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Works and expressions. Naming the work Multiple works by one creator Differentiating works. Where are the Instructions?. Generally, the instructions for identifying works and expressions are in chapter 6 . You will also need to consult the related instructions in:

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works and expressions
Works and expressions
  • Naming the work
    • Multiple works by one creator
  • Differentiating works
where are the instructions
Where are the Instructions?
  • 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”
naming the work
“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
    • also 7XX for components of compilations
terminology related to works
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”
authorized access points for works 6 27 1 1 6 27 1 8
Authorized Access Points for Works (6.27.1.1 - 6.27.1.8)
  • How to put together the elements to construct an authorized access point
    • Preferred title is the basis
    • Authorized access point for the creatorprecedes the preferred title, as applicable
    • Additions to the preferred title as instructed under 6.27.1.9
  • Links back to the instructions on recording each of the specific elements
compilations and collaborations
Compilations and Collaborations
  • Important distinction
  • Determines how each is ‘identified’
  • Compilations
    • RDA 6.27.1.4
  • Collaborations
    • RDA 6.27.1.3

We will discuss compilations by one creator

how to decide
How to Decide?
  • Clues that you have a compilation:
    • 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
Multiple Works by One Creator
  • Must be treated as a compilation
    • i.e., there are no collaborators
  • Identified by
    • Creator
    • +
    • Preferred title
preferred title compilations of one person family cb 6 2 2 10
Preferred Title – Compilations ofOne Person/Family/CB(6.2.2.10)
  • Has compilation become known by a title?
    • Not usually (says LC)
    • 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
    • Other compilations of two or more (but not all) works in same form or different forms = add “Selections” to the conventional collective title
preferred title compilations of person family cb cont
Preferred Title – Compilations of Person/Family/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”
example compilation of 2 works by the same creator
AACR2: use the 1st work as the preferred title (but this misidentifies the compilation)Example: Compilation of 2Works by the Same Creator

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.

example cont 2 works by the same creator
RDA: apply thealternative to use a conventional collective titleExample (cont.)2 Works by the Same Creator

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

240 10 $a Plays. $k Selections

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

505 0# $a The Archbishop’s ceiling -- The

American clock.

70012 $iContains (work): $aMiller, Arthur, $d 1915-2005. $t Archbishop’s ceiling.

*700 12 $iContains (work):$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
Multiple Works by Multiple Creators -- Compilations vs. Collaborations
  • Compilation
    • Preferred title
    • Without a creator, because there is no single creator of the individual works
  • Collaboration
    • Creator (principal or first-named)
    • +
    • Preferred title
alternative titles or how do i name that work
Alternative titles, or, How do I name that work?
  • RDA 2.3.2.1: An alternative title is treated as part of the title proper.
  • Glossary definition: The second part of a title proper that consists of two parts (each of which has the form of an independent title), joined by a word such as “or” or its equivalent in another language.
  • RDA 6.2.2.4: Do not include an alternative title as part of the preferred title.

100 1_ Owens, Jo, $d 1961- $e author.

240 10 Add kids, stir briskly

245 10 Add kids, stir briskly, or, How I learned to love my life / $c Jo Owens.

246 30 How I learned to love my life

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What is the title proper of this manifestation?

Walking Ollie, or, Winning the love of a difficult dog

  • Any variant titles?

Winning the love of a difficult dog

Possibly also: Walking Ollie

  • What is the preferred title for the work?

Walking Ollie

  • The author’s AAP is: Foster, Stephen, $d 1962-

What would be the authorized access point for the work?

100 1_ Foster, Stephen, $d 1962- $t Walking Ollie

  • Fill in any MARC fields needed in an RDA bibliographic record:

100 1_ Foster, Stephen, $d 1962- $e author.

240 10 Walking Ollie

245 10 Walking Ollie, or, Winning the love of a difficult dog / $c Stephen Foster.

246 30 Winning the love of a difficult dog

246 30 Walking Ollie [probably not necessary]

additions to access points representing works
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
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)
  • An otherdistinguishing characteristic of the work (6.6)
  • no priority order
  • can give more than one if needed
pcc policy on differentiating works lc pcc ps 6 27 1 9
PCC Policy on Differentiating Works -- LC-PCC PS 6.27.1.9
  • Generally:
    • “catalog” = the file against which cataloging is being done; may also take into account any resource which is known
    • use the AAP whenever the resource is referred to in other AP’s (including subjects) or in notes citing relationships between resources
    • resolve the conflict by making an addition to the AAP in the bibliographic record being created; do not also modify the existing record; exceptions listed in the PS
    • do not predict a conflict
    • when a resource is republished or reproduced, the AAP for the original is used for any republication
pcc policy on differentiating works lc pcc ps 6 27 1 91
PCC Policy on Differentiating Works -- LC-PCC PS 6.27.1.9
  • “… with a parenthetical qualifier …”
  • Choice of qualifying term: Use judgment.
    • corporate body
    • date of publication
    • descriptive data elements, e.g., edition statement
    • place of publication
    • any word(s) that will serve to distinguish the works
    • more than one qualifier if needed

list not prescriptive, not in priority order

additions to access points examples
Additions to Access Points --Examples

Advocate (Boise, Idaho)

