. For instance, a particular religion may have one or more organizational groups associated with it, a political campaign may have multiple political groups associated with it simultaneously or sequentially, or an artistic movement may have various contributing groups.

URI: http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/cwrc#hasOrganization
Tag: cwrc:hasOrganization
rdf:type: owl:ObjectProperty
rdfs:range: org:FormalOrganization

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has paid occupation

Indicates a position or activity for which a person was paid.

URI: http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/cwrc#hasPaidOccupation
Tag: cwrc:hasPaidOccupation
owl:inverseOf: cwrc:paidOccupationOf
rdf:type: owl:ObjectProperty
rdfs:domain: foaf:Person
rdfs:range: cwrc:Occupation
rdfs:subPropertyOf: cwrc:hasOccupation

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has parent

Relates a person to their father, mother, or, in certain cases, their guardian.

URI: http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/cwrc#hasParent
Tag: cwrc:hasParent
owl:sameAs: schema:parent cwrc:childOf
prov:wasDerivedFrom: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Parent
rdf:type: owl:ObjectProperty
rdfs:domain: foaf:Person
rdfs:range: foaf:Person
rdfs:subPropertyOf: cwrc:hasRelative
*owl:inverseOf: cwrc:parentOf
Children Properties: cwrc:hasFather cwrc:hasMother cwrc:hasStepParent

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has participant

Associates an event with a person.

URI: http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/cwrc#hasParticipant
Tag: cwrc:hasParticipant
rdf:type: owl:ObjectProperty
rdfs:domain: cwrc:Event
rdfs:range: foaf:Person
*owl:inverseOf: cwrc:participantOf

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has partner

Relates two people through a romantic, emotional, or spousal relationship. Distinct from a business or corporate partnership.

URI: http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/cwrc#hasPartner
Tag: cwrc:hasPartner
owl:sameAs: cwrc:partnerOf
rdf:type: owl:ObjectProperty
rdfs:domain: foaf:Person
rdfs:range: foaf:Person
rdfs:subPropertyOf: cwrc:hasIntimateRelationshipWith cwrc:hasRelative
*owl:inverseOf: cwrc:partnerOf
Children Properties: cwrc:hasHusband cwrc:hasWife

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has persona

Associates a persona with one more natural person(s).

URI: http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/cwrc#hasPersona
Tag: cwrc:hasPersona
rdf:type: owl:ObjectProperty
rdfs:domain: cwrc:NaturalPerson
rdfs:range: cwrc:Persona
*owl:inverseOf: cwrc:personaOf

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has political affiliation

Describes a person's political affiliation, which may be self-reported or reported by another, with accompanying context, where present, provided by politics context annotations. As with other cultural forms, an individual may have more than one property or descriptor of this type, and it may be linked to political affiliations or directly to an organization which may or may not be primarily political. For further information about this property, see political affiliation.

URI: http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/cwrc#hasPoliticalAffiliation
Tag: cwrc:hasPoliticalAffiliation
cwrc:rangeIncludes: cwrc:PoliticalAffiliation cwrc:PoliticalOrganization
owl:inverseOf: cwrc:politicalAffiliationOf
rdf:type: owl:ObjectProperty
rdfs:domain: foaf:Person
Children Properties: cwrc:hasGenderedPoliticalActivity cwrc:hasPoliticalAffiliationReported cwrc:hasPoliticalAffiliationSelfReported cwrc:hasPoliticalInvolvementIn

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has political affiliation (reported)

Describes a person's reported political affiliation. As with other cultural forms, an individual may have more than one property or descriptor of this type. For further information about this property, see political affiliation.

URI: http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/cwrc#hasPoliticalAffiliationReported
Tag: cwrc:hasPoliticalAffiliationReported
cwrc:rangeIncludes: cwrc:PoliticalAffiliation cwrc:PoliticalOrganization
owl:inverseOf: cwrc:politicalAffiliationReportedOf
rdf:type: owl:ObjectProperty
rdfs:domain: foaf:Person
rdfs:subPropertyOf: cwrc:hasPoliticalAffiliation

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has political affiliation (self-reported)

Describes a person's self-reported political affiliation. As with other cultural forms, an individual may have more than one property or descriptor of this type. For further information about this property, see political affiliation.

URI: http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/cwrc#hasPoliticalAffiliationSelfReported
Tag: cwrc:hasPoliticalAffiliationSelfReported
cwrc:rangeIncludes: cwrc:PoliticalAffiliation cwrc:PoliticalOrganization
owl:inverseOf: cwrc:politicalAffiliationSelfReportedOf
rdf:type: owl:ObjectProperty
rdfs:domain: foaf:Person
rdfs:subPropertyOf: cwrc:hasPoliticalAffiliation

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has political involvement from
URI: http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/cwrc#hasPoliticalInvolvementFrom
Tag: cwrc:hasPoliticalInvolvementFrom
cwrc:domainIncludes: cwrc:PoliticalAffiliation cwrc:PoliticalOrganization
rdf:type: owl:ObjectProperty
rdfs:range: foaf:Person
rdfs:subPropertyOf: cwrc:politicalAffiliationOf
*owl:inverseOf: cwrc:hasPoliticalInvolvementIn
Children Properties: cwrc:hasPoliticalMembershipFrom

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has political involvement in

Indicates some level of political involvement.

URI: http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/cwrc#hasPoliticalInvolvementIn
Tag: cwrc:hasPoliticalInvolvementIn
cwrc:rangeIncludes: cwrc:PoliticalAffiliation cwrc:PoliticalOrganization
owl:inverseOf: cwrc:hasPoliticalInvolvementFrom
rdf:type: owl:ObjectProperty
rdfs:domain: foaf:Person
rdfs:subPropertyOf: cwrc:hasPoliticalAffiliation

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has political membership from
URI: http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/cwrc#hasPoliticalMembershipFrom
Tag: cwrc:hasPoliticalMembershipFrom
cwrc:domainIncludes: cwrc:PoliticalAffiliation cwrc:PoliticalOrganization
rdf:type: owl:ObjectProperty
rdfs:range: foaf:Person
rdfs:subPropertyOf: cwrc:hasPoliticalInvolvementFrom
*owl:inverseOf: cwrc:hasPoliticalMembershipIn
Children Properties: cwrc:hasActivistInvolvementFrom

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has political membership in

Indicates some degree of sustained engagement with an organization such as a political group or literary movement. Does not necessarily denote formal membership, but rather points to clear evidence of a link with an organization without indication of more active participation: a person may have been a member of the sanitary movement or participated in a reading associated with a particular literary movement.

URI: http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/cwrc#hasPoliticalMembershipIn
Tag: cwrc:hasPoliticalMembershipIn
cwrc:rangeIncludes: cwrc:PoliticalAffiliation cwrc:PoliticalOrganization
owl:inverseOf: cwrc:hasPoliticalMembershipFrom
rdf:type: owl:ObjectProperty
rdfs:domain: foaf:Person
rdfs:subPropertyOf: http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/hasPoliticalInvolvementIn
Children Properties: cwrc:hasActivistInvolvementIn

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has possibly erotic relationship with

Describes an intimate relationship that may or may not be erotic in nature. This predicate seeks to redress the historical and ideological silence placed upon same sex relationships; it recognizes that biographical information concerning these relationships often is impossible to uncover. has possibly erotic relationship with registers the possibility of a sexual relationship, when, in the absence of biographical proof, it is impossible to claim such as fact. See has interpersonal relationship with, has erotic relationship with, has intimate relationship with.

URI: http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/cwrc#hasPossiblyEroticRelationshipWith
Tag: cwrc:hasPossiblyEroticRelationshipWith
rdf:type: owl:ObjectProperty owl:SymmetricProperty
rdfs:domain: foaf:Person
rdfs:range: foaf:Person
rdfs:subPropertyOf: cwrc:hasIntimateRelationshipWith

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has race or colour identity

This describes a person's identity with respect to race or colour, which may be self-reported or reported by another, with accompanying context, where present, provided by race or ethnicity context annotations. As with other cultural forms, an individual may have more than one property or descriptor of this type. For more information on this property see race or colour.

URI: http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/cwrc#hasRaceColour
Tag: cwrc:hasRaceColour
owl:inverseOf: cwrc:raceColourOf
rdf:type: owl:ObjectProperty
rdfs:domain: foaf:Person
rdfs:range: cwrc:RaceColour
Children Properties: cwrc:hasRaceColourReported cwrc:hasRaceColourSelfReported

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has race or colour identity (reported)

Indicates a person's reported identity with respect to race or colour, with accompanying context, where present, provided by race or ethnicity context annotations. For further information about this property, see race or colour.

URI: http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/cwrc#hasRaceColourReported
Tag: cwrc:hasRaceColourReported
owl:inverseOf: cwrc:raceColourReportedOf
rdf:type: owl:ObjectProperty
rdfs:domain: foaf:Person
rdfs:range: cwrc:RaceColour
rdfs:subPropertyOf: cwrc:hasRaceColour

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has race or colour identity (self-reported)

Indicates a person's self-reported identity with respect to race or colour, with accompanying context, where present, provided by race or ethnicity context annotations. For further information about this property, see race or colour.

URI: http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/cwrc#hasRaceColourSelfReported
Tag: cwrc:hasRaceColourSelfReported
owl:inverseOf: cwrc:raceColourSelfReportedOf
rdf:type: owl:ObjectProperty
rdfs:domain: foaf:Person
rdfs:range: cwrc:RaceColour
rdfs:subPropertyOf: cwrc:hasRaceColour

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has relative

Has a familial relationship to a person. hasRelative and its subproperties indicate social aspects of familial relations as opposed to biological ones; for example, has mother is not necessarily a consanguineal relationship -- although both can be present. Family relationships are subproperties of social relationships. For more information, see About: Family. This property indicates either a general familial relationship or one that is complicated or not easily categorisable in traditional kinship terms.

URI: http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/cwrc#hasRelative
Tag: cwrc:hasRelative
owl:sameAs: cwrc:relativeOf
rdf:type: owl:ObjectProperty
rdfs:domain: foaf:Person
rdfs:range: foaf:Person
rdfs:subPropertyOf: cwrc:hasSocialRelationshipWith
*owl:inverseOf: cwrc:relativeOf
Children Properties: cwrc:hasAncestor cwrc:hasAunt cwrc:hasChild cwrc:hasChildren cwrc:hasCousin cwrc:hasGrandChild cwrc:hasGrandParent cwrc:hasNephew cwrc:hasNiece cwrc:hasParent cwrc:hasPartner cwrc:hasSibling cwrc:hasUncle

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has religious affiliation

Indicates a person's religion or belief system, which may be self-reported or reported by another, with accompanying context, where present, provided by cultural form context annotations. As with other cultural forms, an individual may have more than one property or descriptor of this type. For further information about this property, see religion.

URI: http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/cwrc#hasReligion
Tag: cwrc:hasReligion
owl:inverseOf: cwrc:religionOf
rdf:type: owl:ObjectProperty
rdfs:domain: foaf:Person
rdfs:range: cwrc:Religion
Children Properties: cwrc:hasReligionReported cwrc:hasReligionSelfReported

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has religious affiliation (reported)

Indicates a person's reported religion or belief system, with accompanying context, where present, provided by cultural form context annotations. For further information about this property, see religion.

URI: http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/cwrc#hasReligionReported
Tag: cwrc:hasReligionReported
owl:inverseOf: cwrc:religionReportedOf
rdf:type: owl:ObjectProperty
rdfs:domain: foaf:Person
rdfs:range: cwrc:Religion
rdfs:subPropertyOf: cwrc:hasReligion

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has religious affiliation (self-reported)

Indicates a person's self-reported religion or belief system, with accompanying context, where present, provided by cultural form context annotations. For further information about this property, see religion.

URI: http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/cwrc#hasReligionSelfReported
Tag: cwrc:hasReligionSelfReported
owl:inverseOf: cwrc:religionSelfReportedOf
rdf:type: owl:ObjectProperty
rdfs:domain: foaf:Person
rdfs:range: cwrc:Religion
rdfs:subPropertyOf: cwrc:hasReligion

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has relocatee
URI: http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/cwrc#hasRelocatee
Tag: cwrc:hasRelocatee
rdf:type: owl:ObjectProperty
rdfs:range: foaf:Person
rdfs:subPropertyOf: cwrc:hasInhabitant
*owl:inverseOf: cwrc:relocatesTo

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has reproductive history

Describes an aspect of a person's reproductive history. May relate to childlessness, birth control, adoption, abortion, difficulties with childbearing, loss of a child, whether biologically related, adopted, or otherwise considered kin, difficulties with child-bearing. See also the related property has children.

URI: http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/cwrc#hasReproductiveHistory
Tag: cwrc:hasReproductiveHistory
rdf:type: owl:ObjectProperty
rdfs:domain: foaf:Person
rdfs:range: cwrc:ReproductiveHistory
*skos:related: cwrc:hasChildren

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has role

Associates an event element to a role.

URI: http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/cwrc#hasRole
Tag: cwrc:hasRole
rdf:type: owl:ObjectProperty
rdfs:domain: cwrc:Event

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has sexual identity

Describes a person's sexual identity, which may be self-reported or reported by another, with accompanying context, where present, provided by sexuality context. As with other cultural forms, an individual may have more than one property or descriptor of this type. For further information about this property, see sexuality.

URI: http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/cwrc#hasSexuality
Tag: cwrc:hasSexuality
owl:inverseOf: cwrc:sexualityOf
rdf:type: owl:ObjectProperty
rdfs:domain: foaf:Person
rdfs:range: cwrc:Sexuality
Children Properties: cwrc:hasSexualityReported cwrc:hasSexualitySelfReported

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has sexual identity (reported)

This describes a person's reported sexual identity, with accompanying context, where present, provided by sexuality context. For more information, see sexuality and sexuality context.

URI: http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/cwrc#hasSexualityReported
Tag: cwrc:hasSexualityReported
owl:inverseOf: cwrc:sexualityReportedOf
rdf:type: owl:ObjectProperty
rdfs:domain: foaf:Person
rdfs:range: cwrc:Sexuality
rdfs:subPropertyOf: cwrc:hasSexuality

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has sexual identity (self-reported)

Describes a person's self-reported sexual identity, with accompanying context, where present, provided by sexuality context. For more information, see sexuality and sexuality context.

URI: http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/cwrc#hasSexualitySelfReported
Tag: cwrc:hasSexualitySelfReported
owl:inverseOf: cwrc:sexualitySelfReportedOf
rdf:type: owl:ObjectProperty
rdfs:domain: foaf:Person
rdfs:range: cwrc:Sexuality
rdfs:subPropertyOf: cwrc:hasSexuality

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has sibling

Describes a relationship in which two or more individuals share the same parentage.

URI: http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/cwrc#hasSibling
Tag: cwrc:hasSibling
owl:sameAs: schema:sibling cwrc:siblingOf
prov:wasDerivedFrom: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sibling
rdf:type: owl:ObjectProperty
rdfs:domain: foaf:Person
rdfs:range: foaf:Person
rdfs:subPropertyOf: cwrc:hasRelative
*owl:inverseOf: cwrc:siblingOf
Children Properties: cwrc:hasBrother cwrc:hasSister

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has sister

Relates a person to a female-identified sibling. Although the term typically refers to consanguineal relationships, it is often used to describe relationships beyond "blood ties".

URI: http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/cwrc#hasSister
Tag: cwrc:hasSister
prov:wasDerivedFrom: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sister
rdf:type: owl:ObjectProperty
rdfs:domain: foaf:Person
rdfs:range: foaf:Person
rdfs:subPropertyOf: cwrc:hasSibling
skos:broader: schema:sibling
*owl:inverseOf: cwrc:sisterOf
Children Properties: cwrc:hasHalfSister cwrc:hasStepSister

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has class identity

Describes a person's class identity, which may be self-reported or reported by another, with accompanying context, where present, provided by cultural form context. As with other cultural forms, an individual may have more than one property or descriptor of this type. For further information about this property, see social class.

URI: http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/cwrc#hasSocialClass
Tag: cwrc:hasSocialClass
owl:inverseOf: cwrc:socialClassOf
rdf:type: owl:ObjectProperty
rdfs:domain: foaf:Person
rdfs:range: cwrc:SocialClass
Children Properties: cwrc:hasSocialClassReported cwrc:hasSocialClassSelfReported

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has class identity (reported)

Describes a person's reported class identity, with accompanying context, where present, provided by cultural form context. For further information about this property, see social class.

URI: http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/cwrc#hasSocialClassReported
Tag: cwrc:hasSocialClassReported
owl:inverseOf: cwrc:socialClassReportedOf
rdf:type: owl:ObjectProperty
rdfs:domain: foaf:Person
rdfs:range: cwrc:SocialClass
rdfs:subPropertyOf: cwrc:hasSocialClass

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has class identity (self-reported)

Describes a person's self-reported class identity, with accompanying context, where present, provided by cultural form context. For further information about this property, see social class.

URI: http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/cwrc#hasSocialClassSelfReported
Tag: cwrc:hasSocialClassSelfReported
owl:inverseOf: cwrc:socialClassSelfReportedOf
rdf:type: owl:ObjectProperty
rdfs:domain: foaf:Person
rdfs:range: cwrc:SocialClass
rdfs:subPropertyOf: cwrc:hasSocialClass

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has social relationship with

Any relationship between persons. See Social relation - Wikipedia

URI: http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/cwrc#hasSocialRelationshipWith
Tag: cwrc:hasSocialRelationshipWith
rdf:type: owl:ObjectProperty
rdfs:domain: foaf:Person
rdfs:range: foaf:Person
Children Properties: cwrc:hasInterpersonalRelationshipWith cwrc:hasRelative cwrc:relativeOf

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has son

Relates a person to a male-identified child, consanguineal or otherwise.

URI: http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/cwrc#hasSon
Tag: cwrc:hasSon
rdf:type: owl:ObjectProperty
rdfs:domain: foaf:Person
rdfs:range: foaf:Person
rdfs:subPropertyOf: cwrc:hasChild
skos:broader: schema:children
*owl:inverseOf: cwrc:sonOf

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has sort order

Indicates the order in which the parts of a name occur.

URI: http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/cwrc#hasSortOrder
Tag: cwrc:hasSortOrder
cwrc:rangeIncludes: cwrc:PersonalName
rdf:type: owl:ObjectProperty

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has stepbrother

Relates a person to a male-identified stepsibling, that is, a child of the person's stepparent.

