Practical Cataloguing: AACR, RDA and MARC21

Practical Cataloguing: AACR, RDA and MARC21

by Anne Welsh, Sue Batley

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ISBN-13: 9781555707439
Publisher: Neal-Schuman Publishers, Incorporated
Publication date: 03/28/2012
Edition description: New Edition
Pages: 217

Table of Contents

Acknowledgements xi

Preface xiii

1 Catalogues and cataloguing standards 1

Ranganathan 2

Cutter 3

Lubetzky 4

The Paris Principles, ISBD, AACR, RDA 5

2 The FRBRization of the catalogue 7

Relationships at the heart of the catalogue 8

Works, expressions, manifestations and items 10

Relationships to people 11

3 Bibliographic elements 17

Format first 17

Identifying the bibliographic elements 20

Title and statement of responsibility 21

Edition area 30

Publication area 33

Date of publication 37

Punctuating the publication, distribution, etc. area 41

Physical description area 42

Series area 45

Note area 46

Standard number and terms of availability 48

Conclusion 48

4 Access points and headings 49

What are access points and why do we need them? 49

'Every reader his book' 50

Defining the author 51

Defining the title 51

Access points in the modern catalogue 52

Name authority control 61

Headings for corporate bodies 72

Titles 75

Multipart works and series 80

5 RDA: resource description and access 83

Timeline to change 83

Changes 84

The development of RDA and its principles 87

FRBR as the foundation of RDA 90

Relationships between entity groups 94

FRBRizing the catalogue 101

Practical cataloguing today 103

6 AACR and RDA 105

Introduction 105

Title proper 106

Statement of responsibility relating to title 110

Media type 119

Illustrative content 125

Creator 127

Related work 128

Conclusion 129

7 MARC 21 131

What is MARC 21? 131

Catalogue format, not cataloguing code 132

The structure of a MARC record 132

Main entries and added entries revisited 133

Punctuation 134

Common MARC 21 fields 135

The impact of RDA 156

8 Practical cataloguing: bringing it all together 159

Key activities for cataloguing managers 162

Key activities for cataloguers 164

Key activities for the beginning cataloguer 165

9 The birth of RDA and the death of MARC? 167

Testing resource description and access: final recommendations 167

'MARC must die' 170

10 Examples 173

Sample records for J.H. Bowman. Essential cataloguing. London: Facet Publishing, 2007 174

Sample records for Derek Adams. Unconcerned but not indifferent. Colchester: Ninth Arrondissement, 2006 177

Sample records for Pascale Petit. The wounded deer. Huddersfield: Smith Doorstop, 2005 181

Sample records for Jasmine Ann Cooray. Everything we don't say. London: Tall Lighthouse, 2009 186

Sample records for Joanna Ezekiel. Centuries of skin. Snitterfield: Ragged Raven, 2010 189

Sample records for Henry Charles Moore. Noble deeds of the world's heroines. London: Religious Tract Society, 1903 192

Sample records for W. Carew Hazlitt (ed.). The essays of Michel de Montaigne. London: George Bell & Sons, 1892 194

Sample records for David Pearson. Provenance research in book history: a handbook. London: British Library, 1998 197

Sample records for John H. Ingram. The poetical works of Elizabeth Barrett Browning, from 1862 to 1844. London: Griffith, Farran, Okeden & Welsh, [18--] 200

Sample records for The Library of Babel, in and out of place, 25 February - 13 June 2010. London: Zabludowicz, 2010 202

References 207

Index 213

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