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Identifying works and expressions

Identifying Works and Expressions

James/Kuhagen for VLA -- Feb. 5, 2013


Works

Works

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Where are the instructions

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Generally, the instructions for identifying works and expressions are in chapter 6.

You will also need to consult the related instructions in:

Chapter 19, “Persons, Families, and Corporate Bodies Associated with a Work”

Chapter 20, “Persons, Families, and Corporate Bodies Associated with an Expression”

Where are the Instructions?


Naming the work

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Naming the Work

Just like ‘naming’ persons and corporate bodies (and now, families)

Similar to AACR2 concept of “main entry”

MARC has four possibilities for where this information can be coded

1XX + 240

1XX + 245

130

245


Bibliographic or authority data

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Bibliographic or Authority Data?

RDA does not prescribe if attributes about the work and the access points are to be recorded as bibliographic data or authority data

LC Policy:

Always identify the work by giving the access point in the bibliographic record

Sometimes identify the work by making a title or name/title authority record -- no changes from policy in DCM Z1


Terminology related to works

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Terminology Related to Works

Title of the work (RDA 6.2.1.1)

“word, character, or group of words and/or characters by which a work is known”

Preferred title for the work (RDA 6.2.2.1)

the form of title used when constructing the authorized access point

Variant title for the work (RDA 6.2.3.1)

the form of title used when constructing a variant access point

aka “see references”


Sources of information sources for preferred titles 6 2 2 2

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Sources of Information –Sources for Preferred Titles (6.2.2.2)

Commonly-known title

For a work created after 1500

From resources embodying the work or from reference sources

Sometimes: title proper of the first manifestation received

For a work created before 1501

From modern reference sources

If this evidence is inconclusive, a priority order is given


Sources of information sources for other elements 6 1 1

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Sources of Information –Sources for Other Elements (6.1.1)

For all otheridentifying attributes of works and expressions

Take the information from any source


Authorized access points for works 6 27 1 1 6 27 1 8

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Authorized Access Points for Works (6.27.1.1 - 6.27.1.8)

Construct an authorized access point with …

Authorized access point for the creator

Preferred title

Additions to the preferred title

Links back to the instructions on recording each of the specific elements


Creators of a work where are the instructions

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Creators of a Work–Where are the Instructions?

Creator is a relationship to a work; it isn’t an attribute of the work.

So we will find the instructions about creators in Chapter 19, not Chapter 6.


Creator 19 2

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Creator (19.2)

CORE ELEMENT

“person, family, or corporate body responsible for the creation of a work”

If more than one entity is responsible for the work as a whole:

The creator having principalresponsibility named first in the resource is required

If principal responsibility is not indicated, only the first-named creator is required

LC-PCC PS 19.2 allows for providing additional creator access

Remember, not every work has a creator!


What about contributors

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What About Contributors?

“ … contributing to the realization of a work through an expression”

Editors, translators, illustrators, arrangers of music, performers, writers of commentary, and others

Covered more on slide 64


Corporate bodies as creators

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Corporate Bodies as Creators

Categories of works (RDA 19.2.1.1.1)

Similar to AACR2 21.1B2

Corporate body takes precedence over a first-named person or family as creator

LC-PCC PS, similar to RI for 21.1B2

RDA 19.2.1.1.2 on government and religious officials as creators


Preferred title for the work

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Preferred Title for the Work

CORE ELEMENT

General instructions

Specific instructions


General instructions on recording titles 6 2 1

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General Instructions onRecording Titles (6.2.1)

Scope: “… by which a work is known”

Sources: “… from any source”

Capitalization

Numbers

Diacritics

Articles

Spacing

Abbreviations

Covers both preferred and variant titles of works


Instructions on recording preferred titles 6 2 2

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Instructions on RecordingPreferred Titles (6.2.2)