URI: http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/cwrc#hasStepBrother
Tag: cwrc:hasStepBrother
prov:wasDerivedFrom: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Stepsibling
rdf:type: owl:ObjectProperty
rdfs:domain: foaf:Person
rdfs:range: foaf:Person
rdfs:subPropertyOf: cwrc:hasBrother
skos:broader: schema:sibling
*owl:inverseOf: cwrc:stepBrotherOf

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has stepchild

Relates a person to the child of that person's spouse, in contrast to what is commonly referred to as the "biological parent" of said child.

URI: http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/cwrc#hasStepChild
Tag: cwrc:hasStepChild
prov:wasDerivedFrom: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Stepchild
rdf:type: owl:ObjectProperty
rdfs:domain: foaf:Person
rdfs:range: foaf:Person
rdfs:subPropertyOf: cwrc:hasChild
skos:related: https://schema.org/children
*owl:inverseOf: cwrc:hasStepParent
Children Properties: cwrc:hasStepDaughter cwrc:hasStepSon

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has stepdaughter

Relates a person to a female-identified child of that person's spouse, in contrast to what is commonly referred to as the "biological parent" of said child.

URI: http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/cwrc#hasStepDaughter
Tag: cwrc:hasStepDaughter
prov:wasDerivedFrom: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Stepchild
rdf:type: owl:ObjectProperty
rdfs:domain: foaf:Person
rdfs:range: foaf:Person
rdfs:subPropertyOf: cwrc:hasStepChild
skos:related: https://schema.org/children
*owl:inverseOf: cwrc:stepDaughterOf

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has stepfather

Relates a person to their stepfather, that is, a parent married to that person's so-called "biological parent", in contrast to a consanguineal relationship.

URI: http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/cwrc#hasStepFather
Tag: cwrc:hasStepFather
prov:wasDerivedFrom: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Stepfather
rdf:type: owl:ObjectProperty
rdfs:domain: foaf:Person
rdfs:range: foaf:Person
rdfs:subPropertyOf: cwrc:hasStepParent
skos:broader: schema:parent
*owl:inverseOf: cwrc:stepFatherOf

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has stepmother

Relates a person to their stepmother, that is, a parent married to that person's so-called "biological parent", in contrast to a consanguineal relationship.

URI: http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/cwrc#hasStepMother
Tag: cwrc:hasStepMother
owl:inverseOf: cwrc:stepMotherOf
prov:wasDerivedFrom: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Stepmother
rdf:type: owl:ObjectProperty
rdfs:domain: foaf:Person
rdfs:range: foaf:Person
rdfs:subPropertyOf: cwrc:hasStepParent
skos:broader: schema:parent

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has stepparent

Relates a person to their stepparent, that is, a parent married to that person's so-called "biological parent", in contrast to a consanguineal relationship.

URI: http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/cwrc#hasStepParent
Tag: cwrc:hasStepParent
owl:inverseOf: cwrc:hasStepChild
prov:wasDerivedFrom: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Stepfather
rdf:type: owl:ObjectProperty
rdfs:domain: foaf:Person
rdfs:range: foaf:Person
rdfs:subPropertyOf: cwrc:hasParent
skos:broader: schema:parent
*owl:inverseOf: cwrc:stepParentOf
Children Properties: cwrc:hasStepFather cwrc:hasStepMother

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has stepsister

Relates a person to a female-identified stepsibling, that is, a child of the person's stepparent.

URI: http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/cwrc#hasStepSister
Tag: cwrc:hasStepSister
prov:wasDerivedFrom: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Stepsibling
rdf:type: owl:ObjectProperty
rdfs:domain: foaf:Person
rdfs:range: foaf:Person
rdfs:subPropertyOf: cwrc:hasSister
skos:broader: schema:sibling
*owl:inverseOf: cwrc:stepSisterOf

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has stepson

Relates a person to a male-identified child of that person's spouse, in contrast to what is commonly referred to as the "biological parent" of said child.

URI: http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/cwrc#hasStepSon
Tag: cwrc:hasStepSon
prov:wasDerivedFrom: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Stepchild
rdf:type: owl:ObjectProperty
rdfs:domain: foaf:Person
rdfs:range: foaf:Person
rdfs:subPropertyOf: cwrc:hasStepChild
skos:related: https://schema.org/children
*owl:inverseOf: cwrc:stepSonOf

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has student

Indicates that the student was educated by the entity in question,—an instructor, an educational institution, or a particular type of schooling.

URI: http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/cwrc#hasStudent
Tag: cwrc:hasStudent
rdf:type: owl:ObjectProperty
rdfs:domain: cwrc:School
rdfs:range: foaf:Person
*owl:inverseOf: cwrc:attends

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has time certainty

Indicates the degree of certainty or precision of the temporal value or values associated with a time-based phenomenon such as an event or birth date

URI: http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/cwrc#hasTimeCertainty
Tag: cwrc:hasTimeCertainty
rdf:type: owl:FunctionalProperty owl:ObjectProperty
rdfs:range: cwrc:Certainty
rdfs:subPropertyOf: cwrc:hasCertainty
*owl:inverseOf: cwrc:timeCertaintyOf

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has traveller
URI: http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/cwrc#hasTraveller
Tag: cwrc:hasTraveller
rdf:type: owl:ObjectProperty
rdfs:range: foaf:Person
rdfs:subPropertyOf: cwrc:relatesSpatiallyTo
*owl:inverseOf: cwrc:travelsTo
Children Properties: cwrc:hasImmigrant cwrc:hasVistor

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has uncle

Relates a person to the sister of their father or mother, but can also refer to any avuncular relationship and need not be restricted to a consanguineal relation.

URI: http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/cwrc#hasUncle
Tag: cwrc:hasUncle
prov:wasDerivedFrom: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Uncle
rdf:type: owl:ObjectProperty
rdfs:domain: foaf:Person
rdfs:range: foaf:Person
rdfs:subPropertyOf: cwrc:hasRelative
skos:broader: schema:relatedTo
*owl:inverseOf: cwrc:uncleOf

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has vistor
URI: http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/cwrc#hasVistor
Tag: cwrc:hasVistor
rdf:type: owl:ObjectProperty
rdfs:range: foaf:Person
rdfs:subPropertyOf: cwrc:hasTraveller
*owl:inverseOf: cwrc:visits

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has volunteer occupation

Indicates a regular role or activity that was voluntary rather than paid, including philanthropic activity.

URI: http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/cwrc#hasVolunteerOccupation
Tag: cwrc:hasVolunteerOccupation
owl:inverseOf: cwrc:volunteerOccupationOf
rdf:type: owl:ObjectProperty
rdfs:domain: foaf:Person
rdfs:range: cwrc:Occupation
rdfs:subPropertyOf: cwrc:hasOccupation

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has wife

Relates a person to a female-identified partner in a marital relationship.

URI: http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/cwrc#hasWife
Tag: cwrc:hasWife
prov:wasDerivedFrom: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wife
rdf:type: owl:ObjectProperty
rdfs:domain: foaf:Person
rdfs:range: foaf:Person
rdfs:subPropertyOf: cwrc:hasPartner
skos:broader: https://schema.org/spouse
*owl:inverseOf: cwrc:wifeOf

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husband of
URI: http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/cwrc#husbandOf
Tag: cwrc:husbandOf
owl:differentFrom: dbpedia:Partnership
owl:inverseOf: cwrc:hasHusband
rdf:type: owl:ObjectProperty
rdfs:domain: foaf:Person
rdfs:range: foaf:Person
rdfs:subPropertyOf: cwrc:partnerOf
skos:broader: https://schema.org/spouse

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indexed by

Indicates an organization's use of this name form in its index.

URI: http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/cwrc#indexedBy
Tag: cwrc:indexedBy
rdf:type: owl:ObjectProperty

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inhabited

Indicates that a person lived in this place.

URI: http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/cwrc#inhabits
Tag: cwrc:inhabits
owl:inverseOf: cwrc:hasInhabitant
rdf:type: owl:ObjectProperty
rdfs:domain: foaf:Person
rdfs:subPropertyOf: cwrc:relatesSpatiallyTo
Children Properties: cwrc:migratesFrom cwrc:migratesTo cwrc:relocatesTo

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language known of
URI: http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/cwrc#linguisticAbilityOf
Tag: cwrc:linguisticAbilityOf
rdf:type: owl:ObjectProperty
rdfs:domain: cwrc:Language
rdfs:range: foaf:Person
*owl:inverseOf: cwrc:hasLinguisticAbility
Children Properties: cwrc:linguisticAbilityReportedOf cwrc:linguisticAbilitySelfReportedOf cwrc:nativeLinguisticAbilityOf

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language known (reported) of
URI: http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/cwrc#linguisticAbilityReportedOf
Tag: cwrc:linguisticAbilityReportedOf
rdf:type: owl:ObjectProperty
rdfs:domain: cwrc:Language
rdfs:range: foaf:Person
rdfs:subPropertyOf: cwrc:linguisticAbilityOf
*owl:inverseOf: cwrc:hasLinguisticAbilityReported

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language known (self-reported) of
URI: http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/cwrc#linguisticAbilitySelfReportedOf
Tag: cwrc:linguisticAbilitySelfReportedOf
rdf:type: owl:ObjectProperty
rdfs:domain: cwrc:Language
rdfs:range: foaf:Person
rdfs:subPropertyOf: cwrc:linguisticAbilityOf
*owl:inverseOf: cwrc:hasLinguisticAbilitySelfReported

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location Of

Things that are or were at this location at some point in time.

URI: http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/cwrc#locationOf
Tag: cwrc:locationOf
owl:inverseOf: cwrc:hasLocation
rdf:type: owl:ObjectProperty
rdfs:range: owl:Thing

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made alteration

Links an change set to a natural person

URI: http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/cwrc#madeAlteration
Tag: cwrc:madeAlteration
owl:inverseOf: cwrc:alteredBy
rdf:type: owl:ObjectProperty
rdfs:domain: cwrc:NaturalPerson
rdfs:range: cwrc:ChangeSet

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emigrated from

Indicates that a person migrated from this place.

URI: http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/cwrc#migratesFrom
Tag: cwrc:migratesFrom
owl:inverseOf: cwrc:hasEmigrant
rdf:type: owl:ObjectProperty
rdfs:domain: foaf:Person
rdfs:subPropertyOf: cwrc:inhabits

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immigrated to

Indicates that a person immigrated to this place.

URI: http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/cwrc#migratesTo
Tag: cwrc:migratesTo
owl:inverseOf: cwrc:hasImmigrant
rdf:type: owl:ObjectProperty
rdfs:domain: foaf:Person
rdfs:subPropertyOf: cwrc:inhabits cwrc:travelsTo

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mother of
URI: http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/cwrc#motherOf
Tag: cwrc:motherOf
owl:inverseOf: cwrc:hasMother
rdf:type: owl:ObjectProperty
rdfs:domain: foaf:Person
rdfs:range: foaf:Person
rdfs:subPropertyOf: cwrc:parentOf
skos:broader: schema:children

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national heritage of
URI: http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/cwrc#nationalHeritageOf
Tag: cwrc:nationalHeritageOf
rdf:type: owl:ObjectProperty
rdfs:domain: cwrc:NationalHeritage
rdfs:range: foaf:Person
*owl:inverseOf: cwrc:hasNationalHeritage
Children Properties: cwrc:nationalHeritageReportedOf cwrc:nationalHeritageSelfReportedOf

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national heritage (reported) of
URI: http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/cwrc#nationalHeritageReportedOf
Tag: cwrc:nationalHeritageReportedOf
rdf:type: owl:ObjectProperty
rdfs:domain: cwrc:NationalHeritage
rdfs:range: foaf:Person
rdfs:subPropertyOf: cwrc:nationalHeritageOf
*owl:inverseOf: cwrc:hasNationalHeritageReported

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national heritage (self-reported) of
URI: http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/cwrc#nationalHeritageSelfReportedOf
Tag: cwrc:nationalHeritageSelfReportedOf
rdf:type: owl:ObjectProperty
rdfs:domain: cwrc:NationalHeritage
rdfs:range: foaf:Person
rdfs:subPropertyOf: cwrc:nationalHeritageOf
*owl:inverseOf: cwrc:hasNationalHeritageSelfReported

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national identity of
URI: http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/cwrc#nationalityOf
Tag: cwrc:nationalityOf
rdf:type: owl:ObjectProperty
rdfs:domain: cwrc:NationalIdentity
rdfs:range: foaf:Person
*owl:inverseOf: cwrc:hasNationality
Children Properties: cwrc:nationalityReportedOf cwrc:nationalitySelfReportedOf

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national identity (reported) of
URI: http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/cwrc#nationalityReportedOf
Tag: cwrc:nationalityReportedOf
rdf:type: owl:ObjectProperty
rdfs:domain: cwrc:NationalIdentity
rdfs:range: foaf:Person
rdfs:subPropertyOf: cwrc:nationalityOf
*owl:inverseOf: cwrc:hasNationalityReported

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national identity (self-reported) of
URI: http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/cwrc#nationalitySelfReportedOf
Tag: cwrc:nationalitySelfReportedOf
rdf:type: owl:ObjectProperty
rdfs:domain: cwrc:NationalIdentity
rdfs:range: foaf:Person
rdfs:subPropertyOf: cwrc:nationalityOf
*owl:inverseOf: cwrc:hasNationalitySelfReported

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natively known language of
URI: http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/cwrc#nativeLinguisticAbilityOf
Tag: cwrc:nativeLinguisticAbilityOf
rdf:type: owl:ObjectProperty
rdfs:domain: cwrc:Language
rdfs:range: foaf:Person
rdfs:subPropertyOf: cwrc:linguisticAbilityOf
*owl:inverseOf: cwrc:hasNativeLinguisticAbility
Children Properties: cwrc:nativeLinguisticAbilityReportedOf cwrc:nativeLinguisticAbilitySelfReportedOf

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natively known language (reported) of
URI: http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/cwrc#nativeLinguisticAbilityReportedOf
Tag: cwrc:nativeLinguisticAbilityReportedOf
rdf:type: owl:ObjectProperty
rdfs:domain: cwrc:Language
rdfs:range: foaf:Person
rdfs:subPropertyOf: cwrc:nativeLinguisticAbilityOf
*owl:inverseOf: cwrc:hasNativeLinguisticAbilityReported

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natively known language (self-reported) of
URI: http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/cwrc#nativeLinguisticAbilitySelfReportedOf
Tag: cwrc:nativeLinguisticAbilitySelfReportedOf
rdf:type: owl:ObjectProperty
rdfs:domain: cwrc:Language
rdfs:range: foaf:Person
rdfs:subPropertyOf: cwrc:nativeLinguisticAbilityOf
*owl:inverseOf: cwrc:hasNativeLinguisticAbilitySelfReported

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nephew of
URI: http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/cwrc#nephewOf
Tag: cwrc:nephewOf
owl:inverseOf: cwrc:hasNephew
rdf:type: owl:ObjectProperty
rdfs:domain: foaf:Person
rdfs:range: foaf:Person
rdfs:subPropertyOf: cwrc:relativeOf
skos:broader: schema:relatedTo

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niece of
URI: http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/cwrc#nieceOf
Tag: cwrc:nieceOf
owl:inverseOf: cwrc:hasNiece
rdf:type: owl:ObjectProperty
rdfs:domain: foaf:Person
rdfs:range: foaf:Person
rdfs:subPropertyOf: cwrc:relativeOf
skos:broader: schema:relatedTo

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occupation income of
URI: http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/cwrc#occupationIncomeOf
Tag: cwrc:occupationIncomeOf
rdf:type: owl:ObjectProperty
rdfs:range: foaf:Person
*owl:inverseOf: cwrc:hasOccupationIncome

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occupation of
URI: http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/cwrc#occupationOf
Tag: cwrc:occupationOf
rdf:type: owl:ObjectProperty
rdfs:domain: cwrc:Occupation
rdfs:range: foaf:Person
*owl:inverseOf: cwrc:hasOccupation
Children Properties: cwrc:familyBasedOccupationOf cwrc:paidOccupationOf cwrc:volunteerOccupationOf

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paid occupation of
URI: http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/cwrc#paidOccupationOf
Tag: cwrc:paidOccupationOf
rdf:type: owl:ObjectProperty
rdfs:domain: cwrc:Occupation
rdfs:range: foaf:Person
rdfs:subPropertyOf: cwrc:occupationOf
*owl:inverseOf: cwrc:hasPaidOccupation

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parent of
URI: http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/cwrc#parentOf
Tag: cwrc:parentOf
owl:inverseOf: cwrc:hasParent
owl:sameAs: schema:children cwrc:hasChild
rdf:type: owl:ObjectProperty
rdfs:domain: foaf:Person
rdfs:range: foaf:Person
rdfs:subPropertyOf: cwrc:relativeOf
Children Properties: cwrc:fatherOf cwrc:motherOf cwrc:stepParentOf

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participant of

The event that the Person is associated with.

URI: http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/cwrc#participantOf
Tag: cwrc:participantOf
owl:inverseOf: cwrc:hasParticipant
rdf:type: owl:ObjectProperty
rdfs:domain: foaf:Person
rdfs:range: cwrc:Event

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partner of
URI: http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/cwrc#partnerOf
Tag: cwrc:partnerOf
owl:differentFrom: dbpedia:Partnership
owl:inverseOf: cwrc:hasPartner
rdf:type: owl:ObjectProperty
rdfs:domain: foaf:Person
rdfs:range: foaf:Person
rdfs:subPropertyOf: cwrc:hasIntimateRelationshipWith cwrc:relativeOf
*owl:sameAs: cwrc:hasPartner
Children Properties: cwrc:husbandOf cwrc:wifeOf

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persona of
URI: http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/cwrc#personaOf
Tag: cwrc:personaOf
owl:inverseOf: cwrc:hasPersona
rdf:type: owl:ObjectProperty
rdfs:domain: cwrc:Persona
rdfs:range: cwrc:NaturalPerson

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political affiliation of
URI: http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/cwrc#politicalAffiliationOf
Tag: cwrc:politicalAffiliationOf
cwrc:domainIncludes: cwrc:PoliticalAffiliation cwrc:PoliticalOrganization
rdf:type: owl:ObjectProperty
rdfs:range: foaf:Person
*owl:inverseOf: cwrc:hasPoliticalAffiliation
Children Properties: cwrc:hasGenderedPoliticalActivityFrom cwrc:hasPoliticalInvolvementFrom cwrc:politicalAffiliationReportedOf cwrc:politicalAffiliationSelfReportedOf

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political affiliation (reported) of
URI: http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/cwrc#politicalAffiliationReportedOf
Tag: cwrc:politicalAffiliationReportedOf
cwrc:domainIncludes: cwrc:PoliticalAffiliation cwrc:PoliticalOrganization
rdf:type: owl:ObjectProperty
rdfs:range: foaf:Person
rdfs:subPropertyOf: cwrc:politicalAffiliationOf
*owl:inverseOf: cwrc:hasPoliticalAffiliationReported

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political affiliation (self-reported) of
URI: http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/cwrc#politicalAffiliationSelfReportedOf
Tag: cwrc:politicalAffiliationSelfReportedOf
cwrc:domainIncludes: cwrc:PoliticalAffiliation cwrc:PoliticalOrganization
rdf:type: owl:ObjectProperty
rdfs:range: foaf:Person
rdfs:subPropertyOf: cwrc:politicalAffiliationOf
*owl:inverseOf: cwrc:hasPoliticalAffiliationSelfReported

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preferred by

Indicates the authority or institution by which the name form is preferred.

