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Typology is the study of types. More specifically, it may refer to:
- Blanchard's transsexualism typology, a classification of male-to-female transsexualism
- Farm typology, farm classification by the USDA
- Linguistic typology, study and classification of languages according to their structural features
- Milewski's typology, a language classification system
- Oakeshott typology, a classification of the medieval sword
- Pavlov's typology, the first systematic approach to the psychophysiology of individual differences
- Sasang typology, traditional Korean medical typology
- Sociopolitical typology, four types, or levels, of a political organization
- Typology (anthropology), division of culture by races
- Typology (archaeology), classification of artifacts according to their characteristics
- Typology (creation biology), system that classifies animals into groups called "created kinds" or "baramins"
- Typology of Greek vase shapes, classification of Greek vases
- Typology (psychology), a model of personality types
- Typology (theology), in Christian theology, the interpretation of some characters and stories in the Old Testament as allegories foreshadowing the New Testament
- Typology (urban planning and architecture), the classification of characteristics common to buildings or urban spaces
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