Scope and sources

6.2.2.1 – 6.2.2.2

Choosing preferred titles

6.2.2.3 – 6.2.2.7

Recording preferred titles

6.2.2.8 – 6.2.2.10


Parts of a work one part 6 2 2 9 1

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Parts of a Work –One Part (6.2.2.9.1)

Same as AACR2 25.6A

Follow basic instructions in 6.2.1if part has its own title

Preferred title for a part of J.R.R. Tolkien’s The lord of the rings:

Two towers

Record designation if it does not

Preferred title for a part of the television program Seinfeld

Season 3


Parts of a work two or more parts 6 2 2 9 2

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Parts of a Work –Two or More Parts (6.2.2.9.2)

Consecutively numbered, with only a general designation

Same as AACR2 25.6B1

e.g., preferred title for the first six books of Homer’s Iliad: Book 1–6

Two or more unnumbered or non-consecutively numbered parts

Record the preferred title for each of the parts

e.g., preferred title for a part of Divina commedia in a compilation also comprising the part Paradiso: Purgatorio

But see next slide……….


Two or more parts lc policy for the alternative

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Two or More PartsLC Policy for the Alternative

LC practice (LC-PCC PS 6.2.2.9.2)

“Instead of recording the preferred title for each of the parts, record the conventional collective title Selections as the preferred title for the parts.”

e.g., preferred title for the parts of the work in a compilation comprising books 1 and 6 of Homer’s Iliad

Selections (becomes Homer. Iliad. Selections in authorized access point)

PCC has no policy currently


Authorized access point for part s of a work 6 27 2

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Authorized Access Point forPart(s) of a Work (6.27.2)

Generally:

preferred title for part(s)

preceded by authorized access point for the creator, if appropriate

Authorized access point for a part of Tolkien’s The lord of the rings:

Tolkien, J. R. R. (John Ronald Reuel), 1892–1973. Two towers

But exceptionally (which applies to a lot of works)…..


Authorized access point for part s of a work exceptions

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Authorized Access Point forPart(s) of a Work – Exceptions

Applies to

non-distinctive titles, certain formats, and consecutively-numbered parts

Instruction

preferred title for part(s)

preceded by authorized access point for thework

Authorized access point for a part of Homer’s Iliad:

Homer. Iliad. Book 1


Compilations and collaborations

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Compilations and Collaborations

Important distinction

Determines how each is ‘identified’

Compilations

RDA 6.2.2.10 (for one creator’s works)

RDA 6.27.1.4 (for different creators’ works)

Collaborations

RDA 6.27.1.3


How to decide

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How to Decide?

Compilations of one creator are easy, but…

Clues that you have a compilation of works by different creators:

Indication of who created what

From the preferred source, table of contents, preface, program notes, home page, other components in the resource

Assume it is a collaboration if:

you have no indication who created what

you are in doubt


Multiple works by one creator

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Multiple Works by One Creator

Are a type of compilation

Identified by

Creator

+

Preferred title


Preferred title compilations of one p f cb 6 2 2 10

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Preferred Title – Compilations of One P - F - CB (6.2.2.10)

Has compilation become known by a title?

Not usually

But, e.g., Leaves of grass is an example of a compilation known by a title

If not, use a conventional collective title (doesn’t matter if title proper is distinctive):

Complete works = use “Works”

Complete works in a single form = use term chosen by cataloger (e.g., Poems)

Other compilations of two or more (but not all) works in same or different forms = add “Selections” to the conventional collective title


Preferred title compilations of one p f cb cont

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Preferred Title – Compilations of One P - F - CB (cont.)

Major changes from AACR2!

Under RDA, catalogers will no longer need to:

Determine if the creator created works only in a single form

Determine if the title proper of the compilation is “distinctive” (part of RI 25.10)

Treat compilations of 2 works differently from 3 or more


A2 example compilation of 2 works by the same creator

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A2 Example: Compilation of 2Works by the Same Creator

AACR2: use the 1st work as the preferred title

(but this misidentifies the compilation)

100 1# $a Miller, Arthur, $d 1915-2005

240 10 $a Archbishop’s ceiling

245 10 $a Two plays / $c Arthur Miller.