URI: http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/cwrc#preferredBy
Tag: cwrc:preferredBy
rdf:type: owl:ObjectProperty

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race or colour identity of
URI: http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/cwrc#raceColourOf
Tag: cwrc:raceColourOf
rdf:type: owl:ObjectProperty
rdfs:domain: cwrc:RaceColour
rdfs:range: foaf:Person
*owl:inverseOf: cwrc:hasRaceColour
Children Properties: cwrc:raceColourReportedOf cwrc:raceColourSelfReportedOf

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race or colour identity (reported) of
URI: http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/cwrc#raceColourReportedOf
Tag: cwrc:raceColourReportedOf
rdf:type: owl:ObjectProperty
rdfs:domain: cwrc:RaceColour
rdfs:range: foaf:Person
rdfs:subPropertyOf: cwrc:raceColourOf
*owl:inverseOf: cwrc:hasRaceColourReported

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race or colour identity (self-reported) of
URI: http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/cwrc#raceColourSelfReportedOf
Tag: cwrc:raceColourSelfReportedOf
rdf:type: owl:ObjectProperty
rdfs:domain: cwrc:RaceColour
rdfs:range: foaf:Person
rdfs:subPropertyOf: cwrc:raceColourOf
*owl:inverseOf: cwrc:hasRaceColourSelfReported

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range includes

Specifies a particular class type that is acceptable to use for a relation's range

URI: http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/cwrc#rangeIncludes
Tag: cwrc:rangeIncludes
rdf:type: owl:ObjectProperty
rdfs:domain: owl:Thing
rdfs:range: owl:Thing

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related spatially to

Indicates an entity's connection to a geospatial location.

URI: http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/cwrc#relatesSpatiallyTo
Tag: cwrc:relatesSpatiallyTo
rdf:type: owl:ObjectProperty
Children Properties: cwrc:hasInhabitant cwrc:hasTraveller cwrc:inhabits cwrc:travelsTo

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relative of
URI: http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/cwrc#relativeOf
Tag: cwrc:relativeOf
owl:inverseOf: cwrc:hasRelative
rdf:type: owl:ObjectProperty
rdfs:domain: foaf:Person
rdfs:range: foaf:Person
rdfs:subPropertyOf: cwrc:hasSocialRelationshipWith
*owl:sameAs: cwrc:hasRelative
Children Properties: cwrc:ancestorOf cwrc:auntOf cwrc:childOf cwrc:cousinOf cwrc:grandChildOf cwrc:grandParentOf cwrc:nephewOf cwrc:nieceOf cwrc:parentOf cwrc:partnerOf cwrc:siblingOf cwrc:uncleOf

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religious affiliation of
URI: http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/cwrc#religionOf
Tag: cwrc:religionOf
rdf:type: owl:ObjectProperty
rdfs:domain: cwrc:Religion
rdfs:range: foaf:Person
*owl:inverseOf: cwrc:hasReligion

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religious affiliation (reported) of
URI: http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/cwrc#religionReportedOf
Tag: cwrc:religionReportedOf
rdf:type: owl:ObjectProperty
rdfs:domain: cwrc:Religion
rdfs:range: foaf:Person
rdfs:subPropertyOf: http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/religionOf
*owl:inverseOf: cwrc:hasReligionReported

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religious affiliation (self-reported) of
URI: http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/cwrc#religionSelfReportedOf
Tag: cwrc:religionSelfReportedOf
rdf:type: owl:ObjectProperty
rdfs:domain: cwrc:Religion
rdfs:range: foaf:Person
rdfs:subPropertyOf: http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/religionOf
*owl:inverseOf: cwrc:hasReligionSelfReported

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moved to

Indicates that a person moved to this place.

URI: http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/cwrc#relocatesTo
Tag: cwrc:relocatesTo
owl:inverseOf: cwrc:hasRelocatee
rdf:type: owl:ObjectProperty
rdfs:domain: foaf:Person
rdfs:subPropertyOf: cwrc:inhabits

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represented by

Relates ambiguous or overloaded terms, classed as textual label to two or more particularly contested and related concepts. Often used for cultural form; for instance ISO 3166-2:GB-ENG and English are both represented by English identity.

URI: http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/cwrc#representedBy
Tag: cwrc:representedBy
owl:inverseOf: cwrc:represents
rdf:type: owl:ObjectProperty
rdfs:range: cwrc:TextLabels

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represents

Relates a concept to ambiguous or overloaded terms, classed as textual label, that designate multivalent and frequently contested concepts. For instance, English identity is a textual label that represents both ISO 3166-2:GB-ENG and English.

URI: http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/cwrc#represents
Tag: cwrc:represents
rdf:type: owl:ObjectProperty
rdfs:domain: cwrc:TextLabels
*owl:inverseOf: cwrc:representedBy

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sexual identity of
URI: http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/cwrc#sexualityOf
Tag: cwrc:sexualityOf
rdf:type: owl:ObjectProperty
rdfs:domain: cwrc:Sexuality
rdfs:range: foaf:Person
*owl:inverseOf: cwrc:hasSexuality
Children Properties: cwrc:sexualityReportedOf cwrc:sexualitySelfReportedOf

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sexual identity (reported) of
URI: http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/cwrc#sexualityReportedOf
Tag: cwrc:sexualityReportedOf
rdf:type: owl:ObjectProperty
rdfs:domain: cwrc:Sexuality
rdfs:range: foaf:Person
rdfs:subPropertyOf: cwrc:sexualityOf
*owl:inverseOf: cwrc:hasSexualityReported

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sexual identity (self-reported) of
URI: http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/cwrc#sexualitySelfReportedOf
Tag: cwrc:sexualitySelfReportedOf
rdf:type: owl:ObjectProperty
rdfs:domain: cwrc:Sexuality
rdfs:range: foaf:Person
rdfs:subPropertyOf: cwrc:sexualityOf
*owl:inverseOf: cwrc:hasSexualitySelfReported

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sibling of
URI: http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/cwrc#siblingOf
Tag: cwrc:siblingOf
owl:inverseOf: cwrc:hasSibling
rdf:type: owl:ObjectProperty
rdfs:domain: foaf:Person
rdfs:range: foaf:Person
rdfs:subPropertyOf: cwrc:relativeOf
*owl:sameAs: cwrc:hasSibling
Children Properties: cwrc:brotherOf cwrc:sisterOf

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sister of
URI: http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/cwrc#sisterOf
Tag: cwrc:sisterOf
owl:inverseOf: cwrc:hasSister
rdf:type: owl:ObjectProperty
rdfs:domain: foaf:Person
rdfs:range: foaf:Person
rdfs:subPropertyOf: cwrc:siblingOf
Children Properties: cwrc:halfSisterOf cwrc:stepSisterOf

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class identity of
URI: http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/cwrc#socialClassOf
Tag: cwrc:socialClassOf
rdf:type: owl:ObjectProperty
rdfs:domain: cwrc:SocialClass
rdfs:range: foaf:Person
*owl:inverseOf: cwrc:hasSocialClass
Children Properties: cwrc:socialClassReportedOf cwrc:socialClassSelfReportedOf

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class identity (reported) of
URI: http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/cwrc#socialClassReportedOf
Tag: cwrc:socialClassReportedOf
rdf:type: owl:ObjectProperty
rdfs:domain: cwrc:SocialClass
rdfs:range: foaf:Person
rdfs:subPropertyOf: cwrc:socialClassOf
*owl:inverseOf: cwrc:hasSocialClassReported

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class identity (self-reported) of
URI: http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/cwrc#socialClassSelfReportedOf
Tag: cwrc:socialClassSelfReportedOf
rdf:type: owl:ObjectProperty
rdfs:domain: cwrc:SocialClass
rdfs:range: foaf:Person
rdfs:subPropertyOf: cwrc:socialClassOf
*owl:inverseOf: cwrc:hasSocialClassSelfReported

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son of
URI: http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/cwrc#sonOf
Tag: cwrc:sonOf
owl:inverseOf: cwrc:hasSon
rdf:type: owl:ObjectProperty
rdfs:domain: foaf:Person
rdfs:range: foaf:Person
rdfs:subPropertyOf: cwrc:childOf
skos:broader: schema:parent

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stepbrother of
URI: http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/cwrc#stepBrotherOf
Tag: cwrc:stepBrotherOf
owl:inverseOf: cwrc:hasStepBrother
rdf:type: owl:ObjectProperty
rdfs:subPropertyOf: cwrc:brotherOf
skos:broader: schema:sibling

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stepchild of
URI: http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/cwrc#stepChildOf
Tag: cwrc:stepChildOf
owl:inverseOf: cwrc:hasStepChild
rdf:type: owl:ObjectProperty
rdfs:domain: foaf:Person
rdfs:range: foaf:Person
rdfs:subPropertyOf: cwrc:childOf
skos:related: https://schema.org/parent
Children Properties: cwrc:stepDaughterOf cwrc:stepSonOf

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stepdaughter of
URI: http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/cwrc#stepDaughterOf
Tag: cwrc:stepDaughterOf
owl:inverseOf: cwrc:hasStepDaughter
rdf:type: owl:ObjectProperty
rdfs:domain: foaf:Person
rdfs:range: foaf:Person
rdfs:subPropertyOf: cwrc:stepChildOf
skos:related: https://schema.org/parent

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stepfather of
URI: http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/cwrc#stepFatherOf
Tag: cwrc:stepFatherOf
owl:inverseOf: cwrc:hasStepFather
prov:wasDerivedFrom: cwrc:hasStepFather
rdf:type: owl:ObjectProperty
rdfs:domain: foaf:Person
rdfs:range: foaf:Person
rdfs:subPropertyOf: cwrc:stepParentOf
skos:broader: schema:children

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stepmother of
URI: http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/cwrc#stepMotherOf
Tag: cwrc:stepMotherOf
rdf:type: owl:ObjectProperty
rdfs:subPropertyOf: cwrc:stepParentOf
skos:broader: schema:children
*owl:inverseOf: cwrc:hasStepMother

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stepparent of
URI: http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/cwrc#stepParentOf
Tag: cwrc:stepParentOf
owl:inverseOf: cwrc:hasStepParent
rdf:type: owl:ObjectProperty
rdfs:domain: foaf:Person
rdfs:range: foaf:Person
rdfs:subPropertyOf: cwrc:parentOf
skos:broader: schema:children
Children Properties: cwrc:stepFatherOf cwrc:stepMotherOf

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stepsister of
URI: http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/cwrc#stepSisterOf
Tag: cwrc:stepSisterOf
owl:inverseOf: cwrc:hasStepSister
rdf:type: owl:ObjectProperty
rdfs:domain: foaf:Person
rdfs:range: foaf:Person
rdfs:subPropertyOf: cwrc:sisterOf
skos:broader: schema:sibling

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stepson of
URI: http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/cwrc#stepSonOf
Tag: cwrc:stepSonOf
owl:inverseOf: cwrc:hasStepSon
rdf:type: owl:ObjectProperty
rdfs:subPropertyOf: cwrc:stepChildOf
skos:related: https://schema.org/parent

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studied by
URI: http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/cwrc#studiedBy
Tag: cwrc:studiedBy
owl:inverseOf: cwrc:studies
rdf:type: owl:ObjectProperty

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studies

Indicates a text studied by a person in the course of their education, whether formal or informal, institutional or domestic.

URI: http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/cwrc#studies
Tag: cwrc:studies
rdf:type: owl:ObjectProperty
rdfs:range: cwrc:EducationalSubject
*owl:inverseOf: cwrc:studiedBy

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teaches educational subject

Indicates a subject, field, art, or skill taught by an instructor or educational organization.

URI: http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/cwrc#teachesEducationalSubject
Tag: cwrc:teachesEducationalSubject
rdf:type: owl:ObjectProperty
rdfs:range: cwrc:EducationalSubject

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time certainty of
URI: http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/cwrc#timeCertaintyOf
Tag: cwrc:timeCertaintyOf
owl:inverseOf: cwrc:hasTimeCertainty
rdf:type: owl:InverseFunctionalProperty owl:ObjectProperty
rdfs:domain: cwrc:Certainty
rdfs:subPropertyOf: cwrc:certaintyOf

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travelled to

Indicates that a person travelled to this place.

URI: http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/cwrc#travelsTo
Tag: cwrc:travelsTo
owl:inverseOf: cwrc:hasTraveller
rdf:type: owl:ObjectProperty
rdfs:domain: foaf:Person
rdfs:subPropertyOf: cwrc:relatesSpatiallyTo
Children Properties: cwrc:migratesTo cwrc:visits

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uncle of
URI: http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/cwrc#uncleOf
Tag: cwrc:uncleOf
owl:inverseOf: cwrc:hasUncle
rdf:type: owl:ObjectProperty
rdfs:domain: foaf:Person
rdfs:range: foaf:Person
rdfs:subPropertyOf: cwrc:relativeOf
skos:broader: schema:relatedTo

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visits

Indicates that a person visited this place.

URI: http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/cwrc#visits
Tag: cwrc:visits
owl:inverseOf: cwrc:hasVistor
rdf:type: owl:ObjectProperty
rdfs:domain: foaf:Person
rdfs:subPropertyOf: cwrc:travelsTo

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volunteer occupation of
URI: http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/cwrc#volunteerOccupationOf
Tag: cwrc:volunteerOccupationOf
rdf:type: owl:ObjectProperty
rdfs:domain: cwrc:Occupation
rdfs:range: foaf:Person
rdfs:subPropertyOf: cwrc:occupationOf
*owl:inverseOf: cwrc:hasVolunteerOccupation

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wife of
URI: http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/cwrc#wifeOf
Tag: cwrc:wifeOf
owl:differentFrom: dbpedia:Partnership
owl:inverseOf: cwrc:hasWife
rdf:type: owl:ObjectProperty
rdfs:domain: foaf:Person
rdfs:range: foaf:Person
rdfs:subPropertyOf: cwrc:partnerOf
skos:broader: https://schema.org/spouse

owl:Class Instances

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eldest

Indicates that the subject is the eldest child in the family.

URI: http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/cwrc#eldestChild
Tag: cwrc:eldestChild
rdf:type: cwrc:BirthPosition skos:Concept
skos:inScheme: cwrc:BirthPosition

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middle

Indicates that the subject is the middle child in the family.

URI: http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/cwrc#middleChild
Tag: cwrc:middleChild
rdf:type: cwrc:BirthPosition skos:Concept
skos:inScheme: cwrc:BirthPosition

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only child

Indicates that the subject is the only child in the family.

URI: http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/cwrc#onlyChild
Tag: cwrc:onlyChild
rdf:type: cwrc:BirthPosition skos:Concept
skos:inScheme: cwrc:BirthPosition

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youngest

Indicates that the subject is the youngest child in the family.

URI: http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/cwrc#youngestChild
Tag: cwrc:youngestChild
rdf:type: cwrc:BirthPosition skos:Concept
skos:inScheme: cwrc:BirthPosition

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high certainty

A predefined value of certainty that represents cases where where a fact is considered of high quality

URI: http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/cwrc#highCertainty
Tag: cwrc:highCertainty
rdf:type: cwrc:Certainty

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low certainty

A predefined value of certainty that represents cases where where a fact is considered of low quality

URI: http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/cwrc#lowCertainty
Tag: cwrc:lowCertainty
rdf:type: cwrc:Certainty

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medium certainty

A predefined value of certainty that represents cases where where a fact is considered of medium quality

URI: http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/cwrc#mediumCertainty
Tag: cwrc:mediumCertainty
rdf:type: cwrc:Certainty

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unknown certainty

A predefined value of certainty that is used when one does not want to assert an opinion on certainty

URI: http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/cwrc#unknownCertainty
Tag: cwrc:unknownCertainty
rdf:type: cwrc:Certainty

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B.A.

"A Bachelor of Arts (BA, B.A., AB or A.B. from the Latin artium baccalaureus or baccalaureus artium) is a bachelor's degree awarded for an undergraduate course or program in either the liberal arts, the sciences, or both. Bachelor of Arts degree programs generally take three to four years depending on the country, academic institution, and specific specializations, majors or minors. The word baccalaureus or baccalarium (from the Latin bacca, a berry, and laureus, "of the bay laurel") should not be confused with baccalaureatus (translatable as "gold-plated scepter" by using the Latina bacum and aureatus), which refers to the one- to two-year postgraduate Bachelor of Arts with Honours degree (Baccalaureatus in Artibus Cum Honore) in some countries. Diplomas generally give the name of the institution, signatures of officials of the institution (generally the president or rector of the university as well as the secretary or dean of the component college), the type of degree conferred, the conferring authority and the location at which the degree is conferred. Degree diplomas generally are printed on high quality paper or parchment; individual institutions set the preferred abbreviation for their degrees. The Bachelor of Arts degree is usually attained in four years in Afghanistan, Lebanon, Armenia, Greece, Bangladesh, Azerbaijan, Egypt, Iran, Japan, Nigeria, Serbia, Spain, Pakistan, the Philippines, Thailand, Russia, Ireland, South Korea, Iraq, Kuwait, Turkey, the United States of America and most of the Americas. They generally last three years in nearly all of the European Union, and in Albania, Australia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Canada, India, Israel, New Zealand, Iceland, Norway, Singapore, the Caribbean, South Africa, and Switzerland." (DBpedia, 2018)

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[skos:altLabel: first-class BA third-class degree (in history) BA degree first-class BA in English BA Honours in English BA, Second Class, in English Language and Literature BA honours, second class Honours BA in Classics, First Class double first Honours BA BA (Hons) in English Language and Literature second-class honours Bachelor of Arts with honours in English BA (Second Class Honours) BA Honours degree Second Class honours degree first-class honours BA Honours BA in French BA in Arts BA in history BA BA in English Language and Literature BA in English and History BA Honours degree in English was a third class Second Class degree 2:2 BA BA in Classics, Class II BA in English Literature Honours BA degree BA Pass Degree Bachelor of Arts degree (at pass level only) degree with first-class honours first class honours first in her BA BA degee Honours BA first-class degree BA in modern history BA in Drama and Theatre Arts BA honours in History AB degree Honours BA, Second Class, Honours BA in English BA in PPE Second Class Honours BA BA in English BA in cultural anthropology third-class honours Honours BA in Greats Cambridge BA BA first-class Honours in English BA in English with First Class Honours BA honours, third class Class Three BA BA (Honours) Bachelor of Arts ]

URI: http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/cwrc#bachelorOfArts
Tag: cwrc:bachelorOfArts
prov:wasDerivedFrom: dbpedia:Bachelor_of_Arts
rdf:type: cwrc:Credential skos:Concept
skos:broaderTransitive: cwrc:undergraduateDegree
skos:inScheme: cwrc:Credential

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B.Sc.