Advocate (Nairobi, Kenya)

Bulletin (New York State Museum : 1945)

Bulletin (New York State Museum : 1976)

use of two qualifiers

(corporate body and date)

distinguish with place

Dublin magazine (1762)

Dublin magazine (1965)

distinguish with date

additions to access points form of work 6 3
Additions to Access Points -- Form of Work (6.3)
  • CORE ELEMENT when needed to differentiate
  • “class or genre to which a work belongs”
  • Take from any source
  • No controlled vocabulary
  • Added after preferred title in parentheses

130 0# $a Chanson de Roland (Poem)

form of work
Form of Work

All that jazz (Motion picture)

Association for the Anthropological Study of Play (Series)

Cinderella (Computer file)

i-D (Magazine)

Rumpelstiltskin (Folk tale)

Loos, Anita, $d 1893-1981. $t Gentlemen prefer blondes (Play)

Dumas, Alexandre, $d 1824-1895. $t Dame aux camélias (Novel)

Card, Orson Scott. $t Ender's game (Graphic novel)

Berlin, Irving, $d 1888-1989. $t White Christmas (Motion picture music)

additions to access points date of work 6 4
Additions to Access Points -- Date of Work (6.4)
  • CORE ELEMENT when needed to differentiate
  • “earliest date associated with a work”
    • created, first published, or released
  • Take from any source
  • Year(s) alone
  • Added after preferred title in parentheses

110 2# $a Connecticut Commission on Children.

240 10 $a Annual report (2005)

date of work
Date of Work

Rembrandt Harmenszoon van Rijn, $d 1606-1669. $t Adoration of the shepherds (1631)

Illinois. $t Constitution (1970)

Dublin magazine (1762)

Dublin magazine (1965)

Infermental (Magazine :1980-1991)

Arthur (Motion picture : 2011)

American family (Television program : 2002)

Battlestar Galactica (Television program : 1978-1979)

Battlestar Galactica (Television program : 2003)

Battlestar Galactica (Television program : 2004-2009)

additions to access points place of origin of work 6 5
Additions to Access Points -- Place of Origin of Work (6.5)
  • CORE ELEMENT when needed to differentiate
  • “the country or other territorial jurisdiction from which a work originated”
  • Take from any source
  • In form prescribed in Chapter 16
  • Added after preferred title in parentheses

130 0# $a Renaissance history (Boston, Mass.)

245 10 $a Renaissance history : $b a re-

examination.

place of origin of work
Place of Origin of Work

Discover (Chicago, Ill.)

Western writers series (Carbondale, Ill.)

Western writers series (Seattle, Wash.)

Abacus (Elmwood, Hartford County, Conn.)

Monitor (Chicago, Ill. : 2002)

Antiques roadshow (Television program : Great Britain)

Antiques roadshow (Television program : U.S.)

OTT(Series)(Chicago, Ill.)

additions to access points other distinguishing characteristic 6 6
Additions to Access Points --Other Distinguishing Characteristic (6.6)
  • CORE ELEMENT when needed to differentiate
  • “a characteristic other than form of work, date of work, or place of origin of the work that serves to differentiate a work from another work or from the name of a person, family, or corporate body”
  • Take from any source
  • In established form (for corporate bodies)
  • Added after preferred title in parentheses
other distinguishing characteristic
Other Distinguishing Characteristic

Yale Western Americana series (Unnumbered)

Eyck, Jan van, 1390-1440. $t Saint Francis receiving the stigmata (Philadelphia Museum of Art)

Research paper (University of Chicago. Department of Geography)

Collector series (Cartoon Network (Television network))

Cooperative groundwater report (Illinois State Water Survey: 1981)

American family (Television program : AmericanLife TV Network)

Around the world in 80 days (Television program : 1989: NBC Television Network)

Harlow(Motion picture : 1965 : Douglas)

Harlow(Motion picture : 1965 : Segal)

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245 ?0 Constitutional law / $c edited by Joel Wm. Friedman.

264 _1 Austin, Texas : $b WoltersKluwer Law & Business ; $a New York : Aspen Publishers, $c [2007]

490 1_ Friedman’s practice series

650 _0 Constitutional law $z United States $v Examinations, questions, etc.

245 ?0 Constitutional law / $c edited by Ian Loveland.