505 0# $a The Archbishop’s ceiling -- The American clock.

700 12 $a Miller, Arthur, $d 1915-2005.

$t American clock.


Rda example compilation of 2 works by the same creator

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RDA Example: Compilation of 2 Works by the Same Creator

RDA: apply the alternative to use a conventional

collective title

100 1# $a Miller, Arthur, $d 1915-2005

240 10 $a Plays. $k Selections

245 10 $a Two plays / $c Arthur Miller.

505 0# $a The Archbishop’s ceiling –

The American clock.

700 12 $a Miller, Arthur, $d 1915-2005.

$t Archbishop’s ceiling.

*700 12 $a Miller, Arthur, $d 1915-2005.

$t American clock.

* 2nd 700 not a core requirement but helpful to the user


Multiple works by multiple creators compilations vs collaborations

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Multiple Works by Multiple Creators – Compilations vs. Collaborations

Compilation of works by different creators

Preferred title

Not named by creator because individual works may have individual creators, but no creator for the whole compilation

Collaboration

Creator (principal or first-named)

+

Preferred title


Preferred title compilations of works by different creators

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Preferred Title – Compilationsof Works by Different Creators

Compilation of separate works

Identify the compilation by its preferred title (6.27.1.4)

Either …

Title by which the compilation has become known (uncommon), or

The title proper of the manifestation

e.g., Best of Broadway (for a set of five CDs with selections from original cast recordings of various musicals by various composers)

But see next slide ………


What if such a compilation lacks a collective title

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What if Such a CompilationLacks a Collective Title?

RDA and LC-PCC PS 25.1

How to treat:

For the preferred title, use the title proper of the first work in the compilation, and

Provide an analytical authorized access point for the predominant or first work in the compilation, when it represents a substantial part of the resource.

Generally, do not devise a title to use as a preferred title.

LC does not apply the alternative to 6.27.1.4

A work that is part of a larger work is considered a whole-part “related work”


A2 example compilation of works by different creators no collective title

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A2 Example: Compilation of Works by DifferentCreators (No Collective Title)

AACR2: use the 1st authorized access point to identify the whole compilation (but this misidentifies the compilation)

100 1# $a Polk, Sharon.

240 10 $a Community band concerts

245 10 $a Community band concerts / $c Sharon Polk. Fall harvest festivals / Terri Swanson.

700 12 $a Swanson, Terri. $t Fall harvest festivals.


Rda example compilation of works by different creators no collective title

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RDA Example: Compilation of Works by DifferentCreators (No Collective Title)

RDA: use the title proper of the first work as the preferred title

(alternative to devise a title is not shown)

245 00 $a Community band concerts / $c Sharon

Polk. Fall harvest festivals / Terri

Swanson.

700 12 $a Polk, Sharon. $t Community band

concerts.

*700 12 $a Swanson, Terri. $t Fall harvest festivals.

* 2nd 700 not a core requirement but helpful to the user


Collaborative works single work multiple creators

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Collaborative Works –Single Work, Multiple Creators

No “rule of 3” like AACR2 21.6C2

Principally-responsible, or first-named creator

Exceptions listed in 6.27.1.3

moving image resources

some resources involving both corporate bodies and persons

some musical collaborations

treaties


A2 example multiple creators no principal responsibility

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A2 Example: Multiple Creators –No Principal Responsibility

AACR2: enter under title with no 1XX field

245 00 $a Architecture / $c by Susan Brown … [et al.].

700 $a Susan Brown.

Other authors (Melanie Carlson, Stephen Lindell, Kevin Ott, and Janet Wilson) listed on source, but not recorded in 245 and not given access points.


Rda example multiple creators no principal responsibility

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RDA Example: Multiple Creators –No Principal Responsibility

RDA: precede preferred title by first-named creator

100 $a Brown, Susan.