"A Bachelor of Science (Latin Baccalaureus Scientiae, B.S., BS, B.Sc., or BSc; or, less commonly, S.B., SB, or Sc.B., from the equivalent Latin Scientiae Baccalaureus) is an undergraduate academic degree awarded for completed courses that generally last three to five years. Whether a student of a particular subject is awarded a Bachelor of Science degree or a Bachelor of Arts degree can vary between universities. For one example, an economics degree may be given as a Bachelor of Arts (B.A.) by one university but as a B.Sc. by another, and some universities offer the choice of either. Some liberal arts colleges in the United States offer only the BA, even in the natural sciences, while some universities offer only the BS even in non-science fields. Georgetown University's School of Foreign Service awards Bachelor of Science in Foreign Service degrees to all of its undergraduates, although many major in humanities-oriented fields such as international history and culture and politics. The London School of Economics offers B.Sc. degrees in practically all subject areas, even those normally associated with arts degrees, while the Oxbridge universities almost exclusively award arts qualifications. In both instances, there are historical and traditional reasons. Northwestern University's School of Communication grants B.Sc. degrees in all of its programs of study, including theater, dance, and radio/television/film. University of California, Berkeley grants B.S. degree in Environmental Economics and Policy in College of Natural Resources (CNR), and B.A. degree in Environmental Economics and Policy in College of Letters and Science (L&S). The first university to admit a student to the degree of Bachelor of Science was the University of London in 1860. Prior to this, science subjects were included in the B.A. bracket, notably in the cases of mathematics, physics, physiology and botany." (DBpedia, 2018)

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[skos:altLabel: B.Sc. (with honours) BSc in Physics BSc ]

URI: http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/cwrc#bachelorOfScience
Tag: cwrc:bachelorOfScience
prov:wasDerivedFrom: dbpedia:Bachelor_of_Science
rdf:type: cwrc:Credential skos:Concept
skos:broaderTransitive: cwrc:undergraduateDegree
skos:inScheme: cwrc:Credential

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certificate

Educational certificate, including those awarded to women in lieu of degrees in the early years of their admission to universities.

[skos:altLabel: certificate in the exam for women Cambridge Certificate University Certificate Higher National Certificate certificate certificate in social science Postgraduate Certificate in Education, English as a Second Language Postgraduate Certificate Certificat d'Études Françaises, 1er Degré Higher Cambridge Certificate ]

URI: http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/cwrc#certificate
Tag: cwrc:certificate
rdf:type: cwrc:Credential skos:Concept
skos:inScheme: cwrc:Credential

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diploma

Educational diploma.

[skos:altLabel: diploma in Psychopathology Diploma in Social Work diploma in school counselling diploma in journalism Diplome d'Etudes de Civilisation Française diploma in agriculture diploma in literature Diploma ]

URI: http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/cwrc#diploma
Tag: cwrc:diploma
rdf:type: cwrc:Credential skos:Concept
skos:inScheme: cwrc:Credential

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Ph.D.

"A Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D. or D.Phil.) is a type of doctorate degree awarded by universities in many countries. Ph.D.s are awarded for a wide range of programs in the sciences (e.g., biology, physics, mathematics, etc.), engineering, and humanities (e.g., history, literature, musicology, etc.), among others. The Ph.D. is a terminal degree in many fields. The completion of a Ph.D. is a requirement for employment as a university professor, researcher, or scientist in many fields. A clear distinction is made between an "earned doctorate", which is awarded for completion of a course of study and a thesis or dissertation, and an "honorary doctorate", a title granted by a university to a successful or notable person who has not completed doctoral academic work or completed a dissertation at the university. Individuals with an earned doctorate can use the title of "Doctor" with their name and use the initials "Ph.D." (or "D.Phil.") after their name. The requirements to earn a Ph.D. degree varies considerably according to the country, institution, and time period, from entry-level research degrees to higher doctorates. A person who attains a doctorate of philosophy is automatically awarded the academic title of doctor. During the studies that lead to the degree, the student is called doctoral student or Ph.D. student, but also "doctoral candidate" or "Ph.D. candidate" once the student has completed all of the coursework and comprehensive examinations and is working on their thesis or dissertation. A Ph.D. candidate must submit a project, thesis or dissertation often consisting of a body of original academic research, which is in principle worthy of publication in a peer-reviewed journal. In many countries a candidate must defend this work before a panel of expert examiners appointed by the university. Universities award other types of doctorates besides the Ph.D., such as the Doctor of Musical Arts (D.M.A.), a degree for music performers and the Doctor of Education (Ed.D.), a degree for professional educators. In the context of academic degrees, the term "philosophy" does not refer solely to the field or academic discipline of philosophy, but is used in a broader sense in accordance with its original Greek meaning, which is "love of wisdom". In most of Europe, all fields (history, philosophy, social sciences, mathematics, and natural philosophy/natural sciences) other than theology, law, and medicine (the so-called professional, vocational, or technical curriculum) were traditionally known as philosophy, and in Germany and elsewhere in Europe the basic faculty of liberal arts was known as the "faculty of philosophy"." (DBpedia, 2018)

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[skos:altLabel: DPhil PhD in Philosophy Doctor of Philosophy PhD in Linguistics Ph.D. doctorate PhD ]

URI: http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/cwrc#doctorOfPhilosophy
Tag: cwrc:doctorOfPhilosophy
prov:wasDerivedFrom: dbpedia:Doctor_of_Philosophy
rdf:type: cwrc:Credential skos:Concept
skos:broaderTransitive: cwrc:postgraduateDegree
skos:inScheme: cwrc:Credential

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honorary degree

"An honorary degree or a degree honoris causa (Latin: "for the sake of the honor") is an academic degree for which a university (or other degree-awarding institution) has waived the usual requirements, such as matriculation, residence, a dissertation and the passing of comprehensive examinations. The degree is typically a doctorate or, less commonly, a master's degree, and may be awarded to someone who has no prior connection with the academic institution or no previous postsecondary education. An example of identifying a recipient of this award is as follows: Doctorate in Business Administration (Hon. Causa). The degree is often conferred as a way of honouring a distinguished visitor's contributions to a specific field or to society in general. It is often given to graduation speakers at a university or college, and the university may derive benefits by association with the person in question. The degree is not recognized by employers as having the same stature as a corresponding earned doctorate degree and should not be represented as such. Rev. Theodore Hesburgh held the record for most honorary degrees, having been awarded 150 during his lifetime." (DBpedia, 2018)

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[skos:altLabel: honorary Doctorate of Divinity honorary MA ]

URI: http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/cwrc#honoraryDegree
Tag: cwrc:honoraryDegree
prov:wasDerivedFrom: dbpedia:Honorary_degree
rdf:type: cwrc:Credential skos:Concept
skos:inScheme: cwrc:Credential

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Lady Literate in the Arts

"A Lady Literate in Arts (LLA) qualification was offered by the University of St Andrews in Scotland for more than a decade before women were allowed to graduate in the same way as men, and it became popular as a kind of external degree for women who had studied through correspondence, or by attendance at non-university classes. Until 1892 women were not admitted to Scottish universities and the LLA was the nearest qualification to a degree which was open to women in the country, although the University of Edinburgh offered certificates recognising achievement in classes organised by the Edinburgh Association for the University Education of Women, and in Glasgow Queen Margaret College was offering a university-equivalent education and awards. To obtain an LLA candidates had to pass examinations at a university-approved centre, which might be in Scotland or outwith the country. Even after 1892, the LLA continued to be popular with women who wanted to study for an arts degree without needing to attend one particular institution for three or four years. Thousands of women received an LLA before it was discontinued in the 1930s. William Angus Knight (1836–1916), Professor of Moral Philosophy at St Andrews between 1876 and 1903, was a supporter of female education and the main force behind the university's introduction of the LLA degree. Helen Bannerman, the children's writer, and suffragette Margaret Nevinson both had LLAs, as did the wartime nursing "heroine", Violetta Thurstan." (DBpedia, 2018)

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[skos:altLabel: L.L.A. (Lady Literate in the Arts) ]

URI: http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/cwrc#ladyLiterateInArts
Tag: cwrc:ladyLiterateInArts
prov:wasDerivedFrom: dbpedia:Lady_Literate_in_Arts
rdf:type: cwrc:Credential skos:Concept
skos:inScheme: cwrc:Credential

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law degree

"A law degree is an academic degree conferred for studies in law. Such degrees are generally preparation for legal careers; but while their curricula may be reviewed by legal authority, they do not themselves confer a license. A legal license is granted (typically by examination) and exercised locally; while the law degree can have local, international, and world-wide aspects- e.g., in Britain the Legal Practice Course is required to become a British solicitor or the Bar Professional Training Course (BPTC) to become a barrister." (DBpedia, 2018)

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[skos:altLabel: law degree degree in law ]

URI: http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/cwrc#lawDegree
Tag: cwrc:lawDegree
prov:wasDerivedFrom: dbpedia:Law_degree
rdf:type: cwrc:Credential skos:Concept
skos:broaderTransitive: cwrc:professionalDegree
skos:inScheme: cwrc:Credential

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master's degree

"A master's degree (from Latin magister) is a second-cycle academic degree awarded by universities upon completion of a course of study demonstrating mastery or a high-order overview of a specific field of study or area of professional practice. A master's degree normally requires previous study at the bachelor's level, either as a separate degree or as part of an integrated course. Within the area studied, master's graduates are expected to possess advanced knowledge of a specialized body of theoretical and applied topics; high order skills in analysis, critical evaluation, or professional application; and the ability to solve complex problems and think rigorously and independently." (DBpedia, 2018)

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[skos:altLabel: MA degree MLitt MA in English. MA in philosophy and literature MPhil in Medieval Literature MSc MA (a first degree in Scotland) master's degree in Public Health MA in Classics Master's degree MA in English MA MA in Canadian Literature MA in English literature Masters Degree MA in psychology ]

URI: http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/cwrc#mastersDegree
Tag: cwrc:mastersDegree
prov:wasDerivedFrom: dbpedia:Master%27s_degree
rdf:type: cwrc:Credential skos:Concept
skos:broaderTransitive: cwrc:postgraduateDegree
skos:inScheme: cwrc:Credential

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medical degree

"A medical degree is a vocational, or even technical, degree awarded for studies in fields associated with medicine and surgery. A study conducted in 2011 that involved more than 1000 medical schools throughout the world indicated on average, 64 university exams, 130 series exams, and 174 assignments are completed over the course of 5.5 years. Students need more than 85% marks in prerequisite courses in order to get enrolled for the aptitude test for these degree programs. They then have to pass the test with 85% to 90% marks, which is high compared with all the other bachelor's degree programs. The World Health Organization has granted international recognition to certain widely offered conventional medical degrees. Degrees recognized internationally by the AVICENNA Directory for medicine/International Medical Education Directory." (DBpedia, 2018)

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URI: http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/cwrc#medicalDegree
Tag: cwrc:medicalDegree
prov:wasDerivedFrom: dbpedia:Medical_degree
rdf:type: cwrc:Credential skos:Concept
skos:broaderTransitive: cwrc:professionalDegree
skos:inScheme: cwrc:Credential

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postgraduate degree

Postgraduate degree.

[skos:altLabel: post-graduate degree in theatre Agrégation Postgraduate Diploma in Writing for the Stage postgraduate degree in teaching DSc ]

URI: http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/cwrc#postgraduateDegree
Tag: cwrc:postgraduateDegree
rdf:type: cwrc:Credential skos:Concept
skos:inScheme: cwrc:Credential
skos:narrowerTransitive: cwrc:doctorOfPhilosophy cwrc:mastersDegree

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professional degree

"A professional degree, sometimes known as a first professional degree, is a degree that prepares someone to work in a particular profession, often meeting the academic requirements for licensure or accreditation. Professional degrees may be either graduate or undergraduate entry, depending on the profession concerned and the country, and may be classified as bachelor's, master's or doctoral degrees. For a variety of reasons, professional degrees may bear the name of a different level of qualification from their classification on qualifications frameworks, e.g. some UK professional degrees are named bachelor's but are at master's level, while some Australian and Canadian professional degrees have the name "doctor" but are classified as master's or bachelor's degrees." (DBpedia, 2018)

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[skos:altLabel: Master Mariner's Certificate MB medical degree MD degree MD Doctor of Divinity degree Doctor of Medicine ]

URI: http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/cwrc#professionalDegree
Tag: cwrc:professionalDegree
prov:wasDerivedFrom: dbpedia:Professional_degree
rdf:type: cwrc:Credential skos:Concept
skos:inScheme: cwrc:Credential
skos:narrowerTransitive: cwrc:lawDegree cwrc:medicalDegree

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secondary school diploma

Credential signifying completion of secondary schooling.

[skos:altLabel: Chancellor's Diploma Higher School Certificate ]

URI: http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/cwrc#secondarySchoolDiploma
Tag: cwrc:secondarySchoolDiploma
rdf:type: cwrc:Credential skos:Concept
skos:inScheme: cwrc:Credential

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teaching qualification

Credential signifying training in teaching, usually at the primary or secondary school level.

[skos:altLabel: Post-Graduate Certificate of Education education diploma second class teaching certificate Certificate in the Theory and Practice of Teaching Teacher's Diploma Teaching Diploma USA teaching certificate Elementary School Teachers' Certificate Diploma of Education diploma in education teaching certificate Teaching Certificate, First Class Elementary Teacher's Certificate teacher's certificate Teaching Certificate,, First Class ]

URI: http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/cwrc#teachingQualification
Tag: cwrc:teachingQualification
rdf:type: cwrc:Credential skos:Concept
skos:inScheme: cwrc:Credential

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undergraduate degree

"An undergraduate degree (also called first degree, bachelor's degree or simply degree) is a colloquial term for an academic degree taken by a person who has completed undergraduate courses. It is usually offered at an institution of higher education, such as a university. The most common type of this degree is the bachelor's degree, which typically takes at least three or four years to complete." (DBpedia, 2018)

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[skos:altLabel: degree in advertising Bachelor BLitt B. Litt. two-year degree degree ]

URI: http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/cwrc#undergraduateDegree
Tag: cwrc:undergraduateDegree
prov:wasDerivedFrom: dbpedia:Undergraduate_degree
rdf:type: cwrc:Credential skos:Concept
skos:inScheme: cwrc:Credential
skos:narrowerTransitive: cwrc:bachelorOfArts cwrc:bachelorOfScience

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educational award prize

An educational prize is a medal or award, monetary or otherwise, presented by either an institution or person of authority to an individual who has excelled beyond their peers, reached a great achievement, and/or produced a very high standard of work.

URI: http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/cwrc#educationalAwardPrize
Tag: cwrc:educationalAwardPrize
rdf:type: cwrc:EducationalAward
skos:inScheme: cwrc:EducationalAward

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educational award scholarship

A scholarship is an award of financial aid for a student to further their education. Scholarships are awarded based upon various criteria, which usually reflect the values and purposes of the donor or founder of the award. Scholarship money is not required to be repaid.

URI: http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/cwrc#educationalAwardScholarship
Tag: cwrc:educationalAwardScholarship
rdf:type: cwrc:EducationalAward
skos:inScheme: cwrc:EducationalAward

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African-American

"African Americans (also referred to as Black Americans or Afro-Americans) are an ethnic group of Americans (citizens or residents of the United States) with total or partial ancestry from any of the Black racial groups of Africa. The term may also be used to include only those individuals who are descended from enslaved Africans. As a compound adjective the term is usually hyphenated as African-American." (DBpedia, 2017)

Comment: The description for this term is indebted to DBpedia.

URI: http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/cwrc#african-AmericanEthnicity
Tag: cwrc:african-AmericanEthnicity
cwrc:representedBy: cwrc:blackLabel
prov:wasDerivedFrom: dbpedia:African_Americans
rdf:type: cwrc:Ethnicity skos:Concept
skos:inScheme: cwrc:Ethnicity
skos:related: cwrc:africanEthnicity
*skos:related: cwrc:blackEthnicity

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African

"The ethnic groups of Africa number in the thousands, each generally having its own language (or dialect of a language) and culture. The ethnolinguistic groups include various Afro-Asiatic, Khoisan, Niger-Congo and Nilo-Saharan populations." (DBpedia, 2017)

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[skos:altLabel: black African descent ]

URI: http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/cwrc#africanEthnicity
Tag: cwrc:africanEthnicity
cwrc:representedBy: cwrc:blackLabel
prov:wasDerivedFrom: dbpedia:List_of_ethnic_groups_of_Africa
rdf:type: cwrc:Ethnicity skos:Concept
skos:inScheme: cwrc:Ethnicity
*skos:related: cwrc:blackEthnicity

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Anglo-Irish

"Anglo-Irish (Irish: Angla-Éireannach) was a term used primarily in the 19th and early 20th centuries to identify a privileged social class in Ireland, whose members were mostly the descendants and successors of the Protestant Ascendancy. They mostly belonged to the Anglican Church of Ireland, which was the established church of Ireland until 1871, or to a lesser extent one of the English dissenting churches, such as the Methodist church. Its members tended to follow English practices in matters of culture, science, law, agriculture and politics. Many became eminent as administrators in the British Empire and as senior army and naval officers." (DBpedia, 2018)

Comment: The description for this term is indebted to DBpedia.

URI: http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/cwrc#anglo-IrishEthnicity
Tag: cwrc:anglo-IrishEthnicity
prov:wasDerivedFrom: dbpedia:Anglo-Irish_people
rdf:type: cwrc:Ethnicity skos:Concept
skos:broaderTransitive: cwrc:europeanEthnicity
skos:inScheme: cwrc:Ethnicity

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Anglo-Norman

"The Anglo-Normans were the medieval ruling class in England, composed mainly of a combination of ethnic Angles and Normans, following the Norman conquest. A small number of Normans had earlier befriended future Anglo-Saxon King of England, Edward the Confessor, during his exile in his mother's homeland of Normandy. When he returned to England some of them went with him, and so there were Normans already settled in England prior to the conquest. Following the death of Edward, the powerful Anglo-Saxon noble, Harold Godwinson, acceded to the English throne until his defeat by William, Duke of Normandy at the Battle of Hastings." (DBpedia, 2018)

Comment: The description for this term is indebted to DBpedia.