264 _1 Aldershot, Hants, England ; $a Brookfield, Vermont : $b Ashgate/

Dartmouth, $c [2000]

490 1_ The international library of essays in law and legal theory. Second

series

650 _0 Constitutional law.

245 ?0 Constitutional law / $c edited by Mark V. Tushnet.

264 _1 New York, NY : $b New York University Press, $c 1992.

490 1_ The international library of essays in law and legal theory. Areas ; $v 9

500 "New York University Press reference collection."

650 _0 Constitutional law $z United States.

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130 0_ Constitutional law ( )

245 10 Constitutional law / $c edited by Joel Wm. Friedman.

Possibilities:(Examinations) (2007) (Austin, Tex.) (Friedman) (Friedman’s practice series)

130 0_ Constitutional law ( )

245 10 Constitutional law / $c edited by Ian Loveland.

Possibilities:(Essays : 2000) (Essays : Loveland) (2000) (Aldershot, England) (Loveland)

130 0_ Constitutional law ( )

245 10 Constitutional law / $c edited by Mark V. Tushnet.

Possibilities:(Essays : 1992) (Essays : Tushnet) (1992) (New York, N.Y.) (Tushnet)

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AACR2:245 04 The Bar Association of San Francisco : $b an illustrated history from 1872 to 1924 / $c editor, J.O. Denny.260 San Francisco : $b A. Wheeler, $c 1923.

RDA 6.27.1.9: Additions made to distinguish work from an access point for a person, corporate body, family, or place:

130 0_ Bar Association of San Francisco (History)245 14 The Bar Association of San Francisco : $b an

illustrated history from 1872 to 1924 / $c editor, J.O.

Denny.

or perhaps(1923) (Denny) (San Francisco, Calif.) (Illustrated history) (Arthur Wheeler)

exercise differentiating titles
Exercise: Differentiating Titles
  • Examine the information provided about the various works that all have the preferred title Biodiversity.
  • Determine the authorized access point for each work, making additions as needed to differentiate.
relationships
Relationships
  • Overview of relationships in RDA
  • Relationship designators
basics of relationships
Basics of relationships

1. Entities being related?

2. Types of relationships

entities being related
Entities being related

Relationships between:

  • Resources and associated persons, families, and corporate bodies (FRBR Group 1 - FRBR Group 2)
  • Resources (works, expressions,manifestations, items) (FRBR Group 1 - FRBR Group 1)
  • Persons, families, corporate bodies (FRBR Group 2 - FRBR Group 2)
relationships in rda
Relationships in RDA
  • Chapters 18-22, Appendix I
    • Resource and associated persons, families, corporate bodies
  • Chapters 24-28, Appendix J
    • Between resources (works, expressions, manifestations, items)
  • Chapters 29-32, Appendix K
    • Between persons, families, corporate bodies
relationship designators
Relationship designators

RDA appendices I, J, and K

Not CORE

Not closed lists

“If none of the terms listed in this appendix is appropriate or sufficiently specific, use another concise term to indicate the nature of the relationship.”

LC policy: decisions in some LC-PCC PS’s; otherwise, cataloger judgment to use

PCC Guidelines

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[Screen image from the RDA Toolkit (www.rdatoolkit.org) used by permission

of the Co-Publishers for RDA (American Library Association, Canadian Library

Association, and CILIP: Chartered Institute of Library and Information Professionals)]

pcc guidelines on relationship designators in bib records
PCC Guidelines on Relationship Designators in Bib Records
  • Include a relationship designator for all creators (whether 1XX or 7XX)
  • Highly encouraged to include Appendix I relationship designators for all access points whenever it is clear what the relationship is
  • Prefer terms from RDA appendices; propose new terms when needed; however, terms from other lists may also be used
pcc guidelines on relationship designators in bib records1
PCC Guidelines on Relationship Designators in Bib Records
  • Prefer a specific term to a more general one (e.g., librettist instead of author for the creator of a libretto)
  • May use RDA element name as a relationship designator if nothing else expresses the relationship, e.g.
    • creator
    • publisher
    • distributor
pcc guidelines on relationship designators in bib records2
PCC Guidelines on Relationship Designators in Bib Records
  • If nature of relationship cannot be ascertained even at a general level, don’t use a designator
  • Follow the definitions and FRBR level used in RDA for designators, e.g.
    • artist (work level designator for a creator)

vs.

    • illustrator (expression level designator for a contributor)
pcc guidelines on relationship designators in bib records3
PCC Guidelines on Relationship Designators in Bib Records
  • Preferably, use repeatable $e (or $j in 111/711) when entity has multiple roles; add the designators in WEMI order

100 1_ Sendak, Maurice, $e author, $e illustrator.

