Role

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Role

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The :Role class says something about the nature of the involvement of the person or location within the factoid.  For factoids that normally have only a single person reference (e.g. :OfficeFactoid) the role is not really required (although CCH/DDH projects tended to assign a generic role of “primary” in this case). However, when there is more than one person involved in a factoid, the role can be used to assert the character of their involvement  For :RelationshipFactoid, for example, where 2 people are involved (e.g. “A is son of B”), CCH/DDH projects assigned the reference for A as having the “primary” role, and B as having the “secondary” role. A further example: for :Transaction factoids, one reference to a person would assert that s/he was the “grantor”, and another reference would assert that s/he wa the “beneficiary”. In CCH/DDH projects, roles were only used with :PersonReference, and were not apparently needed for :LocationReference.

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The :Role class says something about the nature of the involvement of the person or location within the factoid.  For factoids that normally have only a single person reference (e.g. :OfficeFactoid) the role is not really required (although CCH/DDH projects tended to assign a generic role of “primary” in this case). However, when there is more than one person involved in a factoid, the role can be used to assert the character of their involvement  For :RelationshipFactoid, for example, where 2 people are involved (e.g. “A is son of B”), CCH/DDH projects assigned the reference for A as having the “primary” role, and B as having the “secondary” role. A further example: for :Transaction factoids, one reference to a person would assert that s/he was the “grantor”, and another reference would assert that s/he wa the “beneficiary”. In CCH/DDH projects, roles were only used with :PersonReference, and were not apparently needed for :LocationReference. From https://www.kcl.ac.uk/factoid-prosopography/fpo-references en Factoïdes ongoing 0 Candidate

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Identifier : Role

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Role * en 2021-06-10 0 Candidate

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Factoïdes ongoing 2020-11-24

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Reference hasRole has role (is role of) Role

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Circonscriptions administratives de France 1 Ongoing 2021-06-15

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