URI: http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/cwrc#anglo-NormanEthnicity
Tag: cwrc:anglo-NormanEthnicity
prov:wasDerivedFrom: dbpedia:Anglo-Normans
rdf:type: cwrc:Ethnicity skos:Concept
skos:broaderTransitive: cwrc:europeanEthnicity
skos:inScheme: cwrc:Ethnicity

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Arab

"Arabs (Arabic: عرب‎‎, ‘arab) are a panethnicity of peoples whose native language is a variety of Arabic. They primarily inhabit Western Asia, North Africa, and parts of the Horn of Africa and East Africa. Before the spread of Islam, Arab referred to any of the largely nomadic Semitic people from the northern and central Arabian Peninsula. In modern usage Arab refers to a heterogeneous collection of Arabic-speaking peoples in Western Asia and North Africa. The ties that bind Arabs are linguistic, cultural, political, and ethnic, with Arabized Arabs displaying genetic contributions, in varying proportions, from both indigenous elements and the Arabian peninsula. As such, Arab identity is based on one or more of genealogical, linguistic or cultural grounds, although with competing identities often taking a more prominent role, based on considerations including regional, national, clan, kin, sect, and tribe affiliations and relationships. Not all people who could be considered Arab identify as such. If the Arab pan-ethnicity is regarded as a single population, then it constitutes the world's second largest group of people after the Han Chinese. The Arabian Peninsula itself was not entirely Arab linguistically or culturally before the spread of Islam. Arabization occurred in the southern and eastern regions of the peninsula. For example, the language shift to Arabic displaced the distinct Old South Arabian languages from what is now modern-day Yemen and southern Oman. These were the languages spoken in the civilizations of Sheba, Magan, and Dilmun." (DBpedia, 2018)

Comment: The description for this term is indebted to DBpedia.

URI: http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/cwrc#arabEthnicity
Tag: cwrc:arabEthnicity
prov:wasDerivedFrom: dbpedia:Arabs
rdf:type: cwrc:Ethnicity skos:Concept
skos:inScheme: cwrc:Ethnicity

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Ashkenazi Jewish

"Ashkenazi Jews, also known as Ashkenazic Jews or simply Ashkenazim (Hebrew: אַשְׁכְּנַזִּים, Ashkenazi Hebrew pronunciation: [ˌaʃkəˈnazim], singular: [ˌaʃkəˈnazi], Modern Hebrew: [aʃkenaˈzim, aʃkenaˈzi]; also יְהוּדֵי אַשְׁכֲּנַז Y'hudey Ashkenaz), are a Jewish diaspora population who coalesced as a distinct community of Jews in the Holy Roman Empire around the end of the 1st millennium. The traditional diaspora language of Ashkenazi Jews consisted of various dialects of Yiddish." (DBpedia, 2017)

Comment: The description for this term is indebted to DBpedia.

[skos:altLabel: Ashkenazim Ashkenazim, or German Jewish ]

URI: http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/cwrc#ashkenaziJewishEthnicity
Tag: cwrc:ashkenaziJewishEthnicity
cwrc:representedBy: cwrc:jewishLabel
prov:wasDerivedFrom: dbpedia:Ashkenazi_Jews
rdf:type: cwrc:Ethnicity skos:Concept
skos:broaderTransitive: cwrc:jewishEthnicity
skos:inScheme: cwrc:Ethnicity

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Bengali

"The Bengalis (বাঙালি Bangali), also spelled as the Bangalees, are a major Indo-Aryan ethnic group. They are native to the region of Bengal in South Asia, which is presently-divided between Bangladesh and the Indian state of West Bengal. They speak the Bengali language, the most easterly branch of the Indo-European language family. Bengalis are the third largest ethnic group in the world after the Han Chinese and the Arabs. They have four major religious subgroups, including Bengali Muslims, Bengali Hindus, Bengali Christians and Bengali Buddhists." (DBpedia, 2017)

Comment: The description for this term is indebted to DBpedia.

URI: http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/cwrc#bengaliEthnicity
Tag: cwrc:bengaliEthnicity
prov:wasDerivedFrom: dbpedia:Bengalis
rdf:type: cwrc:Ethnicity skos:Concept
skos:inScheme: cwrc:Ethnicity

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black

"Black people (seen both capitalized and with lowercase 'b') is a term used in certain countries, often in socially based systems of racial classification or of ethnicity, to describe persons who are perceived to be dark-skinned compared to other given populations. As such, the meaning of the expression varies widely both between and within societies, and depends significantly on context. For many other individuals, communities and countries, "black" is also perceived as a derogatory, outdated, reductive or otherwise unrepresentative label, and as a result is neither used nor defined. Different societies apply differing criteria regarding who is classified as "black", and these social constructs have also changed over time. In a number of countries, societal variables affect classification as much as skin color, and the social criteria for "blackness" vary. For example, in North America the term black people is not necessarily an indicator of skin color or ethnic origin, but is instead a socially based racial classification related to being African American, with a family history associated with institutionalized slavery. In South Africa and Latin America, mixed-race people are generally not classified as "black". In other regions such as Australasia, settlers applied the term "black" or it was used by local populations with different histories and ancestral backgrounds." (DBpedia, 2017)

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URI: http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/cwrc#blackEthnicity
Tag: cwrc:blackEthnicity
cwrc:representedBy: cwrc:blackLabel
prov:wasDerivedFrom: dbpedia:Black_people
rdf:type: cwrc:Ethnicity skos:Concept
skos:inScheme: cwrc:Ethnicity
skos:related: cwrc:african-AmericanEthnicity cwrc:africanEthnicity

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Celtic

"A modern Celtic identity emerged in Western Europe following the identification of the native peoples of the Atlantic fringe as Celts by Edward Lhuyd in the 18th century. Lhuyd and others equated the Celts described by Greco-Roman writers with the pre-Roman peoples of France, Great Britain and Ireland. The Irish and ancient British languages were thus Celtic languages. The descendants of these languages were the Brittonic (Breton, Cornish and Welsh variants) and Gaelic (Irish, Manx and Scottish variants) languages. These peoples were therefore modern Celts. Attempts were made to link their distinctive cultures to those of the Ancient Celtic people." (DBpedia, 2017)

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[skos:altLabel: Highland Highland (that is Celtic) ]

URI: http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/cwrc#celticEthnicity
Tag: cwrc:celticEthnicity
prov:wasDerivedFrom: dbpedia:Celts_(modern)
rdf:type: cwrc:Ethnicity skos:Concept
skos:broaderTransitive: cwrc:europeanEthnicity
skos:inScheme: cwrc:Ethnicity

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Chinese

"Chinese people are the various individuals or groups of people associated with China (or Greater China), either by reason of ancestry, heredity, ethnicity, nationality, citizenship, place of residence, or other affiliation." (DBpedia, 2018)

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URI: http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/cwrc#chineseEthnicity
Tag: cwrc:chineseEthnicity
prov:wasDerivedFrom: dbpedia:Chinese_people
rdf:type: cwrc:Ethnicity skos:Concept
skos:inScheme: cwrc:Ethnicity

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Creole

"The term Creole and its cognates in other languages — such as crioulo, criollo, creolo, créole, kriolu, criol, kreyol, kreol, kriol, krio, etc. — have been applied to people in different countries and epochs, with rather different meanings. Typically, are partially or fully descended from Caucasian European colonial settlers. Their language, culture and/or racial origin represents the creolization resulting from the interaction and adaptation of colonial-era emigrants from Europe with non-European peoples, climates, and cuisines." (DBpedia, 2018)

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URI: http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/cwrc#creoleEthnicity
Tag: cwrc:creoleEthnicity
prov:wasDerivedFrom: dbpedia:Creole_peoples
rdf:type: cwrc:Ethnicity skos:Concept
skos:inScheme: cwrc:Ethnicity

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English

"The English are a nation and an ethnic group native to England, who speak the English language. The English identity is of early medieval origin, when they were known in Old English as the Angelcynn ("family of the Angles"). Their ethnonym is derived from the Angles, one of the Germanic peoples who migrated to Great Britain around the 5th century AD. England is one of the countries of the United Kingdom." (DBpedia, 2018)

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[skos:altLabel: England ]

URI: http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/cwrc#englishEthnicity
Tag: cwrc:englishEthnicity
prov:wasDerivedFrom: dbpedia:English_people
rdf:type: cwrc:Ethnicity skos:Concept
skos:broaderTransitive: cwrc:europeanEthnicity
skos:inScheme: cwrc:Ethnicity

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European

"The ethnic groups in Europe are the focus of European ethnology, the field of anthropology related to the various ethnic groups that reside in the nations of Europe. According to German monograph Minderheitenrechte in Europa co-edited by Pan and Pfeil (2002) there are 87 distinct peoples of Europe, of which 33 form the majority population in at least one sovereign state, while the remaining 54 constitute ethnic minorities. The total number of national minority populations in Europe is estimated at 105 million people, or 14% of 770 million Europeans." (DBpedia, 2017)

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URI: http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/cwrc#europeanEthnicity
Tag: cwrc:europeanEthnicity
prov:wasDerivedFrom: dbpedia:Ethnic_groups_in_Europe
rdf:type: cwrc:Ethnicity skos:Concept
skos:inScheme: cwrc:Ethnicity
*skos:related: cwrc:whiteEthnicity
skos:narrowerTransitive: cwrc:anglo-IrishEthnicity cwrc:anglo-NormanEthnicity cwrc:celticEthnicity cwrc:englishEthnicity cwrc:irishEthnicity cwrc:scottishEthnicity cwrc:thracianEthnicity cwrc:wendishEthnicity

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Gael

"The Gaels (English pronunciation: /ɡeːlˠ/; Irish: Na Gaeil; Scottish Gaelic: Na Gàidheil), also known as Goidels, are an ethnolinguistic group indigenous to northwestern Europe. They are associated with the Gaelic languages; a branch of the Celtic languages comprising Irish, Manx and Scottish Gaelic. Other ethnonyms historically associated with the Gaels include Irish and Scots, but the scope of those nationalities is today more complex. Gaelic language and culture originated in Ireland, extending to Dál Riata in southwest Scotland. In the Middle Ages, it became dominant throughout Scotland and the Isle of Man also. However, in most areas, the Gaels were gradually anglicized and the Gaelic languages supplanted by English. The modern descendants of the Gaels have spread throughout much of Great Britain and as far as the Americas and Oceania." (DBpedia, 2017)

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[skos:altLabel: highland ]

URI: http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/cwrc#gaelEthnicity
Tag: cwrc:gaelEthnicity
prov:wasDerivedFrom: dbpedia:Gaels
rdf:type: cwrc:Ethnicity skos:Concept
skos:broaderTransitive: cwrc:scottishEthnicity
skos:inScheme: cwrc:Ethnicity

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Igbo

"The Igbo people, also erroneously known as the "Ibo people" (because certain Europeans had difficulty making the /ɡ͡b/ sound), are an indigenous linguistic and cultural people of southern Nigeria. Geographically, the Igbo homeland is divided into two unequal sections by the Niger River– an eastern (which is the larger of the two) and a western section. Culturally and linguistically, the Niger River has provided an easy means of communication and unity amongst the Igbo natives on both sides, as well as promoted ancient trade and movement of peoples between Igboland and the rest of the world." (DBpedia, 2018)

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URI: http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/cwrc#igboEthnicity
Tag: cwrc:igboEthnicity
prov:wasDerivedFrom: dbpedia:Igbo_people
rdf:type: cwrc:Ethnicity skos:Concept
skos:inScheme: cwrc:Ethnicity

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Indigenous (of the Americas)

"The indigenous peoples of the Americas are the pre-Columbian peoples of the Americans and their descendants. Pueblos indígenas or indígenas (lit. "indigenous peoples") is a common term in Spanish-speaking countries, and pueblos nativos or nativos (lit. "native peoples" in the sense of descendants of non-immigrants) may also be heard, while aborigen (aborigine) is used in Argentina, and pueblos aborígenes (aboriginal peoples) is common in Chile. The term "Amerindian" (short for "'Indians' of the Americas)" is used in Quebec, The Guianas, and the English-speaking Caribbean. Indigenous peoples are commonly known in Canada as Aboriginal peoples, which includes not only First Nations and Arctic Inuit, but also the minority population of First Nations-European mixed-race Métis people who identify culturally and ethnically with indigenous peoplehood. This is contrasted, for instance, to the American Indian-European mixed-race mestizos of Hispanic America (caboclos in Brazil) who, with their larger population (in most Latin American countries constituting either outright majorities, pluralities, or at the least large minorities), identify largely as a new ethnic group distinct from both Europeans and Indigenous Americans, but still considering themselves a subset of the European-derived Hispanic peoplehood in culture and ethnicity. Indigenous peoples of the United States are commonly known as Native Americans or American Indians, and Alaska Natives. Application of the term "Indian" originated with Christopher Columbus, who, in his search for Asia, thought that he had arrived in the East Indies. Eventually, the Americas came to be known as the "West Indies", a name still used to refer to the islands of the Caribbean Sea. This led to the blanket term "Indies" and "Indians" (Spanish "indios") for the indigenous inhabitants, which implied some kind of racial or cultural unity among the indigenous peoples of the Americas. This unifying concept, codified in law, religion, and politics, was not originally accepted by the myriad groups of indigenous peoples themselves, but has since been embraced by many over the last two centuries. Even though the term "Indian" does not include the culturally and linguistically distinct indigenous peoples of the Arctic regions of the Americas — such as the Aleuts, Inuit, or Yupik peoples, who entered the continent as a second more recent wave of migration several thousand years ago, and have much more recent genetic and cultural commonalities with the aboriginal peoples of the Asiatic Arctic Russian Far East — these groups are nonetheless considered "indigenous peoples of the Americas". Although some indigenous peoples of the Americas were traditionally hunter-gatherers—and many, especially in Amazonia, still are—many groups practiced aquaculture and agriculture. The impact of their agricultural endowment to the world is a testament to their time and work in reshaping and cultivating the flora indigenous to the Americas. Although some societies depended heavily on agriculture, others practiced a mix of farming, hunting, and gathering. In some regions the indigenous peoples created monumental architecture, large-scale organized cities, chiefdoms, states, and empires. Many parts of the Americas are still populated by indigenous peoples; some countries have sizable populations, especially Belize, Bolivia, Chile, Ecuador, Greenland, Guatemala, Mexico, and Peru. At least a thousand different indigenous languages are spoken in the Americas. Some, such as the Quechuan languages, Aymara, Guaraní, Mayan languages, and Nahuatl, count their speakers in millions. Many also maintain aspects of indigenous cultural practices to varying degrees, including religion, social organization, and subsistence practices. Like most cultures, over time, cultures specific to many indigenous peoples have evolved to incorporate traditional aspects, but also cater to modern needs. Some indigenous peoples still live in relative isolation from Western culture and a few are still counted as uncontacted peoples." (DBpedia, 2017) The term is deeply contested. See: Native American name controversy - Wikipedia

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[skos:altLabel: Amer-Indians ]

URI: http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/cwrc#indigenousPeoplesOfAmericasEthnicity
Tag: cwrc:indigenousPeoplesOfAmericasEthnicity
prov:wasDerivedFrom: dbpedia:Indigenous_peoples_of_the_Americas
rdf:type: cwrc:Ethnicity skos:Concept
skos:inScheme: cwrc:Ethnicity

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Irish

"The Irish people (Irish: Muintir na hÉireann or Na hÉireannaigh) are a nation and ethnic group native to the island of Ireland, who share a common Irish ancestry, identity and culture. Ireland has been inhabited for about 9,000 years according to archaeological studies (see Prehistoric Ireland). For most of Ireland's recorded history, the Irish have been primarily a Gaelic people (see Gaelic Ireland). Anglo-Normans conquered parts of Ireland in the 12th century, while England's 16th/17th century (re)conquest and colonization of Ireland brought a large number of English and Lowland Scots to parts of the island, especially the north. Today, Ireland is made up of the Republic of Ireland (an independent state), and the smaller Northern Ireland (a part of the United Kingdom)." (DBpedia, 2017)

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[skos:altLabel: irish ancestry ]

URI: http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/cwrc#irishEthnicity
Tag: cwrc:irishEthnicity
prov:wasDerivedFrom: dbpedia:Irish_people
rdf:type: cwrc:Ethnicity skos:Concept
skos:broaderTransitive: cwrc:europeanEthnicity
skos:inScheme: cwrc:Ethnicity

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Jamaican

"Jamaicans are the citizens of Jamaica and their descendants in the Jamaican diaspora. Most Jamaicans are of African descent, with smaller minorities of Europeans, East Indians, Chinese, Mixed-Race, and others. The bulk of the Jamaican diaspora resides in Canada, United States, Panama and the United Kingdom and in the other Anglophone countries." (DBpedia, 2018)

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[skos:altLabel: Jamaican-born ]

URI: http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/cwrc#jamaicanEthnicity
Tag: cwrc:jamaicanEthnicity
prov:wasDerivedFrom: dbpedia:Jamaicans
rdf:type: cwrc:Ethnicity skos:Concept
skos:inScheme: cwrc:Ethnicity

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Jewish

"The Jews (/dʒuːz/; Hebrew: יְהוּדִים ISO 259-3 Yehudim, Israeli pronunciation [jehuˈdim]), also known as the Jewish people, are an ethnoreligious group originating from the Israelites, or Hebrews, of the Ancient Near East. Jewish ethnicity, nationhood and religion are strongly interrelated, as Judaism is the traditional faith of the Jewish nation, while its observance varies from strict observance to complete nonobservance. Jews originated as a national and religious group in the Middle East during the second millennium BCE, in the part of the Levant known as the Land of Israel. The Merneptah Stele appears to confirm the existence of a people of Israel, associated with the god El, somewhere in Canaan as far back as the 13th century BCE (Late Bronze Age). The Israelites, as an outgrowth of the Canaanite population, consolidated their hold with the emergence of the Kingdom of Israel, and the Kingdom of Judah. Some consider that these Canaanite sedentary Israelites melded with incoming nomadic groups known as 'Hebrews'. Though few sources in the Bible mention the exilic periods in detail, the experience of diaspora life, from the Ancient Egyptian rule over the Levant, to Assyrian Captivity and Exile, to Babylonian Captivity and Exile, to Seleucid Imperial rule, to the Roman occupation, and the historical relations between Israelites and their homeland, became a major feature of Jewish history, identity and memory. The worldwide Jewish population reached a peak of 16.7 million prior to World War II, but approximately 6 million Jews were systematically murdered during the Holocaust. Since then the population has slowly risen again, and as of 2015 was estimated at 14.3 million by the Berman Jewish DataBank, or less than 0.2% of the total world population (roughly one in every 514 people). According to the report, about 43% of all Jews reside in Israel (6.4 million), and 40% in the United States (5.7 million), with most of the remainder living in Europe (1.4 million) and Canada (0.4 million). These numbers include all those who self-identified as Jews in a socio-demographic study or were identified as such by a respondent in the same household. The exact world Jewish population, however, is difficult to measure. In addition to issues with census methodology, disputes among proponents of halakhic, secular, political, and ancestral identification factors regarding who is a Jew may affect the figure considerably depending on the source. Israel is the only country where Jews form a majority of the population. The modern State of Israel was established as a Jewish state and defines itself as such in its Declaration of Independence and Basic Laws. Its Law of Return grants the right of citizenship to any Jew who requests it. Despite their small percentage of the world's population, Jews have significantly influenced and contributed to human progress in many fields, including philosophy, ethics, literature, business, fine arts and architecture, religion, music, theatre and cinema, medicine, as well as science and technology, both historically and in modern times." (DBpedia, 2017)