700 1_ Allen, Woody, $d 1935- $e screenwriter, $e film director, $e actor, $e composer (expression)

Note: no comma used when $e follows a hyphen

pcc guidelines on relationship designators in bib records4
PCC Guidelines on Relationship Designators in Bib Records
  • If necessary, multiple identical AAPs may be recorded instead

100 1_ Roethke, Theodore, $d 1908-1963, $e author.

700 1_ Roethke, Theodore, $d 1908-1963, $e former owner. $5 WaU

Relationship of author applicable universally; relationship of former owner only applicable to an item owned by UW Libraries

pcc guidelines on relationship designators in bib records5
PCC Guidelines on Relationship Designators in Bib Records
  • Do not include Appendix I designators in name/title access points tagged MARC 700-711 or 800-811, or in a name/title linking field tagged MARC 76X-78X

700 02 $iContains (work): $a Aristotle. $t Metaphysics.

700 02 $iContains (work): $a Aristotle, $e author. $t Metaphysics

not

Changes to Container of (work) in April 2014 Toolkit update

pcc guidelines on relationship designators in bib records6
PCC Guidelines on Relationship Designators in Bib Records
  • Use of relationship designators from Appendix J for resource-to-resource relationships is encouraged

700 1_ $i Parody of (work): $a Tolkien, J. R. R. $q (John Ronald Reuel), $d 1892-1973. $t Lord of the rings.

Work described in 245 field: Bored of the rings

LC-PCC PS for J.1: Give $i as first subfield, capitalize the first word in the designator, and end the subfield with a colon.

pcc guidelines on relationship designators in bib records7
PCC Guidelines on Relationship Designators in Bib Records
  • If MARC 7XX field being used has the subfield $i defined, provide a relationship designator even if the MARC field coding otherwise already expresses a relationship

700 12 $iContains (work): $a Diemer, Emma Lou. $t Toccatas, $m piano.

700 12 $i Contains (work): $a Zwilich, Ellen Taaffe, $d 1939- $t Lament.

700 12 $i Contains (work): $a Larsen, Libby. $t Mephisto rag.

which direction
Which direction?
  • Definitions in Appendix J describe what the designator points to, not what the record describes:

100 $a Author’s name, $e screenwriter.

245 $a Script for a TV show

730 $iScreenplay for the television program (work): $a TV show

Definition: A work that uses the text as a screenplay for a television program.

persons families bodies and resources
Persons/families/bodies and resources

Creators and others associated with works (ch. 19)

Contributors associated with expressions (ch. 20)

Manufacturers, publishers, distributors associated with manifestations (ch. 21)

Owners, annotators, autographers, etc. associated with items (ch. 22)

creator relationships
Creator relationships

Persons/families/bodies related to works

  • author
  • compiler
  • filmmaker
  • interviewer
  • programmer
  • and others … (RDA Appendix I)
creator relationships con t
Creator relationships (con’t)

LC-PCC PS 19.2 Creator

  • CORE element. If more than one creator, only first creator with principal responsibility is required. If principal responsibility not indicated, only first-named creator is required.
  • Other creator relationships are optional in RDA
  • PCC practice: after satisfying the core requirement may provide additional AAPs according to cataloger judgment
creator relationships in bibliographic records
Creator relationships in bibliographic records
  • Give as authorized access point in MARC 1XX field (and 7XX field if more than one creator or if “other” associated with work)in bibliographic record
  • Relationship designators from RDA appendix I.2 in subfield $e/$j of 1XX and 7XX field
    • Not a closed list
    • Do not include $e in name authority record
  • PCC Guidelines: include RD for all creators, whether coded 1XX or 7XX
example creator work relationship
Example Creator work relationship

110 2_ $a Society of Actuaries, $e author.

710 2_ $a American Academy of Actuaries,

$e author.

100 1_ $a Fleischer, Tsippi, $e composer.

110 1_ $a Israel, $e enacting jurisdiction.

example others associated with work core if element
Example Others associated with work - CORE if element

Others associated with works (19.3):

100 1_ Galilei, Galileo, $d 1564-1642, $e defendant.

710 2_ Geological Survey (U.S.), $e issuing body.

710 2_ Irgun ha-gananim be-Yiśraʼel, $e

sponsoring body.

700 1_ Fox, Eytan, $d 1964-$e film director.

700 1_ Chazan, Robert, $e honouree.

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contributor relationships
Contributor relationships

Persons/families/bodies related to expressions

Translators

Editors of compilations

Performers

Illustrators

Arrangers of music

Compilers

contributor relationships cont
Contributor relationships (cont.)
  • Not core in RDA
  • LC-PCC PS 20.2
    • CORE for LC: first illustrator of resources intended for children
    • If multiple illustrators are present, apply cataloger judgment to give more than the first
    • PCC practice: record contributors if considered important for identification
contributor relationships cont1
Contributor relationships (cont.)