245 $a Architecture / $c by Susan Brown, Melanie Carlson, Stephen Lindell, Kevin Ott, and Janet Wilson.

*700 $a Carlson, Melanie.

*700 $a Lindell, Stephen.

*700 $a Ott, Kevin.

*700 $a Wilson, Janet.

*access points for other creators: cataloger judgment (LC-PCC PS 19.3)

Note that all names in a statement of responsibility may be transcribed (see RDA 2.4.1.5) without also giving them access points.


Additions to access points representing works

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Additions to Access Points Representing Works

Formulating the Authorized Access Point

Start with preferred title

Precede by creator, if appropriate

Addition(s) to make it distinct

RDA 6.27.1.9

Each possible addition discussed in detail in earlier provisions of chapter 6


Additions to access points representing works1

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Additions to Access Points Representing Works

Form of work (6.3)

Date of the work (6.4)

Place of origin of the work (6.5)

Another distinguishing characteristic of the work (6.6)

Additions are given in parentheses after preferred title

  • no priority order

  • can give more than one if needed


Additions to access points examples

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Additions to Access Points – Examples

Advocate (Boise, Idaho)

Advocate (Nairobi, Kenya)

distinguish with place

Dublin magazine (1762)

Dublin magazine (1965)

distinguish with date

Bulletin (New York State Museum : 1945)

Bulletin (New York State Museum : 1976)

use of two qualifiers

(corporate body and date)


Variant access points for works 6 27 4 1 6 27 4 4

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Variant Access Points for Works6.27.4.1 - 6.27.4.4

General principle: “use a variant title for the work as the basis for a variant access point.”

Example:

Authorized access point for the work

Dickens, Charles, 1812–1870. Pickwick papers

Variant access point for the work

Dickens, Charles, 1812–1870. Posthumous papers of the Pickwick Club


Marc authority fields for works

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MARC Authority Fields for Works

046Date of work

370Place of origin of work

380 Form of work

381 Other distinguishing characteristic of a work

382 Medium of performance

383 Numeric designation of a musical work

384 Key


Identifying works and expressions

Expressions

You must have a work to have an expression of that work!

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Expression the frbr entity

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Expression – the FRBR Entity

‘the way in which a work (the idea in the creator’s mind) is expressed’

through …

Language

Sound

Movement

Performance

Etc.

Some common types of expressions are abridgements, revisions, translations, and musical arrangements


Identifying the expression

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Identifying the Expression

Authorized access points are used in bibliographic records to identify the expression being cataloged; also in 6XX and 7XX to represent relationships to other expressions

Forms according to RDA chapter 6

Two steps

Name the work

Add expression-level identifying information


Lc decisions on how to identify expressions

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LC Decisions on …How to Identify Expressions

LC-PCC PS 0.6.3

Identify these expressions by adding an attribute to the authorized access point

Music resources (6.28.3)

Sacred scriptures (6.30.3)

Translations and language editions (6.27.3)

PCC policy on access points pending


Lc decisions on how to identify expressions1

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LC Decisions on …How to Identify Expressions

For other categories, LC will include the expression attributes in other fields in the bibliographic record, e.g.,

336 field (Content type)

546 field (Language of content)


Lc decisions on how to identify expressions2

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LC Decisions on …How to Identify Expressions

Do not add another characteristic to differentiate one expression from another

e.g., do not differentiate one translation of Hamlet in French from another French translation

e.g., do not differentiate one arrangement of Berlioz’ Corsaire from another arrangement

Note that some PCC libraries are differentiating multiple expressions in the same language


Constructing the authorized access point representing an expression

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Constructing the Authorized Access Point Representing an Expression

6.27

The basis is the authorized access point for the work

Additions as outlined in 6.27.3

Goncourt, Edmond de, 1822–1896.