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[skos:altLabel: a Jewish Jew Jews Jewish Judaism Jewry one-quarter Jewish ]

URI: http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/cwrc#jewishEthnicity
Tag: cwrc:jewishEthnicity
cwrc:representedBy: cwrc:jewishLabel
prov:wasDerivedFrom: dbpedia:Jews
rdf:type: cwrc:Ethnicity skos:Concept
skos:inScheme: cwrc:Ethnicity
skos:narrowerTransitive: cwrc:ashkenaziJewishEthnicity cwrc:sephardicJewishEthnicity

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Parsi

"Parsi /ˈpɑːrsiː/ (or Parsee) is one of two Zoroastrian communities (the other being Iranis) primarily located in South Asia. According to the Qissa-i Sanjan, Parsis migrated from Greater Iran to Gujarat and Sindh between the 8th and 10th century CE to avoid the persecution of Zoroastrians following the Muslim conquest of Persia. The word پارسیان, pronounced "Parsian", i.e. "Parsi" in the Persian language literally means Persian. Persian is the official language of modern Iran, which was formerly known as Persia, and the Persian language's endonym is Farsi, an arabization of the word Parsi." (DBpedia, 2018)

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URI: http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/cwrc#parsiEthnicity
Tag: cwrc:parsiEthnicity
prov:wasDerivedFrom: dbpedia:Parsi
rdf:type: cwrc:Ethnicity skos:Concept
skos:inScheme: cwrc:Ethnicity

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Punjabi

"The Punjabis (Punjabi: پنجابی, ਪੰਜਾਬੀ, पंजाबी), or Punjabi people, are an Indo-Aryan ethnic group originating from the Punjab region, found in Pakistan and northern India. Punjab literally means the land of five waters (Persian: panj ("five") āb ("waters"). The name of the region was introduced by the Turko-Persian conquerors of India and more formally popularised during the Mughal Empire. Punjab is often referred to as the breadbasket in both Pakistan and India. The coalescence of the various tribes, castes and the inhabitants of the Punjab into a broader common "Punjabi" identity initiated from the onset of the 18th century CE. Prior to that the sense and perception of a common "Punjabi" ethno-cultural identity and community did not exist, even though the majority of the various communities of the Punjab had long shared linguistic, cultural and racial commonalities. Traditionally, Punjabi identity is primarily linguistic, geographical and cultural. Its identity is independent of historical origin or religion, and refers to those who reside in the Punjab region, or associate with its population, and those who consider the Punjabi language their mother tongue. Integration and assimilation are important parts of Punjabi culture, since Punjabi identity is not based solely on tribal connections. More or less all Punjabis share the same cultural background. Historically, the Punjabi people were a heterogeneous group and were subdivided into a number of clans called biradari (literally meaning "brotherhood") or tribes, with each person bound to a clan. However, Punjabi identity also included those who did not belong to any of the historical tribes. With the passage of time tribal structures are coming to an end and are being replaced with a more cohesive and holistic society, as community building and group cohesiveness form the new pillars of Punjabi society." (DBpedia, 2018)

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URI: http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/cwrc#punjabiEthnicity
Tag: cwrc:punjabiEthnicity
prov:wasDerivedFrom: dbpedia:Punjabis
rdf:type: cwrc:Ethnicity skos:Concept
skos:inScheme: cwrc:Ethnicity

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Romani

"The Romani (also spelled Romany; /ˈroʊməni/, /ˈrɒ-/), or Roma, are a traditionally nomadic ethnic group, living mostly in Europe and the Americas and originating from the northern regions of the Indian subcontinent, presumably from where the states Rajasthan, Haryana, and Punjab exist today. The Romani are widely known among English-speaking people by the exonym "Gypsies" (or "Gipsies"), which some people consider pejorative due to its connotations of illegality and irregularity."(DBpedia, 2017)

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[skos:altLabel: gypsies gypsy gipsy Roma ]

URI: http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/cwrc#romaniEthnicity
Tag: cwrc:romaniEthnicity
prov:wasDerivedFrom: dbpedia:Romani_people
rdf:type: cwrc:Ethnicity skos:Concept
skos:inScheme: cwrc:Ethnicity

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Scottish

"The Scottish people (Scots: Scots Fowk, Scottish Gaelic: Albannaich), or Scots, are a nation and socially defined ethnic group resident in Scotland. Historically, they emerged from an amalgamation of two groups—the Picts and Gaels—who founded the Kingdom of Scotland (or Alba) in the 9th century, and thought to have been ethnolinguistically Celts. Later, the neighbouring Cumbrian Britons, who also spoke a Celtic language, as well as Germanic-speaking Anglo-Saxons and Norse, were incorporated into the Scottish nation." (DBpedia, 2018)

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[skos:altLabel: highland ]

URI: http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/cwrc#scottishEthnicity
Tag: cwrc:scottishEthnicity
prov:wasDerivedFrom: dbpedia:Scottish_people
rdf:type: cwrc:Ethnicity skos:Concept
skos:broaderTransitive: cwrc:europeanEthnicity
skos:inScheme: cwrc:Ethnicity
skos:narrowerTransitive: cwrc:gaelEthnicity

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Sephardic Jewish

"Sephardi Jews, also known as Sephardic Jews or simply Sephardim (Hebrew: סְפָרַדִּים, Modern Hebrew: Sfaraddim, Tiberian: Səp̄āraddîm; also יְהוּדֵי סְפָרַד Y'hudey Spharad, lit. "The Jews of Spain"), are a Jewish ethnic division whose ethnogenesis and emergence as a distinct community of Jews coalesced in the Iberian Peninsula around the start of the 2nd millennium (i.e., about the year 1000). They established communities throughout Spain and Portugal, where they traditionally resided, evolving what would become their distinctive characteristics and diasporic identity." (DBpedia, 2017)

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[skos:altLabel: ]

URI: http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/cwrc#sephardicJewishEthnicity
Tag: cwrc:sephardicJewishEthnicity
prov:wasDerivedFrom: dbpedia:Sephardi_Jews
rdf:type: cwrc:Ethnicity skos:Concept
skos:broaderTransitive: cwrc:jewishEthnicity
skos:inScheme: cwrc:Ethnicity

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Slav

"Slavs are the largest Indo-European ethno-linguistic group in Europe. They are native to Central Europe, Eastern Europe, Southeast Europe, Northeastern Europe, North Asia and Central Asia. Slavs speak Indo-European Slavic languages. From the early 6th century they spread to inhabit most of Central and Eastern Europe and Southeast Europe. States with slavic-based languages comprise over 50% of the territory of Europe.Present-day Slavic people are classified into West Slavs (chiefly Poles, Czechs and Slovaks), East Slavs (chiefly Russians, Belarusians, and Ukrainians), and South Slavs (chiefly Serbs, Croats, Bosniaks, ethnic Macedonians, Slovenes, Montenegrins of the Former Yugoslavia and Bulgarians). Modern Slavic nations and ethnic groups are considerably diverse both genetically and culturally, and relations between them – even within the individual ethnic groups themselves – are varied, ranging from a sense of connection to mutual feelings of hostility." (DBpedia, 2018)

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[skos:altLabel: Slavic ]

URI: http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/cwrc#slavEthnicity
Tag: cwrc:slavEthnicity
prov:wasDerivedFrom: dbpedia:Slavs
rdf:type: cwrc:Ethnicity skos:Concept
skos:inScheme: cwrc:Ethnicity

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Thracian

"The Thracians (/ˈθreɪʃənz/; Ancient Greek: Θρᾷκες Thrāikes, Latin: Thraci) were a group of Indo-European tribes inhabiting a large area in southeastern Europe. They spoke the Thracian language – a scarcely attested branch of the Indo-European language family. The study of Thracians and Thracian culture is known as Thracology." (DBpedia, 2017)

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[skos:altLabel: Thracians ]

URI: http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/cwrc#thracianEthnicity
Tag: cwrc:thracianEthnicity
prov:wasDerivedFrom: dbpedia:Thracians
rdf:type: cwrc:Ethnicity skos:Concept
skos:broaderTransitive: cwrc:europeanEthnicity
skos:inScheme: cwrc:Ethnicity

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Wendish

"Wends (Old English: Winedas, Old Norse: Vindr, German: Wenden, Winden, Danish: vendere, Swedish: vender, Polish: Wendowie) is a historical name for the West Slavs living near Germanic settlement areas. It does not refer to a homogeneous people, but to various peoples, tribes or groups depending on where and when it is used." (DBpedia, 2017)

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[skos:altLabel: Wends or Sorbs ]

URI: http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/cwrc#wendishEthnicity
Tag: cwrc:wendishEthnicity
prov:wasDerivedFrom: dbpedia:Wends
rdf:type: cwrc:Ethnicity skos:Concept
skos:broaderTransitive: cwrc:europeanEthnicity
skos:inScheme: cwrc:Ethnicity

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West Indian

"A West Indian is a native or inhabitant of the West Indies (the Antilles and the Lucayan Archipelago). For more than 100 years the words West Indian specifically described natives of the West Indies, but by 1661 Europeans had begun to use it also to describe the descendants of European colonists who stayed in the West Indies. Some West Indian people reserve this term for citizens or natives of the British West Indies." (DBpedia, 2018)

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URI: http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/cwrc#westIndianEthnicity
Tag: cwrc:westIndianEthnicity
prov:wasDerivedFrom: dbpedia:Antilles dbpedia:West_Indian
rdf:type: cwrc:Ethnicity skos:Concept
skos:inScheme: cwrc:Ethnicity

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white

"White people is a racial classification specifier, used for people of Europid ancestry, with the exact implications dependent on context. The contemporary usage of 'white people' or a 'white race; as a large group of (mainly European) populations contrasting with 'black', American Indian, 'colored' or non-white originates in the 17th century. It is today particularly used as a racial classifier in multiracial societies, such as the United States (White American), the United Kingdom (White British), Brazil (White Brazilian), and South Africa (White South African). Various social constructions of whiteness have been significant to national identity, public policy, religion, population statistics, racial segregation, affirmative action, white privilege, eugenics, racial marginalization and racial quotas. The term 'white race' or 'white people' entered the major European languages in the later 17th century, in the context of racialized slavery and unequal status in European colonies. Description of populations as 'white' in reference to their skin color predates this notion and is found in Greco-Roman ethnography and other ancient sources. Scholarship on race generally distinguishes the modern concept from pre-modern descriptions of collective difference." (DBpedia, 2017)

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URI: http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/cwrc#whiteEthnicity
Tag: cwrc:whiteEthnicity
cwrc:representedBy: cwrc:whiteLabel
prov:wasDerivedFrom: dbpedia:White_people
rdf:type: cwrc:Ethnicity skos:Concept
skos:inScheme: cwrc:Ethnicity
skos:related: cwrc:europeanEthnicity

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androgynous

Indicates gender ambiguity or indeterminacy, and the adoption or presentation of a blend of both masculine and feminine gender attributes and behaviour. The term is strongly associated with the nineteenth and twentieth centuries, when it was redefined by Jungian theories and later by Jungian feminist psychologists (Elizabeth Wright, 1992). Androgyny may involve cross-dressing, or appropriation of external attributes usually assigned to the supposedly opposite sex or gender. It may be understood as gender indetermination, gender neutrality, or a fairly balanced mix of male and female attributes. The term also has political significance in some feminist circles. For example, androgyny is an important feature in Virginia Woolf's vision of writing and creative processes (Virginia Woolf, 1929).

URI: http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/cwrc#Androgynous
Tag: cwrc:Androgynous
rdf:type: cwrc:Gender skos:Concept
skos:inScheme: cwrc:Gender

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genderqueer

Indicates refusal of dominant gender categories and cisnormativity, and identification with both, a combination, or neither of the dominant binary gender roles. The term is strongly associated with the late twentieth and twenty-first centuries. It comes from deconstructionist and post-structuralist theory, and was coined by Teresa de Lauretis at a conference in 1990. Because "queer" identity is recent, its definition is still debated among scholars and activists. Even though it is not rigidly defined, the term is increasingly deployed to refer to a large category of people who are not "straight", in a sense that is not restricted to sexual orientation. Following Judith Butler, queerness is not understood as an essence, but best described as a doing or performance, a way to situate oneself deliberately against traditional notions of gender. See Genderqueer - Wikipedia.

URI: http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/cwrc#GenderQueer
Tag: cwrc:GenderQueer
cwrc:representedBy: cwrc:queerLabel
rdf:type: cwrc:Gender skos:Concept
skos:inScheme: cwrc:Gender

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blackwoman

An intersectional identity that co-occurs with but is not reducible to the combination of "has gender identity woman" and "has race or colour identity black". See Black women - Wikipedia and (Kimberlé Crenshaw, 1989).

URI: http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/cwrc#blackWomanRaceColour
Tag: cwrc:blackWomanRaceColour
rdf:type: cwrc:Gender cwrc:RaceColour skos:Concept
skos:inScheme: cwrc:RaceColour

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cisgender

Indicates alignment between a person's gender identity and their sex as understood or assigned at birth. As per the Trans Student Educational Resources (TSER), "the term is not indicative of gender expression, sexual orientation, hormonal makeup, physical anatomy, or how one is perceived in daily life" (TSER, 2017).

URI: http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/cwrc#cisGender
Tag: cwrc:cisGender
rdf:type: cwrc:Gender skos:Concept
skos:inScheme: cwrc:Gender

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cisman

Indicates a cisgendered man.

URI: http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/cwrc#cisMan
Tag: cwrc:cisMan
cwrc:representedBy: cwrc:manLabel
rdf:type: cwrc:Gender skos:Concept
skos:inScheme: cwrc:Gender

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ciswoman

Indicates a cisgendered woman.

URI: http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/cwrc#cisWoman
Tag: cwrc:cisWoman
cwrc:representedBy: cwrc:womanLabel
rdf:type: cwrc:Gender skos:Concept
skos:inScheme: cwrc:Gender

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man

Indicates identification with or labelling as the gender man, and who is often but not necessarily understood to be sexed male.

[skos:altLabel: male ]

URI: http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/cwrc#man
Tag: cwrc:man
cwrc:representedBy: cwrc:manLabel
rdf:type: cwrc:Gender skos:Concept
skos:inScheme: cwrc:Gender

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transgender

Indicates divergence of a person's gender identity from their sex as understood or assigned at birth. Unlike transwoman or transman, "the term transgender is not indicative of gender expression," nor is it indicative of "sexual orientation, hormonal makeup, physical anatomy, or how one is perceived in daily life."(TSER, 2017)

[skos:altLabel: transgendered ]

URI: http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/cwrc#transGender
Tag: cwrc:transGender
rdf:type: cwrc:Gender skos:Concept
skos:inScheme: cwrc:Gender

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transman/transmale

Typically indicates identification as a man while having been assigned the sex "female" at birth. Some trans men prefer to drop the prefix "trans" and keep the label "man" (TSER, 2017). This definition includes trans boys too.

[skos:altLabel: transgendered female to male ]

URI: http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/cwrc#transMan
Tag: cwrc:transMan
cwrc:representedBy: cwrc:manLabel
rdf:type: cwrc:Gender skos:Concept
skos:inScheme: cwrc:Gender

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transwoman/transfemale

Typically indicates identification as a woman while having been assigned the sex "male" at birth. Some trans women prefer to drop the prefix "trans" and keep the label "woman" (TSER, 2017). This definition includes trans girls too.

[skos:altLabel: transgendered male to female ]

URI: http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/cwrc#transWoman
Tag: cwrc:transWoman
cwrc:representedBy: cwrc:womanLabel
rdf:type: cwrc:Gender skos:Concept
skos:inScheme: cwrc:Gender

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undefined

Indicates that the person's gender is not disclosed by them or is not indicated in the source.

URI: http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/cwrc#undefinedGender
Tag: cwrc:undefinedGender
rdf:type: cwrc:Gender skos:Concept
skos:inScheme: cwrc:Gender

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woman

Indicates a subject identification with or labelling as the gender woman, and who is often but not necessarily understood to be sexed female. "One is not born, but rather becomes, woman." (Simone de Beauvoir, 1973)

[skos:altLabel: female ]

URI: http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/cwrc#woman
Tag: cwrc:woman
cwrc:representedBy: cwrc:womanLabel
rdf:type: cwrc:Gender skos:Concept
skos:inScheme: cwrc:Gender

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England

Indicates a subject's identification with or labeling as of English heritage in relation to a place, often England.

URI: http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/cwrc#englishGeographicHeritage
Tag: cwrc:englishGeographicHeritage
cwrc:representedBy: cwrc:englishLabel
owl:sameAs: eurovoc:5438
rdf:type: cwrc:GeographicHeritage skos:Concept
skos:inScheme: cwrc:GeographicHeritage

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Jewish

Indicates a subject's identification with or labelling as of Jewish heritage in relation to a place, which may or may not be Israel.

URI: http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/cwrc#jewishGeographicHeritage
Tag: cwrc:jewishGeographicHeritage
cwrc:representedBy: cwrc:jewishLabel
rdf:type: cwrc:GeographicHeritage skos:Concept
skos:closeMatch: dbpedia:Jewish_identity
skos:inScheme: cwrc:GeographicHeritage

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African

"The African diaspora refers to the communities throughout the world that have resulted by descent from the movement in historic times of peoples from Africa, predominantly to the Americas, Europe, the Middle East, Asia, and among other areas around the globe. The term has been historically applied in particular to the descendants of the West and Central Africans who were enslaved and shipped to the Americas in the Atlantic slave trade between the 16th and 19th centuries, with their largest populations in Brazil (see Afro-Brazilian), the United States, and others. Some scholars identify "four circulatory phases" of migration out of Africa." (DBpedia, 2018)

Comment: The description for this term is indebted to DBpedia.

