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INTEGRITY LEVEL - Humanities
- Field label
- INTEGRITY LEVEL
- Field mnemonic
- Field name
- Integrity Level
- Degré d'intégrité
- Field definition
- This field contains the integrity level of the object. The integrity level describes the object's level of completeness.
- DESCRIPTIVE FIELDS
- NOTE: This field has NOT been updated as part of the May 2010 Data Dictionary update. Priority for the Data Dictionary update was given to those fields that are required or strongly recommended for Artefacts Canada contribution. The Entry Rules for this field will be updated at a later date. This field was added to Artefacts Canada in 2009 as a result of a recommendation by the CHIN Standards Working Groups.
- Entry rules
- Enter a key word describing the object's integrity as a whole. This field can only contain one entry.
- Data type
- alpha-numeric string
- Authority list
- Complete (non-fragmented object - object is 100% complete) complete (fragmented object - fragments form over 75% of the object) incomplete (fragmented object - fragments form less than 75% of the object) fragment (fragment of the object)
- Archaeological Sites Working Group 2007
- SOCIÉTÉ DES MUSÉES QUÉBÉCOIS, Documenting Your Collections: Info-Muse Network Documentation Guide, Montréal, by Françoise Simard and France Desmarais.
- Field label (French)
- DEGRÉ D'INTÉGRITÉ
- Field mnemonic (French)
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