Give as authorized access point in MARC 7XX fields in bibliographic record

Relationship designators from RDA appendix I.3 in subfield $e/$j of 7XX field

Not a closed list

Do not include $e in name authority record

example 1 contributor relationships
Example 1: Contributor relationships

100 1# $a Wood, Audrey, $e author.

245 14 $a The napping house / $c Audrey Wood

; illustrated by Don Wood.

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

Notes: 1) 2nd statement of responsibility is not core; also,

it isn’t needed to justify the 700 field.

2) LC policy: give $e illustrator

3) PCC policy: give any contributors considered important for identification

example 2 contributor relationships
Example 2: Contributor relationships

100 1# $a Lindgren, Astrid, $d 1907-2002,

$e author.

240 10 $a Pippi Långstrump. $l English

245 10 $a Pippi Longstocking / $c Astrid

Lindgren ; translated by Tiina Nunnally.

700 1# $aNunnally, Tiina, $d 1952- $e

translator.

Notes: 1) PCC: relationship designator for creators required

2) PCC: relationship designators for others highly

encouraged

3) 2nd statement of responsibility is not core; also,

it isn’t needed to justify the 700 field.

example 3 contributor relationships
Example 3: Contributor relationships

245 $a Favorite American music / $c performed

by the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra with

Marin Alsop conducting.

505 $a ...

710 $a Baltimore Symphony Orchestra, $e

performer.

700 $a Alsop, Marin, $e conductor.*

* Could have used the more general “$e performer” for Alsop.

creators contributors can be fictitious legendary and real or fictitious non humans
Creators/Contributors can be fictitious, legendary, and real or fictitious non-humans!
  • 9.0 Persons include persons named in religious works,
  • fictitious and legendary persons, and real or fictitious non-
  • human entities.
  • If a resource represents itself as having been created or
  • contributed to by any of these kinds of persons, then they
  • can be given access points (and name authority records).
  • Name authority records and subject access points may also
  • be created for persons who are only the subjects of works.
creators contributors can be fictitious legendary and real or fictitious non humans1
Creators/Contributors can be fictitious, legendary, and real or fictitious non-humans!
  • If an LCSH subject heading exists for one of these entities,
  • when the name authority is created, the subject is reported
  • for cancellation.
  • LCSH subject authorities for these persons are tagged 150
  • and coded as 650 in bibliographic records. RDA name
  • authorities are tagged as 100 and coded as 600 in
  • bibliographic records when used as a subject.
  • LC will undertake a project to cancel existing LCSH
  • authority records for these entities and establish them as
  • RDA name authorities, but only as resources permit.
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100 1_ $a Fletcher, Jessica, $e author.

245 10 $a Skating on thin ice : $b a Murder, she wrote mystery / $c a novel by Jessica Fletcher & Donald Bain.

700 1_ $a Bain, Donald, $d 1935- $e author.

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245 04 $a The flaming signal / $c William M. Pizor presents ; a Wm. Berke production ; directed by George Jeske and C. Edward Roberts ; screenplay and adaptation by C. Edward Roberts.

511 ## $a John David Horsley, Marceline Day, Carmelita Geraghty, Noah Beery, Henry B. Walthall, Mischa Auer, Flash.

508 ## $a Cinematographer, Irving Akers; editor, Laurence Creutz; music, Lee Zahler; story, William G. Steuer.

700 1_ $a Pizor, William M., $e film producer.

700 1_ $a Berke, Wm. $q (William), $d 1903-1958, $e film producer.

700 1_ $a Roberts, C. Edward $q (Charles Edward), $d 1894-1951, $e film director, $e screenwriter.

700 1_ $a Jeske, George, $d 1891-1951, $e film director.

700 1_ $a Horsley, John, $e actor.

700 1_ $a Day, Marceline, $e actor.

700 1_ $a Beery, Noah, $d 1882-1946, $e actor.

700 1_ $a Walthall, Henry B. $q (Henry Brazeale), $d 1878-1936, $e actor.

700 1_ $a Auer, Mischa, $d 1905-1967, $e actor.

700 0_ $a Flash $c (Dog), $e actor.

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245 00 $a Dear Socks, dear Buddy : $b kids' letters to the first pets / $c [compiled, with a foreword, by] Hillary Rodham Clinton.

520 1_ $a Letters written by children to the Clintons' White House pets ... Socks, a black-and-white cat; and Buddy, a Labrador retriever.

700 1_ $a Clinton, Hillary Rodham, $e editor, $e writer of supplementary textual content.

700 0_ $a Socks $c (Cat), $d 1989-2009, $e addressee.

700 0_ $a Buddy $c (Dog), $d 1997-2002, $e addressee.

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100 1_ $a Dalby, Andrew, $d 1947- $e author.

245 10 $a Venus : $b a biography / $c Andrew Dalby.

