By Robert L. Maxwell
During this textual content, authority paintings is damaged all the way down to its most simple parts that you can hint and persist with the guidance of an entire authority checklist. worthwhile illustrations establish the major features of fine authority documents, universal acronyms are outlined, and cross-references all through strengthen fabric. step by step, you will the best way to: shape and list uniform entry issues; hold thorough and exact documents; proportion details in an atmosphere of foreign databases and cooperative cataloguing.
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Evidence for preferred or “commonly known” usage of the name is found in 245 fields of bibliographic records, which represent, at least in AACR2 records, a transcription of the chief source. Under AACR2 this is considered prima facie evidence of the commonly known form. Other transcribed fields (such as “at head of title” notes and quoted notes) may also be taken into account. Catalog forms found in access points may not be used as evidence of usage, but these are also examined for other information that might be used as additions to the name, such as fuller forms and dates.
This library does not, however, use 7XX fields to link the records but uses a locally developed system of 9XX fields (see examples VI and VII on p. 76 of the article). 18. There are a few other associated fields that are also fixed in length. These include the “directory” and the 001, 003, and 005 fields. They are all computer generated, requiring no input by the cataloger, and so will not be discussed here. ” 19. ” Nevertheless, under LC/NACO guidelines, most name records are coded “n” in this position.
Because names can nearly always be used as subject headings, this should normally be coded “a” (“appropriate”) on name authority records. In the few cases where a name heading cannot be used as a subject, the position is coded “b” (for discussion of names that cannot be used as subjects, see chapter 10 under “Latest Entry”). All subject authority records are coded “a” in this position. ” 008/16 Heading use—series added entry. Position 008/16 identifies the heading as appropriate (or not) for use in a series added entry (in a bibliographic 440 or 8XX field).
Maxwell's Guide to Authority Work (Ala Editions) by Robert L. Maxwell