URI: http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/cwrc#africanNationalHeritage
Tag: cwrc:africanNationalHeritage
prov:wasDerivedFrom: dbpedia:African_diaspora
rdf:type: cwrc:NationalHeritage skos:Concept
skos:inScheme: cwrc:NationalHeritage

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Anglo-Irish

"Anglo-Irish (Irish: Angla-Éireannach) was a term used primarily in the 19th and early 20th centuries to identify a privileged social class in Ireland, whose members were mostly the descendants and successors of the Protestant Ascendancy. They mostly belonged to the Anglican Church of Ireland, which was the established church of Ireland until 1871, or to a lesser extent one of the English dissenting churches, such as the Methodist church. Its members tended to follow English practices in matters of culture, science, law, agriculture and politics. Many became eminent as administrators in the British Empire and as senior army and naval officers." (DBpedia, 2018)

Comment: The description for this term is indebted to DBpedia.

URI: http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/cwrc#anglo-IrishNationalHeritage
Tag: cwrc:anglo-IrishNationalHeritage
prov:wasDerivedFrom: dbpedia:Anglo-Irish_people
rdf:type: cwrc:NationalHeritage skos:Concept
skos:inScheme: cwrc:NationalHeritage

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bengali

"Bengal (bɛŋgəl; Bengali: বাংলা and বঙ্গ) is a region in Asia which is located in the eastern part of the Indian subcontinent at the apex of the Bay of Bengal. Geographically, it is made up by the Ganges-Brahmaputra delta system, the largest such formation in the world; along with mountains in its north (bordering the Himalayan states) and east (bordering Northeast India and Burma). Politically, Bengal is divided between the sovereign republic of Bangladesh, which covers two-thirds of the region, and West Bengal, which is a part of the Republic of India, in the western part of the region. In 2011, the population of Bengal was estimated to be 250 million, making it the most densely populated region in South Asia. An estimated 160 million people live in Bangladesh, while 91.3 million people live in West Bengal. The predominant ethno-linguistic group are the Bengali people, who speak the Indo-Aryan Bengali language. Bengali Muslims are the majority in Bangladesh. Bengali Hindus are the majority in West Bengal. Outside Bengal proper, the Indian territories of Tripura, the Barak Valley of Assam and the Andaman and Nicobar Islands; as well as Myanmar's Rakhine State; are also home to significant communities with Bengali heritage. Dense woodlands, including hilly rainforests, cover Bengal's northern and eastern areas; while an elevated forested plateau covers its central area. In the littoral southwest are the Sunderbans, the world's largest mangrove forest and home of the Bengal tiger. In the coastal southeast lies Cox's Bazaar, the longest beach in the world at 125 km (78 mi). The Bengali calendar divides the region's climate into six seasons. Bengal has played a major role in the history of Asia. In antiquity, its kingdoms were known as seafaring nations. At times an independent regional empire, or a bastion of larger empires, the historical region was a leading power of the Indian subcontinent and the Islamic East. It had extensive trade networks. Bengali culture has had a significant influence on other cultures, especially in the fields of literature, music, art, architecture, sports, commerce, politics and cuisine." (DBpedia, 2018)

Comment: The description for this term is indebted to DBpedia.

URI: http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/cwrc#bengaliNationalHeritage
Tag: cwrc:bengaliNationalHeritage
prov:wasDerivedFrom: dbpedia:Bengal
rdf:type: cwrc:NationalHeritage skos:Concept
skos:inScheme: cwrc:NationalHeritage

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Cornish

"Cornish people or Cornish (Cornish: Kernowyon) are an ethnic group associated with Cornwall, in the south west of Great Britain, administered as part of England, and a recognised national minority in the United Kingdom. The Cornish thus represent a distinct ethnic group within the UK, which can trace its roots to the ancient Britons who inhabited southern and central Great Britain before the Roman conquest, and some in the county today continue to assert a distinct identity, separately or in addition to English or British identities. Cornish identity has been adopted by migrants into Cornwall, as well as by emigrant and descendant communities from Cornwall, the latter sometimes referred to as the Cornish diaspora. Although not included as an explicit option in the UK census, the numbers of" (DBpedia, 2018)

Comment: The description for this term is indebted to DBpedia.

URI: http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/cwrc#cornishNationalHeritage
Tag: cwrc:cornishNationalHeritage
prov:wasDerivedFrom: dbpedia:Cornish_people
rdf:type: cwrc:NationalHeritage skos:Concept
skos:inScheme: cwrc:NationalHeritage

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Dutch

"The Dutch (Dutch: ), occasionally referred to as Netherlanders—a term that is cognate to the Dutch word for Dutch people, "Nederlanders"—are a Germanic ethnic group native to the Netherlands. They share a common culture and speak the Dutch language. Dutch people and their descendants are found in migrant communities worldwide, notably in Aruba, Suriname, Guyana, Curaçao, Argentina, Brazil, Canada, Australia, South Africa, New Zealand, and the United States." (DBpedia, 2018)

Comment: The description for this term is indebted to DBpedia.

URI: http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/cwrc#dutchNationalHeritage
Tag: cwrc:dutchNationalHeritage
prov:wasDerivedFrom: dbpedia:Dutch_people
rdf:type: cwrc:NationalHeritage skos:Concept
skos:inScheme: cwrc:NationalHeritage

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European

Indicates a subject's identity or labelling as of European national heritage.

URI: http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/cwrc#europeanNationalHeritage
Tag: cwrc:europeanNationalHeritage
rdf:type: cwrc:NationalHeritage skos:Concept
skos:inScheme: cwrc:NationalHeritage

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Flemish

"The Flemish or Flemings (Dutch: Vlamingen) are a Germanic ethnic group, who speak Flemish Dutch. They are mostly found in the contemporary region of Flanders. They are one of two principal ethnic groups in Belgium, the other being the French-speaking Walloons. The Flemings make up the majority of the Belgian population (about 60%). Historically, all inhabitants of the medieval County of Flanders were called Flemings, irrespective of the language spoken. The contemporary region of Flanders comprises a part of this historical county, as well as parts of the medieval duchy of Brabant and the medieval county of Loon." (DBpedia, 2018)

Comment: The description for this term is indebted to DBpedia.

URI: http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/cwrc#flemishNationalHeritage
Tag: cwrc:flemishNationalHeritage
prov:wasDerivedFrom: dbpedia:Flemish_people
rdf:type: cwrc:NationalHeritage skos:Concept
skos:inScheme: cwrc:NationalHeritage

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Huguenot

"A Huguenot (/ˈhjuːɡənɒt/, /ˈhjuːɡənoʊ/ or /ˌhjuːɡəˈnoʊ/; French: [yɡ(ə)nõ]) is a designation for a French Protestant who follows the Reformed tradition. It was used frequently to describe members of the French Reformed Church until the beginning of the 19th century. The term traces back its origin to 16th century France. Historically, Huguenots were French Protestants inspired by the writings of John Calvin. Huguenots endorsed the Reformed tradition of Protestantism, as opposed to largely German Lutheran population in Alsace, Moselle, and around Montbéliard. Hans J. Hillerbrand in his Encyclopedia of Protestantism: 4-volume Set claims the Huguenot community reached as much as 10% of the French population on the eve of the St. Bartholomew's Day massacre, declining to 7-8% by the end of the 16th century, and further after heavy persecution began once again with the Revocation of the Edict of Nantes by Louis XIV of France. Huguenot numbers peaked near an estimated two million by 1562, concentrated mainly in the southern and western parts of France. As Huguenots gained influence and more openly displayed their faith, Catholic hostility grew, in spite of political concessions and edicts of toleration from the French crown. A series of religious conflicts followed, known as the French Wars of Religion, fought intermittently from 1562 to 1598. The wars finally ended with the granting of the Edict of Nantes, which granted the Huguenots substantial religious, political, and military autonomy. Huguenot rebellions in the 1620s prompted the abolishment of their political and military privileges; they retained the religious provisions of the Edict of Nantes until the rule of Louis XIV. Louis XIV gradually increased persecution of them until he issued the Edict of Fontainebleau (1685), ending any legal recognition of Protestantism in France, and forcing the Huguenots to convert or flee in a wave of violent dragonnades. Louis XIV claimed the French Huguenot population of 800,000 to 900,000 individuals was reduced to 1,000 or 1,500 individuals; a huge overestimate, although dragonnades were indeed the most devastating event for the minority. Nevertheless, now tiny minority of Huguenots remained, and faced continued persecution under Louis XV. Persecution of Protestants diminished significantly in France after the death of Louis XIV in 1715, and then after the death of Louis XV in 1774. It officially ended with the Edict of Versailles, commonly called the Edict of Tolerance, signed by Louis XVI in 1787. Two years later, with the Declaration of the Rights of Man and Citizen of 1789, Protestants gained equal rights as citizens. The bulk of Huguenot émigrés relocated to Protestant nations such as England, Wales, Scotland, Denmark, Sweden, Switzerland, the Dutch Republic, the Electorate of Brandenburg and Electorate of the Palatinate in the Holy Roman Empire, the Duchy of Prussia, the Channel Islands, and Ireland. They also spread to the Dutch Cape Colony in South Africa, the Dutch East Indies, the Caribbean, New Netherland, several of the English colonies in North America, and Quebec, where they were generally accepted and allowed to worship freely. In the 21st century, most Huguenots have been assimilated into various societies and cultures, but remnant communities of Camisards in the Cévennes and French members of the largely German Protestant Reformed Church of Alsace and Lorraine, as well as Huguenot diaspora in England and Australia still retain their beliefs, and Huguenot designation." (DBpedia, 2018)

Comment: The description for this term is indebted to DBpedia.

URI: http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/cwrc#huguenotNationalHeritage
Tag: cwrc:huguenotNationalHeritage
prov:wasDerivedFrom: dbpedia:Huguenot
rdf:type: cwrc:NationalHeritage cwrc:Religion skos:Concept
skos:inScheme: cwrc:NationalHeritage
skos:narrowerTransitive: cwrc:camisards

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Iroquois

"The Iroquois (/ˈɪrəkwɔɪ/ or /ˈɪrəkwɑː/) or Haudenosaunee (/ˈhoʊdənoʊˈʃoʊni/) are a historically powerful and important northeast Native American confederacy. They were known during the colonial years to the French as the "Iroquois League," and later as the "Iroquois Confederacy," and to the English as the "Five Nations" (before 1722), and later as the "Six Nations," comprising the Mohawk, Onondaga, Oneida, Cayuga, Seneca, and Tuscarora peoples." (DBpedia, 2018)

Comment: The description for this term is indebted to DBpedia.

URI: http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/cwrc#iroquoisNationalHeritage
Tag: cwrc:iroquoisNationalHeritage
prov:wasDerivedFrom: dbpedia:Iroquois
rdf:type: cwrc:NationalHeritage skos:Concept
skos:inScheme: cwrc:NationalHeritage

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Jewish

"The Jews (/dʒuːz/; Hebrew: יְהוּדִים ISO 259-3 Yehudim, Israeli pronunciation [jehuˈdim]), also known as the Jewish people, are an ethnoreligious group originating from the Israelites, or Hebrews, of the Ancient Near East. Jewish ethnicity, nationhood and religion are strongly interrelated, as Judaism is the traditional faith of the Jewish nation, while its observance varies from strict observance to complete nonobservance." (DBpedia, 2018)

Comment: The description for this term is indebted to DBpedia.

URI: http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/cwrc#jewishNationalHeritage
Tag: cwrc:jewishNationalHeritage
prov:wasDerivedFrom: dbpedia:Jews
rdf:type: cwrc:NationalHeritage skos:Concept
skos:inScheme: cwrc:NationalHeritage

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Mohawk

"The Mohawk people (who identify as Kanien'kehá:ka) are the most easterly tribe of the Haudenosaunee, or Iroquois Confederacy. The name means "People of the Flint Place." They are an Iroquoian-speaking indigenous people of North America. The Mohawk were historically based in the Mohawk Valley in present-day upstate New York west of the Hudson River; their territory ranged north to the St. Lawrence River, southern Quebec and eastern Ontario; south to greater New Jersey and into Pennsylvania; eastward to the Green Mountains of Vermont; and westward to the border with the Iroquoian Oneida Nation's traditional homeland territory. As one of the five original members of the Iroquois League, the Mohawk were known as the Keepers of the Eastern Door. For hundreds of years, they guarded the Iroquois" (DBpedia, 2018)

Comment: The description for this term is indebted to DBpedia.

URI: http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/cwrc#mohawkNationalHeritage
Tag: cwrc:mohawkNationalHeritage
prov:wasDerivedFrom: dbpedia:Mohawk_people
rdf:type: cwrc:NationalHeritage skos:Concept
skos:inScheme: cwrc:NationalHeritage

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Norman

"The Normans (Norman: Nourmands; French: Normands; Latin: Normanni) were the people who in the 10th and 11th centuries gave their name to Normandy, a region in France. They were descended from Norse ("Norman" comes from "Norseman") raiders and pirates from Denmark, Iceland and Norway who, under their leader Rollo, agreed to swear fealty to King Charles III of West Francia. Through generations of assimilation and mixing with the native Frankish and Gallo-Roman populations, their descendants would gradually adopt the Carolingian-based cultures of West Francia, ultimately resulting in their own assimilation into the Romance society. The distinct cultural and ethnic identity of the Normans emerged initially in the first half of the 10th century, and it continued to evolve over the succeeding centuries. The Norman dynasty had a major political, cultural and military impact on medieval Europe and even the Near East. The Normans were famed for their martial spirit and eventually for their Christian piety, becoming exponents of the Catholic orthodoxy into which they assimilated. They adopted the Gallo-Romance language of the Frankish land they settled, their dialect becoming known as Norman, Normaund or Norman French, an important literary language. The Duchy of Normandy, which they formed by treaty with the French crown, was a great fief of medieval France, and under Richard I of Normandy was forged into a cohesive and formidable principality in feudal tenure. The Normans are noted both for their culture, such as their unique Romanesque architecture and musical traditions, and for their significant military accomplishments and innovations. Norman adventurers founded the Kingdom of Sicily under Roger II after conquering southern Italy from the Saracens and Byzantines, and an expedition on behalf of their duke, William the Conqueror, led to the Norman conquest of England at the Battle of Hastings in 1066. Norman cultural and military influence spread from these new European centres to the Crusader states of the Near East, where their prince Bohemond I founded the Principality of Antioch in the Levant, to Scotland and Wales in Great Britain, to Ireland, and to the coasts of north Africa and the Canary Islands. The legacy of the Normans persists today through the regional languages and dialects of France, England, and Sicily, as well as the various cultural, judicial and political arrangements they introduced in their conquered territories." (DBpedia, 2018)

Comment: The description for this term is indebted to DBpedia.

URI: http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/cwrc#normanNationalHeritage
Tag: cwrc:normanNationalHeritage
prov:wasDerivedFrom: dbpedia:Normans
rdf:type: cwrc:NationalHeritage skos:Concept
skos:inScheme: cwrc:NationalHeritage

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Tatar

"The Tatars are a Turkic people living in Asia and Europe who were one of the five major tribal confederations (khanlig) in the Mongolian plateau in the 12th century CE. The name "Tatar" first appears in written form on the Kul Tigin monument as 𐱃𐱃𐰺 (TaTaR). Today the term Tatars refers to people who speak one of the Turkic languages. The Mongol Empire, established under Genghis Khan in 1206, subjugated the Tatars. Under the leadership of Genghis Khan's grandson Batu Khan (c. 1207–1255), the Mongols moved westwards, driving with them many of the Mongol tribes toward the plains of Russia. The "Tatar" clan still exists among the Mongols and Hazaras. Russians and Europeans used the name Tatar to denote Mongols as well as Turkic peoples under Mongol rule (especially in the Golden Horde). Later, it applied to any Turkic- or Mongolic-speaking people encountered by Russians. Eventually, however, the name became associated with the Turkic Muslims of Ukraine and Russia, namely the descendants of Muslim Volga Bulgars, Kipchaks, Cumans, and Turkicized Mongols or Turko-Mongols (Nogais), as well as other Turkic-speaking peoples (Siberian Tatars, Qasim Tatars, and Mishar Tatars) in the territory of the former Russian Empire (and as such generally includes all Northwestern Turkic-speaking peoples). The Tatars formed the Turkic-speaking population of Tartary—the lands ruled by Mongol élites from the 14th century until their conquest by the Russian Empire in the 18th to 19th centuries. The largest group by far that the Russians have called "Tatars" are the Volga Tatars, native to the Volga region (Tatarstan and Bashkortostan), who for this reason are often also simply known as "Tatars", with their language known as the Tatar language. As of 2002 they had an estimated population close to 6 million." (DBpedia, 2018)

Comment: The description for this term is indebted to DBpedia.

URI: http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/cwrc#tatarNationalHeritage
Tag: cwrc:tatarNationalHeritage
prov:wasDerivedFrom: dbpedia:Tatars
rdf:type: cwrc:NationalHeritage skos:Concept
skos:inScheme: cwrc:NationalHeritage

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West Indian

"A West Indian is a native or inhabitant of the West Indies (the Antilles and the Lucayan Archipelago). For more than 100 years the words West Indian specifically described natives of the West Indies, but by 1661 Europeans had begun to use it also to describe the descendants of European colonists who stayed in the West Indies. Some West Indian people reserve this term for citizens or natives of the British West Indies." (DBpedia, 2018)

Comment: The description for this term is indebted to DBpedia.

URI: http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/cwrc#westIndianNationalHeritage
Tag: cwrc:westIndianNationalHeritage
prov:wasDerivedFrom: dbpedia:West_Indian
rdf:type: cwrc:NationalHeritage skos:Concept
skos:inScheme: cwrc:NationalHeritage

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African

Indicates a subject's identification with or labelling as African as a national identity.

URI: http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/cwrc#africanNationalIdentity
Tag: cwrc:africanNationalIdentity
rdf:type: cwrc:NationalIdentity skos:Concept
skos:inScheme: cwrc:NationalIdentity

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Anglo-Indian

Indicates a subject's identification with or labelling as Anglo-Indian as a national identity.

URI: http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/cwrc#anglo-IndianNationalIdentity
Tag: cwrc:anglo-IndianNationalIdentity
rdf:type: cwrc:NationalIdentity skos:Concept
skos:inScheme: cwrc:NationalIdentity

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Anglo-Irish

Indicates a subject's identification with or labelling as Anglo-Irish as a national identity.

