LC RDA Implementation of Relationship Designators in Bibliographic Records

RDA RELATIONSHIP DESIGNATORS

LC RDA Implementation of Relationship Designators in Bibliographic Records

http://resourcedescriptionandaccess.blogspot.com/2015/07/lc-rda-implementation-of-relationship.html

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Read this RDA Blog post to know about the Library of Congress Implementation of Resource Description and Access Relationship Designators in Bibliographic Records with MARC 21 RDA Cataloging Examples, Guidelines, and Best Practices.

Contents:

Key points

Application for Monographs, Serials and Integrating Resources

Best Practices

Sources for Relationship Designators

Specificity

RDA Element Name as Relationship Designator

Unclear Relationship

Adding a Relationship Designator to Existing Terms and/or Codes

Applying Relationship Designators in Accordance with their Definitions

Access Point and Relationship Designator for an Entity Not Named in a Resource

Guidelines for Appendix I Relationship Designators

Relationship Designators for All Access Points

More than One Relationship Designator Appropriate

Relationship Designators for Families and Corporate Bodies

Relationship Designators and Name/Title Access Points in 7XX

Guidelines for Appendix J Relationship Designators

Relationship Designators for Resource-to-Resource Relationships

Relationship Designator Implied by MARC 7XX Content Designation

Multiple Relationships

Reciprocal Relationships for Sequential Works and/or Expressions

Relationship Designator for Related Resource when MARC 130 or 240 is Present

Unknown or Uncertain Relationship in a Resource

Related Resource with Same Principally Responsible Creator

Unstructured Descriptions

Punctuation and Capitalization

Designators that Follow Authorized Access Points

Designators that Precede Authorized Access Points or Appear at the Beginning of a Field

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