505 0_ $a The birth of Venus -- Marriage and adultery -- The children of Venus -- The story of Adonis -- The events on Mount Ida -- The fall of Troy and the origin of Rome -- The goddess of love.

600 00 $a Venus $c (Roman deity)

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130 0_ $a Oliver Twist (Motion picture : 2005)

245 10 $a Oliver Twist / $c Tristar Pictures and R.P. Productions present ; Oliver Twist Productions, LLP ; a Roman Polanski film ; screenplay, Ronald Harwood ; produced by Robert Benmussa, Alain Sarde, Roman Polanski ; directed by Roman Polanski.

600 00 $a Twist, Oliver $c (Fictitious character) $v Drama.

700 1_ $i Motion picture adaptation of (work): $a Dickens, Charles, $d 1812-1870. $t Oliver Twist.

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245 00 $a Keiko : $b the untold story / $c Joshua Records, LLC presents a film by Theresa Demarest ; produced and directed by Theresa Demerest.

520 $a Keiko (star of the film "Free Willy") journeys from captivity to release in his home waters of the North Atlantic. Footage includes his life in the wild with day-to-day accounts by his last two caretakers, Colin Baird and Thorbjorg (Tobba) ValdisKristjansdottir.

600 00 $a Keiko, $d approximately 1976- 2003.

relationships to manifestations
Relationships to manifestations

Persons/families/bodies related to manifestations (RDA 21.0, Appendix I.4)

Producers (of unpublished resources)

Publishers (e.g., broadcasters)

Manufacturers (e.g., engravers, printers)

Distributors (e.g., film distributor)

Other persons, families, or corporate bodies associated with a manifestation (e.g., book designers, platemakers, etc.)

Cataloger judgment whether to record in 7XX

relationships designators for persons families bodies associated with manifestations
Relationships designators for persons/families/bodies associated with manifestations
  • Relatively few terms are listed in Appendix I.4
  • The terms “producer,” “publisher,” “manufacturer,” “distributor” are separate elements -- not found in Appendix I.4
  • PCC Guidelines: Guideline 4
examples relationships to manifestations
Examples: Relationships to manifestations

264 #1 $a Bethesda : $b NIH, $c 2008.

710 2# $a National Institutes of Health (U.S.), $e broadcaster.

264 #1 $a St. Paul : $b West Publishing Company, $c 2011-

710 2# $a West Publishing Company, $e publisher.

PCC Guidelines: “Assign an RDA element name as a relationship designator, e.g., "creator" (19.2) or "publisher" (21.3) if it will most appropriately express the relationship.”

relationships to items
Relationships to items

Persons/families/bodies related to items (RDA 22.0, Appendix I.5)

Owners

Custodians

Curators

Binders

Inscribers

Cataloger judgment

examples relationships to items
Examples: Relationships to items

500 $a University Library's copy has

ms. notes by author on endpapers.

$5 IaH

700 1# $a Smiley, Jane, $e annotator.

541 $c Gift; $a John Jefferson; $d 2011.

$5 DLC

700 1# $a Jefferson, John, $e donor.

relationships between resources
Relationships between resources

Related works, expressions, manifestations, and items

Relationships in bibliographic and/or authority records:

Related works (ch. 25)

Related expressions (ch. 26)

Related manifestations (ch. 27)

Related items (ch. 28)

related works
Related works

RDA 25.1

Common work relationships:

Whole-part, e.g.,

Works in a compilation

Chapters in a book

Adaptations

Supplements

Sequential relationships (e.g., earlier and later serials)

related works1
Related works
  • LC-PCC PS 25.1 PCC practice:

Give complete contents note in 505 unless considered burdensome or contents are already in another part of the description (e.g., 245 when no collective title present)

For compilations: give analytical AAP for predominant or first work when it represents a substantial part of the resource. Optionally give additional AAPs for other works in the compilation according to cataloger judgment. Disregard prefaces, introductory chapters, etc. Generally, don’t give contents for poetry anthologies, conference proceedings, journals, collections of interviews/letters, chapters of multipart monographs cat as sets, etc.

example whole part work
Example: Whole-part work

Authorized access points for the works:

100 1# $a Shakespeare, William, $d 1564- 1616.

240 10 $a Plays. $k Selections

245 10 $a Hamlet ; $b King Lear / $c William Shakespeare.

*700 12 $iContains (work): $a Shakespeare, William, $d 1564-1616. $t Hamlet.

*700 12 $iContains (work): $a Shakespeare, William, $d 1564-1616. $t King Lear.

