"An error does not become truth by reason of multiplied propagation, nor does truth become error because nobody sees it." Mohandas K. Gandhi
In order to systematically record, archive, and find articles that cover subjects of readers' interest, the following filing system has been created:
Subjects about society and nature worldwide have been divided into 10 categories listed in alphabetic order. All articles should fit into at least one of these categories. Each category has a web page, which is a sub-heading under this page headline. All articles will be listed on the web page of the category to which they belong. If an article relates to more than one category, it will be listed on all category pages involved. Thus, you can enter each category page and browse the articles it contains.
The categories are headlines. Each of these headlines are divided into specific themes, called tags. The tags are listed under each category in alphabetic order. An author must choose, which tags are relevant to the content of the article, and add them to the article's front page. The tags are helpful for the search engine. When an article has the right tag, the search engine will direct readers to the article. Thus, tags are helpful guidelines for users to find the theme they are looking for. If an article includes tags from more than one category, the article will, as already mentioned, appear on the web page of all relevant categories. It is a good idea to keep the number of tags to a minimum, focusing on the main themes in the article. That gives the user a better overview. You may choose to list the tags according to importance; at least mention the main tag first. If you need to add a tag to the below list, or even a category, inform the website administrator, and it will be done.
Apart from categories and tags to guide the reader, you may also add keywords. Keywords give a more detailed view over the specific subjects discussed in the article. They help the reader to find the article that covers the exact subject he or she is looking for. Thus, it is valuable to be generous in listing relevant keywords from the article, and not just a few. You are welcome to use the tags as keywords, but it is better to invent your own. The keywords will also be caught by the search engine, however, they are mainly meant as detailed guidelines for the readers. In case there are more articles with the same tags, the readers can then, by the help of the keywords, make a specific selection.
The final assistance to prospective readers is to add a summary of the article, which here is called an abstract. When readers get a quick overview, of what each article contains, they can, with less effort decide, which article is relevant for them.
The filing system in sum: categories (headlines), tags (themes), keywords (subjects), and the abstract (summary), are guidelines that help readers select the articles, they need to read. To make the website user-friendly, please add these guidelines on the front page of your article together with the title, your name, country, and a brief presentation of your background. Check also the page Directions for submitting written contributions.
The 10 categories and their tags are listed below. You can go to the web page of each category by clicking on its category link below, or you can enter via the sub-headings under this page's headline.
Tags: Agreement on Trade Related Aspects of Intellectual Property Rights (TRIPS), bank, business, capitalism, communism, competition, consumerism, corporation, corruption, cost, debt, economic development, economic domination, economic growth, economic institution, economic structure, economics, egoism, finance, foreclosure, free market, Free Trade Zone (FTZ), global trade, globalization, Gross Domestic Product, Gross National Product, Group of Eight countries (G8), Group of Twenty countries (G20), human resource, individualism, industry, interest, International Monetary Fund, investment, loan, manufacturing, marketing, money, natural resource, neo-classical economics, New Partnership for Africa's Development (NEPAD), Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD), Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC), patent, Poverty Reduction Strategy (PRS), private ownership, production, profit, self-interest, Structural Adjustment Program (SAP), subsidy, sweatshop, trade, trickle-down approach, United Nations System of National Accounting (UNSNA), wealth, World Bank, World Trade Organization.
Tags: anarchy (rule without an enforcing authority), aristocracy (rule by non-monarchy elite), autocracy (rule by one person), bureaucracy, citizen's rights, civil rights, colonialism, constitution, corporatocracy (rule by conniving between the economic and political elites), country, court, democracy, dictatorship (rule by one person or a small group), election, elite, empowerment, fascism (rule by one party with absolute control and power), government, human rights, judicial institution, justice, kingdom, kleptocracy (rule by thieves), law, law enforcement, military dictatorship (rule by military), ministry, monarchy, national border, nationalism, nation-state, neo-liberalism, oligarchy (rule by a small privileged, selfish group), plutocracy (rule by the wealthy), policy, political domination, political institution, political structure, politics, power, propaganda, public institution, republic (rule without a monarchy), royalty, socialism, structural inequality, technocracy (rule by experts), theocracy (rule by priests) territory, totalitarianism (rule by one party with absolute control and power), tyranny (rule by lawlessness, cruelty, and selfishness), United Nations.
"The truth, when you finally chase it down, is almost always far worse than your darkest visions and fears." Hunter S. Thompson, American journalist and author (1937-2005)
Consecutive reading: go to any one of the ten categories, choose according to your needs and wishes. Look at the list above and in the website menu. The last menu page is the Intsangano blog; you are welcome to submit a comment. You are on the page headline Articles submitted.