A speech, a scene (e.g. applause), a narrative (e.g. “The House rose at 3:20pm”), or another part of a transcript (e.g. a list of bills).
The Speech class should have properties for:
Alice checks what her representative said in favor of Bill No. 1.
the speaker’s role while speaking
the attribution text identifying the speaker
e.g. to reproduce an exact copy of a transcript.
Carol answers Bob’s question from yesterday.
Order, please. We will now begin the daily routine.
e.g. to capture the tone of the speech.
e.g. to capture the context of the speech.
the time at which the speech is spoken
January 1, 2013 at 12:30pm
e.g. a speech, scene or narrative.
A representative interrupts another’s speech with an interjection.
The last sitting of the 1st Session of the 41st Parliament.
Dublin Core, Schema.org, and BIBFRAME Vocabulary terms are retained from the inventory of terms.
Either a person or an organization can create a CreativeWork. A Speech is a subclass of CreativeWork, and only a person can create a Speech.
In Dublin Core, an audience is an AgentClass, that is, a group of people or organizations; in this data specification, an audience is a single person.
||A speech, a scene, a narrative, or another part of a transcript|
||The person who is speaking|
||The speaker's role while speaking|
||The text identifying the speaker|
||The person to whom the speaker is speaking|
||The transcript or text of the speech|
||The audio recording of the speech|
||The video recording of the speech|
||The time at which the speech is spoken|
||A name given to the speech|
||The type of the part of the transcript|
||The position of the speech within a transcript|
||The event at which the speech is spoken|
creatoris used instead of
speaker(which would be clearer), to be consistent with the Motion class.
roleproperty is a string, instead of an
audioproperty is a URI, instead of a
videoproperty is a URI, instead of a
Implementations may use values from outside the following lists.
The following is a copy of Akoma Ntoso containers.
scene: a scene description of events, e.g. applause.
narrative: a third-person description of events, e.g. “The Speaker leaves the Chair.”
summary: a summary of speeches that are individually not interesting, e.g. “Question put and agreed to.”