* Even though 2nd indicator in 700 indicates the relationship “Contains”, PCC practice is to also include the designator.

related expressions
Related expressions

RDA 26.1

Common expression relationships:

Whole-part (e.g., translations in a compilation)

Revisions

Editions

Translations

Language editions

Abridgements

related manifestations
Related manifestations

RDA 27.1

Common manifestation relationships:

Reproductions

Different formats for same expression (e.g., book vs. CD; book vs. PDF)

Special issues

Related manifestation is a core element for LC/PCC for reproductions

recording related manifestations
Recording related manifestations

Structured or unstructured description:

Linking entry fields: 775 or 776

5XX note

Not by an authorized access point

LC-PCC PS 27.1.1.3: use structured description

775 if carrier of reproduction is same as original

776 if carrier not same as original

Use “Reproduction of (manifestation)” unless a particular PCC program recommends otherwise

Use information as is from the record for the original (no need to upgrade)

recording related manifestations1
Recording related manifestations

LC-PCC PS 27.1.1.3: use structured description

For serials, give reciprocal relationship on the record for the original. Use “Reproduced as” unless a particular PCC program recommends otherwise

Generally do not give reciprocal relationship on originals for monographs and integrating resources

exercise relationship designators
Exercise: Relationship designators
  • Using the OCLC records provided, add relationship designators to all access points, as appropriate
  • Use Appendices I and J
    • Appendix J is abridged! Some pages have been omitted from your copy
revised editions of monographs
Revised editions of monographs
  • New expressions vs. new works?
  • Techniques for relating revised editions / new expressions
  • Revised editions: no change in title proper
  • Revised editions: change in title proper, and other situations

Revised editions of monographs

new work
New work
  • Creator the same and …
    • The new resource indicates a very different scope of content, coverage
      • May be indicated by a title change or other information
  • Example:
    • While based on a creator’s dissertation, the new work focuses much more narrowly or broadly

Revised editions of monographs

new work1
New work
  • New creator has replaced the old creator
    • 6.27.1.5: adaptation or revision of the previous work and is presented as the work of the adapter/reviser
    • Optionally, relate the works (RDA 25)
      • Unstructured description (500), Authorized access point (7XX name/title)
    • Optionally, use relationship designators applicable to works (Appendix J.2)
      • Hint: do not use relationship designator “revision of” because that is an expression relationship

Revised editions of monographs

new expression
New expression
  • Creator the same and …
    • No indication there has been a major shift in focus
    • Still presented as an edition of the original work (typically with one-up edition statements)

Revised editions of monographs

relating expressions
Relating expressions
  • The authorized access point for the work (e.g., uniform title) relate all the expressions of the same work
  • Optionally, give information on the previous expression using:
    • Unstructured description: 500 note
    • Structured description: 775 (“Revision of:”) – best not to use 780
    • Relationships do not have to be reciprocal

Revised editions of monographs

new expression no change in title proper
New expression : no change in title proper
  • Probably the most common situation; often indicated by new edition statements
  • Expressions ‘collocate’ by 100/245 or 245 -- no need for uniform title
    • LC not differentiating this type of expression with authorized access points

Revised editions of monographs

example no title change
Example : no title change

100 $a Harwood, Gregory W.

245 $a Giuseppe Verdi : $b a guide to research / $c Gregory Harwood.

260 $a New York : $b Garland Pub., $c 1998.

Original work

100 $a Harwood, Gregory W.

245 $a Giuseppe Verdi : $b a research and information guide / $c Gregory W. Harwood.

250 $a Second edition.

260 $a New York, NY ; $a Abingdon, Oxon : $b Routledge, $c 2012.

Revision

Revised editions of monographs

new expression title proper changes
New expression : title proper changes
  • Change in practice between AACR2 and RDA

Revised editions of monographs

new expression title proper changes1
New expression : title proper changes
  • AACR2
    • Do not use uniform title
    • Use ‘edition and history’ note
    • Make related work added entry to earlier expression

Revised editions of monographs

new expression title proper changes2
New expression : title proper changes
  • RDA– new practice
    • Use the title of the original work (or how it has become known) as the preferred title in 130 or 240
      • 6.27.1.5: If the work is presented simply as an edition of the previously existing work, treat it as an expression of that work and use the authorized access point for the original work
    • Transcribe title proper on the resource in 245
    • Edition statement and other elements will still identify expression differences

Revised editions of monographs

example
Example

100 $a Monson, Craig $q (Craig A.)

245 $a Disembodied voices : $b music and culture in an early modern Italian convent / $c Craig A. Monson.

260 $a Berkeley : $b University of California Press, $c 1995.

Original work

100 $a Monson, Craig $q (Craig A.)

240 $a Disembodied voices

245 $a Divas in the convent : $b nuns, music, and defiance in seventeenth-century Italy / $c Craig A. Monson.

260 $a Chicago ; $a London : $b University of Chicago Press, $c 2012.

500 $a Revision of the author’s Disembodied voices.

Revision

Revised editions of monographs

example1
Example:

245 $a Contemporary art and multicultural education / $c edited by Susan Cahan and Zoya Kucor.

