If the text is in italics are scope notes. The idea of facetacion in the Organization of thesauri and the effort is not new and of course existendetractores in terms of their functionality for the conceptual organization of the same. Other leaders such as altavista offer similar insights. However, adopting the facetacion as a way to organize the concepts in a thesaurus, is should not only raise the Organization of concepts structurally within a facet (i.e. recognize a concept, apply a feature or principle of subdivision a trait that enable to classify it, and get the resulting subordinate concepts); but it should also reflect on principles and work methodologies that guide such structuring. The first example to analyze as heading of facet has the family concept, under which subordinate the following concepts: adoption, family history, family structure, twins, brothers, children, maternity, marriage, family environment, children, family counseling, parents, paternity and family relationships. A facet is conceptually, obtained by the application of a single characteristic or principle of subdivision 2 to a given concept. If we carry out an analysis of the concepts subordinate to family (i.e. the hotbeds of this facet) we find that they actually respond to the implementation of different characteristics for the formation of a single facet.
The spotlights brothers, sons, and fathers are results of applying, for example, feature roles of components of a family, however, twins, maternity, marriage, family environment, children, family counseling, paternity and family relations they would not respond to such feature but others. If we analyze also the facet that is thrown on the communication concept, where the subordinate concepts are scientific communication, non-verbal communication, social communication, verbal communication, media, message and persuasion, nor these bulbs are the result of the implementation of a single subdivision criterion. Both are examples of a structural pathology classification called crusade (Barite 1995: 42), which implies that the construction of a particular facet has been used in more than one classification criterion at a time.