Frères Zemganno. English


Additions to authorized access points for expressions

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Additions to Authorized Access Points for Expressions

content type * (6.9)

date of the expression * (6.10)

language of the expression * (6.11)

another distinguishing characteristic of the expression * (6.12)

* if needed to differentiate


Content type recorded in 336 field

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Content Type Recorded in 336 Field

One is core, but more may be given

May give multiple content types

either in repeatable $a of one 336 field

or in multiple 336 fields

May also use $3 if multiple components and term does not apply to all


Examples of 336 field also showing 337 338

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Examples of 336 Field(also showing 337-338)

Book or printed text serial:

336 $a text $2 rdacontent

337 $a unmediated $2 rdamedia

338 $a volume $2 rdacarrier

Map:336 $a cartographic image $2 rdacontent337 $a unmediated $2 rdamedia338 $a sheet $2 rdacarrier


Examples of 336 field also showing 337 3381

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Examples of 336 Field(also showing 337-338)

Book with accompanying CD of lecture: $3 and $e300 $a 244 pages ... + $e 1 CD336 $3 book $a text $2 rdacontent336 $3 CD $a spoken word $2 rdacontent337 $3 book $a unmediated $2 rdamedia337$3CD $a audio $2 rdamedia338 $3 book $a volume $2 rdacarrier338 $3CD $ audio disc $2 rdacarrier

Instead of 300 $e, can repeat 300 field

300 $a 244 pages ...

300 $a 1 CD ...

Instead of $e, can give a note

500 $a Accompanied by a CD.


Content attributes recorded in the marc 300 field

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Content Attributes Recordedin the MARC 300 Field

Because these elements are related to content, they are covered in RDA Chapter 7, not Chapter 3

Duration (7.22)

Illustrative Content (7.15)

Colour Content (7.17)

300 field is a mix of carrier and content


Content 300 duration

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Content – 300Duration

RDA 7.22

“Playing time, running time, etc., of the content of a resource”

MARC 300 $a

Use abbreviations per RDA Appendix B

300 $a 1 audio disc (45 min.)

300 $a 1 DVD (2 hr., 15 min.)


Content 300 illustrative content

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Content – 300Illustrative Content

LC CORE ELEMENT for resources intended for children

RDA 7.15

Open list of vocabulary terms

Recorded in MARC 008/18 as applicable and field 300 $b

300 $a 32 pages : $b illustrations 300 $a 300 pages : $b maps, charts


Content 300 colour content

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Content – 300Colour Content

RDA 7.17

LC-PCC PS 7.17.1.3

Use spelling “color”

MARC field300 $b

Term is added to the type of illustrative content it applies to

300 $a 32 pages : $b color illustrations

300 $a 300 pages : $b maps, charts (some

color)


Additions to access points for expressions language of expression

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Additions to Access Points for Expressions – Language of Expression

RDA 6.11

CORE ELEMENT when needed to differentiate

“language in which a work is expressed”

Take from any source

Use term(s) from the MARC 21 list of languages

Access point:insubfield $l (not repeatable)

Distinguish between:

one expression in more than one language

two or more expressions


If one expression

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If One Expression …

One language

give $l only if a translation

More than one language

do not give $l unless a translation

100 1# $a Brunhoff, Jean de, $d 1899-1937.

240 10 $a Babar en famille. $l English

245 10 $a Babar and his children.

Tolstoy, Leo, graf, 1828-1910. Voĭna i mir.


If two or more expressions original and one translation

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If Two or More Expressions …Original and One Translation

If the manifestation is a compilation of the original and one translation of the same work

record an analytical authorized access point for the original expression (without $l for the language)

record a separate analytical authorized access point for the translation (with $l for the language)

Examples of AACR2 and RDA on next 2 slides


A2 example two expressions original and one translation

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A2 Example: Two Expressions – Original and One Translation

Original + Spanish translation in the same resource

AACR2

041 1# $a eng $a spa $h eng

100 1# $a Macken, JoAnn Early, $d 1953-

240 10 $a Mail carrier. $l Spanish & English

245 10 $a Mail carrier = $b El cartero /

$c JoAnn Early Macken.