260 $a New York : $b New Museum of Contemporary Art : $b Routledge, $c 1996.

Original work

130 $a Contemporary art and multicultural education

245 $a Rethinking Contemporary Art and Multicultural Education / $c The New Museum of Contemporary Art.

250 $a Fully revised second edition.

260 $a New York, NY : $b Routledge, $c 2011.

775 08 $i Revision of: $t Contemporary art and multicultural education $d New York : New Museum of Contemporary Art : Routledge, 1996 $w (DLC)95010979

Revision

Revised editions of monographs

new expression order of names different
New expression : order of names different
  • Collaborative work where the order of creator names changes between editions
    • 6.27.1.3: if there is no consistency in the order in which the persons are named in resources embodying the work or in reference sources, construct the authorized access point based on the first resource received

Revised editions of monographs

example2
Example

100 $a Burton, Larry W.

245 $a The language of argument / $c Larry W. Burton, Daniel McDonald.

250 $a First edition.

100 $a Burton, Larry W.

245 $a The language of argument / $c Daniel McDonald, Larry W. Burton.

250 $a Second edition.

Not treated as a new work; work still named by the creator in the original resource

Revised editions of monographs

new expression additional creator
New expression : additional creator
  • An additional creator is now added to the mix
    • Judgment as to whether a new expression or a new work
    • Look for other hints that may be useful, such as:
      • Sequentially numbered edition statements used
      • Preface, introduction statements

Revised editions of monographs

example3
Example

100 $a McLean, Andrew James.

245 $a Investing in real estate / $c Andrew James McLean.

100 $a McLean, Andrew James.

245 $a Investing in real estate / $c Andrew James McLean and Gary Eldred.

250 $a Second edition.

[co-authors also true for Second-Fifth editions]

Revised editions of monographs

but when original creator disappears
But …. When original creator disappears

100 $a Eldred, Gary.

245 $a Investing in real estate / $c Gary Eldred.

250 $a Sixth edition.

700 1# $iReplacement of (work): $a McLean, Andrew James. $t Investing in real estate.

Relating to the earlier work is optional, but very useful to the user to connect the works; use relationship designators from Appendix J.2.6

Revised editions of monographs

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Exercise

Reed Illustrated History of New Zealand

Matthew Wright

Illustrations from the Alexander Turnbull Library

2004

100 1_ $a Wright, Matthew, $d 1962- $e author.

245 10 $a Reed illustrated history of New Zealand / $c Matthew Wright ; illustrations from the Alexander Turnbull Library.

264 _1 $a Auckland : $b Reed, $c 2004.

300 $a 488 pages : $b illustrations, maps ; $c 29 cm

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Illustrated History of New Zealand

Matthew Wright

Illustrations from the Alexander Turnbull Library

2013

Spine title: Bateman Illustrated History of New Zealand

Title page verso: “An earlier edition of this book was published as The Reed Illustrated History of New Zealand, Reed NZ Ltd, Auckland 2004. This fully re-written and re-originated second edition with revised photographic selection published by David Bateman Ltd, 2013.”

Page 9: “Elements of this book were originally written in 2003 and published the following year as the Reed Illustrated History of New Zealand. This second edition offers a thoroughly revised text throughout, fully re-styled and completely rewritten and re-cast in many key places. I have also revised some of the picture selections, including the last chapter, which has been fully re-illustrated with twenty-first-century imagery. Although technically a second edition, the level of change renders this, in many ways, a new book.”

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Illustrated History of New Zealand

Matthew Wright

Illustrations from the Alexander Turnbull Library

2013

100 1_ $a Wright, Matthew, $d 1962- $e author.

240 10 $a

245 10 $a Illustrated history of New Zealand / $c Matthew Wright ; illustrations from the Alexander Turnbull Library.

246 18 $a Bateman illustrated history of New Zealand

264 _1 $a Auckland, New Zealand : $b David Bateman, $c 2013.

300 $a 488 pages : $b illustrations, maps ; $c 28 cm

700 1_ $a

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Illustrated History of New Zealand

Matthew Wright

Illustrations from the Alexander Turnbull Library

2013

100 1_ $a Wright, Matthew, $d 1962- $e author.

245 10 $a Illustrated history of New Zealand / $c Matthew Wright ; illustrations from the Alexander Turnbull Library.

246 18 $a Bateman illustrated history of New Zealand

264 _1 $a Auckland, New Zealand : $b David Bateman, $c 2013.

300 $a 488 pages : $b illustrations, maps ; $c 28 cm

700 1_ $i Replacement of (work): $a Wright, Matthew, $d 1962- $t Reed illustrated history of New Zealand.

original cataloging exercises
Original cataloging exercises
  • Groups of 4-5 people
  • Each group has a different example
  • Surrogates + authority records