URI: http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/cwrc#anglo-IrishNationalIdentity
Tag: cwrc:anglo-IrishNationalIdentity
rdf:type: cwrc:NationalIdentity skos:Concept
skos:inScheme: cwrc:NationalIdentity

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British

Indicates a subject's identification with or labelling as British as a national identity. See British people - Wikipedia.

URI: http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/cwrc#britishNationalIdentity
Tag: cwrc:britishNationalIdentity
prov:wasDerivedFrom: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/British_people
rdf:type: cwrc:NationalIdentity skos:Concept
skos:inScheme: cwrc:NationalIdentity

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European

Indicates a subject's identification with or labelling as European as a national identity.

URI: http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/cwrc#europeanNationalIdentity
Tag: cwrc:europeanNationalIdentity
rdf:type: cwrc:NationalIdentity skos:Concept
skos:inScheme: cwrc:NationalIdentity

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Florentine

Indicates a subject's identification with or labelling as Florentine as a national identity.

URI: http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/cwrc#florentineNationalIdentity
Tag: cwrc:florentineNationalIdentity
rdf:type: cwrc:NationalIdentity skos:Concept
skos:inScheme: cwrc:NationalIdentity

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Hanoverian

Indicates a subject's identification with or labelling as Hanoverian as a national identity. See Hanover - Wikipedia.

URI: http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/cwrc#hanoverianNationalIdentity
Tag: cwrc:hanoverianNationalIdentity
rdf:type: cwrc:NationalIdentity skos:Concept
skos:closeMatch: dbpedia:Hanover
skos:inScheme: cwrc:NationalIdentity

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Jewish

Indicates a subject's identification with or labelling as Jewish or Israeli as a national identity.

URI: http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/cwrc#jewishNationalIdentity
Tag: cwrc:jewishNationalIdentity
cwrc:representedBy: cwrc:jewishLabel
rdf:type: cwrc:NationalIdentity skos:Concept
skos:closeMatch: dbpedia:Israelis
skos:inScheme: cwrc:NationalIdentity
skos:relatedMatch: dbpedia:Zionism
skos:narrowerTransitive: cwrc:sephardicJewishNationalIdentity

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Mohawk

Indicates a subject's identification with or labelling as Mohawk as a national identity.

URI: http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/cwrc#mohawkNationalIdentity
Tag: cwrc:mohawkNationalIdentity
rdf:type: cwrc:NationalIdentity skos:Concept
skos:closeMatch: dbpedia:Mohawk
skos:inScheme: cwrc:NationalIdentity

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Saxon

Indicates a subject's identification with or labelling as Saxon as a national identity. See Saxons - Wikipedia.

URI: http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/cwrc#saxonNationalIdentity
Tag: cwrc:saxonNationalIdentity
prov:wasDerivedFrom: dbpedia:Saxons
rdf:type: cwrc:NationalIdentity skos:Concept
skos:inScheme: cwrc:NationalIdentity

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Sephardic Jewish

Indicates a subject's identification with or labelling as Sephardic Jewish as a national identity.

URI: http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/cwrc#sephardicJewishNationalIdentity
Tag: cwrc:sephardicJewishNationalIdentity
rdf:type: cwrc:NationalIdentity skos:Concept
skos:broaderTransitive: cwrc:jewishNationalIdentity
skos:inScheme: cwrc:NationalIdentity

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stateless

"In international law, statelessness is the lack of citizenship. A stateless person is someone who is "not considered as a national by any state under the operation of its law". Some stateless persons are also refugees. However, not all refugees are stateless, and many persons who are stateless have never crossed an international border. Most people belonging to a stateless nation, despite lacking their own nation state, nonetheless hold citizenship in one or more countries, in some cases effectively as second-class citizens." (DBpedia, 2018)

Comment: The description for this term is indebted to DBpedia.

URI: http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/cwrc#statelessNationalIdentity
Tag: cwrc:statelessNationalIdentity
rdf:type: cwrc:NationalIdentity skos:Concept
skos:closeMatch: dbpedia:Statelessness
skos:inScheme: cwrc:NationalIdentity

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AbigelLemak
URI: http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/cwrc#AbigelLemak
Tag: cwrc:AbigelLemak
foaf:name: Abigel Lemak
rdf:type: cwrc:NaturalPerson

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AlliyyaMo
URI: http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/cwrc#AlliyyaMo
Tag: cwrc:AlliyyaMo
foaf:name: Alliyya Mo
rdf:type: cwrc:NaturalPerson

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ColinFaulkner
URI: http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/cwrc#ColinFaulkner
Tag: cwrc:ColinFaulkner
foaf:name: Colin Faulkner
rdf:type: cwrc:NaturalPerson

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ConstanceCrompton
URI: http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/cwrc#ConstanceCrompton
Tag: cwrc:ConstanceCrompton
foaf:name: Constance Crompton
rdf:type: cwrc:NaturalPerson

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DebStacey
URI: http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/cwrc#DebStacey
Tag: cwrc:DebStacey
foaf:homepage: http://ontology.socs.uoguelph.ca/
foaf:name: Deborah Stacey
rdf:type: cwrc:NaturalPerson

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GurjapSingh
URI: http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/cwrc#GurjapSingh
Tag: cwrc:GurjapSingh
foaf:name: Gurjap Singh
rdf:type: cwrc:NaturalPerson

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JadePenancier
URI: http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/cwrc#JadePenancier
Tag: cwrc:JadePenancier
foaf:name: Jade Penancier
rdf:type: cwrc:NaturalPerson

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JasmineDrudgeWillson
URI: http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/cwrc#JasmineDrudgeWillson
Tag: cwrc:JasmineDrudgeWillson
foaf:name: Jasmine Drudge-Willson
rdf:type: cwrc:NaturalPerson

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JoelCummings
URI: http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/cwrc#JoelCummings
Tag: cwrc:JoelCummings
foaf:name: Joel Cummings
rdf:type: cwrc:NaturalPerson

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JohnSimpson
URI: http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/cwrc#JohnSimpson
Tag: cwrc:JohnSimpson
foaf:name: John Simpson
rdf:type: cwrc:NaturalPerson

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KimMartin
URI: http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/cwrc#KimMartin
Tag: cwrc:KimMartin
foaf:name: Kim Martin
rdf:type: cwrc:NaturalPerson

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RobWarren
URI: http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/cwrc#RobWarren
Tag: cwrc:RobWarren
foaf:homepage: http://www.dbdump.org/
foaf:img: http://sparql.cwrc.ca/images/rob.jpeg
foaf:name: Robert Warren
owl:sameAs: http://rdf.muninn-project.org/ww1/2011/11/11/Person/Warren
rdf:type: cwrc:NaturalPerson

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SusanBrown
URI: http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/cwrc#SusanBrown
Tag: cwrc:SusanBrown
foaf:homepage: http://www.uoguelph.ca/~sbrown/
foaf:name: Susan Brown
owl:sameAs: http://orcid.org/0000-0002-0267-7344
rdf:type: cwrc:NaturalPerson

cwrc:Occupation (397)

occupation

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abolitionist

[skos:altLabel: abolitionist worker abolitionist abolitionist activist ]

URI: http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/cwrc#abolitionist
Tag: cwrc:abolitionist
rdf:type: cwrc:Occupation skos:Concept
skos:broaderTransitive: cwrc:activist
skos:inScheme: cwrc:Occupation

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academic

[skos:altLabel: academic humanist scholar scholar academician ]

URI: http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/cwrc#academic
Tag: cwrc:academic
rdf:type: cwrc:Occupation skos:Concept
skos:broaderTransitive: cwrc:education
skos:inScheme: cwrc:Occupation
*skos:related: cwrc:researcher
skos:narrowerTransitive: cwrc:professor

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accountant

[skos:altLabel: keeping accounts agent and accountant household accountant book keeper management accountant accountant ]

URI: http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/cwrc#accountant
Tag: cwrc:accountant
rdf:type: cwrc:Occupation skos:Concept
skos:inScheme: cwrc:Occupation
skos:related: cwrc:finance

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activist

[skos:altLabel: anti vivisectionist anti slavery activist continuing education activist activist for dissent activist against slavery human rights activist medical mission activist activist for the disabled housing activist peace activist temperance activist poverty activist civil rights activist social activist workhouse activist political activist anti poverty activist educational activist media activist christian social activist child labour activist protest organiser activist labour activist library activist resistance activist ]

URI: http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/cwrc#activist
Tag: cwrc:activist
rdf:type: cwrc:Occupation skos:Concept
skos:inScheme: cwrc:Occupation
skos:narrowerTransitive: cwrc:abolitionist cwrc:rebel

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actor manager

[skos:altLabel: actor manager ]

URI: http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/cwrc#actorManager
Tag: cwrc:actorManager
rdf:type: cwrc:Occupation skos:Concept
skos:broaderTransitive: cwrc:theatreWork
skos:inScheme: cwrc:Occupation

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adjudicator

[skos:altLabel: contest judge awards judge adjudicator ]

URI: http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/cwrc#adjudicator
Tag: cwrc:adjudicator
rdf:type: cwrc:Occupation skos:Concept
skos:inScheme: cwrc:Occupation
skos:narrowerTransitive: cwrc:literaryPrizeAdjudicator

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administrator

[skos:altLabel: administration hospital administrator administrative officer administrator ]

URI: http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/cwrc#administrator
Tag: cwrc:administrator
rdf:type: cwrc:Occupation skos:Concept
skos:inScheme: cwrc:Occupation

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advertising

[skos:altLabel: advertising manager publicity officer political publicist press officer public relations specialist publicity agent press assistant music publicity assistant press officer religious publicist literary publicist publicist publicity manager public relations publicity assistant publicity ]

URI: http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/cwrc#advertising
Tag: cwrc:advertising
rdf:type: cwrc:Occupation skos:Concept
skos:inScheme: cwrc:Occupation

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advocate

[skos:altLabel: emigration promoter sunday school promoter campaigner against capital punishment animal rights advocate civil rights campaigner for child welfare promote temperance advocate for the poor promotion of women's work prisoners' advocate maternity advocate free speech advocate anti poverty advocate ]

URI: http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/cwrc#advocate
Tag: cwrc:advocate
rdf:type: cwrc:Occupation skos:Concept
skos:broaderTransitive: cwrc:politics
skos:inScheme: cwrc:Occupation
skos:narrowerTransitive: cwrc:artsAdvocate

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agent
URI: http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/cwrc#agent
Tag: cwrc:agent
rdf:type: cwrc:Occupation skos:Concept
skos:inScheme: cwrc:Occupation

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airForce

[skos:altLabel: airforce officer ]

URI: http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/cwrc#airForce
Tag: cwrc:airForce
rdf:type: cwrc:Occupation skos:Concept
skos:inScheme: cwrc:Occupation

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air raid warden

[skos:altLabel: air raid warden ]

URI: http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/cwrc#airRaidWarden
Tag: cwrc:airRaidWarden
rdf:type: cwrc:Occupation skos:Concept
skos:broaderTransitive: cwrc:warWork
skos:inScheme: cwrc:Occupation

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aircraft industry

[skos:altLabel: aircraft industry aeroplane manufacturer ]

URI: http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/cwrc#aircraftIndustry
Tag: cwrc:aircraftIndustry
rdf:type: cwrc:Occupation skos:Concept
skos:inScheme: cwrc:Occupation

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airman

[skos:altLabel: flyer airman ]

URI: http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/cwrc#airman
Tag: cwrc:airman
rdf:type: cwrc:Occupation skos:Concept
skos:broaderTransitive: cwrc:military cwrc:pilot
skos:inScheme: cwrc:Occupation

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alternative medicine

[skos:altLabel: herbalist ]

URI: http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/cwrc#alternativeMedicine
Tag: cwrc:alternativeMedicine
rdf:type: cwrc:Occupation skos:Concept
skos:inScheme: cwrc:Occupation

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ambulance worker

[skos:altLabel: drove an ambulance ambulance driver ambulance assistant ]

URI: http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/cwrc#ambulanceWorker
Tag: cwrc:ambulanceWorker
rdf:type: cwrc:Occupation skos:Concept
skos:inScheme: cwrc:Occupation

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anti-suffrage

"Anti-suffragism was a political movement composed mainly of women, begun in the late 19th century in order to campaign against women's suffrage in Great Britain and the United States. It was closely associated with "domestic feminism", the belief that women had the right to complete freedom within the home." (DBpedia, 2017)

Comment: The description for this term is indebted to DBpedia.

[skos:altLabel: non-suffragist anti-suffragist anti-suffragist movement anti-suffrage movement anti-sufffragist ]

URI: http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/cwrc#anti-Suffrage
Tag: cwrc:anti-Suffrage
cwrc:contraryTo: cwrc:suffrage
prov:wasDerivedFrom: dbpedia:Anti-suffragism
rdf:type: cwrc:Occupation cwrc:PoliticalAffiliation skos:Concept
skos:broaderTransitive: cwrc:politics
skos:inScheme: cwrc:PoliticalAffiliation

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appraiser

[skos:altLabel: appraiser project appraiser ]

URI: http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/cwrc#appraiser
Tag: cwrc:appraiser
rdf:type: cwrc:Occupation skos:Concept
skos:inScheme: cwrc:Occupation

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archaeologist

[skos:altLabel: palaeontologist paleontologist ]

URI: http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/cwrc#archaeologist
Tag: cwrc:archaeologist
rdf:type: cwrc:Occupation skos:Concept
skos:inScheme: cwrc:Occupation

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architecture

[skos:altLabel: architect royal architect draughtsman draughter architectural draftsman architectural restoration draftsman ]

URI: http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/cwrc#architecture
Tag: cwrc:architecture
rdf:type: cwrc:Occupation skos:Concept
skos:inScheme: cwrc:Occupation

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archivist
URI: http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/cwrc#archivist
Tag: cwrc:archivist
rdf:type: cwrc:Occupation skos:Concept
skos:inScheme: cwrc:Occupation
skos:related: cwrc:librarian
*skos:related: cwrc:curator

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aristocrat

[skos:altLabel: baron baronet ]

URI: http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/cwrc#aristocrat
Tag: cwrc:aristocrat
owl:sameAs: http://id.loc.gov/authorities/subjects/sh85007158.html
rdf:type: cwrc:Occupation skos:Concept
skos:inScheme: cwrc:Occupation
*skos:related: cwrc:courtier
skos:narrowerTransitive: cwrc:knight

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army

[skos:altLabel: cavalry officer army commander army officer billetting officer army colonel army surgeon army doctor cavalry soldier army paymaster ]

URI: http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/cwrc#army
Tag: cwrc:army
rdf:type: cwrc:Occupation skos:Concept
skos:inScheme: cwrc:Occupation

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arts manager

[skos:altLabel: art acquisitions officer arts centre director musical manager arts festival director arts administrator ]

URI: http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/cwrc#artsAdministrator
Tag: cwrc:artsAdministrator
rdf:type: cwrc:Occupation skos:Concept
skos:broaderTransitive: cwrc:manager
skos:inScheme: cwrc:Occupation

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literature advocate
URI: http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/cwrc#artsAdvocate
Tag: cwrc:artsAdvocate
rdf:type: cwrc:Occupation skos:Concept
skos:broaderTransitive: cwrc:advocate
skos:inScheme: cwrc:Occupation

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assistant

[skos:altLabel: assistant administrative assistant personal assistant ]

URI: http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/cwrc#assistant
Tag: cwrc:assistant
rdf:type: cwrc:Occupation skos:Concept
skos:inScheme: cwrc:Occupation

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association involvement

[skos:altLabel: president of the society of authors society director society president society vice president clubwoman club president president of professional association secretary of literary society clubperson clubman vice president of society society member president of society club leader society secretary freemason ]

URI: http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/cwrc#associationInvolvement
Tag: cwrc:associationInvolvement
rdf:type: cwrc:Occupation skos:Concept
skos:inScheme: cwrc:Occupation

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astronomer

[skos:altLabel: assistant astronomer amateur astronomer ]

URI: http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/cwrc#astronomer
Tag: cwrc:astronomer
rdf:type: cwrc:Occupation skos:Concept
skos:broaderTransitive: cwrc:scientist
skos:inScheme: cwrc:Occupation

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attorney general

[skos:altLabel: attorney general ]

URI: http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/cwrc#attorneyGeneral
Tag: cwrc:attorneyGeneral
rdf:type: cwrc:Occupation skos:Concept
skos:broaderTransitive: cwrc:governmentOfficial
skos:inScheme: cwrc:Occupation

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auctioneer

[skos:altLabel: auctioneer ]

URI: http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/cwrc#auctioneer
Tag: cwrc:auctioneer
rdf:type: cwrc:Occupation skos:Concept
skos:inScheme: cwrc:Occupation

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automobileIndustry

[skos:altLabel: car industry car part manufacturer ]

URI: http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/cwrc#automobileIndustry
Tag: cwrc:automobileIndustry
rdf:type: cwrc:Occupation skos:Concept
skos:broaderTransitive: cwrc:transportationWork
skos:inScheme: cwrc:Occupation

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baker

[skos:altLabel: pastrycook baker ]

URI: http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/cwrc#baker
Tag: cwrc:baker
rdf:type: cwrc:Occupation skos:Concept
skos:broaderTransitive: cwrc:skilledTrade
skos:inScheme: cwrc:Occupation

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bankrupt

[skos:altLabel: bankrupt ]

URI: http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/cwrc#bankrupt
Tag: cwrc:bankrupt
rdf:type: cwrc:Occupation skos:Concept
skos:inScheme: cwrc:Occupation

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beautician

[skos:altLabel: hairdresser cosmetician barber beautician ]

URI: http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/cwrc#beautician
Tag: cwrc:beautician
rdf:type: cwrc:Occupation skos:Concept
skos:inScheme: cwrc:Occupation

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beauty

[skos:altLabel: beauty ]

URI: http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/cwrc#beauty
Tag: cwrc:beauty
rdf:type: cwrc:Occupation skos:Concept
skos:inScheme: cwrc:Occupation

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beggar

[skos:altLabel: beggar ]

URI: http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/cwrc#beggar
Tag: cwrc:beggar
rdf:type: cwrc:Occupation skos:Concept
skos:inScheme: cwrc:Occupation
skos:related: cwrc:indigent

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bibliophile

[skos:altLabel: bibliophile ]

URI: http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/cwrc#bibliophile
Tag: cwrc:bibliophile
rdf:type: cwrc:Occupation skos:Concept
skos:inScheme: cwrc:Occupation

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bill collector

[skos:altLabel: bill collector ]

URI: http://sparql.cwrc.ca/ontologies/cwrc#billCollector
Tag: cwrc:billCollector
rdf:type: cwrc:Occupation skos:Concept
skos:inScheme: cwrc:Occupation

[