246 31 $a Cartero

546 ## $a English and Spanish.


Rda example two expressions original and one translation

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RDA Example: Two Expressions – Original and One Translation

Original + Spanish translation in the same resource

RDA

041 1# $a eng $a spa $h eng

100 1# $a Macken, JoAnn Early, $d 1953-

245 10 $a Mail carrier = $b El cartero /

$c JoAnn Early Macken.

246 31 $a Cartero

546 ## $a English and Spanish.

700 12 $a Macken, JoAnn Early, $d 1953-

$t Mail carrier.

700 12 $a Macken, JoAnn Early, $d 1953-

$t Mail carrier. $l Spanish.


No longer use

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No Longer Use …

“Polyglot”

Single subfield with multiple languages

e.g., “French & English”

Instead provide specific information about all the languages of each expression.


Variant access points for expressions 6 27 4 5

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Variant Access Points for Expressions (6.27.4.5)

May be

based on a variant title of the work associated with a particular expression

a form with a variant of the addition in the authorized access point

Example:

Authorized access point for the expression

Zola, Émile, 1840-1902. Débâcle. English

Variant access point for the expression

Zola, Émile, 1840-1902. Downfall


Contributors 20 2

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Contributors (20.2)

“person, family, or corporate body contributing to the realization of a work through an expression”

Editors, translators, illustrators, performers, recording engineers, and others

Expressions of a work are named by the original creator, not the contributor


Relationships

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Relationships

Works may relate to other works

Works may relate to expressions

Works may relate to creators and/or some other P-F-CBs

Expressions may relate to other expressions

Expressions may relate to contributors

And so many more….


Work to work relationships

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Work to Work Relationships

May appear in bibliographic or authority records or both

Chapter 25 for instructions; appendix J.2 for relationship designators

May use relationships designators

May be expressed by MARC coding

785 indicators 00 displays relationship “Continued by”

785 00 $t Journal of professional counseling, practice, theory, & research

May also be explained in notes


Rda examples work to work relationships

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RDA Examples: Work to Work Relationships

Bibliographic record:

100 $a Harris, Edwin.

245 $a John Jasper's gatehouse.

700 $i Sequel to: $a Dickens, Charles,

$d 1812-1870.$t Mystery of Edwin Drood.

Authority record:

100 $a Harris, Edwin. $t John Jasper's gatehouse

500 $w r $i Sequel to: $a Dickens, Charles, $d 1812-1870. $t Mystery of Edwin Drood


Work to expression relationships

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Work to Expression Relationships

May appear in bibliographic or authority records or both

Chapter 26 for instructions; appendix J.3 for relationship designators

May use relationships designators

May be expressed by MARC coding

765 indicators 0# displays relationship “Translation of”

765 0# $a Brown, Dan, 1964- $t Digital fortress

May also be explained in notes


Creator and contributor relationships

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Creator and Contributor Relationships

Appendix I.2 for P-F-CB associated with a work

Appendix I.3 for P-F-CB associated with an expression

Do not use $e in an authority record

May have multiple relationship designators for one P-F-CB in a bibliographic record

May mix levels of relationships, i.e., creator and contributor

LC requires only “illustrator” for juvenile resources

PCC policy pending


Rda examples creator and contributor relationships

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RDA Examples: Creator and Contributor Relationships

100 1# $a Wood, Audrey.

245 14 $a The napping house / $c Audrey

Wood ; illustrated by Don Wood.

700 1# $a Wood, Don, $e illustrator.

Note that you can give relationships designators for some but not all entities

100 $a Dumont, Jean-Francois, $d 1959-

$e author, $e illustrator.

245 $a The chickens build a wall / $c by

Jean-François Dumont ; illustrated by

Jean François Dumont.

Note that Dumont is a creator and a contributor


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James/Kuhagen for VLA -- Feb. 5, 2013

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